lcd temprature controlled baseb

Started by sahils88 June 27, 2009
plz send me the circut diag. of lcd temp contolled based project.using avr ATMEL ATmega16 contoller.i also wanna display the timming and temp on the lcd.plz suuggest me the rtc recquired for it.

I got this
http://www.futurlec.com.au/ATMegaControlBoard.jsp

ATmeg32 you also get software to download the program

You will also have to get
. DS1307 Real Time Clock: (there is a IC soket for it on the board)
. In-Circuit Program Downloader

If you use some other board they have a Real Time Clock (RTC) boards
http://www.futurlec.com.au/Mini_DS1307.jsp

They also have another web site
http://www.futurlec.com/ATMegaControlBoard_Technical.shtml
I am not sure what else is available out there, (closer to ATmega16)
I thought this clock would be neat it displays date & time on a standard 6
digit clock
http://www.dubdubdub.net.nz/clock/
sorry I can not do the 7-segment font

>From Eric

----- Original Message -----
From: sahils88
To:
Sent: Sunday, June 28, 2009 3:59 AM
Subject: [AVR club] lcd temprature controlled baseb
plz send me the circut diag. of lcd temp contolled based project.using avr
ATMEL ATmega16 contoller.i also wanna display the timming and temp on the
lcd.plz suuggest me the rtc recquired for it.

Hi Sahil

This is a simple event scheduler that I build. It has a RTC (1302), NTC 10K temperature sensor. The NTC is uncalibrated now and showing the adc value of 528. I need to work on it
to read in degree C should not be more half a days job.

The clock time setting and relay on/off time can be fully controlled through the four push buttons in front while reading the LCD. (Please read the Date, it is fresh from oven).

I am working on a simple tutorial on migrating from C to winavr and thefunctions for this project.

I have coded using winAVR and on ATMEGA328P bootboard. The Board has on board bootloader which communicates with AVRStudio4 for flash and eeprom downloading/uploading. The advantage is that I have running RS232 all the time and can make use of ISP pins as I/O. The date and time can also be set through PC Terminal (rs232).

My simple advice on project of this scale.

1) All informationsare available in datasheets. Believe me if you were to program this on your own you will have to read the datasheet over and over again many times like me.As far as I remember I have not posted a single technical question ever on any forum but yes have replied to many. But I agree that I am doing it for hobby(with > 10 yearsuP programming)and some of you must be doing it for your tight time schedule project. But still instead of getting ready madesolution it is more fun to program it yourself and believe me sometime it isfaster.

2) As many have said before do it a small step at a time. Just send string of "Hello" on RS232, just show one A at the corner of LCD panel, just get the changing second for DS1302 never mind even if it is still in 1999 this would have crossed the main hurdles that is the communication would have been establishedwith the device.

3) If you are using winAVR or any C, do not underestimate the power of modular programming and pointers.

The maincomponents that I have used

1) LCD JHD 162A
2) RTC 1302
3) AVR ATMEGA328P bootboard
4) NTC 10K

I hope above can help you a little in your project.

Thanks

Sharma






--- On Sun, 6/28/09, Eric wrote:
From: Eric
Subject: Re: [AVR club] lcd temprature controlled baseb
To: a...
Date: Sunday, June 28, 2009, 5:59 AM

I got this

http://www.futurlec .com.au/ATMegaCo ntrolBoard. jsp

ATmeg32 you also get software to download the program

You will also have to get
. DS1307 Real Time Clock: (there is a IC soket for it on the board)
. In-Circuit Program Downloader

If you use some other board they have a Real Time Clock (RTC) boards
http://www.futurlec .com.au/Mini_ DS1307.jsp

They also have another web site
http://www.futurlec .com/ATMegaContr olBoard_Technica l.shtml

I am not sure what else is available out there, (closer to ATmega16)
I thought this clock would be neat it displays date & time on a standard 6
digit clock
http://www.dubdubdu b.net.nz/ clock/
sorry I can not do the 7-segment font

>From Eric

----- Original Message -----
From: sahils88
To:
Sent: Sunday, June 28, 2009 3:59 AM
Subject: [AVR club] lcd temprature controlled baseb

plz send me the circut diag. of lcd temp contolled based project.using avr
ATMEL ATmega16 contoller.i also wanna display the timming and temp on the
lcd.plz suuggest me the rtc recquired for it.

------------ --------- --------- ------
you might also like to look at the LM35 datasheet
LM35 Precision Centigrade Temperature Sensors

----- Original Message -----
From: Neena Sharma
To:
Sent: Sunday, June 28, 2009 1:18 PM
Subject: Re: [AVR club] lcd temprature controlled baseb
Hi Sahil

This is a simple event scheduler that I build. It has a RTC (1302), NTC 10K
temperature sensor. The NTC is uncalibrated now and showing the adc value of
528. I need to work on it
to read in degree C should not be more half a days job.

The clock time setting and relay on/off time can be fully controlled through
the four push buttons in front while reading the LCD. (Please read the Date,
it is fresh from oven).

I am working on a simple tutorial on migrating from C to winavr and the
functions for this project.

I have coded using winAVR and on ATMEGA328P bootboard. The Board has on
board bootloader which communicates with AVRStudio4 for flash and eeprom
downloading/uploading. The advantage is that I have running RS232 all the
time and can make use of ISP pins as I/O. The date and time can also be set
through PC Terminal (rs232).

My simple advice on project of this scale.

1) All informations are available in datasheets. Believe me if you were to
program this on your own you will have to read the datasheet over and over
again many times like me.As far as I remember I have not posted a single
technical question ever on any forum but yes have replied to many. But I
agree that I am doing it for hobby(with > 10 years uP programming) and some
of you must be doing it for your tight time schedule project. But still
instead of getting ready made solution it is more fun to program it yourself
and believe me sometime it is faster.

2) As many have said before do it a small step at a time. Just send string
of "Hello" on RS232, just show one A at the corner of LCD panel, just get
the changing second for DS1302 never mind even if it is still in 1999 this
would have crossed the main hurdles that is the communication would have
been established with the device.

3) If you are using winAVR or any C, do not underestimate the power of
modular programming and pointers.

The main components that I have used

1) LCD JHD 162A
2) RTC 1302
3) AVR ATMEGA328P bootboard
4) NTC 10K

I hope above can help you a little in your project.

Thanks

Sharma

--- On Sun, 6/28/09, Eric wrote:
From: Eric
Subject: Re: [AVR club] lcd temprature controlled baseb
To: a...
Date: Sunday, June 28, 2009, 5:59 AM

I got this

http://www.futurlec .com.au/ATMegaCo ntrolBoard. jsp

ATmeg32 you also get software to download the program

You will also have to get
. DS1307 Real Time Clock: (there is a IC soket for it on the board)
. In-Circuit Program Downloader

If you use some other board they have a Real Time Clock (RTC) boards
http://www.futurlec .com.au/Mini_ DS1307.jsp

They also have another web site
http://www.futurlec .com/ATMegaContr olBoard_Technica l.shtml

I am not sure what else is available out there, (closer to ATmega16)
I thought this clock would be neat it displays date & time on a standard 6
digit clock
http://www.dubdubdu b.net.nz/ clock/
sorry I can not do the 7-segment font

>From Eric

----- Original Message -----
From: sahils88
To:
Sent: Sunday, June 28, 2009 3:59 AM
Subject: [AVR club] lcd temprature controlled baseb

plz send me the circut diag. of lcd temp contolled based project.using avr
ATMEL ATmega16 contoller.i also wanna display the timming and temp on the
lcd.plz suuggest me the rtc recquired for it.

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Dallas Semiconductor has a DS1820 which is a temperature sensor with an accuracy of +/- 0.5C. It uses a 2-Wire interface. CodeVisionAVR (cvAVR),
http://www.hpinfotech.ro/html/download.htm
evaluation version has a demo program that uses the DS1820 to measure the temp and displays it onto an LCD.
The ATmega16 has a RTC built in. Why don't you want to use it?
Using the cvAVR mentioned above, I haven't used in a while and presently do not have it installed but the built-in CodeWizard can probably set up the mega16 to read the DS1820 temp and display that on an LCD. Also setup the RTC.

I mentioned the accuracy of the DS1820. How accurate does your readings have to be? +/- 0.5C is pretty good.

The reason I quit using cvAVR is now I am trying to use Linux exclusively at home and cvAVR does not support that. For about 5 years I was a registered user of cvAVR keeping up with all the updates.

Mike

--- In a..., "Eric" wrote:
>
> you might also like to look at the LM35 datasheet
> LM35 Precision Centigrade Temperature Sensors
>
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Neena Sharma
> To:
> Sent: Sunday, June 28, 2009 1:18 PM
> Subject: Re: [AVR club] lcd temprature controlled baseb
> Hi Sahil
>
> This is a simple event scheduler that I build. It has a RTC (1302), NTC 10K
> temperature sensor. The NTC is uncalibrated now and showing the adc value of
> 528. I need to work on it
> to read in degree C should not be more half a days job.
>
> The clock time setting and relay on/off time can be fully controlled through
> the four push buttons in front while reading the LCD. (Please read the Date,
> it is fresh from oven).
>
> I am working on a simple tutorial on migrating from C to winavr and the
> functions for this project.
>
> I have coded using winAVR and on ATMEGA328P bootboard. The Board has on
> board bootloader which communicates with AVRStudio4 for flash and eeprom
> downloading/uploading. The advantage is that I have running RS232 all the
> time and can make use of ISP pins as I/O. The date and time can also be set
> through PC Terminal (rs232).
>
> My simple advice on project of this scale.
>
> 1) All informations are available in datasheets. Believe me if you were to
> program this on your own you will have to read the datasheet over and over
> again many times like me.As far as I remember I have not posted a single
> technical question ever on any forum but yes have replied to many. But I
> agree that I am doing it for hobby(with > 10 years uP programming) and some
> of you must be doing it for your tight time schedule project. But still
> instead of getting ready made solution it is more fun to program it yourself
> and believe me sometime it is faster.
>
> 2) As many have said before do it a small step at a time. Just send string
> of "Hello" on RS232, just show one A at the corner of LCD panel, just get
> the changing second for DS1302 never mind even if it is still in 1999 this
> would have crossed the main hurdles that is the communication would have
> been established with the device.
>
> 3) If you are using winAVR or any C, do not underestimate the power of
> modular programming and pointers.
>
> The main components that I have used
>
> 1) LCD JHD 162A
> 2) RTC 1302
> 3) AVR ATMEGA328P bootboard
> 4) NTC 10K
>
> I hope above can help you a little in your project.
>
> Thanks
>
> Sharma
> --- On Sun, 6/28/09, Eric wrote:
> From: Eric
> Subject: Re: [AVR club] lcd temprature controlled baseb
> To: a...
> Date: Sunday, June 28, 2009, 5:59 AM
> I got this
>
> http://www.futurlec .com.au/ATMegaCo ntrolBoard. jsp
>
> ATmeg32 you also get software to download the program
>
> You will also have to get
> . DS1307 Real Time Clock: (there is a IC soket for it on the board)
> . In-Circuit Program Downloader
>
> If you use some other board they have a Real Time Clock (RTC) boards
> http://www.futurlec .com.au/Mini_ DS1307.jsp
>
> They also have another web site
> http://www.futurlec .com/ATMegaContr olBoard_Technica l.shtml
>
> I am not sure what else is available out there, (closer to ATmega16)
> I thought this clock would be neat it displays date & time on a standard 6
> digit clock
> http://www.dubdubdu b.net.nz/ clock/
> sorry I can not do the 7-segment font
>
> From Eric
>
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: sahils88
> To:
> Sent: Sunday, June 28, 2009 3:59 AM
> Subject: [AVR club] lcd temprature controlled baseb
>
> plz send me the circut diag. of lcd temp contolled based project.using avr
> ATMEL ATmega16 contoller.i also wanna display the timming and temp on the
> lcd.plz suuggest me the rtc recquired for it.
>
> ------------ --------- --------- ------
Hi all

Thepictures are added in under Photos/Event scheduler.

Thanks

Sharma

--- On Sun, 6/28/09, Neena Sharma wrote:
From: Neena Sharma
Subject: Re: [AVR club] lcd temprature controlled baseb
To: a...
Date: Sunday, June 28, 2009, 9:18 AM

Hi Sahil

This is a simple event scheduler that I build. It has a RTC (1302), NTC 10K temperature sensor. The NTC is uncalibrated now and showing the adc value of 528. I need to work on it
to read in degree C should not be more half a days job.

The clock time setting and relay on/off time can be fully controlled through the four push buttons in front while reading the LCD. (Please read the Date, it is fresh from oven).

I am working on a simple tutorial on migrating from C to winavr and thefunctions for this project.

I have coded using winAVR and on ATMEGA328P bootboard. The Board has on board bootloader which communicates with AVRStudio4 for flash and eeprom downloading/ uploading. The advantage is that I have running RS232 all the time and can make use of ISP pins as I/O. The date and time can also be set through PC Terminal (rs232).

My simple advice on project of this scale.

1) All informations are available in datasheets. Believe me if you were to program this on your own you will have to read the datasheet over and over again many times like me.As far as I remember I have not posted a single technical question ever on any forum but yes have replied to many. But I agree that I am doing it for hobby(with > 10 yearsuP programming) and some of you must be doing it for your tight time schedule project. But still instead of getting ready madesolution it is more fun to program it yourself and believe me sometime it isfaster.

2) As many have said before do it a small step at a time. Just send string of "Hello" on RS232, just show one A at the corner of LCD panel, just get the changing second for DS1302 never mind even if it is still in 1999 this would have crossed the main hurdles that is the communication would have been establishedwith the device.

3) If you are using winAVR or any C, do not underestimate the power of modular programming and pointers.

The maincomponents that I have used

1) LCD JHD 162A
2) RTC 1302
3) AVR ATMEGA328P bootboard
4) NTC 10K

I hope above can help you a little in your project.

Thanks

Sharma






--- On Sun, 6/28/09, Eric wrote:

From: Eric
Subject: Re: [AVR club] lcd temprature controlled baseb
To: avrclub@yahoogroups .com
Date: Sunday, June 28, 2009, 5:59 AM

I got this

http://www.futurlec .com.au/ATMegaCo ntrolBoard. jsp

ATmeg32 you also get software to download the program

You will also have to get
. DS1307 Real Time Clock: (there is a IC soket for it on the board)
. In-Circuit Program Downloader

If you use some other board they have a Real Time Clock (RTC) boards
http://www.futurlec .com.au/Mini_ DS1307.jsp

They also have another web site
http://www.futurlec .com/ATMegaContr olBoard_Technica l.shtml

I am not sure what else is available out there, (closer to ATmega16)
I thought this clock would be neat it displays date & time on a standard 6
digit clock
http://www.dubdubdu b.net.nz/ clock/
sorry I can not do the 7-segment font

>From Eric

----- Original Message -----
From: sahils88
To:
Sent: Sunday, June 28, 2009 3:59 AM
Subject: [AVR club] lcd temprature controlled baseb

plz send me the circut diag. of lcd temp contolled based project.using avr
ATMEL ATmega16 contoller.i also wanna display the timming and temp on the
lcd.plz suuggest me the rtc recquired for it.

------------ --------- --------- ------
Hi Sharma (& all else)

I read
"The pictures are added in under Photos/Event scheduler."
and now I am lost
>From Eric
Foot note:
Been a new(ish) member I wonder if we could make a table, and leave it on
some web site
(I was thinking of makeing a Atmel folder at my web site for our memeber
use, adding in notes )

name, part number, and breif description

like;
Real time clock
1302
DS1307
DS1337
DS1338
DS1339
DS1340
DS1375

Precision Centigrade Temperature Sensors
DS1820 0.5C
LM35 0.5C

----- Original Message -----
From: Neena Sharma
To:
Sent: Monday, June 29, 2009 3:01 AM
Subject: Re: [AVR club] lcd temprature controlled baseb
Hi all

The pictures are added in under Photos/Event scheduler.

Thanks

Sharma

--- On Sun, 6/28/09, Neena Sharma wrote:
From: Neena Sharma
Subject: Re: [AVR club] lcd temprature controlled baseb
To: a...
Date: Sunday, June 28, 2009, 9:18 AM

Hi Sahil

This is a simple event scheduler that I build. It has a RTC (1302), NTC 10K
temperature sensor. The NTC is uncalibrated now and showing the adc value of
528. I need to work on it
to read in degree C should not be more half a days job.

The clock time setting and relay on/off time can be fully controlled through
the four push buttons in front while reading the LCD. (Please read the Date,
it is fresh from oven).

I am working on a simple tutorial on migrating from C to winavr and the
functions for this project.

I have coded using winAVR and on ATMEGA328P bootboard. The Board has on
board bootloader which communicates with AVRStudio4 for flash and eeprom
downloading/ uploading. The advantage is that I have running RS232 all the
time and can make use of ISP pins as I/O. The date and time can also be set
through PC Terminal (rs232).

My simple advice on project of this scale.

1) All informations are available in datasheets. Believe me if you were to
program this on your own you will have to read the datasheet over and over
again many times like me.As far as I remember I have not posted a single
technical question ever on any forum but yes have replied to many. But I
agree that I am doing it for hobby(with > 10 years uP programming) and some
of you must be doing it for your tight time schedule project. But still
instead of getting ready made solution it is more fun to program it yourself
and believe me sometime it is faster.

2) As many have said before do it a small step at a time. Just send string
of "Hello" on RS232, just show one A at the corner of LCD panel, just get
the changing second for DS1302 never mind even if it is still in 1999 this
would have crossed the main hurdles that is the communication would have
been established with the device.

3) If you are using winAVR or any C, do not underestimate the power of
modular programming and pointers.

The main components that I have used

1) LCD JHD 162A
2) RTC 1302
3) AVR ATMEGA328P bootboard
4) NTC 10K

I hope above can help you a little in your project.

Thanks

Sharma

--- On Sun, 6/28/09, Eric wrote:

From: Eric
Subject: Re: [AVR club] lcd temprature controlled baseb
To: avrclub@yahoogroups .com
Date: Sunday, June 28, 2009, 5:59 AM

I got this

http://www.futurlec .com.au/ATMegaCo ntrolBoard. jsp

ATmeg32 you also get software to download the program

You will also have to get
. DS1307 Real Time Clock: (there is a IC soket for it on the board)
. In-Circuit Program Downloader

If you use some other board they have a Real Time Clock (RTC) boards
http://www.futurlec .com.au/Mini_ DS1307.jsp

They also have another web site
http://www.futurlec .com/ATMegaContr olBoard_Technica l.shtml

I am not sure what else is available out there, (closer to ATmega16)
I thought this clock would be neat it displays date & time on a standard 6
digit clock
http://www.dubdubdu b.net.nz/ clock/
sorry I can not do the 7-segment font

>From Eric

----- Original Message -----
From: sahils88
To:
Sent: Sunday, June 28, 2009 3:59 AM
Subject: [AVR club] lcd temprature controlled baseb

plz send me the circut diag. of lcd temp contolled based project.using avr
ATMEL ATmega16 contoller.i also wanna display the timming and temp on the
lcd.plz suuggest me the rtc recquired for it.

------------ --------- --------- ------
Mind you have said the following
name, part number, and breif description

like;
Real time clock
1302
DS1307
DS1337
DS1338
DS1339
DS1340
DS1375
You can not beat the information I just found at
http://para.maxim-ic.com/en/results.mvp?fam=rtc

But I am still think of adding a Atmel folder to my web site to add in my
own notes and make available to other member get up to speed faster
>From Eric

----- Original Message -----
From: Neena Sharma
To:
Sent: Monday, June 29, 2009 3:01 AM
Subject: Re: [AVR club] lcd temprature controlled baseb
Hi all

The pictures are added in under Photos/Event scheduler.

Thanks

Sharma

--- On Sun, 6/28/09, Neena Sharma wrote:
From: Neena Sharma
Subject: Re: [AVR club] lcd temprature controlled baseb
To: a...
Date: Sunday, June 28, 2009, 9:18 AM

Hi Sahil

This is a simple event scheduler that I build. It has a RTC (1302), NTC 10K
temperature sensor. The NTC is uncalibrated now and showing the adc value of
528. I need to work on it
to read in degree C should not be more half a days job.

The clock time setting and relay on/off time can be fully controlled through
the four push buttons in front while reading the LCD. (Please read the Date,
it is fresh from oven).

I am working on a simple tutorial on migrating from C to winavr and the
functions for this project.

I have coded using winAVR and on ATMEGA328P bootboard. The Board has on
board bootloader which communicates with AVRStudio4 for flash and eeprom
downloading/ uploading. The advantage is that I have running RS232 all the
time and can make use of ISP pins as I/O. The date and time can also be set
through PC Terminal (rs232).

My simple advice on project of this scale.

1) All informations are available in datasheets. Believe me if you were to
program this on your own you will have to read the datasheet over and over
again many times like me.As far as I remember I have not posted a single
technical question ever on any forum but yes have replied to many. But I
agree that I am doing it for hobby(with > 10 years uP programming) and some
of you must be doing it for your tight time schedule project. But still
instead of getting ready made solution it is more fun to program it yourself
and believe me sometime it is faster.

2) As many have said before do it a small step at a time. Just send string
of "Hello" on RS232, just show one A at the corner of LCD panel, just get
the changing second for DS1302 never mind even if it is still in 1999 this
would have crossed the main hurdles that is the communication would have
been established with the device.

3) If you are using winAVR or any C, do not underestimate the power of
modular programming and pointers.

The main components that I have used

1) LCD JHD 162A
2) RTC 1302
3) AVR ATMEGA328P bootboard
4) NTC 10K

I hope above can help you a little in your project.

Thanks

Sharma

--- On Sun, 6/28/09, Eric wrote:

From: Eric
Subject: Re: [AVR club] lcd temprature controlled baseb
To: avrclub@yahoogroups .com
Date: Sunday, June 28, 2009, 5:59 AM

I got this

http://www.futurlec .com.au/ATMegaCo ntrolBoard. jsp

ATmeg32 you also get software to download the program

You will also have to get
. DS1307 Real Time Clock: (there is a IC soket for it on the board)
. In-Circuit Program Downloader

If you use some other board they have a Real Time Clock (RTC) boards
http://www.futurlec .com.au/Mini_ DS1307.jsp

They also have another web site
http://www.futurlec .com/ATMegaContr olBoard_Technica l.shtml

I am not sure what else is available out there, (closer to ATmega16)
I thought this clock would be neat it displays date & time on a standard 6
digit clock
http://www.dubdubdu b.net.nz/ clock/
sorry I can not do the 7-segment font

>From Eric

----- Original Message -----
From: sahils88
To:
Sent: Sunday, June 28, 2009 3:59 AM
Subject: [AVR club] lcd temprature controlled baseb

plz send me the circut diag. of lcd temp contolled based project.using avr
ATMEL ATmega16 contoller.i also wanna display the timming and temp on the
lcd.plz suuggest me the rtc recquired for it.

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