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'[PIC]: LED dot matix dsiplay'
2000\11\13@071840 by Bob Ammerman

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Bob Ammerman
RAm Systems
(contract development of high performance, high function, low-level
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2000\11\15@073524 by Bob Ammerman

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From: Shahier Razik <spam_OUTsrazik00TakeThisOuTspamHOTMAIL.COM>
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Sent: Tuesday, November 14, 2000 11:58 PM
Subject: Re: [pic] LED dot matix dsiplay


> Just wondering which model PIC should I use.

As always, this is a bit of a challenge.

If you don't have any particularly stringent $$ constraints, and especially
if this is a one-off and not a production item, I'd highly recommend the
16F87x (876 or 877 most probably).

The ease of development on the flash chips, especially with an ICD in the
case of the '87x, is a wonderful thing.

In fact, many people develop on the '87x and then drop down to cheaper chips
after the code is working. Just so you're careful to limit yourself to the
features of your eventual target chip.

Bob Ammerman
RAm Systems
(contract development of high performance, high function, low-level
software)

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2000\11\15@143113 by Mike Mansheim

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In fact, many people develop on the '87x and then drop down to cheaper
chips
after the code is working. Just so you're careful to limit yourself to the
features of your eventual target chip.
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for example:  F87x's have 10 bit a/d's, while C7x's (drop-in replacements)
             have 8 bit a/d's

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2000\11\15@205506 by Shahier Razik

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Any good links for lED display sample projects.....

Thanks


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2000\11\15@211943 by Tony Nixon

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Shahier Razik wrote:
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> Any good links for lED display sample projects.....

http://www.picnpoke.com/projects/clock.html

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2000\11\15@234849 by Shahier Razik

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Thanks for the Link Tony

However, the clock project is far too complicated for mine. All I'm doing is
an LED diplay(messages) that will run off a battery. Using a pic. Generally,
What parts will I need to complete this?

Thanks


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2000\11\16@184850 by Gennette, Bruce

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Have a look at http://www.oatleyelectronics.com
They are residuals traders - they buy left over and obsolete parts and
assemblies in bulk and re-sell them cheap.

They currently list a complete message board solution.  Even with
international shipping it will probably be cheaper than buying the parts
locally.

Worth a look even if you just see how someone else solved the problem.

Bye.

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