Microcontrollers

Anything involving Microcontrollers.

EEVblog #1144 – Padauk Programmer Reverse Engineering

David looks at the pins on the Padauk PMS150 programmer for potential reverse engineering. TLDR; It doesn’t look easy to reverse engineer this protocol, it’s messy with lots of voltage levels, as Padauk said it would be. Just buy the programmer for now! There is also a Flash/EEPROM re-programmable version ...

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EEVblog #1140 – 3 CENT Micro LED Blinky with ICE!

Getting the 3 cent Padauk microcontroller to blink a LED. Or at least the in-circuit emulator blinking a LED with C. UPDATE: LCSC have just said that they will offer a free programming service for a limited time to anyone. Just email them when you place your order. http://www.padauk.com.tw Forum ...

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EEVblog #b10000000000 – 1K Micro Magic

What can you fit in 1K words of microcontroller program memory? Dave takes a look at two old projects of his published in Electronics Australia magazine using a PIC 16F84 with 1K of program memory. Will the assembly language code still compile first go in MPLABX after 18 years? Assembler ...

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