Interfacing DC Motor with PIC Microcontroller using L293D

Interfacing DC Motor with PIC Microcontroller using L293D

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This tutorial explains ” How to interface DC Motor with PIC Microcontroller ? “.

DC Motor and L293D

We can’t drive a DC Motor (depends) directly with a Microcontroller, as DC Motors requires high current and high voltage than a Microcontroller can handle. Microcontrollers usually operates at +5 or +3.3V supply and it I/O pin can provide only up to 25mA current. Commonly used DC Motors requires 12V supply and 300mA current, moreover interfacing DC Motors directly with Microcontrollers may affect the working of Microcontroller due to the Back EMF of the DC Motor. Thus it is clear that, it not a good idea to interface DC Motor directly with Microcontrollers.

The solution to above problems is to use H-bridge circuit.


Basic H-Bridge DC Motor Driving

Basic H-Bridge DC Motor Driving

It is a special circuit, by using the 4 switches we can control the direction of DC Motor. Depending upon our power requirements we can make our own H-bridge using Transistors/MOSFETs as switches. It is better to use ready made ICs, instead of making our own H-bridge.

L293D and L293 are two such ICs. These are dual H-bridge motor drivers, ie by using one IC we can control two DC Motors in both clock wise and counter clockwise directions. The L293D can provide bidirectional drive currents of up to 600-mA at voltages from 4.5 V to 36 V while L293 can provide up to 1A at same voltages. Both ICs are designed to drive inductive loads such as dc motors, bipolar stepping motors, relays and solenoids as well as other high-current or high-voltage loads in positive-supply applications. All inputs of these ICs are TTL compatible and output clamp diodes for inductive transient suppression are also provided internally. These diodes protect our circuit from the Back EMF of DC Motor.

PIN Diagram of L293D

PIN Diagram of L293D

In both ICs, drivers are enabled in pairs, with drivers 1 and 2 are enabled by a high input to 1,2EN and drivers 3 and 4 are enabled by a high input to 3,4EN. When drivers are enabled, their outputs will be active and in phase with their inputs. When drivers are disabled, their outputs will be off and will be in the high-impedance state.

Function Table of L293D

Function Table of L293D

Interfacing with PIC Microcontroller

Circuit Diagram

Interfacing DC Motor with PIC Microcontroller and L293D Circuit Diagram

Interfacing DC Motor with PIC Microcontroller and L293D Circuit Diagram

Note: VDD and VSS of the pic microcontroller is not shown in the circuit diagram. VDD should be connected to +5V and VSS to GND.

We can drive two DC Motors with one L293D, in this example we are using only the first pair of drivers to drive one DC Motor. First pair of drivers are enabled by connecting EN1 to Logic HIGH. IN1 and IN2 are connected to RB0 and RB1 of PIC Microcontroller respectively which are used to provide control signal to the DC Motor.  DC Motor is connected to OUT1 and OUT2 of the L293D.

MikroC Source Code

void main()
{
 TRISB = 0; // PORT B as output port
 PORTB = 1; // Set RB0 to high
 do
 {
   //To turn motor clockwise
   PORTB.F0 = 1;
   Delay_ms(2000);//2 seconds delay

   //To Stop motor
   PORTB = 0; // or PORTB = 3 
   Delay_ms(2000);//2 seconds delay

   //To turn motor anticlockwise direction
   PORTB.F1 = 1;
   Delay_ms(2000);//2 seconds delay

   //To Stop motor
   PORTB = 0; // or PORTB = 3 (3 = 0b00000011)
   Delay_ms(2000); // 2 seconds delay

 }while(1);
}

Control Signals and Motor Status

RB0/IN1 RB2/IN2 Motor Status
LOW LOW Stops
LOW HIGH Anti-Clockwise
HIGH LOW Clockwise
HIGH HIGH Stops

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You can download MikroC Source Code, Proteus files etc here…

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  • Ligo George says:

    while(1) is same as while true…. means infinite loop…. always running loop

  • Shani says:

    Purpose of while(1); ?

  • Ammar jadoon says:

    Sir will this code run on pic18f452 microcontroller? Plz reply fast..

  • NIHAL SADATH CM says:

    sir, how can we check whether the L293D is working or not, easily ?

  • NIHAL SADATH CM says:

    How to check L293D whether working or not ? Easily ??

  • Robert says:

    How does define PORTC.F1 ??Which pin number are defined working?
    Thank you.

  • Ligo George says:

    Your pin numbers are defined working.

  • reko says:

    Hello sir, I want to use a LCD with the same design above but I can’t seem to make it work, The program was built successfully but when I uplead the hex file and run on Proteus, nothing shows up.(I used port C as output.
    here is the code:
    sbit LCD_RS at RB4_bit;
    sbit LCD_EN at RB5_bit;
    sbit LCD_D4 at RB0_bit;
    sbit LCD_D5 at RB1_bit;
    sbit LCD_D6 at RB2_bit;
    sbit LCD_D7 at RB3_bit;
    sbit LCD_RS_Direction at TRISB2_bit;
    sbit LCD_EN_Direction at TRISB3_bit;
    sbit LCD_D4_Direction at TRISB4_bit;
    sbit LCD_D5_Direction at TRISB5_bit;
    sbit LCD_D6_Direction at TRISB6_bit;
    sbit LCD_D7_Direction at TRISB7_bit;
    void main()
    {
    CMCON = 0x07; // To turn off comparators
    ADCON1 = 0x06; // To turn off analog to digital converters
    LCD_Init();
    LCD_cmd(_LCD_CLEAR);
    LCD_cmd(_LCD_CURSOR_OFF);
    TRISC = 0; // PORT C as output port
    PORTC = 1; // Set RC0 to high
    do
    {
    //To turn motor clockwise
    PORTC.F0 = 1;
    LCD_Out(1,1,”Rotate Clockwise”);
    Delay_ms(1000); // 1 seconds delay

    //To Stop motor
    PORTC = 0; // or PORTB = 3 (3 = 0b00000011)
    Delay_ms(500); // 1/2 second delay

    //To turn motor anticlockwise direction
    PORTC.F1 = 1;
    LCD_Out(1,1,”Rotate AntiClock”);
    Delay_ms(1000); // 1 seconds delay

    //To Stop motor
    PORTC = 0; // or PORTB = 3 (3 = 0b00000011)

    Delay_ms(500); // 1/2 seconds delay

    }while(1);

    }
    please help!!
    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/3920c866020fe86138ee607a75f6965bdc67bb519d899c4e16dc909cd9ac2500.png

  • Ajith Kumar says:

    vdd should be grouned and vss should have5v

  • Yoga Sree says:

    can i use this to drive 12V, 2A Dc wiper motor along with arduino? If not can u please suggest me a IC that can work?

  • Venkatesh says:

    Dont use potentiometer for speed control use PWM instead. If still you wanna use potentiometer, add the potentiometer at the positive terminal of 12v supply (supply for motor).

  • Justin Ng Jit Qiang says:

    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/1a5c600c7ec888b59f3c2c78d943e66f5d427864e3ee2d575d6f5b3ade07311a.png

    may i know why my circuit is no working?
    i follow the exact same code

  • Mohamed Hossam Enan says:

    if i want to control the motor speed using a potentiometer what should i do

  • Isaya kephace says:

    Hi, any one who can share the idea on the microC code for allowing user to enter acertain numver of turns (rotation) and and after finish let the motor stop

  • Datta Zadpe says:

    Hello sir
    I have to rotate Motar for 1° angle .
    Wht cn i do?

  • Kishyen Raj says:

    i had downloaded the files and run the simulation in proteus with the hex file..but the motor is not spinning..why is that so?

  • Ligo George says:

    Kindly use our forums ( https://electrosome.com/forums/ ) for asking doubts outside the scope of above article.

  • karthick says:

    hello sir
    can you explain what micro controller and interfacing component can I use for my project
    I want to move my artificial leg for that I fix wheel in my shoe . i gng to give on button in my walking stick
    I want to stop moving after 3 sec after on
    what can I use ? can u explain?

  • Ligo George says:

    Yes, ofcourse you can do it. Just decrement the pwm duty cycle with a delay in a loop.

  • Are Lip says:

    how to coding use HI-Tech C

  • Raja says:

    sir i want small help i’m doing small project 2 motors controlling with PIC controller here the problem is i want to stop motors slowly with gradual decrement in speed about 5 to 6 seconds can i stop like that is there any programm for that? plz help me sir by giving your valuble reply my mail id :[email protected] sir plz im waiting for reply

  • Ligo George says:

    Please explain how you are expecting the motor to behave when you press a paticular button.

    You are making PORTB 0 when a button is pressed.. but again setting back to 1 in the loop.

  • Gagandeep Singh Khanuja says:

    I have a doubt. I am unable to drive the motors by making use of push buttons and i need your help with that.
    I am posting the code in this as well. Please guide me through.

    void main()

    {

    TRISB = 0; // PORT B as output port

    PORTB = 1; // Set RB0 to high

    TRISD.F6 = 1; //Configure 1st bit of PORTD as input

    TRISD.F7 = 1; //Configure 2st bit of PORTD as input

    do

    {

    PORTB.F0 = 1;

    Delay_ms(200);

    if(PORTD.F6 == 0)

    {

    Delay_ms(200);

    if(PORTD.F6 == 0)

    {

    PORTB = 0;

    Delay_ms(200);

    }

    }

    PORTB.F1 = 1;

    Delay_ms(2000);

    if(PORTD.F7 == 0)

    {

    Delay_ms(5);

    if(PORTD.F7 == 0)

    {

    PORTB = 0;

    Delay_ms(2000);

    }

    }

    }while(1);

    }

  • Ligo George says:

    Sorry I don’t understand your code. Please explain in detail including how your are connecting it to microcontroller.

  • sjs says:

    unable to control 2 motors simultaneously. can you tell me where exactly i am going wrong?
    here’s the code:

    void main()

    {

    TRISB=0;

    PORTB=1;

    while(1)

    {

    //To turn motor clockwise

    PORTBbits.RB0 = 1;

    PORTBbits.RB2 = 1;

    // PORTCbits.RC5 = 0;

    //PORTCbits.RC7 = 0;

    delay(2000);//2 seconds delay

    //To turn motor anticlockwise direction

    //PORTCbits.RB0 = 0;

    //PORTCbits.RB2 = 0;

    PORTBbits.RB1 = 1;

    PORTBbits.RB3 = 1;

    delay(2000);//2 seconds delay

    }

    }.

  • Ligo George says:

    Don’t you add PULL UP or PULL DOWN resistors for keypad ?

  • Ligo George says:

    1. Try increasing the DELAY
    2. For anticlockwise wise direction PORTE.F1 = 1;

    3. Check the power supply, best to use separate power supply for pic and motor.

  • Ligo George says:

    Try increasing delay.

  • Ligo George says:

    Why you need library for DC Motor ? It is very simple to drive a dc motor. No need of any libraries.

  • muqri says:

    hi, i interfacing 1293d 12v dc motor with keypad 4×4, the problem is,, when i apply 12v to the l293d.. my keypad will automatically give signal (LCD to shown password), i am using pic16f877a with mikro C.. my project about open and closed the door using keypad to log in.. can someone hep me to solve my problem… i alredy put rsistor, capacitance, but still can’t work

  • Mthendeleka Somkhele says:

    i have checked even with the original code the motor only turns in one direction

  • Mthendeleka Somkhele says:

    Greetings sir, i changed the pis where the motor is connected because i have other things connected on RTB0 and RB1 , now using RE0 and RE1 but motor only turns in one direction and does not stop. Here’s my code please help.

    void main()
    {
    TRISE = 0; // PORT B as output port
    PORTE = 1; // Set RB0 to high
    while(1){
    //To turn motor clockwise
    PORTE.F0 = 1;
    Delay_ms(2000);//2 seconds delay
    //To Stop motor
    PORTE = 0; // or PORTB = 3
    Delay_ms(2000); //2 seconds delay
    //To turn motor anticlockwise direction
    PORTE.F0 = 1;
    Delay_ms(2000);//2 seconds delay
    //To Stop motor
    PORTE = 0; // or PORTB = 3 (3 = 0b00000011)
    Delay_ms(2000); // 2 seconds delay
    }
    }

  • Mthendeleka Somkhele says:

    Motor only turns in one direction, does not change. Please help.

  • Dheeraj Dandanaik says:

    Hi , where can i find Dcmotor library??

  • Ligo George says:

    if(Switch Pressed)
    {
    PORTB = 0;
    }

  • rakib says:

    Hi sir ,

    Hare your coding auto stop, i want stop button system. i am trying but not working…

    can u help me sir…

    my code:

    void main()

    {

    TRISB = 0; // PORT B as output port

    PORTB = 1; // Set RB0 to high

    TRISD.F0 = 1; //Configure 1st bit of PORTD as input

    TRISD.F1 = 1; //Configure 2st bit of PORTD as input

    do

    {

    //To turn motor clockwise

    PORTB.F0 = 1;

    Delay_ms(200);//2 seconds delay

    //To Stop motor

    if(PORTD.F0 == 0) //If the switch is pressed

    {

    Delay_ms(5); //Switch Debounce

    if(PORTD.F0 == 0)//If the switch is still pressed

    {

    PORTB = 0; // or PORTB = 3

    Delay_ms(200);//2 seconds delay

    }

    }

    //To turn motor anticlockwise direction

    PORTB.F1 = 1;

    Delay_ms(200);//2 seconds delay

    //To Stop motor

    if(PORTD.F1 == 0) //If the switch is pressed

    {

    Delay_ms(5); //Switch Debounce

    if(PORTD.F1 == 0)//If the switch is still pressed

    {

    PORTB = 0; // or PORTB = 3 (3 = 0b00000011)

    Delay_ms(200); // 2 seconds delay

    }

    }

    }while(1);

    }

  • Ligo George says:

    It seems like your battery don’t have enough power to start the motor. Motor need high current for starting… so the voltage decreases during starting time.. But if your power supply is not capable of providing starting current… it will remain in that state.

  • divya says:

    Actually pls help anyone ..i have the same voltage drop problem..i used 9vnippo battery,but when i checked motor ouput terminals it came as 3.2 volt…y that much drop..is anything i have to modify

  • divya says:

    Me too have a same problem…i dnt know y it came lik that

  • Ligo George says:

    Sorry, I don’t understand what you are asking.
    It is RB0 and RB1 as indicated in the circuit diagram and program.

  • Alfred Mudonhi says:

    How are you Sir?Well ,l would like to ask whether you connect( RBO and RB2 )on the circuit diagram or you connect (RBO and RB1)?Thank you very much in advance.

  • Alfred Mudonhi says:

    How are you Mr George.Well,l’m doing a project on DC Motor control(Direction control as well as Breaking).l have set up the circuit you gave on this platform as well as using MikroC for the code.The problem is the circuit is operating on its own (going clockwise for some time stops a while and then goes anticlockwise).l would want to manually control the circuit to have it stop and run clockwise as well as anticlockwise under my command.My knowledge in C programming at the moment is not really that good ,so l would be very grateful if you assist me in manipulating the circuit to follow these commands(RB0:RB2)= (1,1) or (0,0) the motor stops,(1,0) it goes clockwise,(0,1) it goes anticlockwise.l have introduced Logic toggle on both RB0 and RB2).Thank you very much in advance.So if there is need for a new code,what is that l have to adjust??

  • Alfred Mudonhi says:

    How are you?l hope l found you well.l have set up the circuit as done above and used the code.The circuit is working as follows,it moves in clockwise direction and then stops and starts moving in an anticlockwise direction(its doing this automatically once l start to run proteus).l would like to manipulate it myself such that l have it move in a clockwise direction,stop it and also have it move in an anticlockwise direction.Please help me there,how can l go about that.l would very much appreciate your help.

  • Ligo George says:

    You may use 4 hours delay for that…….

  • Awa says:

    can this motor work in such a way that it comes ON atleats every 4hours?????

  • Ligo George says:

    Thank for telling us the mistake.
    The circuit diagram is correct, and that article is corrected.
    You can use any of the following compilers.
    MikroC
    CCS C
    MPLAB XC8 etc.

  • sniper71 says:

    Hi,
    First of all thnks for the tutorial, second I want to know how can I use this PIC and this IC to control the SPEED of the motor ??

  • Ligo George says:

    Sorry, I don’t have its photos.

  • Ligo George says:

    Sorry, It will be very difficult…
    You will get *.hex file after compiling the c program.

  • Ligo George says:

    Since you are using MikroC, we can the same code for 16F877A with little / no changes…
    Just change the PIC in mikroC project settings..
    I also recommend you to change the register that used for output values from PORT to LAT..

  • Endashaw Amsalu says:

    hello sir ,how can i change that languge to an assembly

  • Halim Akiki says:

    Can i see your project?

  • Halim Akiki says:

    Can you post a tutorial where we can chose the direction of rotation of a DC motor and then control it’s speed using PIC18F4550?

  • Halim Akiki says:

    ca i do it using pic18f4550?

  • sneha says:

    hii…i have a doubt about how to write a program to detect the input signal at the input port

    i mean..if a input is detected in a input port then only the program should run
    reply soon

  • KKARIM31 says:

    Hello Sir. I am doing the project titled REMOTE CONTROLLED SURVEILLANCE ROBOT. I need your help especially on how to rotate the camera using motors. Please do provide help. My email Address is: [email protected]

  • Ligo George says:

    Above project is tested and verified in proteus.

  • Matias Bianchini says:

    Thanks, i asked because I can’t simulate this one, don’t know the problem. I’ll see if I can fix it.

  • Ligo George says:

    In this tutorial we will just rotate the dc motor in clockwise and anti-clockwise directions..
    but in that one.. we are controlling the speed of dc motor using PWM.

  • Ligo George says:

    For free technical support related to above article please comment here..
    For another topics, please use our forums, http://electrosome.com/forums/
    My email :
    [email protected]

  • gopi says:

    Hi Ligo, How can i contact you, please suggest

  • Ligo George says:

    Hello,
    Please use our forum (http://electrosome.com/forums) for free technical support.

  • raviraj says:

    Hi, i am working on project spy robot using pic 18f4550 and zigbee. Please guide me

  • Ligo George says:

    What you meant by standard C ?? ANSI C ??
    There are different C compilers…. like Turbo C, Broadland C etc..
    MikroC, MPLAB XC8 C, CCS C, Hi-Tech C are the commonly used C compilers for PIC Microcontrollers…..

  • Malith says:

    bro, what are the differences between this microC code and standard C code ? I need to know that because we are not allowed to use microC in our project

  • zaf says:

    hi..can I change the ic with relay?

  • precious says:

    this is an assignment I have from my university design and discuss the digital system that uses the pwn of the pic 18f8722 microcontroller to control the speed of a dc motor ? kindly assist

  • Ligo George says:

    Please elaborate your need..

  • teketel says:

    i want to connect buck converter to the above ckt how i can

  • Egor Rat says:

    This is well done! I was wondering if you had ever had the problem where your motor voltage (12v) gets dropped when connected through the L293? I have set up a circuit to control a 9V DC motor with an L293. So my motor voltage is 9V, and my chip voltage is 5v. However, my motor voltage drops to about 3v and therefore doesn’t supply enough power for the motor. I’ve read where the chip can drop the voltage by 2-3 volts (which I could live with), but this drop is more like 6-7 volts. Thanks

  • NASYA says:

    CAN I KNOW, WHAT IS THE FUNCTION OF CRYSTAL IN THIS DIAGRAM?

  • fil says:

    can i control just one dc motor with the h-bridge?

  • Ligo George says:

    Read our stepper motor tutorials and try designing yourself..

  • cliff rayner says:

    can someone help to build a schematic diagram??
    i need to move back and forth three stepper motor in sequences.
    using only one switch,i need to move the first motor 180 degree clock wise and then move anticlockwise back to its original position. as soon as the first motor stop, the second motor will repeat the process and so does the third motor..and stopped..

  • Ligo George says:

    Yes you are right… I will work with and without that code… It is used to turn off the comparator module of PIC which uses pins RA4 and RA5……
    If you are using pins RA4 or RA5 as digital I/O, then you must disable it… otherwise it is not necessary..

  • nebloid says:

    Hi, this is a great tutorial. Could you please tell me the purpose of this line of code: CMCON = 0x07; // To turn off comparators. I have been successful in running the motor, both with and without this line of code but I am just beginning to learn C and therefore am curious about its purpose. Thanks.

  • Ligo George says:

    Yes, ofcourse… try connecting the pwm output to enable input of L293D..

  • Abdo Hbrk says:

    can I connect L293d with (ccp pin) and control the motor speed by using (pwm) ?

  • Ligo George says:

    Hello,

    It is simple.. .as output of PIR sensor is digital…

    Connect it to an input pin of pic..(similar to using switch http://electrosome.com/push-button-switch-pic-microcontroller/ ).. .. switch on the motor if motion is detected as above example..

  • Nidhi says:

    i am working on a project -Automatic sliding doors, where 2 motors are used for the movement of the door. (MCU-pic16f877a) The doors open when the PIR sensor detects movement. How do i program my mcu such that the motors work when motion is detected and stop when no motion is detected?

  • Ligo George says:

    Connect the Vss pin of L293D to 3.3V.. it is the logic voltage input of L293D….
    No other changes are required..

  • Ligo George says:

    You can connect the input pins IN3 and IN4 of L293D to PIC Microcontroller .. connect EN2 to VDD to enable second module of L293D…
    Connect the second motor to OUT3 and OUT4..

  • Shruti says:

    I am trying to use l293 with 3.3 v controller.what changes do I are o do in the above mentioned circuit

    Also does what are the limits for the enable pin? Can I directly connect it to Vcc?Or should I attach a resistor to limit the current?

  • SR says:

    How do I control two motors i.e quadruple half-H drivers using this IC ?
    Could you elaborate the output of two motors according to inputs (truth table) ?

  • Ligo George says:

    Sorry, I don’t get your question.. .Can you please elaborate..??

  • ThatGthang says:

    is there a way to send out two different signals at the same time? using this code?

  • biskot o'rio says:

    thank’s man..u are a great man..

  • Ligo George says:

    use separate power supplies for motor and pic.. with common ground… use proper filters for the power supplies…try after increasing the delay of motor rotation..

  • biskot o'rio says:

    why it won’t work when i use proteus…i don’t understand how its work..can’t u explain in details pleasee..its not function at all after i enter the source code..

  • Ligo George says:

    Hello, the about article is for controlling dc motor.. not for stepper motor..

    stepper motor can easily drive using 4 transistors… wire transistor as a switch… .. similar to that using uln.

    http://www.electrosome.com/stepper-motor-pic-microcontroller/

  • Tom Soya says:

    How can i control stepper motor using transistors?

  • Ligo George says:

    You can connect it to any port…. but it should be configured as input by writing to tris register…….. If you need to use PORTA, it should be configured as digital pin by writing to ADCON register..

  • schumey says:

    if i add a switch, which port need to connect with? and need to set as input right?

  • Ligo George says:

    Nop, you should use a driver..

  • Bam293 says:

    can i using other PIC ? to replace the L293D

  • Ligo George says:

    Hello, the program is very simple……. combine the above program and push button switch program…. Try it yourself… It is very simple…

  • cliff rayner says:

    can u design this circuit where it is operate using only one switch to automatically move the motor clockwise and after 5 seconds the motor automatically rotate anticlockwise back to its original position..?

  • Dhanaraj says:

    give me the code to generate pmw signal with the values from adc of pic in mikro c

  • Ligo George says:

    F0 means the zero th bit of that port. (PORTB).. F1 means first bit.. F2 means second bit and so on..

  • shri says:

    in the source code PORTB.F0=1 what that F0 means?

  • Ligo George says:

    18F pic microcontrollers have 2 seperate registers for reading and writing data to and from the port… use LAT register to write data.. (output) and use PORT register to read data………..
    Use TRIS register to set direction as in above article…

  • rishi says:

    When my Project board has a pic 18x with a darlington array what all changes do i have to make to the circuit to interface a dc motor 12 v with the project board knowing that the outputs of the project board are via the darlington array ?

  • Ligo George says:

    You can download all the codes associated with this article from the above download link.

  • sairamya says:

    can u give us the embedded code for this

  • Ligo George says:

    Try after increasing the delay.. 500ms delay is too small for getting a response from DC Motor..

  • sasan says:

    I do

    include
    #use delay(clock = 4000000)
    #FUSES XT,NOWDT,NOPROTECT,NOPUT
    #BYTE port_b =0x06

    void main(void)
    {
    SET_TRIS_a(255);
    set_tris_b(0);
    output_b (0);
    while(True)
    {
    if(input(pin_A3)==1){
    output_high(pin_b0);
    output_low(pin_b1);
    output_high(pin_b4);
    //delay_ms(500);
    }

    if(input(pin_A1)==1){
    output_low(pin_b0);
    output_low(pin_b1);
    output_low(pin_b4);
    //delay_ms(500);
    }

    if(input(pin_A0)==1){
    output_low(pin_b0);
    output_high(pin_b1);
    output_high(pin_b4);
    //delay_ms(500);
    }

    if (input(pin_A2)==1){
    output_low(pin_b0);
    output_low(pin_b1);
    output_low(pin_b4);
    // delay_ms(500);
    }

    }
    }

    this one work in isis but on circuit don’t work

  • Ligo George says:

    Read the tutorial, of using Push Button Switch with PIC Microcontroller..
    If(switch 1 is on)
    {
    steps to on the motor
    }
    if(switch 2 is on)
    {
    steps to off the motor
    }

  • sasan says:

    Hi Ligo George

    I have one question…i want build one circuit with pic 16f84a with dc motor..but i want add two switch as sensor or finish and start motor …how can do ?

    regards

  • Ligo George says:

    Set a pin as input and connect a switch to it..
    http://www.electrosome.com/push-button-switch-pic-microcontroller/

    then use if statement to set the direction..

  • yap says:

    how to control the direction forward reverse of motor using switch button?

  • yap says:

    how to control the direction forward reverse of motor using switch button?

  • Ligo George says:

    We need to make some modifications… due to change in registers,,
    To set direction of each io pin use TRIS register, to read data from io pins use PORT register but for writing data to io pins use LAT register…

  • polik says:

    does it requires different code if i’m using PIC 18F4550??

  • Ligo George says:

    Connect the sensor to any of the pins and configure it as input pin and read data through that pin..

  • sasan says:

    hi all..how can add sensors for this circuit ..for control garage door ?
    thanks

  • nish says:

    Sorry pwm i meant

  • nish says:

    Wer I can find code for generating pwmn of varying duty cycle?

  • Ligo George says:

    First login and click on the download link at the bottom of the article.

  • jaycee says:

    how can i daownload the proteusfiles sir?

  • Ligo George says:

    You… can connect two motors to a L293D……..

    You can use EN2, IN3, IN4, OUT3, OUT4 terminals for connecting second motor..

  • Ankit Sarkar says:

    How to control L293D IC if 2 motors are connected? and how the bot will go left and right?

  • Ligo George says:

    You can use two L293D’s for that………. with one L293D you can control 2 dc motors…

  • peejay says:

    hi i have 3 dc motors to be controlled in a system separately ie. switch 1 for dc motor A, switch 2 for DC motor B and so on… how to interface them in a MCU based system? could you give me a hint sir please im willing to learn more thanks

  • Ligo George says:

    The speed of a DC Motor is proportional to the voltage supplied to it…………….

    By using PWM you can change the average voltage delivered to the DC Motor.

    You may use the inbuilt PWM generators in PIC Microcontroller……

  • Teronko says:

    how does pulse width modulation work and how is the c code controlling speed of dc motor?
     

  • Ligo George says:

    You must be register and login to download the file…………
    you can login or register at http://www.electrosome.com/wp-login.php

    Download Link : http://www.electrosome.com/wp-content/plugins/download-monitor/download.php?id=9

  • Pmahao6 says:

    how do i download MikroC source code

  • Ligo George says:

    In simple way: Replace Joystick switches ……

    You can control the speed of DC Motor using Pulse Width Modulation…

  • Hd086 says:

    hey , i have 2 DC motors and ned to control them by joystic , to control the motion and speed , how u can help 

  • Ligo George says:

    What DC motor…??…….12V ……..??

    If you are dealing with higher voltages, it is better to use RELAY……….Connect your motor and heater through relay…..

  • Mr_ranie says:

    if i want to use 1motor , 1 heather, can i use this circuit.

  • lijoppans says:

    You can use Pulse Width Modulation to control the speed of the DC Motor. Use Enable pins (EN1 and EN2) of L293D for this. Note: The switching frequency at enable pins of L293D must be below 5KHz

  • Cyril3142 says:

    How can i controll the speed of the motor?


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