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2002\10\26@040814 by Jai Dhar

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Hello,

I was just wondering if anyone could give me some interesting applications in
which the PIC16f628 is used in. I am preparing a presentation on the pic, and
would like to have some real-life applications for it (to show that it is
actually useful).

Thank you,

Jai

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2002\10\26@041439 by Nate Duehr

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On Sat, 2002-10-26 at 02:05, Jai Dhar wrote:

> I was just wondering if anyone could give me some interesting applications in
> which the PIC16f628 is used in. I am preparing a presentation on the pic, and
> would like to have some real-life applications for it (to show that it is
> actually useful).

Have you looked through the application notes on Microchip's web site?
I would bet that all of them have been built and products/projects
created from all of them more than once.

Nate

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2002\10\26@042302 by Wouter van Ooijen

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> I was just wondering if anyone could give me some interesting
> applications in
> which the PIC16f628 is used in. I am preparing a presentation
> on the pic, and
> would like to have some real-life applications for it (to
> show that it is
> actually useful).

Do a google for 12c508 or 12c509. Nearly anything that can be done with
those chips can be done with the 12f629.

Wouter van Ooijen

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2002\10\26@053716 by Andy Kunz

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2002\10\26@161618 by Olin Lathrop

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> I was just wondering if anyone could give me some interesting
applications in
> which the PIC16f628 is used in. I am preparing a presentation on the
pic, and
> would like to have some real-life applications for it (to show that it
is
> actually useful).

These are very usefull little chips.  They are currently the fullest
featured PIC with 18 pins.  There are supposed to be lots of projects on
the web using the 16F84.  The 16F628 is costs less and does more, so these
could apply to it also.

The most advanced project I have done with a 16F628 was using it as the
controller of a PIC programmer.  I think there are only two program memory
locations left unused.


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2002\10\29@004241 by Michael Simpson

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I currently have a product called a smart module based on the Pic16f628.
You see it at http://www.kronosrobotics.com.   The 16F628 is a very capable chip.


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