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Interfacing LEDs to PIC microcontrolers


PIC countdown timer

PIC 16F84A elapsed time counter on 4, 7 segment LED's

Fashing LED program for 16f877

Driving multiple bicolor LEDs in a matrix from and embedded controller

Using lookup tables to convert numbers to seven segment LED display patterns

Driving 8 or 9 7 segment displays with 8 or 9 io pins (and no extra circuitry)

Driving a bar graph display (up to 30 LEDs)

Area lighting with LED lightbulbs

General LED interfaceing

From the CHEAPIC tutorial:

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Also:

PICList post "How to matrix bicolor LEDs?"

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