8 Channel USB GPIO Module with Visual Basic 6

Test your 8 Channel USB card assembled with microchip processor type PIC18F14K50 through application program developed in Visual Basic 6.

Download VB-6 Code, Application File GPIO.exe & Circuit Diagram of PIC18F14K50 from following Web Link
http://www.areptone.com/vb6/

http://www.areptone.com/vb6/AEPGPIO.exe

http://areptone.com/vb6/AEPSMS.zip

http://www.areptone.com/vb6/AEPGPIO.pdf

http://www.areptone.com/aep/usbgpio.JPG

http://www.areptone.com/vb6/circuit-pic18f14k50.JPG

http://www.numato.com/8-channel-usb-gpio-module

Adeeb Raza
M/s Areptone Electronic Products.
Allahabad (U.P) INDIA

About adeebraza1236

I am an electronic instrumentation engineer by profession but I am working as a design engineer. I can design electronic hardware interface circuits for computer based security system, Computer based industrial control system for automation and process control Etc. My Interests: Electronics Circuit designing with PCB Designing, Computer software development using VB & C , PC based security system, Designing LED Lights, UPS, Inverter Etc
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2 Responses to 8 Channel USB GPIO Module with Visual Basic 6

  1. Marv Zolt says:

    Kudos for the great work!! , I am new to electronics, so I apologize in advance for my dumb questions, I am going to use the numato one in your usbgpio.JPG diagram what kind of led do you use ?, can I use any kind of led ?, do I need to place a resistor in there ?(if so where and what kind).
    Thanks for your help any extra tips or links for help will be greatly appreciated.

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