1-I want a design for the smallest Pic Microcontroller that will handle the program.
2-I want the circuit to operate at 9vdc(common battery) and the program to remain unchanged when powered off.
3a)-I want the program to control a vertical line of 10 conventional 3 or 5mm, 20ma LEDs.
3b)-I want the program to also control three common 5mm LEDS @20ma in parallel.
4-When the circuit is powered on I want the stack of 10 LEDs to act in this manner…..the top LED will light then go off and the next LED will light below it with the effect continuing till the bottom LED is lighted and remain on. Next the effect starts again at the top until the column of LEDs is all lighted. This column stays lighted for about two seconds.
5-I want a potentiometer to adjust the fill rate but not how long the totally lighted column remains on when completely lighted, that will stay constant at 2 seconds.
6-As this fill effect is running I also want the 3 LEDs in parallel to slowly light to full brightness and then dim down to approximately 25% brightness cycling to full and back to 25% as long as the circuit is on.
7- I want an on off switch
8-The trim pot/potentiometer is to be accessible with a knob for the user.
9-the speed of the 3 parallel LEDs cycling to full on and down to 25% can be 2-2.5 seconds with no adjustment needed.
10-I want a download to Pic ready program, circuit diagram and parts list with an option to tweak the program after testing.
**I may want a compact PCB and gerber files with room for onboard components but only solder pads for the on-off switch, all LEDs, potentiometer and battery.
I have just read your job description and your project is really interesting to me.
The Items you raised are similar to what I have already done in practice and I think you can do it in a short time if you have a little explanation.
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Hello Bernard B.,
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I understand you are looking for the smallest Pic Microcontroller that will handle the program and operate at 9V. I believe I am your best fit for this project due to my extensive experience in electronics and Arduino.
My skillset includes electrical engineering, Arduino design and development as well as Electronics. This makes me well-suited to complete this project as I have the necessary knowledge and expertise required to design a successful system.
I am confident that my solutions will provide the highest quality results within your timeline and budget requirements. Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions or would like more information about me or my abilities.
Hello there! My name is AHMED and I'm a freelancer with great experience in Electronics Engineering, Arduino, PCB Layout and Programming. I understand that you need a design for the smallest Pic Microcontroller that will handle the program and operate at 9vdc with the program remaining unchanged when powered off. You want the circuit to have 10 LEDs that act in this manner when powered on - the top LED lights then goes off and the next LED lights below it with an effect that repeats until the bottom LED is lit and remains on for two seconds.
I have extensive experience in these fields which will come in handy when working on this project. My skills include Matlab/Simulink, Technical Reporting, CAD/CAM, Ansys and Solidworks which will help me ensure timely completion of the project without any issues. Additionally I have a background in Digital Design which can be used to create compact PCBs and gerber files with room for onboard components but only solder pads for the on-off switch, all LEDs and potentiometer so they can be accessed easily by the user without affecting performance.
I believe I am the best fit for this project as I have the necessary expertise to deliver exactly what you are
Hello there, my name is Ali and I am an Aerospace Engineer with Masters in Flight Dynamics and Controls. I have extensive experience in the design and modelling of aircraft and control systems as well as system dynamics.
I understand that you are looking for the smallest Pic Microcontroller that will handle the program and operate at 9vdc with no change when powered off. You want the program to control a vertical line of 10 conventional 3 or 5mm LEDs that will slowly light up and down along with three common 5mm LEDs that will cycle through full brightness and 25% brightness. You want this effect to remain constant at two seconds no matter how long the column of LEDs is completely lit.
I believe that I am the perfect candidate for this project! With my knowledge of Arduino, electrical engineering and specifically Pic Microcontroller programming, I believe I have the skills necessary to create the perfect solution for you. Additionally, as part of my services I provide PCB designs with room for onboard components but only solder pads for switches and LEDs so as to keep the design compact while still allowing access for users to adjust settings without needing to disassemble the unit.
Hello! My name is HAMZA and I am excited to offer my services as the best fit for your project. With over three years of experience in Electrical Engineering, Electronics and specifically with Pic Microcontrollers, I am confident that I can provide you with the most detailed solution for your needs. Specifically, I have expertise in designing the smallest Pic Microcontroller that will handle the program while operating at 9VDC and maintaining the program's functionality when powered off. My skills also include working with common 5mm LEDs at 20mA, which would be required for your project. Additionally, I am able to control a vertical line of 10 conventional 3 or 5mm LEDs using an LED stack effect that slowly lights to full brightness before dimming down to 25% brightness cycling until completely lit.
Additionally, I am able to provide an on/off switch for accessability with a knob for user convenience as well as adjust the fill rate at 2-2.5 seconds without any user input required.
Hello, my name is Metin and I am here to offer my services as the best fit for your project. I have a background in electronics, specifically Arduino, electrical engineering, electronics and microcontroller. With these skills I can help design the smallest Pic Microcontroller that will handle the program required for your project.
I understand that you are looking for a design for the smallest Pic Microcontroller that will operate at 9vdc and remain unchanged when powered off with no adjustments needed to the program. Additionally, I would like to offer a compact PCB with room for onboard components but only solder pads for the on-off switch, all LEDs and potentiometer so they can be accessed with a knob for the user.
My rate is $50 per hour + travel if necessary. If you're interested please let me know and we can discuss further!
Hi,I'm excited to propose a PIC microcontroller-based LED control system powered by a 9V battery, designed for efficiency and versatility.
1. **Energy Efficiency:** We'll select a power-efficient PIC microcontroller, ensuring long battery life.
2. **LED Control:** The system will precisely manage LED lights with various patterns and colors.
3. **User Interface:** User-friendly controls for customization.
4. **Compact PCB Design:** Efficient space utilization for components.
I'll select the best PIC microcontroller based on power efficiency, processing power, peripheral integration, and cost-effectiveness.
Our timeline includes microcontroller selection, PCB design, programming, testing, and delivery.
Let's discuss this proposal further and address any questions you have. Please share your availability for a meeting.
Thank you for considering me for your LED control system project.
I have read the job description and I understand that you are looking for a designer to create the smallest Pic Microcontroller possible that will handle the program and remain unchanged when powered off. You also want three common 5mm LEDs @20ma controlled by the program to cycle between full brightness and 25% brightness while on. An on/off switch is needed for the circuit as well.
I believe I am the perfect fit for this project! With over 7 years of experience in electrical engineering, along with skills such microcontroller programming, MATLAB, C++, Java, and more I am confident that I can deliver high quality results quickly and efficiently. Please feel free to reach out to me if you would like to discuss further or need any additional information regarding my services.
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I can develop the custom PCB design and make the PCB board , assemble the components , develop the firmware and ship the hardware and share all the design files and source code.
We can discuss
Hi, i'm engineer, lighting, power distribution, automation and control expert, i have experience working in electromechanical systems and control - design and building, automated machines, industrial networks, electrical grids, electrical vehicles, renewable energy, distribution substations, grounding, coordination of protections. I can develop for you designs, plans, bill of materials, budgets and simulations; solidworks, matlab, simulink, simscape, pscad, proteus, Autocad electrical / mechanical engineering.
Hi. This is my proposed solution for your PIC micro program:
SCOPE OF THE WORK:
- PIC16F8xx microcontroller (because I have spares available here)
- LEDs and potentiometer
- Code based on cooperative OS (single stack), using MPLAB-X and XC compilers
- Proof of concept on breadboard
- Circuit diagram (.PDF)
- PCB manufacturing files (Gerber, pick & place, drill list, etc.)
- Bill of parts (.XLSX), and copy with custom format for JLCPCB.
- Source code and firmware image (.HEX)
- 3D CAD model of the board (.STEP)
- 3D previews of the board (.PDF, .PNG)
- PCBA quote (JLCPCB or PCBway)
- Demo video of proof of concept on breadboard
3 work days
12+ years of experience in hardware design, including:
- Circuit design and simulation (Altium Designer)
- PCB layout design, high-speed and multilayer boards
- Managing PCB manufacturing, assembly, prototyping and global shipping
- Programming in C, C++, Arduino, Python, Pytorch, NumPy
- CAD design (AutoCAD Mechanical), producing models in STEP, STL, DWG and other formats.
Please check my portfolio with examples of past jobs. Hoping it will meet your requirements.
Looking forward to your reply.
Gonzalo Perez, EE
Hi, I can make schematic, PCB design and PIC16 code according to your description. It seems that any 14 pin PIC16 MCU should be able to handle tasks you did describe with some workarounds for programming connection. Checking on Mouser stock these could be PIC16F15323/4 devices, PIC16F1503, PIC16F18323. I would use constant current led drivers for each led instead of transistor switch. To check that this works as expected, I would prefer to verify the code on breadboard and actual MCU. So I will need do fetch parts I don’t have. I can layout PCB after that. I guess you will want to use SMD components. I noticed you posted similar project while ago (Pic program and circuit board design).
Best regards and let me know any questions ;)
I understand that you are looking for the smallest Pic Microcontroller that will handle the program and need the circuit to operate at 9vdc with the program remaining unchanged when powered off.
I believe I am the perfect fit for this project! With my expertise in electronics, microcontrollers, PCB layout, Arduino and more, I am confident that I can deliver an amazing solution that meets all your needs.
I understand that you would like the stack of 10 LEDs to act in this manner when powered on - the top LED light then goes off repeating until all LEDs are lit at which point the effect stays lit for about two seconds before fading out again. This effect can be adjusted by using a trim pot/potentiometer so it's exactly how you want it to behave.
Additionally, I would be able to provide you with an on-off switch as well as access to the potentiometer so you can adjust how long the totally lit column remains on when completely lighted without any delay. Additionally, my speed estimate of 2-2.5 seconds for the three parallel LEDs cycling between full brightness and
Dear Mr. Belkoski,
I would like to present myself as prospective candidate to do your project. I have sound knowledge and experiences in Electronic and programming. Including PIC controllers, Arduino, Raspberry Pi, ESP32 and ESP8266.
Reading through your project description the chip came to my mind is PIC16F628A. Which have 13+ IO pins. Pules (+) is there because Oscillator line, Reset line also could be used as IO too. This suits well in your requirement because you need 10 IO for 10 LED and 1 IO for 3 parallel LEDs. And 1 line for POT and 1 line for On/Off button. Also chip has low power (nano Watt range) sleep and wake up from external interrupt function. Which is perfect for your project.
My bid amount is $100 as you need program code and PCB done too. Hope you understand.
Please message me if you have any questions.
Expecting a favorable reply, I remain.
I've developed a lot of projects with microcontrollers specially with PIC18F45K50, let me know if you are interested and we can talk more about the hardware for develop your application with your requirements.
I may adjust the bid down a bit if we can get everything clarified. Did you want me to make the PCB and a prototype? This is not clear in the project description.
Out of all the possible vendors here on Freelancer, I may be the only one with real LED lighting experience and real commercial LED products in my portfolio.
Is this a commercial project? May there be some things that you do with LED lighting in the future?
This project is very simple and I would be going to old projects to adopt software from PIC microcontroller work. All my new projects use the Esp32, but that processor is way beyond what you need.
Please tell me a little bit about yourself and the project's future so that I can determine if I have time to help you. Thanks.
Hello! My name is Kadir and as an Embedded System Engineer, I have been developing individual and commercial projects for years. I have great experience in STM32, PIC, Arduino, PCB Layout and Programming. I have developed many projects in defense, medical and industrial fields.
I have extensive experience in these areas, which will come in handy while working on this project. My skills include Circuit design ,Kicad, Altium Designer, C programming, EMI/EMC compliant PCB design and Solidworks which will help me in ensuring that the project is completed on time without any issues.
I am the person who can make the necessary design for your project to run smoothly and with quality. You can also be sure that I will not hesitate to share all the production and design files :)
If it is suitable for you, we can start immediately.