Once built this timer board can be used with your choice of 8 pin PIC processor and flowchart software. It's compatible with most educational PICs and software. The kit has a start switch as well as LED and sounder outputs. Programming is via a 3.5mm jack interface. This kit also requires a Processor which is not included in the kit.
Four tasks have been devised from a basic timer, to one where the delay is configurable by the user, it warns that time is almost up and then plays a tune upon time out.
Please see the timer tasks resource page for full details of these tasks and to download programming guides and example tasks.
- Solder this board together, choose a microcontroller and you're ready to produce a program to take control of the switch, LED and sounder.
- It's compatible with most educational PICs and software.
- Programable via a 3.5mm jack interface.
- 1 x 3.5mm PCB Mount Jack Socket.
- 1 x 330Ω Resistors.
- 1 x 10KΩ Resistors.
- 3 x 22KΩ Resistor.
- 1 x 5mm Red LED.
- 1 x 8 Pin IC Holder.
- 1 x Push To Make Switch.
- 1 x Piezo Buzzer.
- 1 x PP3 Clip Lead.
- 1 x 3AA Battery Holder.
- 0.5m Connecting Wire.
- 1 x Programmable Timer PCB.
- PCB Length: 46mm.
- PCB Width: 36mm.
- This kit requires some soldering.
- This kit also requires a Processor which is not included in the kit.
Teachers can order a sample of this kit (one per school) here. You will need to select the kit from a list of all the sample kits; the stock code for this kit is 2121.
Note: this service is only offered to schools for evaluation purposes only.
This kit is designed and manufactured in the UK by Kitronik.
Can you change the amplifier (or what ever it is that makes the sound) to a motor if you can can you make the motor spin only for about 15 seconds then turn, off any help would be appreciated thanks.
Posted byon Thursday, 2 October 2014
Hi, a motor would draw too much current and damage the PIC. You need a programmable board that can supply enough current for a motor, you might want to take a look at our Bump and Spin Kit.
Hi does the project come with a pre written program, if so where would we find it. many thanks Steve Cox
Posted byon Friday, 15 June 2012There are programming resources to accompany this kit. These consist of pre-written programs, and tasks to build up the programs in stages and offer an excellent way of getting people started doing programming. There is a link to the resource page in the product description.
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