Discussion in "Project Help" started by    cerouno    Jun 16, 2020.
Tue Jun 16 2020, 05:28 PM
#1
I am working on Smart parking project.
Here is my schematic.
I sent this to my professor and he said it is not right, i am not sure why. Also he said if i connect this to power source it will burn the source.
I am new at this so i really need help.
What am i doin wrong?




[ Edited Wed Jun 17 2020, 10:07 PM ]
Wed Jun 17 2020, 02:01 AM
#2
Take another look at the power supply to the LCD.
A reset button is handy for testing.
If the supply is no more than five volts, I don't see why the supply,
or anything else, would burn out.
I might have missed something.
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Wed Jun 17 2020, 10:37 AM
#3


Take another look at the power supply to the LCD.
A reset button is handy for testing.
If the supply is no more than five volts, I don't see why the supply,
or anything else, would burn out.
I might have missed something.

ExperimenterUK



It is about capacitor? i should put it between Vcc and gnd?
Dont understand what is wrong with reset.
Voltage source is 5V. Should i use voltage regulator?
Wed Jun 17 2020, 09:42 PM
#4


It is about capacitor? i should put it between Vcc and gnd?


Yes.


I Dont understand what is wrong with reset.


There is nothing wrong with your reset.
It is just that you need to turn the power off to reset the circuit.
If you add a push button you can do a reset while leaving the power on.
Sometimes that is useful for testing and programming.


Voltage source is 5V. Should i use voltage regulator?



No a five volt supply is fine.
I was just looking for reasons why your professor might be was worried.
He might think your supply is more than five volts.


[ Edited Wed Jun 17 2020, 09:45 PM ]

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