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Connect your MS-DOS/Windows PC to the real world with this bestselling book! Control stepper motors, turn appliances on and off, monitor fluid levels, control a home security system, convert thermometer readings to digital values, detect magnetic fields, and do other useful stuff with the circuits and software found in this book. All circuits connect directly to the parallel printer port of your PC — you don't have to modify your PC in any way. Each circuit is complete with a schematic, description of circuit theory and operation, a parts list, construction and usage tips, and full source code in C, Basic, and Pascal for the controlling software. You can use each circuit "as is" or modify it for your particular needs. Do as thousands and thousands of others around the world have done — add this book to your electronics reference library! Over 200 large-format pages plus HD floppy disk.

-controlling stepper and servo motors

-generating audio tones and speech

-converting input voltages to binary values

Synopsis:

Connect your MS-DOS/Windows PC to the real world with this bestselling book! Control stepper motors, turn appliances on and off, monitor fluid levels, control a home security system, convert thermometer readings to digital values, detect magnetic fields, and do other useful stuff with the circuits and software found in this book. All circuits connect directly to the parallel printer port of your PC—you don't have to modify your PC in any way. Each circuit is complete with a schematic, description of circuit theory and operation, a parts list, construction and usage tips, and full source code in C, Basic, and Pascal for the controlling software. You can use each circuit "as is" or modify it for your particular needs. Do as thousands and thousands of others around the world have done—add this book to your electronics reference library! Over 200 large-format pages plus HD floppy disk.

-controlling stepper and servo motors

-generating audio tones and speech

-converting input voltages to binary values

About the Author

Paul Bergsman has taught electronics for over 20 years and has years of experience interfacing real-world devices with computers. He attended Temple University to study electronics and later received a Bachelor of Arts in secondary education from Temple. He regards this book as a union of the two camps of programmers and "hardware hackers."

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Display Devices

Chapter 2: Control of Real-World Devices

Chapter 3: Motor Control

Chapter 4: Digital Inputs

Chapter 5: Analog Inputs

Product Details

ISBN:
9781878707154
Introduction:
Bergsman, Paul
Author:
Bergsman, Paul
Introduction by:
Bergsman, Paul
Introduction:
Bergsman, Paul
Author:
Bergsman, Paul
Publisher:
Newnes
Location:
Solana Beach, CA :
Subject:
Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Subject:
Technology
Subject:
Reference - General
Subject:
Microcomputers
Subject:
Peripherals
Subject:
Microcomputers -- Programming.
Subject:
Interface circuits.
Subject:
Hardware - Peripherals
Subject:
Computers Reference-Beginning and Reference
Copyright:
Series Volume:
no. HCFA
Publication Date:
19940531
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Yes
Pages:
268
Dimensions:
28 cm. +

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"Synopsis" by , Connect your MS-DOS/Windows PC to the real world with this bestselling book! Control stepper motors, turn appliances on and off, monitor fluid levels, control a home security system, convert thermometer readings to digital values, detect magnetic fields, and do other useful stuff with the circuits and software found in this book. All circuits connect directly to the parallel printer port of your PC—you don't have to modify your PC in any way. Each circuit is complete with a schematic, description of circuit theory and operation, a parts list, construction and usage tips, and full source code in C, Basic, and Pascal for the controlling software. You can use each circuit "as is" or modify it for your particular needs. Do as thousands and thousands of others around the world have done—add this book to your electronics reference library! Over 200 large-format pages plus HD floppy disk.

-controlling stepper and servo motors

-generating audio tones and speech

-converting input voltages to binary values

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