Welcome to the Mini Project Pic Based 
PICs are smart controller for controlling any kind of mechanical parts, switching, lighting, guarding and etc. The devices come with simple size with few ports and go up to multi scale controller that requires 100th of I/O ports. PICs are simple and easy to handle but only for those who knows the system. The devices require a programmer which is now integrated using high language such as C++.  Hence this page is dedicated to facilitate the user who need assistance in implementing a controller for automating mechanical parts in the house, school, factory and etc. Simple mechanical part such as automate lighting control for night time, watering timer for small garden, feeding fish controller when traveling overseas, sound monkey repeller and etc could be enhanced the performance with small size of micro-controller.

Project at a Glance:

What kinds of tools being used in the PIC project.
  • C++ MicroC
  • Visual GLCD.
  • BIGPIC5 - PIC Board with Microprogrammer ICD.
  • Prototype Board - Ready for PIC
  • Smart GLCD
  • Motion Sensor.
  • Real Time Clock (RLC) - Timer.

Project Objectives

This website is organized for providing information on expertise in PIC. What is PIC? It is a small device that could be pre-programmed for controlling mechanical functions such as lighting system in the house. Few times when we need to travel and leaving the house for few days, we need to automate few switches in the house for night lighting. There are many ways to control the lights that could be continuously turn-on or hourly turn-on or turn-on when intruders break in the house. So the solution of the control can be easily fabricated by using PIC.
  • Why PIC is better than normal Timer?
  • How it works?
  • Option of Power Sources
  • Estimated cost
  • How long to construct?
  • Commissioning and testing
  • Work after sales



Rolling Updates

  • Project Plan has been updated New project plan has been uploaded to Project Documents area.
    Posted Jan 11, 2015, 11:06 PM by Abas Amir
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