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Water Level Controller

17 January 2014 - Microcontroller, Projects - Hypsine Electronics - No Comments

A water level controller based using 8051 is shown in this article. A lot of water level controller projects have been published in this website but the is the first one based on a microcontroller. This water level controller monitors the level of the over head tank  and automatically switches on the water pump when […]

Ultrasonic Range Finder

17 January 2014 - Microcontroller, Projects - Hypsine Electronics - No Comments

Ultrasonic range finder using 8051 . A simple ultrasonic range finder using 8051 microcontroller is presented in this article. This ultrasonic rangefinder can measure distances up to  2.5 meters at an accuracy of 1 centi meter. AT89s51 microcontroller and the ultrasonic transducer module HC-SR04 forms the basis of this circuit. The ultrasonic module sends a […]

Object Counter

17 January 2014 - Microcontroller, Projects - Hypsine Electronics - No Comments

This article is about a simple object counter/visitor counter using 8051 microcontroller . AT89S51 belonging to the 8051 family is the microcontroller used here. This circuit can count the number of objects passing across a line , number of persons passing through a gate/door and so on. The can be simply divided into two sections […]

Line Following Robot

17 January 2014 - Microcontroller, Projects - Hypsine Electronics - No Comments

Line follower robots were one of the earliest automatic guided robots. They are able to follow a line marked on a contrasting background, usually a black line on a white surface or a white line on a black surface.  Usually the line follower robot works on a closed loop feedback algorithm where the feedback from […]

Water Level Controller cum motor Protector

8 January 2014 - Microcontroller, Projects - Hypsine Electronics - No Comments

Many a time we forget to switch off the motor pushing water into the overhead tank (OHT) in our households. As a result, water keeps overflowing until we notice the overflow and switch the pump off. As the OHT is usually kept on the topmost floor, it is cumbersome to go up frequently to check the water level in the OHT. Here’s a microcontroller-based […]

Land Rover

8 January 2014 - Microcontroller, Projects - Hypsine Electronics - No Comments

Conventionally, wireless-controlled robots use RF circuits, which have the drawbacks of limited working range, limited frequency range and limited control. Use of a mobile phone for robotic control can overcome these limitations. It provides the advantages of robust control, working range as large as the coverage area of the service provider,no interference with other controllers and up to twelve controls. Although the appearance and capabilities of […]

8051 Development Board

7 January 2014 - Microcontroller, Projects - Hypsine Electronics - No Comments

8051 Generic Board is my fist project board in 8051 microcontroller course. This board is design for atmel 89c51 ic, please refer to its datasheet for more information. Now come towards board description: There are four i/o ports in 89c51, this board is design in such a manner that all ports are byte addressable whare […]

Cellphone based device controll with voice acknowledgement

20 August 2013 - Microcontroller, Projects - Hypsine Electronics - No Comments

In this project we have presented a circuit that lets to operate home appliances like lights and water pump from office or any other remote place. So if you forgot to switch off the lights or other appliances while going out, it helps you to turn off the appliance with cell phone. The cell phone […]

Wireless equipment control

20 August 2013 - Microcontroller, Projects - Hypsine Electronics - No Comments

Here is a microcontroller based wireless equipment controller that can switch on or switch off up to four devices at a desired time interval set by the user in the transmitter. The devices can be controlled remotely from a distance of up to 30 metres from the transmitter. In the transmitter, an LCD module is […]