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WiCard - Smart Programmable WiFi Controller Module

WiFi controllable robot 1 - WiCard

How To Make A WiFi Controllable Robot

In this article I want to show you how to make a WiFi controllable robot. For making this robot my target was using of everything that I have and I didn’t want to buy any more parts. So I’ve used some old parts and discarded stuff.

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The Benefits Of Using WiCard

In this article I am going to write about the benefits of using WiCard. Also I am going to compare WiCard programmable WiFi controller module with the other programmable WiFi controller modules.

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Make Your Own WiCard On A Breadboard

Like “Arduino”, you can make your own WiCard on a breadboard. If you want to make WiCard on a breadboard before making the PCB, all you need is some resistors and capacitors, a breadboard, wires, an ATMega8a (DIP), an ESP8266 module (with a 32 Megabit flash memory).   The Schematic Here’s the connections guide:  …
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WiCard Timer (+Tutorial Video)

WiCard 32 Bit Timer There’s a 32 bit timer counter in WiCard WiFi module. The timer calls its handler function whenever its counter reaches to 0. The unit of the timer counter is micro second (uS). This feature in the current revision is limited. So the real time unit is 1000 uS. That means the…
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WiCard ADC (+Tutorial Video)

WiCard ADC (Analogue to Digital Converter) There are 22 lines of the pins available for the user to program in WiCard WiFi module. 8 of these lines can be set as “Analogue to Digital Converter” (ADC) input. PIN Port Bit Analogue to Digital Converter A01 VCC 3.3v A02 Ground A03 0 A04 1 A05 2…
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WiCard PCInt (+Tutorial Video)

WiCard PCInt (Pin Change Interrupt) There are 22 lines of the pins available for the user to program. You can set 20 of these lines as logical input (GPI) and interrupt (PCInt). Also you can set 19 of them as logical output (GPIO). PIN PortBit Rising Edge Interrupt Falling Edge Interrupt A01 VCC 3.3v A02…
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WiCard GPIO (+Tutorial Video)

WiCard GPIO (General Purpose Input Output) There are 22 lines of the pins available for the user to program. 20 of these lines can be set as logical input (GPI) and interrupt (PCInt). Furthermore 19 of them can be set as logical output (GPIO). PIN Port Bit Input Output A01 VCC 3.3v A02 Ground A03…
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WiCard Configuration And Settings (+Tutorial Video)

WiCard Configuration, Settings and Internal Page Every WiCard has an internal page for settings, program and configuring the module. The default page address is In this article we talked about how to configure your WiCard module. Also watch the tutorial video.   First Configuration To turning the WiCard on, plug both VCCs (A1,B15) to…
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WiCard PWM (+Tutorial Video)

WiCard PWM (Pulse Width Modulator) The WiCard has 19 PWM lines which are able to be set at the same time. The following table shows which pins are able to be set as PWM: PIN PortBit Pulse Width Modulator Output A01 VCC 3.3v A02 Ground A03 0 * A04 1 * A05 2 * A06…
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WiCard SSM (Square Signal Modulator)

WiCard SSM (Square Signal Modulator) Square Signal Modulator or “SSM” is a function which generates square signal pulses with carrier signals. One of the most useful application of Square Signal Modulator is “Infrared Remote Controllers”. The WiCard has 19 lines which you can set as SSM channel. But only one channel can execute Square Signal…
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