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wat can i do with a pic12f683? Answered

help on a vvvv cool projects with pic12f683

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kevinhannan

Best Answer 7 years ago

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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robot1398kevinhannan

Answer 7 years ago

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

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LargeMouthBass

7 years ago

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

7 years ago

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.