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Microontroller ATMEL 89C51 project

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waterlevel indicator LCD by using Microontroller ATMEL 89C51

waterlevel indicator LCD by using Microontroller ATMEL 89C51

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  • 1. // Program to make a Liquid level indicator using LCD #include<reg51.h> sbit rs=P1^0; //register select pin sbit rw=P1^1; //read/write pin sbit e=P1^2; //enable pin sbit motor=P1^3; sbit quat=P3^0; //pin connected to quater level of tank sbit half=P3^1; //pin connected to half level of tank sbit quat_3=P3^2; //pin connected to three -fourth level of tank sbit full=P3^3; //pin connected to full level of tank sbit spkr_on=P3^4; sbit spkr_off=P3^5; // pin to off speaker void delay(int k) //delay function { int i,j; for(i=0;i<k;i++) for(j=0;j<1275;j++); } void write(int j) //write function { rs=1; //selecting command register rw=0; //selecting to write P2=j; //putting value on the pins e=1; //strobe the enable pin delay(1); e=0;
  • 2. return; } void cmd(int j) //command function { P2=j; //put the value on pins rs=0; //selecting command register rw=0; //selecting to write e=1; //strobe enable pin delay(1); e=0; return; } void puts(char *a) //puts function to print a string { unsigned int p=0; for(;a[p]!=0;p++) write(a[p]); } void lcd_init(void) // function to initialise the LCD { cmd(0x38); //setting 8-bit interface, 2 lines, 5*7 Pixels delay(1); cmd(0x0e); //turning on underline visible cursor delay(1);
  • 3. cmd(0x01); //clearing screen cmd(0x80); //moving cursor to the begining of line 1 of LCD } void main() { quat=half=quat_3=full=spkr_off=1; //configuring as input pins quat=half=quat_3=full=spkr_off=0; //lowering input pins spkr_on=1; // making speaker on pin high,as it works on negative logic motor=1; while(1) { while(quat==0&&half==0&&quat_3==0&&full==0&&spkr_off==0) //condition when tank is empty { lcd_init(); // initialising LCD puts("VACANT"); //printing VACANT on lcd motor=1; delay(200); } while(quat==1&&half==0&&quat_3==0&&full==0&&spkr_off==0) //condition when tank is quater { motor=1; lcd_init(); puts("QUATER"); //printing QUATER on lcd delay(200); } while(quat==1&&half==1&&quat_3==0&&full==0&&spkr_off==0) //condition when tank is half
  • 4. { lcd_init(); puts("HALF"); //printing HALF on lcd motor=1; delay(200); } while(quat==1&&half==1&&quat_3==1&&full==0&&spkr_off==0) //condition when tank is three-fourth { lcd_init(); puts("3/4 FULL"); //printing 3/4 FULL on lcd motor=1; delay(200); } while(quat==1&&half==1&&quat_3==1&&full==1&&spkr_off==0) //condition when tank is full { lcd_init(); puts("FULL;Motor off "); //printing FULL;CLOSE TAP on lcd spkr_on=0;// Enabling speaker motor =0; delay(200); } while(quat==1&&half==1&&quat_3==1&&full==1&&spkr_on==0&&spkr_off==1)//enabling high speaker_off pin { spkr_on=1;//disabling speaker motor=0;
  • 5. } } }