Discussion in "8051 Discussion Forum" started by    SAMEET    Aug 29, 2009.
Sat Aug 29 2009, 02:48 PM
#1
i require code for 5 sec delay using timer interrupt 0 in 16-bit mode in assembly language for 89s51.
Sun Aug 30 2009, 10:44 AM
#2
well i explained many times..

create 50ms timer and then use a counter to count 100. coz 100*50 = 5000ms = 5sec
Sun Aug 30 2009, 03:14 PM
#3
my friend i wannna do it using timer interrupt and hope u give me program for that.
Sun Aug 30 2009, 07:42 PM
#4
Well i cant give your a program, but you can do that in interrupt.. just add the counter logic in interrupt routine.

write something yourself, i will rectify it incase of any errors. unless you try you wont learn.
Mon Aug 31 2009, 07:33 AM
#5
Let me explain you the steps to perform Timer interrupt0:-
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1. Enter "IE" reg. value to initialize the timer0 interrupt.
2. Enter the "TMOD" reg. value to select the timer0 with 16-bit mode.
3.Enter the values at "TH0 & TL0" as per the time delay you requested.
ex:-If 12MHz XTAL connected means, the constant time delay taken between each count is 1┬Ásec. Else if 24MHz XTAL means, then 0.5┬Ásec is the constant time delay.
4. Start the timer0.
5. Write the ISR program under the pre-defined Timer interrupt 0 address.
Mon Aug 31 2009, 11:33 AM
#6
MR GOPI AND AJAY

I AM SENDING U MY PROGRAM USING ADC 0804 HERE I AM DISPLAYING 336V WITH THREE 7 SEGMENT DISPLAY.

SO WHEN I MAKE MY MACHINE ON DURING CAPACITOR TAKES 3 SECONDS TO CHARGE UPTO 336V
SO I NEED TO PUT DELAY FOR 5 SEC TO ALLOW NOT TO GET OL ERROR AROUND 220V TO 200V WHEN I PROVIDE SUPPLY. FOR FIRST TIME U WILL BE ABLE TO GET IT AND I WANNA USE TIMER INTERRUPT TO CHECK OL VOLTAGE AFTER EVERY 5 SEC. I AM ATTACHING MY PROGRAM WITH THE HELP OF TIMER VERIFY WHETHER I AM CORRECT.
Tue Sep 01 2009, 04:34 AM
#7
I didnt see any attachment here???????????????
Tue Sep 01 2009, 03:59 PM
#8
hiiiiiiiii this is program
Wed Sep 02 2009, 07:50 AM
#9
Where is it????????
Wed Sep 02 2009, 08:04 AM
#10
Ok Buddy. I am sending one reference code where a set of leds connected to PORT1 has to be blinked for every 1sec using timer0 interrupt with 16-bit mode. The XTAL used is 11.0592.

                     temp data 40h
                     cnt    data 00h

                      org 00h
                      ljmp main

                      org 0bh
                      clr tr0
                      djnz cnt,down
                      mov cnt,#14
                      mov a,temp
                      cpl a
                      mov temp,a
                      mov P1,temp
                      mov th0,#0
                      mov tl0,#0
down:            setb tr0
                      reti

main:             mov cnt,#14
                     mov temp,#55h
                      mov tmod,#01h
                      mov th0,#0
                      mov tl0,#0
                      mov ie,#82h
                      setb tr0
                      sjmp $


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