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wat can i do with a pic12f683? Answered

help on a vvvv cool projects with pic12f683

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kevinhannanBest Answer (author)2011-08-02

check these out: forgive the lack of explanations, I'm just a little tired from my recent injury.

water level sensor
http://www.embedds.com/the-pic12f683-based-water-level-sensor/

motor controller
http://picprojects.org.uk/projects/ppc/index.htm

learning board
http://www.electronics-lab.com/projects/mcu/014/index.html

I simply googled and got a lot of stuff
http://lmgtfy.com/?q=pic12f683



good luck!
it sounds a fun chip, I might have to have a look at one, one day over xmas!
;-)

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robot1398 (author)kevinhannan2011-08-03

any thing so that i can use a led as a light sensor

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LargeMouthBass (author)2011-08-02

I've made many projects using this processor, and I have found it to be very versatile and easy to use. Its my favorite of the 8 pin 8 bit PICs. Inexpensive with tons of features.

I have a few instructables published here that use it, with source code, hex code, and schematics attached. I may even have a couple more coming out in the near future..

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orksecurity (author)2011-08-02

Many of the simpler things you could do with an Arduino should work fine with this chip, if you have the programming environment for it and don't need as many I/O connections. I _think_ it draws less power than the Arduino, so it might be a good choice for things that spend most of their time waiting for the right conditions.

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