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List of Mini Project Titles

EET203 [Microcontroller Systems Design]


Semester 2 2013/2014 Academic Session
Start time: 1st March 2014
Finish time: 31st May 1st June 2014

Team members per group = 5 students


Mini Project Title Selection:
Select one title per group from the attached list of mini project titles
First registration first selection
Registration becomes active at the instant of signature
of all the group members.

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Any required extra components should be provided by


the students themselves

At the completion of your mini project, you should


provide the followings:
1-Printed copy of your report, including the
followings:
Cover Page
Table of Contents
Introduction
Requirements
Methodology
Application & Results
Conclusion.
References.

2-Attach CD
followings:

to

you

report,

containing

the

Copy of your report in DOC, PDF formats & the PPT


slides you used in your presentation.

Includes a copy of your mini project code scripts.

Write on top of the CD, your mini project number,


your mini project title, list of names of group
members.
Includes a copy of a demonstration video records
shows your mini project progress, application &
results demonstration of your of your hardware
(This can be used for demonstration in case of your
hardware stops working).

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3-Presentation of your mini project in front of


the panels.
4-Demonstrating your Mini project.
Introduction:
Based on PIC 16F877A hardware and PTK40A PIC training kit, you
are requested to design and implement your mini project, using the
followings:
PTK40A PIC Training Kit
MPLAB IDE
HI TECH C Compiler
Computer Unit
PTK40A Training Board is developed based on Microchip 8-bit 40
pins PIC MCU (Micro Controller Unit). It is compatible between
PIC16F and PIC18F. It covers programming, interfacing, and
applications of microcontroller and mechanical hardware to allow
users to easily learn and develop their project with PIC MCU.
The systems hardware is well configured so that it can be programmed
by any compatible programming language such as assembly, BASIC
and C (for PIC MCU). MPLAB IDE from Microchip Technology .Inc
is included in this kit which has assembler that allows user to develop
the program with assembly language. However, the explanation and
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sample programs provided in the users manual are based on C


language due to its relatively flexibility and easiness in understand and
developing program.

The final viva requirements:


1. Copy of your report
2. Submit your report one week before your presentation date.
3. Presentation includes Demonstration.

Remarks:
Try to use the available kit tools and you may use external tools as
inputs or outputs like function generator, measurements meter
instrument etc that are available in labs to achieve your mini projects.
You need to provide specific tools and components in order to achieve
your mini project successfully.

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LIST OF SUGGESTED MINI PROJECTS TITLES


(SELECT ONE ONLY)
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Multi-Level intensity effect running light for lamp.

2. Automatic advanced railway gate control system (Selection at least 2 directional rail

ways).
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4.

Automatic Bidirectional Visitor Counter

Automatic intrusion Alarm/Alert System.

5. Automatic Irrigation water supply monitoring and control system (Selection at least 4

optional sequence).
6.

Automatic room light intensity based window blinds control system.

7. Automatic washing machine motor control system (Selection at least 4 optional

sequence).
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9.

AVR Meter

DC Motor Controller (Selection at least 4 optional sequence).

10.

Digital alarm clock with option set and reset (Selection 4 optional sequence).

11.

AC Frequency detector meter.

12.

AC voltage stabilizer system.

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DC voltage stabilizer system.

14.

DC to AC converter with adjustable frequency converter

15.

DC to DC Up/Down with adjustable voltage converter

16.

AC to AC Up/Down with adjustable voltage converter

17.

AC frequency stabilizer to an optional level (Selection at least 4 optional sequence).

18.

Battery charger controller system.

19.

Digital solar Energy Meter LCD display.

20.

Digital Frequency Meter with LCD Display.

21.

Digital real-time clock implementation with microcontroller and LCD.

22.

Digital RPM indicator for electrical motor with over speed alarm indicator.

23.

Digital thermostat with LCD temperature display.

24.

Electronic code lock system

25.

High voltage fuse blown indicator with LCD display (use low voltage level)

26.

Humidity detection meter.

27.

Industrial application; advanced temperature monitoring system.

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Industrial conveyer belt object counting system.

29.

Intelligent high power LED street light control system.

30.

LCD based voting machine.

31.

Automatic lamp illumination controller intensity LED lighting (PWM control).

32.

Serial to PIC Interface to power the LEDs from PC serial output.

33.

Three phase induction motor using PWM technique.

34.

Digital Alpha-numeric message scrolling display (Selection at least 4 optional sequence).

35.

Digital Over voltage Protection system for industrial loads.

36.

Pulse Width Modulation (PWM) Speed Control of a DC Motor.

37.

Real-time car battery monitoring and low voltage alert system.

38.

Temperature based fan speed control system (AC or DC Motor).

39.

Temperature Controlled Fan (DC Motor based with PWM).

40.

Transformer real time temperature monitoring and thermal overload protection

41.

Vehicle inside and outside temperature monitoring system.

42.

Water Level Controller with LCD display (use at least 4 levels).

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Water level monitoring and control system (Selection at least 4 optional outputs).

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