Interfacing ADC0804 with Serial port (RS232) using 8051 micocontroller (AT89C51)
This circuit demonstrates the principle and operation of collecting data from ADC0804 and sending it to PC via serial communication using 8051 microcontroller (AT89C51). The circuit is divided into three parts: ADC, Controller and Serial Port. This circuit can be used as an intermediate in many applications.Click to read more about Serial Port(RS232).
DescriptionADC0804 which is an 8-bit resolution ADC has only one input channel connected to variable resistance (preset) to give the analog input. In place of preset, analog input from a sensor can also be used. (Refer interfacing ADC0804 with AT89C51)
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