Portable LCR meter on PIC microcontroller

LCR meters are included in professional measuring instruments are quite expensive to purchase. So if you need one and don’t want to spend too much money on that – the only way is to build one.

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This LCR meter is based on dsPIC30F4012 microcontroller. Device can be used to analyze the analog performance of any analog device. LCR meter combines various techniques like DDS signal generation, DSP algorithms to evaluate analog signal properties. Information is displayed on graphical LCD. Project description can be downloaded here [MT1769_Abstract].

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  2. dear sir
    please could you send me the pic microcontroller LCR meter project ,schematic,pcb and programme code.
    Thanks and regards
    Gopal raju

  3. sir could you send the circuit and program for microcontoller lcr meter

  4. sir please send to email the circuit and program LCR meter

    help me please…….

  5. greetings.
    could you email me the pic microcontroller LCR meter
    project schematic, theory of eperation and source code.
    Thanks

    regards:
    Kenneth

  6. Hi,
    Could you please e-mail me the LCR meter project: circuit,description and complete code.

    Regards
    Tman

  7. dear sir

    please could you send me the pic16f628a microcontroller LCR meter project ,schematic,pcb and programme code.

    Thanks and regards
    Jr

  8. i would looooove to build that LCR meter.. :o)

    please send me the schematics, PCB and whatever you have… niiiice piece of kit !..

  9. Any chance of a published schematic for the LC circuit? It’s a very nice looking kit and would make a lovely project.
    Is it possible to have the schematic via email?

  10. Sorry, the original source has been gone. If I find alternative link, I will definitelly publish it here.

  11. I found it here: http://www.youritronics.com/dspic30f4012-diy-lcr-meter/ …and there are some more links over the net,

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