Fig. 1 Schematic to my home built test board minus I/O resistors.
PICAXE 18M2 Micorcontroller Operates TLC548 Serial ADC
Here we will read the analog-to-digital values from a TLC548 ADC with PICAXE and display those values on the terminal. The second program is a variation of Analog-to-Digital Conversion with the PICAXE demo except we use an external ADC and not the internal units.
Fig. 2 shows the electrical connections between the PICAXE 18M2 and Ad5220. C.0 is electrical pin 17 and C.1 is electrical pin 18 on the PICAXE chip.
Fig 3 PICAXE 18M2.
#rem TLC548 8-bit ADC demo Program will read value from TLC548 and display on terminal. Pins on the TLC548: 1 -> Ref + -> connect to Vcc 2 -> analog in 3 -> Ref - -> connect to GND 4 -> GND 5 -> CS-NOT -> chip select active LOW 6 -> DATA OUT 7 -> CLK 8 -> Vcc Page references pertain to PICAXE Manual 2 Basic Commands #endrem #picaxe 18M2 ; type chip used #terminal 4800 ;set baud rate serial terminal and open setfreq m4 ; set internal resonator to 4mHz p. 221 symbol Data_In = pinC.0 symbol CLK = C.1 symbol CS = C.2 ; CS connected to ground. symbol val = b0 symbol temp = b1 symbol i = b2 symbol j = b3 HIGH CS LOW CLK main: LOW CS for i = 1 to 8 HIGH CLK pause 1 if Data_in = 1 then gosub OR1 if Data_in = 0 then gosub OR0 LOW CLK next i HIGH CS ; convert val to three ASCII char p. 36 bintoascii val,b6,b7,b8 ; send char to terminal followed by LF-CR p. 210 sertxd(b6,b7,b8,13,10) ; 13,10 -> LF-CR pause 200 goto main OR1: ;bitwise OR 0x01 shift one place left val = val | %00000001 * 2 return OR0: ;bitwise OR 0x00 shift one place left val = val * 2 return
Connect the three LEDs as shown.
In the code below three LEDs (with 220 ohm dropping resistors) are connected in the "sink" configuration shown above. The program examines the value returned form the ADC and lights the corresponding LED based on that number. Refer to Analog-to-Digital Conversion with the PICAXE.
symbol LED1 = C.2 ; to electrical pin 1 symbol LED2 = C.7 ; to electrical pin 16 symbol LED3 = C.6 ; to electrical pin 15 symbol Data_In = pinC.0 symbol CLK = C.1 symbol CS = C.2 ; CS connected to ground. symbol val = b0 symbol temp = b1 symbol i = b2 symbol j = b3 HIGH CS LOW CLK main: ; start program LOW CS for i = 1 to 8 HIGH CLK pause 1 if Data_in = 1 then gosub OR1 if Data_in = 0 then gosub OR0 LOW CLK next i HIGH CS if val > 120 then top ; jump to label top if true if val > 70 AND val < 120 then middle ; jump to label middle if true if val < 70 then bottom ; jump to label bottom if true goto main ;jump back to the start top: ; label HIGH LED1 LOW LED2 LOW LED3 goto main ; done jump back to start middle: ; label LOW LED1 HIGH LED2 LOW LED3 goto main ; done jump back to start bottom: ; label LOW LED1 LOW LED2 HIGH LED3 goto main ; done jump back to start OR1: ;bitwise OR 0x01 shift one place left val = val | %00000001 * 2 return OR0: ;bitwise OR 0x00 shift one place left val = val * 2 return
Picaxe Micro-controller Projects!
The PICAXE series of micro-controllers rank as the easiest and most cost effective way to use Microchip processors. I wanted an easier and less expensive way to introduce my students to the "PIC" micro-controller. Here I hope to get those starting out past poorly written literature and lack of simple working code examples.
- Solar Panel Charge Controller Using PICAXE Microcontroller
- Exploring the PICAXE Micro-Controller
- Understanding Micro-Controller Input/Output Ports
- Using the 74HC165 Shift Register with the PICAXE Micro-Controller
- Connecting the 74HC595 Shift Register to PICAXE Micro-controller
- Using 7-Segment Displays with the PICAXE Micro-Controller
- Potentiometers and Analog-to-Digital Conversion with the PICAXE
- Pulse-Width Modulation Motor Speed Control and the PICAXE Micro-Controller
- Connecting the PICAXE to the DS1307 Real Time Clock
- Connecting the PICAXE to an External EEPROM (24LC08)
- Connecting a Servo to a PICAXE
- Connecting the TLC548 to the PICAXE
- Connecting the Ad5220 Digital Potentiometer to the PICAXE
- Gen. Electronics
- My YouTube Channel
- Raspberry Pi & Linux
- Arduino Projects
- PIC18F2550 in C++
- PIC16F628A in Assembly
- PICAXE Projects
- Web Master
- Bristol VA/TN
- US Constitution
- Religious Themes 1
- Religious Themes 2