Date. ………………………
Name: …………………………………………………

Roll No. …………………………….

EXPERIMENT
Burn a Code on a Micro-controller
Objective
1...


A software window should appear like this:



Click on select on the top toolbar and select Atmel AT89C51 as shown bel...




This gives you the option on how to fill the blank space on the controller, the offset
address, loading mode and fil...
reset the controller and bring the program counter to the starting address 0x0000. The
controller can be reset by manually...
P0=0xFF;

//P0 will have a 1 logic means 5 volt. LED will be off

delay(100);

//100msec delay

}
}

Circuit Diagram:

MUR...
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×

Lab burner

291

Published on

Published in: Technology, Business
0 Comments
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total Views
291
On Slideshare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
0
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
8
Comments
0
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

Transcript of "Lab burner"

  1. 1. Date. ……………………… Name: ………………………………………………… Roll No. ……………………………. EXPERIMENT Burn a Code on a Micro-controller Objective 1. To burn a code on Atmel AT89C51 using G540 burner. 2. To interface LED with 8051 micro-controller Equipment 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. G540 Burner. 11.059 Mhz Crystal. AT89C51 Mirco-controller 10µF Capacitor. 10k ohm, 330 ohm resistors LED of any color. DC Power Supply Using G540 Burner   Connect G540 Burner with a computer using appropriate cable (USB/Serial) and install the software. It is recommended to use Windows XP (32-bit) or a 32-bit based Windows NT OS. After the installation of the software connect the G540 to your computer and run the installed software. MURAD HABIB
  2. 2.  A software window should appear like this:  Click on select on the top toolbar and select Atmel AT89C51 as shown below:  After Selection click on Load on the toolbar and locate the HEX file containing your code generated using Keil or appropriate software. After selection a file information window will be displayed like this: MURAD HABIB
  3. 3.   This gives you the option on how to fill the blank space on the controller, the offset address, loading mode and file information. After clicking OK click on Prog on the toolbar to begin the code burning sequence. The code will burn in the following sequence: -Erase -Blank -Program -Verify -Encrypt When this sequence is completed your code is successfully burned on the Microcontroller and is ready to be placed in the circuit. Interface LED with AT89C51: AT89C51 is a 40 pin microcontroller which belongs to 8051 series of microcontroller. It has four ports each of 8 bits P0, P1, P2 and P3.The AT89C51 has 4K bytes of programmable flash. The port P0 covers the pin 32 to pin 39, the port P1 covers the pin 1 to pin 8, the port P2 covers the pin 21 to pin 28 and the port P3 covers the pin 10 to pin 17. Pin 9 is the reset pin. The reset is active high. Whenever the controller is given supply, the reset pin must be given a high signal to MURAD HABIB
  4. 4. reset the controller and bring the program counter to the starting address 0x0000. The controller can be reset by manually connecting a switch or by connecting a combination of resistor and capacitor as shown in the circuit diagram. A 11.059 MHz crystal is connected between pin 18 pin 19. Pin 40 is Vcc and pin 20 is ground. Pin 31, is connected to Vcc as we are using the internal memory of the controller (see Datasheet for details). LEDs are connected to the port P0. LEDs need approximately 10mA current to flow through them in order to glow at maximum intensity. However the output of the controller is not sufficient enough to drive the LEDs, so LEDs are connected in the reverse order and they run on negative logic i.e., whenever 1 is given on any pin of the port, the LED will switch off and when logic 0 is provided the LED will glow at full intensity. As soon as we provide supply to the controller, the LEDs start blinking i.e., they become on for a certain time duration and then become off for the same time duration. This delay is provided by calling the delay function. The values inside the delay function have been set to provide a delay in multiples of millisecond (delay (100) will provide a delay of 100 millisecond).  Build the circuit on Proteus and write the code on Keil. Also generate a HEX file using keil.  Verify your circuit and code on software and then burn the HEX file on AT89C51 using G540 burner as already explained.  Implement the circuit on Breadboard and show it to your Instructor. Code: #include <reg51.h> //include directives for 8051 microcontroller void delay(int time){ //Produces delay in msec int a,b; for (a=0;a<time;a++){ for (b=0;b<1275;b++){} //1275 is due to 11.059 MHz crystal } } void main(){ while(1){ //infinite loop P0=0x00; //P0 will have a 0 logic means 0 volt. LED will glow delay(100); //100msec delay MURAD HABIB
  5. 5. P0=0xFF; //P0 will have a 1 logic means 5 volt. LED will be off delay(100); //100msec delay } } Circuit Diagram: MURAD HABIB

×