• Kirchhoff's Voltage Law

#### Understanding Loops in a Circuit

KVL depends upon the concept of a loop. A loop is any closed path through the circuit which encounters no node more than once. Essentially, to create a loop, start at any node in the circuit and trace a path through the...

36.0K
• Single-Source Circuit Implementation

#### Design Challenge, Problem 1

This exercise uses concepts introduced in our experiment relative to implementing circuits with a single source.

3.40K
• Single-Source Circuit Implementation

#### Design Challenge, Problem 2

This exercise uses concepts introduced in our experiment relative to implementing circuits with a single source.

3.11K
• Single-Source Circuit Implementation

#### Design Challenge, Problem 3

This exercise uses concepts introduced in our experiment relative to implementing circuits with a single source.

3.16K
• Single-Source Circuit Implementation

#### Design Challenge, Problem 4

This exercise uses concepts introduced in our experiment relative to implementing circuits with a single source.

2.60K
• Multiple-Source Circuit Implementation

#### Design Challenge, Problem 1

This exercise uses concepts introduced in our experiment relative to implementing circuits with multiple sources.

3.11K
• Source Voltages Greater Than 5V

#### Design Challenge, Problem 1

This exercise uses concepts introduced in our experiment relative to implementing circuits with multiple sources that are greater than 5V.

2.28K
• Kirchhoff's Current Law

#### Design Challenge, Problem 1

This exercise uses concepts introduced in our experiment relative to Kirchhoff's current law.

2.59K
• Kirchhoff's Current Law

#### Design Challenge, Problem 2

This exercise uses concepts introduced in our experiment relative to Kirchhoff's current law.

2.41K
• Kirchhoff's Voltage Law

#### Design Challenge, Problem 2

This exercise uses concepts introduced in our experiment relative to Kirchhoff's voltage law.

3.26K
• Kirchhoff's Voltage Law

#### Design Challenge, Problem 2

This exercise uses concepts introduced in our experiment relative to Kirchhoff's voltage law.

2.38K
• Practical Resistors

Resistors are the most frequently used components in electrical circuits. Since they are so common, they are available in a wide variety of styles and manufacturing techniques. Resistors are manufactured in a variety of ways. Most commonly available commercial resistors...

6.58K
• Electrical Fields and Their Effects

#### Electrical Basics

The fact that charges exert forces on one another over a distance is explained by the idea of an electric field.

2.81K
• Charges and Their Motion in Materials

#### Electrical Basics

ll electrical principles rely on the concept of electrical charge, or simply charge. The concept of charge is based on the observation that some bodies exert non-gravitational forces on one another when they are placed c...

3.35K
• Project 0: MPLAB® X Integrated Development Environment

#### Using chipKIT™ Pro and MPLAB X

This project introduces you to the synthesis and analysis tools for producing microprocessor C code using the MPLAB® X integrated development environment (IDE) on the chipKIT™ Pro MX7 processor board.

19.7K
• Project 1: chipKIT™ Pro and I/O Control

#### Digital Input and Output

The purpose of this project is to familiarize you with the methods of reading from and writing to the input and output (I/O) pins of the PIC™32 microcontroller.

16.3K
• Project 2: chipKIT™ Pro and Delays

#### Software Timing Delays

The purpose of this project is to investigate methods of creating software time delays to pace processor operations.

11.1K
• Project 3: Using chipKIT™ Pro with Stepper Motors

#### Software-Based Finite State Machine...

The purpose of this project is to investigate the application of software-based state machines to controlling the speed, direction of rotation, and operational mode of stepper motors.

10.5K
• Project 4: Using chipKIT™ Pro with Stepper Motors

#### PIC™32 Timers

The purpose of this project is to understand the operation of PIC™32 timers so that they can be used to implement a synchronized multi-rate periodic control system by polling the timer interrupt flag.

9.49K
• Introduction to MPIDE

#### Installing the Multi-Platform Integ...

How to setup the Multi-Platform Integrated Development Environment. (Microsoft Windows® version)

19.8K
• Introduction to MPIDE (Mac OS® X)

#### Installing the Multi-Platform Integ...

How to setup the Multi-Platform Integrated Development Environment. (Mac OS® X version)

7.81K

#### Creation of a Sketch to Blink an LE...

Introduction to writing a chipKIT sketch where the goal is to blink an LED on the chipKIT board. This page also points out the existence of the reference material that is included in MPIDE.

12.7K

#### Interfacing the chipKIT™ Board with...

Introduction to using the chipKIT board to interact with external devices. Here the board is programmed to blink an external board and along the way various electrical concepts are discussed.

10.8K
• Button-Controlled LED

#### Obtaining Input and Generating Outp...

The chipKIT board is used to determine whether a button has been pushed or not. The state of the button determines whether or not an LED is illuminated.

11.5K
Kirchhoff's Voltage Law

#### Understanding Loops in a Circuit

KVL depends upon the concept of a loop. A loop is any closed path through the circuit which encounters no node more than once. Essentially, to create a loop, start at any node in the circuit and trace a path through the circuit until you get back to your original node.

36.0K
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Single-Source Circuit Implementation

#### Design Challenge, Problem 1

This exercise uses concepts introduced in our experiment relative to implementing circuits with a single source.

3.40K
×
Single-Source Circuit Implementation

#### Design Challenge, Problem 2

This exercise uses concepts introduced in our experiment relative to implementing circuits with a single source.

3.11K
×
Single-Source Circuit Implementation

#### Design Challenge, Problem 3

This exercise uses concepts introduced in our experiment relative to implementing circuits with a single source.

3.16K
×
Single-Source Circuit Implementation

#### Design Challenge, Problem 4

This exercise uses concepts introduced in our experiment relative to implementing circuits with a single source.

2.60K
×
Multiple-Source Circuit Implementation

#### Design Challenge, Problem 1

This exercise uses concepts introduced in our experiment relative to implementing circuits with multiple sources.

3.11K
×
Source Voltages Greater Than 5V

#### Design Challenge, Problem 1

This exercise uses concepts introduced in our experiment relative to implementing circuits with multiple sources that are greater than 5V.

2.28K
×
Kirchhoff's Current Law

#### Design Challenge, Problem 1

This exercise uses concepts introduced in our experiment relative to Kirchhoff's current law.

2.59K
×
Kirchhoff's Current Law

#### Design Challenge, Problem 2

This exercise uses concepts introduced in our experiment relative to Kirchhoff's current law.

2.41K
×
Kirchhoff's Voltage Law

#### Design Challenge, Problem 2

This exercise uses concepts introduced in our experiment relative to Kirchhoff's voltage law.

3.26K
×
Kirchhoff's Voltage Law

#### Design Challenge, Problem 2

This exercise uses concepts introduced in our experiment relative to Kirchhoff's voltage law.

2.38K
×
Practical Resistors

Resistors are the most frequently used components in electrical circuits. Since they are so common, they are available in a wide variety of styles and manufacturing techniques. Resistors are manufactured in a variety of ways. Most commonly available commercial resistors are carbon composition or wire-wound; however, resistors on integrated circuits are generally made of semiconductor materials.

6.58K
×
Electrical Fields and Their Effects

#### Electrical Basics

The fact that charges exert forces on one another over a distance is explained by the idea of an electric field.

2.81K
×
Charges and Their Motion in Materials

#### Electrical Basics

ll electrical principles rely on the concept of electrical charge, or simply charge. The concept of charge is based on the observation that some bodies exert non-gravitational forces on one another when they are placed close together. Like gravity, this force acts at a distance; but unlike gravity, the bodies can either attract or repel each other (gravity only attracts masses to one another).

3.35K
×
Project 0: MPLAB® X Integrated Development Environment

#### Using chipKIT™ Pro and MPLAB X

This project introduces you to the synthesis and analysis tools for producing microprocessor C code using the MPLAB® X integrated development environment (IDE) on the chipKIT™ Pro MX7 processor board.

19.7K
×
Project 1: chipKIT™ Pro and I/O Control

#### Digital Input and Output

The purpose of this project is to familiarize you with the methods of reading from and writing to the input and output (I/O) pins of the PIC™32 microcontroller.

16.3K
×
Project 2: chipKIT™ Pro and Delays

#### Software Timing Delays

The purpose of this project is to investigate methods of creating software time delays to pace processor operations.

11.1K
×
Project 3: Using chipKIT™ Pro with Stepper Motors

#### Software-Based Finite State Machines

The purpose of this project is to investigate the application of software-based state machines to controlling the speed, direction of rotation, and operational mode of stepper motors.

10.5K
×
Project 4: Using chipKIT™ Pro with Stepper Motors

#### PIC™32 Timers

The purpose of this project is to understand the operation of PIC™32 timers so that they can be used to implement a synchronized multi-rate periodic control system by polling the timer interrupt flag.

9.49K
×
Introduction to MPIDE

#### Installing the Multi-Platform Integrated Development Environment

How to setup the Multi-Platform Integrated Development Environment. (Microsoft Windows® version)

19.8K
×
Introduction to MPIDE (Mac OS® X)

#### Installing the Multi-Platform Integrated Development Environment

How to setup the Multi-Platform Integrated Development Environment. (Mac OS® X version)

7.81K
×

#### Creation of a Sketch to Blink an LED

Introduction to writing a chipKIT sketch where the goal is to blink an LED on the chipKIT board. This page also points out the existence of the reference material that is included in MPIDE.

12.7K
×

#### Interfacing the chipKIT™ Board with an External Circuit

Introduction to using the chipKIT board to interact with external devices. Here the board is programmed to blink an external board and along the way various electrical concepts are discussed.

10.8K
×
Button-Controlled LED

#### Obtaining Input and Generating Output

The chipKIT board is used to determine whether a button has been pushed or not. The state of the button determines whether or not an LED is illuminated.

11.5K
×