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please help for my project convert to microcontroler

hi frinds

i hope somebody will help me to create my dream prject with microcontroler

 (water level indicator)

me now using analoge controls relays and transistors

discreption of my project

when water in tank is botom level motor will start

when water in tank on top level motor will stop

when motor started from bottom if inttrupted water flow motor will be stop

also low voltage or high voltage pevent to start motor

 

this my project now working well but pcb is big and very

hard work to create a pcb i think convert this project with microcontroler very easy to made

please help somebody idon't know codes and how to transfer

codes to micro controler which progamer need to use

waiting for repply

with best regards

Amrith
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Hi Santosh,

 

Surely will help you out to complete your project using microcontroller. kindly let me know which controller are you planning to use, based on your selection of microcontroller i can provide you schematics and help you in coding.

 

Thank You !!!

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hello Amrith  thnak you so much for your quick reply

 

amrith actually i have no experience with microcontrolers projects  i am a electronics technician also mobile repairing  now you can imagine what i need

 

which is cheap and best also easy to manage for my project. i think 8051 is good?

sorry for my bad english

with best regards

waiting for reply

 

thanks

 

 

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hello santosh,

 

I really want to help you to complete your dream project but you need some basic programming knowledge.why don't you buy an 8051 starter kit and start practing.. In the mean time,i'll try to figure out your project.

 

thank you !!! 

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hello amrith

 

 

if you help me  definitely i will buy 8051 starter kit. where available this & how much is approximate price my place kerala thrissur

with best regards

 

 

 

 

thanks

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Ya for sure, the board is available for appox 300-500 Rs. You can purchase it on line or from local electronic shop.

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hi marith 

 8051  starter kit enough to brun microcontroler 8051?

thnks

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Hi,

 

Better go for latest  P89LV51RD2 Controller. It can be re-programmed many times using serial port.

 

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hi amrith

 

    how much aproximate for P89LV51RD2 ?

thanks

Amrith
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P89LV51RD2 starter kit costs you around 500rs with programing cable.

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amrith

 

 

thank you for spent your  volubile time for me

i will buy programer as soon as posible then reply

thank you so much

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Hi santhosh,

 

                    You seem to be having a deep knowledge in electronics, electrical and hardware aswell. Now it is your chance to develop some  software skills. For microcontroller beginners it is recomended to use 8051, PIC etc. But it will take a lot of time and effort to get the basics right. 

                    If you want to finish your project quickly and easy, I recommend you to use Arduino board. You can program it with arduino IDE. You don't have to learn the internals of the microcontroller like registers, peripherals etc. All you need to have is nothing but logic, which I hope you have plenty of it. Lot of help available in web. You can have arduino pro-mini board which will be several time smaller in size compared to any pic based PCB.   Google arduino.

 

                    If your intention is to learn microcontroller, I would say dont go for it. It is good for hobbyst only. Try PIC.

 

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hello ajish

 

your absolutely correct i thing it is very hard to lern fom beginig

 

i need use microcontroler only some project like waterlevel indicater if help somebody for code and just write to microcontroler

 

what is amrith's opinion?

 

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Hi Santosh,

 

I agree with Ajish, if you are looking only solution for your project better go with Arduino PIC or Arduino AVR boards, if you are intrested in learning embedded C programming language then start with 8051 controller.

 

I suggest you to go with Arduino AVR with AT MEGA 8 Controller for cheap and best solution to your project.

 

Regards

Amrith

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ok amrith

 

 i will try that way

 

please tell step by step how to write

 

& waht kind of gadgets i need to buy

 

i hope you will give schematic for my project

 

i have find a project this site  like my project that is very nice

 

but my project have more options i thing you can extent this to

 

my project with lcd

 

look here http://www.engineersgarage.com/microcontroller/8051projects/liquid-level-alarm-AT89C51-circuit

 

i will give actual options later

thanks

 

 

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