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'[BUY]: PIC programming job'
2001\05\25@134620 by jamesnewton

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-----Original Message-----
From: Paul Goodwin []
Sent: Friday, May 25, 2001 01:45
Subject: RE: Referral
Importance: Low

Hi James.

That would be great.

Thanks for your help.

Any one can contact me directly at

Or tel 01246 200000

Many thanks for your time.


-----Original Message-----
From: James Newton. Admin 3 []
Sent: 24 May 2001 19:55
Subject: RE: Referral

An easy project for a PIC...

...unfortunately, I am booked up for quite some time, and would not be able
to take this on for anything like a reasonable sum of money...

...may I forward this to the 2000 member MIT PICList to try to find someone
else for you?

James Newton (PICList Admin #3) 1-619-652-0593
PIC/PICList FAQ: or .org

-----Original Message-----
From: Paul Goodwin []
Sent: Wednesday, May 23, 2001 04:39
To: jamesnewton@
Subject: Referral


Hi there,

We found your site by a quick search.

We are a small distributor (come manufacturer) of CCTV equipment.

We are searching for a company or an individual to do some pic programming
for us at a reasonable cost. Are you interested?

We require a pic that is fairly small in size and reasonably low cost. The
pic will do nothing special and is basically a timer with 3 outputs and 1
trigger input. One timing period needs to be adjustable using simple
external components such as a variable resistor.
Operating voltage = 5V.

We need the following to happen;

1 -A pic to start a timing routine on a negative input.
2- A pic output pin, say "A" to go low for 1 second after the input.
3- Start a timer (0-5mins) that inhibits another input causing "A" to go low
again during this timed period.
4- At the end of the timed period cause a second pin to go low (say pin "B")
again for 1 second.
5- Whilst ever the timed period is running a third pin "C" goes hi-low at a
rate of about 2hz.
6- After the timed period the input now accepts a negative trigger to start
the routine again.

Notes -
The timed period needs to be adjusted by a small variable resistor or
similar from say 0-5 minutes. None of the timing is absolutely critical but
+/- 10% would be great.

What do you think?

Can you please let us know as we are keen to find someone to help us out
with this project. If you have any ideas about costs, please indicate these
as it will be useful.

Many thanks,

Paul Goodwin.

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