PicKit 2 PIC Microcontroller programmer

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I started with a PicKit1. After using it for a while I moved on to this PicKit 2 PIC Microcontroller programmer. I have always loved this programmer, having a USB, a button, a couple LEDs, a potentiometer and a seperate ICSP programmer unit. It is also very fast. But, like I'm sure many of you, I quickly out-grew my PicKit2 programmer. There just isn't enough real-world stuff on it. So I decided to add some. I have included pictures of all the things I added, and you can click on any of them ......

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dc power supply KIT

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This kit combines an LM317 with a thumbwheel potentiometer to allow you to easily set the output voltage from 1.5V up to 2V less than the input. Features: Stable, low-noise output adjustable from 1.5 to 30V Supplies up to 500mA Preset outputs of 5V/9V/12V Integrated heatsink dc power supply KIT - [Link] ......

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Electronic Temperature-Controlled Relay using LM35 and TL431

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Circuit Operation : The heart of the circuit is the LM35 temperature sensor which is factory-calibrated in the Celsius (or Centigrade) scale with a linear Degree->Volt conversion function. The output voltage (at pin 2)  changes with temperature from 550mV (-55oC)  to  1500mV (150oC). This greatly simplifies the thermostat design as we only need to provide a precision voltage reference (TL431) a ......

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