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Old 11th July 2003, 09:09 AM   #31
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Originally posted by Variac
So who does the simple control devices- APOX again? Maybe their intro product I'm sure someone else can come up with this easily; right? I can't hear you!!
Honestly, this would be a trivial exercise in PIC programming - unfortunately I'm just too busy to get too involved right now. If no-one else does it, I might be able to do something next month when things are a bit quieter...

Actually, this is an ideal challenge for anyone who has been wanting to get into PIC programming, but has been lacking an idea for a simple "first project". To get you started, you can download a simple set of 4-bit counters from my WWW - there's even a version that deals with switches for up/down. You'll need to modify the code, because IIRC the counter wraps around from 0 to 15...

Good luck!

Mark
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