We believe many PIC microcontroller lover like to utilize Arduino shield, so here comes the CIKU. CIKU is a microcontroller board based on the PIC18F4550. It has 20 digital input/output pins (of which 2 can be used as PWM outputs and 6 as analog inputs), a 20 MHz crystal oscillator (clock speed up to 48 MHz after PLL), a mini USB connection, a power jack, a standard Arduino IO header, a PICkit header, a bootloader switch and a reset button. Besides focus on hardware solution […]
In case of having a broken bootloader, this tutorial will help you how to repair/fix it. You can use Arduino UNO or CT UNO (will launch soon) to be a programmer to your CuteDuino. I will using CT UNO as
*Please refer to the latest tutorial on how to add Cuteduino into Arduino IDE. Click HERE. Hi, today I would like to share about how to modify Arduino IDE to be compatible with CuteDuino. The Arduino IDE bundle provided by
Nowadays, there have a lot of Android apps that can be used as a bluetooth controller to your microcontroller project. For example you can used Arduino BT Joystick to control your mobile robot, or IORelay Bluetooth Relay to control relays
Hi, this tutorial will show you how to build line following robot by using CIKU and 2Amp Motor Driver Shield. HARDWARE 1. CIKU (link). 2. 2Amp Motor Driver Shield (link). 3. Aluminium Robot Chassis Complete Set (link). 4. Auto-Calibrating Line
First thing when we get the IOIO board, for sure we want to test it with our Android phone, at least we know that the IOIO board is working, and it should be easy step, MUST be :-). So, this
HARDWARE 1. CIKU board (link). 2. USB MiniB Cable (2.0) (link). 3. LCD Keypad Shield (link). SOFTWARE Please refer to "Getting Started with CIKU" tutorial. CIKU LCD LIBRARY FUNCTION Below is a list for basic LCD function that you can
*This document explains how to connect your CIKU board to the computer and upload your first program. 1. Get a CIKU board and USB cable You will need a CIKU board (link) and USB MiniB Cable (2.0) (link) to start.