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source code for a PAralax bs2

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RainMan

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i am interested in knowing if i could use my pic to read two differant voltages and amplifier tempatures ,and display them on my atom lcd display.i have a stereo in my truck and was hoping to use my display module as a diagnostics display.is this possible.tech support said it is but wouldnt tell me any more.any help would sure be appreciated.i realize i have to get 4 a/d converters.the only documentation i can find on reading a voltage is for a 5 volt voltmeter.also the only source code i have seen is for tempeture is a small 8 pin ic ,and i want to use a thermister mounted in my amplifiers fin
 

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RainMan said:
i am interested in knowing if i could use my pic to read two differant voltages and amplifier tempatures ,and display them on my atom lcd display.i have a stereo in my truck and was hoping to use my display module as a diagnostics display.is this possible.tech support said it is but wouldnt tell me any more.any help would sure be appreciated.i realize i have to get 4 a/d converters.the only documentation i can find on reading a voltage is for a 5 volt voltmeter.also the only source code i have seen is for tempeture is a small 8 pin ic ,and i want to use a thermister mounted in my amplifiers fin

If you use a PIC 16F876 it has 5 channels of A2D built in, have a look at my PIC tutorials at https://www.winpicprog.co.uk, the latest one is for using analogue inputs on the 876/877.
 
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