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articles create an article electronics general electronics product announcements product reviews pic micrcontroller related mcu programming swordfish compiler proton basic mplab assembly mplab c18 amicus18 mplab c30 general programming pc software community blog site related site announcements article guides site information projects share your project community projects forum index recent topics search site tools create / edit article resource links docman my details member list newsletters contact admin search feedback display bezel idea details published: tuesday, 28 march 2017 written by jon chandler tweet one of the issues to be solved in developing the wake turbulence timers was bezels for the red and yellow 3 digit 7-segment led displays. the old-school traditional type clamped to the panel and provided long 4-40 threaded rods to support the printed circuit board in the proper position. there are two problems with these - they only have red filters and they are over twenty bucks a piece! read more: display bezel idea discuss this article in the forums (10 replies). isolated usb interface using the ch340g uart-usb chip details published: saturday, 24 december 2016 written by jon chandler tweet the monitor i've mentioned will be used to monitor faults in a piece of faa equipment. it has morphed from the initial concept of just providing some indicator lights to being a data logger to aid in determining the root cause of a failure. the original concept was to "play back" the sequence of faults recorded on the board's leds; this expanded to having a usb interface to read out data serially. in the past, i have observed problems when interfacing to installed equipment - most often grounds being at different potentials. this can result in sparks, tripped circuit breakers and damaged equipment. in this case, dealing with aircraft navigational equipment, i opted for an abundance of caution. an isolated usb interface would protect both the computer connected to the data logger and the monitored equipment. ftdi is the common choice for usb-uart chips but they have been plauged by fake chips and controversy with drivers being revised to not work with fake chips or to even destroy them. not a good way to keep people happy. for this design, i opted to use the chinese ch340g usb-uart chip. it's cheap and popular (since many arduino clones are using it) and the driver is readily available. dreamcity innovations have worked up a data sheet for this chip since the original is in chinese. my isolated usb interface design is based on an example in the dreamcity data sheet, with slight changes. their schematic shows an inverter on the microcontroller transmit line, lists the part number of a buffer with the note "... but helpful when the input pins cannot source too many current." the pic 18fs that i work with can source many current (25ma), so this addition was unnecessary. the resulting circuit is pretty simple and having it optically isolated didn't add much complication. the schematic is shown below. the ch340g is in a 16 pin soic package so it's pretty easy to handle. i can't say the same thing about the micro-b usb connector! the pins are extremely fine-pitched but the connector i used isn't too difficult to work with - it actually fits in a cutout in the circuit board so the tends to be aelf-aligning to the pins. read more: isolated usb interface using the ch340g uart-usb chip discuss this article in the forums (0 replies). building tools to aid development details published: friday, 23 december 2016 written by jon chandler tweet for development and testing of the fault monitor i'm working on, i need to simulate 8 0v/5v signals. i used the pickit 2 logic tool for some simple testing and i could have used jumpers to kludge something together but there will be a lot of testing as i get all the features together, so something a little more user friendly and robust was in order. one way i could have done this was to use a 8 bit dip switch, but fiddling around with the tiny levers is kind of a pain in the butt. i decided the best solution was to build a switchbox with toggle switches that can quickly be set to desired patterns. i had a handful of mini toggle switches purchased long ago on ebay that are of a quality such that i don't want to use them anyplace where i'm depending on the switch to work, so that was a starting point. my data lines are pulled high by 10k resistors, so i could just use a spst toggle switch to short each data line to ground. nothing too complex to hand wire. close at hand was an enclosure i had ordered from itead for $5. this stylish box was overkill for this project but it worked well. i have some measurements for a circuit board which i'll include at the end of the article. read more: building tools to aid development discuss this article in the forums (0 replies). pickit 2 logic tool trap details published: monday, 19 december 2016 written by jon chandler tweet the pickit 2 logic tool/analyzer is a handy tool to have around, especially since the price is right! the analyzer mode can show the timing of signals, and the logic tool can be used to monitor the output status of a few bits or to exercize a few inputs. the logic analyzer and uart tool are reasons why i don't upgrade to the pickit 3. i'm working on a simple monitor that will record and display the status of 8 test points. in the piece of machinery being monitored, a number of conditions can lead to shutdown, but the only indication a technician troubleshooting the issue is that one or more of these conditions caused the shutdown but not which particular faults occured. a couple of the fault conditions are temperature-related, so a technician arriving some time after a shutdown has occurred has little to go on for troubleshooting. the monitor i am building will show what faults have occured, and the sequence in which they occurred. it should be a powerful tool for the technicians. i need to simulate the fault conditions to develop the software. as i get it refined, i'll need to generate 8 signals, but for the initial work, simulating a few inputs will be sufficient. i am using port b of the 18f26k22 to monitor the eight signals. rb6 and rb7 are the iscp programming pins, but there won't be a programmer connected in the field. using the pickit 2, i can easily exercise rb6 and rb7 without making any changes in connections. it's pretty slick. read more: pickit 2 logic tool trap discuss this article in the forums (1 replies). using openbeam extrusion to create a custom enclosure details published: monday, 22 august 2016 written by jon chandler tweet the faa recently asked me to come up with a solution for mounting one of my wake turbulence timers at a location with a metal console panel; they didn't want to cut a hole through the panel but preferred a surface-mount solution instead. one hard requirement was that it use a standard timer with no modifications in case the timer had to be replaced at some time in the future. t-slots and tabs i have used t-slots in laser-cut acrylic before to make a stand-alone enclosure for use in a training center but i'm not sure that approach will stand up to day-to-day use and abuse past the point where i no longer care. the technique is handy for some applications but perhaps not a heavy-duty industrial application. apparently i haven't posted about the t-slot method here before, so i'll touch on it lightly. in a t-slot joint, one panel has tabs that fit into slots on the mating panel, and a t-slot that's (typically) sized to fit a 3mm nut across the flats. a screw goes through the mating panel into the nut and is tightened to hold the joint secure. read more: using openbeam extrusion to create a custom enclosure discuss this article in the forums (3 replies). more articles ... octopart - a handy site to know found enclosures - using what's available piezo beeper volume control - sometimes projects aren't easy acrylic materials for panels laser cutting and engraving may be closer than you think startprev12345678910nextend forum activity pi zero wifi / stm32f103cbt6 project node servers (4 posts) last post by hop 4 days 1 hour ago 18f25k20 overview (2 posts) last post by gabithompson730 1 week 15 hours ago amicus "open design"? 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