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'[PIC]: Driving Servos directly from PIC16F877'
2002\08\07@171118 by Thomas N

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Hi everyone,

I am planning to drive 16 servos directly from the PIC16F877's ports.  Is it
OK?  Do I need a buffer (74LS367?)

Thanks!
Thomas

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2002\08\07@180713 by Olin Lathrop

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> I am planning to drive 16 servos directly from the PIC16F877's ports.  Is
it
> OK?  Do I need a buffer (74LS367?)

Depends on what you mean by "servo", and what kind of input characteristics
this servo has.


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