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SCHOOL OF ENGINEERNG AND TECHNOLOGY(SET) DEPARTMENT OF MECHATRONICS ENGINEERING LAB MANUAL MICROPROCESSORS AND MICROCONTROLLERS (MC1530) B.Tech (MECHATRONICS ENGINEERING) III Year, V Semester S.No. Contents Page No.

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I Evaluation Scheme 3 II Do’s and Don’ts 3 III Laboratory Instructions 3 IV Introduction to Laboratory components 5 MODULE-I (8085 Trainer kit) V Demonstration Program 8 Experiment 1: Subtraction of two 8 bit numbers and addition of two 16 bit numbers 10 Experiment 2: Multiplication of two 8 bit numbers 18 Experiment 3: Array sorting 22 Experiment 4:To find the Largest and Smallest Element in an array Experiment 5:Addition of ‘n’ numbers in an array Experiment 6: Code conversion 25 Experiment 7: Generate sum of Fibbonacci series and factorial of 8 bit number 29 Experiment 8: Separation of hexadecimal number into two digits and Combination of two hex nibbles to from one byte number 33 VII MODULE-II (8051 Trainer kit) Experiment 7: Hexadecimal Addition and subtraction of two 8 bit numbers. 35 Experiment 8: Hexadecimal division and multiplication 36 Experiment 9: Logical operations 37 Experiment 10: Flashing characters on LCD screen 38 Demo 1: ADC/DAC interfacing, keyboard interfacing and LCD interfacing Demo 2: Stepper motor interfacing and Seven segment display
I. Evaluation Scheme Class: V Semester B.Tech. Evaluation Branch: Mechatronics Schedule per Week Practical Hrs : 2 hr/week Evaluation scheme followed as per lab session Viva-voce taken at each lab session (Internal) Main Examination Time = Three (3) Hours Maximum Marks = 100 [Internal (60) & External (40)] II. DO’S AND DONT’S DO’S: Students should get the record of previous experiment checked before starting the new experiment. Read the manual carefully before starting the experiment. Before switching on the power supply, get the circuit connections checked. Get your readings checked by the teacher. Apparatus must be handled carefully. Maintain strict discipline. Keep your mobile phone switched off or in vibration mode. Students should get the experiment allotted for next turn, before leaving the lab. DONT’S: Do not touch or attempt to touch the main power supply wire with bare hands. Do not overcrowd the tables. Do not tamper the equipments. Do not leave the lab without prior permission from the teacher. III. Instructions to the Students General Instructions Maintain separate observation copy for each laboratory. Observations or readings should be taken only in the observation copy. Get the readings counter signed by the faculty after the completion of the experiment. Maintain Index column in the observation copy and get the signature of the faculty before leaving the lab.

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Before Entering the Lab The previous experiment should have been written in the practical file, without which the students will not be allowed to enter the lab.
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