Examples (Full List)
This page contains example projects. All projects are included in the "./src/demos" folder of the Netcruzer Download, and can be built using the free MPLAB X and XC16 compiler from Microchip. For information on building projects, click here.
- ADC Demo1: Shows how to read analog channels.
- ADC LCD Demo: Displays ADC values on a LCD Display.
- Also see DB66DEV1 demos for examples how to read the value of a potentiometer connected to an analog input.
- DB66DEV1 Demo: Demo using potentiometer to control frequency of buzzer, reading buttons, and controlling LEDs.
- DB66DEV1 Debug Demo: Same as demo above, but in addition outputs debug message, and accepts commands via USB port (via the Netcruzer USB Terminal).
- DB66DEV1 LCD Demo: Same as first DB66DEV1 demo, but in addition outputs information to a LCD display.
- DB66DEV1 No Driver Demo: Similar to first Demo, but does not use the DB66DEV1 driver.
- Debugging via USB port: Demo showing how to write debug messages via the USB port. They are displayed on the Netcruzer USB Terminal app. This app can also send Debug commands to the targer board.
- Debugging via USB port using Microchip USB library: Basically the same as the "Debugging via USB port" demo listed above, but without using the Netcruzer Library. Used Microchip Application Library.
- Interrupt Flashing LED Demo: Demo showing how write an interrupt service routine using Timer 1.
- LCD Text Demo: Demo showing how to write text to a LCD2S serial display.
- LCD Text/Key Demo: Demo showing how to write text to, and read keys from a LCD2S serial display.
- LCD Text/Command Demo: Demo showing how to write text and commands to a LCD2S serial display.
- LCD Bargraph Demo: Demo showing how to displays a bargraph on a LCD2S serial display.
- Also see DB66DEV1 demos for more LCD demos.
- Port Read/Write Demo: Demo showing how to read and write to and from a Port Pin.
- Port Read/Write Demo using DB66DEV1Demo showing how to read buttons and contol LEDs connected to port pins.
- Tick Demo 1: Demo showing how to call functions at given intervals using the system Tick.