PICAXE-18M2 Controls TA8050P H-Bridge Motor Control
PICAXE-18M2 connected to TA8050P H-Bridge Motor Control

My You-Tube Electronics Videos

by Lewis Loflin

See Live Linux Distro for Python and webpage Live Linux for Electronics

This is a list of YouTube that are associated with the electronics projects pages of this website. This includes everything from basic theory to advanced micro-controllers such as Arduino, Microchip PIC, Raspberry Pi, and a PC printer port. While the Arduino related form most of the collection they include how to connect and Arduino to say a printer port on a PC for electronic data acquisition and external control.

In most cases what works on one system can cross to another. The Linux related material can be used both with a PC or the Raspberry Pi which itself is a small Linux based computer. By staying with a high-level programming language such as Python the programs can be easily modified to work on each other - some need no modification at all.

YouTube Videos:
MCP4725 12-Bit DAC Interface to Raspberry Pi
ADS1115 4-Channel ADC Uses I2C with Raspberry Pi
Interface I2C LCD to Raspberry Pi in C
Pulse-Width-Modulation with Raspberry Pi
Using Geany Text editor C Programming
Raspberry Pi Blink Demo
MAX6675 Raspberry Pi Demo

Recent YouTube Videos:
MCP4725 12-Bit DAC Interface to Raspberry Pi
ADS1115 4-Channel ADC Uses I2C with Raspberry Pi
Interface I2C LCD to Raspberry Pi in C
Pulse-Width-Modulation with Raspberry Pi
Using Geany Text editor C Programming
Raspberry Pi Blink Demo
MAX6675 Raspberry Pi Demo

Both the Arduino and Microchip PIC18F2550 are programmed in a type of C while the PIC16F628 is programmed in assembly. PICAXE is programmed in a type of proprietary basic. Most of the micro-controller videos relate to Arduino which is the most popular.

My YouTube Channel


Arduino

Arduino Projects Main Page

Videos:
Introduction to the Arduino Microcontroller
Part 1: Programming Arduino Output
Part 2: Programming Arduino Input
Part 3: Arduino Analog to Digital Conversion
Part 4: Using Arduino Pulse-Width-Modulation
Arduino DC-AC Power Inverter
Testing the Keyes IR Sensor Module with Arduino
PCA9555 32-Bit GPIO Expander with Arduino
Repost Arduino AC Power Control

Arduino with a DHT11 and DS18B20 Temperature Sensors
Arduino with the HEDS-9000 Rotary Encoder
Arduino RTC Clock with MAX7219 8-Digit LED Display

Using Easy Driver Microstepper with L298N and Arduino
Easy Driver with Arduino and Unipolar Stepper Motor
Arduino Stepper Motor Control
MC3479 stepper motor controller with Arduino Pt 1
MC3479 Stepper motor controller with Arduino Pt. 2

Using a SN74164 Serial Shift Register with a LCD Display and Arduino
74C164 shift register with Microchip PIC Part 1
74C164 shift register with Arduino Part 2

Related Stepper motor Pages:

Raspberry Pi

Raspberry Pi Main Page

Videos:
Raspberry Pi, Arduino, and Learning Linux
Raspberry PI Arduino Advanced Interface
Tkinter with Raspberry Pi and PCF8591 AD-DA Sensor

Printer Port, Linux, Python

Printer Port Projects Main Page

Videos:
Connect Electronics to PC printer Port with Python
Setup PC Printer Port with Python-Linux
Use PC Printer Port to Read Analog Voltage


Read-Write Arduino ADC PWN with Printer Port
Printer Port to Serial LCD Display
Connect Arduino to PC Printer Port for advanced control

Linux Videos

Live Linux Distro for Using Printer Port with Electronics
Using the powerful Rox-Filer system in Linux
Use FEH under Linux for a Wallpaper Setter
How to create Symbolic links in Linux

Microchip PIC

Videos:
Home Built PIC Development Board
PIC16F628 PIC Using Rotary Encoder to Operate Stepper Motor
Using a Serial ADC with PIC16F628
Calculating Pulse-Width Modulation with a PIC


MAX7219 display controller with 8X8 LED Matrix
Programming the MAX7219 7-segment display with a PIC18F2550
Connecting PIC18F2550 to parallel LCD display

Misc.

Portable Power Box
Load Lamp for Safe Electrical Testing
DC Motor Control with PICAXE
Xenon Flashtubes
12AV6 Vacuum Tube Radio with LM386 Power Amplifier
Home Built Camper

Basic Electronics

Basic Hall Effect Sensors
Using a Hall Switch and JK Flip-Flop to build a Magnetic Latch
Thermal Couple Amplifier Operation

Basic Electronic Power Supplies Part 1
Basic Electronic Power Supplies Part 2
Build a low voltage DC power supply Part 3

AC Power Lab on Series Circuits Part 1
AC Power Lab on Series Circuits Part 2

 


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