Hello friends, few day ago I have posted a tutorial on how to do Arduino Simulation in Proteus. In that post, we have used an Arduino Library for Proteus but as this library is in its initial phases that’s why currently it supports only three basic Arduino boards which are Arduino UNO, Arduino Mega2560 and Arduino Mega1280. But as we know there are numerous Arduino boards which are used these days. So, I searched a little and I came across this amazing Arduino Lilypad Library for Proteus which has the support for few other arduino boards, so I thought to share it with you guys. I have tested this library myself as always and its 100% working. I have tested it on Proteus 7 and I think it will work fine on Proteus 8 as well. As we have the support for above three boards in the previous library so the two new boards here are Arduino Lilypad and Arduino Nano, both of them are quite used these days. I have explained it in detail, step by step below, if you still feel problem in any step then ask in comments.This library has the support for following boards:
- Arduino UNO
- Arduino UNO SMD
- Arduino Mega
- Arduino Nano
- Arduino Lilypad
- This library isn’t designed by our team so all credit goes to its creator, who is blogembarcado. Hats off dude !!!
- We are just spreading the knowledge so that more and more engineers could get benefit out of it.
- I have also posted Ultrasonic Sensor Library for Proteus, which you can download, using this library you can simulate Ultrasonic Sensor in Proteus, moreover you can also download different examples on Ultrasonic Sensor Simulation in Proteus to get a complete grip on this sensor.
Arduino Lilypad Library for Proteus
- First of all, download this new Arduino Lilypad Library for Proteus by clicking on the button below:
- Once you downloaded the rar file, extract the file named as “BLOGEMBARCADO.LIB“.
- Now place this file in the library folder of Proteus, which, in my case, is “C:\Program Files (x86)\Labcenter Electronics\Proteus 7 Professional\LIBRARY“. I hope it will give you the idea where to place the file.
- After placing the file in this folder, now open the Proteus ISIS and click on the component selection button.
- In the search box write “Arduino” and the list of all the arduino boards will be shown immediately as shown in the below figure:
- You can see all the five boards in the above figure and you can select any of them.There’s also another components in the list which is ultrasonic sensor. Yes, this library also supports ultrasonic sensor but I haven’t tested it yet that’s why didn’t mentioned it, I will test this sensor soon and then will also explain its working.
- Now you can select any of these boards and can start working on them rite away. All the five boards are shown in the below figure:
- The two new Arduino boards in this library are shown below:
- So, now simply design your circuit and write the code in the Arduino ide. After writing the code, get the hex file from arduino software and upload it to these boards.
- If you don’t know how to get the hex file from Arduino software, then read Arduino Library for Proteus.
- In order to upload the hex file simply double click it and the properties window will pop up. In the Properties window, there will be an option named Program File. In this Program File, browse for the hex file and upload it.
- Now run your Proteus simulation and it will work like charm.
- I will post few projects on these boards soon as soon as I get time to write them, so stay tuned and have fun.
- I have posted a small project on how to use Arduino Lilypad in Proteus which you can read and download from Arduino Lilypad Simulation in Proteus.