Microcontroller based Code Look

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ConstruCtion 58 • August 2006 • electronics for you w w w . e f y m A g . c o m CMYK  K. S. SANKAR MicRocoNtRolleR-bASed code l ocK SUNIL KUMAR C ode locks can be constructed using digital and timer ICs em- ploying pushbuttons or keypads for entering the code for authentication and operation of the code lock. How- ever such circuits would require a large number of ICs. On the other hand a microcon- troller-based code lock will require very few peripheral components. With the cost of microcontrollers now dropping to the equivalent cost of ap- proximately four digital ICs it makes sense to design simple logic circuits using microcontrollers and free version of programming languages. Although free-version-language code length is normally limited to around 2 kB but that is adequate for small projects like this one. This simple code lock project is based on a 20-pin ATMEL microcon- troller AT89C2051. It employs a 4-digit sequential code with time-out security feature. In addition to the microcon- troller the circuit uses a single ad- ditional IC CD4050 and a transistor to drive a relay. Although the project uses a liquid-crystal display LCD it is useful for design and developmental purpose only and is not really an es- sential part of the circuit. The same can be removed from the circuit without any change in the software. As regards LCD modules these are available in 14- or 16-pin packages. The 16-pin variety has an additional back- light option. Popular brands available in India are Lampex Hantronix and Hitachi. Most other models also have the same pin confguration. The model used in this project is Lampex LM16200 16-character×2-line alphanumeric dot-matrix display with backlight op- tion. However you may also use any other branded/unbranded LCD for the purpose. circuit description As already mentioned the project makes use of ATMEL AT89C2051 mi- crocontroller in 20-pin DIP package which supports 2 kB of fash-based program memory. A 6MHz crystal is used for providing the clock. Port-1 of the microcontroller is used to drive the LCD in 4-bit mode with 10-kilo-ohm pull-up resistors. The 10-kilo-ohm potentiometer controls the contrast of the LCD panel. It works better when its wiper is nearer to ground potential. Timer 0 of 89C2051 is used as an internal counter that increments a vari- able every second. This variable is used in the project to time out the delay for entering the code. After initialisation the software Fig. 1: Circuit of microcontroller-based code lock

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ConstruCtion 60 • August 2006 • electronics for you w w w . e f y m A g . c o m CMYK switches on ‘Ready’ LED and waits for a 4-digit code to be entered. The valid code for this project is ‘1324.’ The code is entered using the seven input switches that are connected to port- Parts List Semiconductors: IC1 - AT89C2051 microcontroller IC2 - CD4050 non-inverting buffer IC3 - 7805 +5V regulator T1 - 2N2222 npn transistor D1-D5 - 1N4007 rectifer diode LED1-LED3 - 5mm LED Resistors all ¼-watt ±5 carbon: R1 R2 R4 - 220-ohm R3 - 150-ohm R5 - 10-kilo-ohm RNW1 RNW2 - 10-kilo-ohm resistor network VR1 - 10-kilo-ohm preset Capacitors: C1 - 10µF 16V electrolytic C2 C3 - 22pF ceramic disk C4 C6 - 0.1µF ceramic disk C5 - 1000 µF 25V electrolytic Miscellaneous: X TAL - 6MHz crystal RL1 - 5V 100-ohm 1C/O re- lay S1- S8 - Push-to-on switch S9 - On/off switch X1 - 230V AC primary to 9V 250mA secondary transformer - 16-character×2-line LCD male-53 pins used - Bergstick connector female- 36 pins used - 1m long 4-core ribbon 3. Port-3 does not have the bit ‘P3.6’ and hence the same is ignored by the software. Two LEDs at port-1 are inter- faced to P1.0 and P1.1 pins to provide ‘Ready’ and ‘Relay On’ indication via respective LEDs. The P1.1 line is also interfaced to relay driver transistor T1 through a buf- fer to switch on a 12V relay which can activate an electrically operated lock. Timer 0 is started on the first keystroke to validate the remaining three digits provided these digits are entered within fve seconds. If not the software loops back to the initial state. After three unsuccess- ful attempts the circuit will wait for about 10 seconds before accepting the next keystroke to avoid unwanted tampering attempts. All these timings can be changed through the software program to suit your specifc require - ments. Power supply Fig. 2. A con- ventional regulated power supply circuit employing a step-down transformer followed by bridge rec- tifier smoothing capacitor and 5V regulator is used to meet the supply requirement for the code lock circuit shown in Fig. 1. Fig. 2: Power supply Fig. 3: Actual-size single-side PCB of microcontroller-based code lock Fig. 4: Component layout for the PCB

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ConstruCtion 62 • August 2006 • electronics for you w w w . e f y m A g . c o m CMYK An actual-size PCB layout for the code-lock including the power supply is shown in Fig. 3 and its component layout in Fig. 4. the software The software is written using BAS- COM-51. You may fnd details about it in my article ‘Real-Time Clock Using Microcontroller’ published in Jan. 2005 issue of EFY magazine. The source code fle ‘EFYCLOCK.BAS’ EFYCLOCK.BAS ‘ pass 1 4 2 8 bin 1324 decimal crystal 6000000 regfle “89c2051.dat” Dim I As Byte Dim K4 As Byte Dim Pass4 As Byte Dim Key As Byte Dim Invalid_pass As Bit Dim Sec_count As Byte Dim Clock_word As Word Dim Passtime As Byte Dim Attempts As Byte Dim Maxattempts As Byte Ready_led Alias P1.0 Relay_out Alias P1.1 For I 1 To 4 Ki 0 Next I Pass1 1 Pass2 3 Pass3 2 Pass4 4 Sec_count 0 Passtime 5 Attempts 0 Maxattempts 3 Confg Lcd 16 2 Confg Lcdpin Pin Db4 P1.4 Db5 P1.5 Db6 P1.6 Db7 P1.7 E P1.3 Rs P1.2 ‘port 1 P1 0 P3 255 Confg Timer0 Timer Gate Internal Mode 2 ‘Timer0 use timer 0 ‘Gate Internal no external interrupt ‘Mode 2 8 bit auto reload ‘ set t0 internal interrupt 2000 times a sec On Timer0 Timer_0_overfow_int Load Timer0 250 Priority Set Timer0 Enable Interrupts Enable Timer0 Begin: If Attempts Maxattempts Then Locate 0 0 : Lcd Maxattempts “ attempts over” Locate 2 0 : Lcd “try after 10 seconds” Attempts 0 Gosub Trylater End If Sec_count 0 For I 1 To 4 Ki 0 Next I Cls Cursor On Blink ‘clear the LCD display Lcd “Enter Pass:” ‘display this at the top line Ready_led 1 For I 1 To 4 While 1 1 If Sec_count Passtime Then Exit For End If If P3 255 Then ‘ some key pressed - check it If I 1 Then ‘ start timer0 on frst keystroke Sec_count 0 Start Timer0 End If Key P3 ‘ wait for key release While Key P3 Wend Ki 255 - Key If Ki 1 Then Goto Lcd_out End If If Ki 2 Then Goto Lcd_out End If If Ki 4 Then Ki 3 Goto Lcd_out End If If Ki 8 Then Ki 4 Goto Lcd_out End If If Ki 16 Then Ki 5 Goto Lcd_out End If If Ki 32 Then Ki 6 Goto Lcd_out End If If Ki 128 Then Ki 7 Goto Lcd_out End If ‘ invalid key combination Keyi 0 Lcd_out: Lcd Ki Waitms 30 Exit While End If Wend Next I Ready_led 0 Stop Timer0 ‘ check if time over If Sec_count Passtime Then Locate 2 0 : Lcd “time over” Incr Attempts Gosub Error_fash Wait 1 Goto Begin End If ‘ check valdity Invalid_pass 0 For I 1 To 4 If Ki Passi Then Invalid_pass 1 End If Next I If Invalid_pass 1 Then Goto Invalid End If Valid: Locate 2 0 : Lcd “valid password” Relay_out 1 Wait 3 Relay_out 0 Goto Begin Invalid: Locate 2 0 : Lcd “invalid” Gosub Error_fash Incr Attempts Wait 1 Goto Begin Trylater: ‘ wait for 10 seconds For I 1 To 10 Wait 1 Key P3 Key 255 - Key If Key 3 Then Exit For End If Next I Wait 2 Return Error_fash: For I 1 To 10 Ready_led Ready_led Xor 1 Waitms 100 Next I Ready_led 0 Return ‘ interrupt subroutine ———————— Timer_0_overfow_int: ‘ program comes here 2000 times a sec with a 6mhz xtal Incr Clock_word If Clock_word 2000 Then Clock_word 0 Incr Sec_count End If Return End  for the project in BASCOM-51 is given at the end of the article. Although the program is self-explanatory you need to be aware of BASCOM51 compiler directives and syntax of statements which are available within the help menu of BASCOM compiler. BAS- COM contains a lot of statements to control various peripherals including the LCD. The BOSCOM compiler/IDE can be used to generate a hex fle which should be ‘burnt’ into the chip using any universal programmer. The hex code of the program is only 1.5k long while AT89C2051 microcontroller can take up to 2k of code. This program may be modifed to suit your specifc requirement. EFY note. All fles pertaining to this project have been carried in this month’s EFY-CD while BASCOM-8051 package has already been included in the EFY-CD for May 2005.

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