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2004\06\01@103224 by Bob Axtell

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Gives me a feeling of achievement to know that Microchip actually
listened. Advance info is now posted.

This will revolutionize the manufacturing of
temp/accelerometer/IR/sunlight/ sensors (configure the sensor with a
customized lookup table in the flash).

It will miniaturize small products (IR remote controls and hundreds of
other little special building blocks).

I have several different applications in mind IMMEDIATELY if the price
is below $1 at 100buy.

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2004\06\01@103432 by D. Jay Newman

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> Gives me a feeling of achievement to know that Microchip actually
> listened. Advance info is now posted.

> This will revolutionize the manufacturing of
> temp/accelerometer/IR/sunlight/ sensors (configure the sensor with a
> customized lookup table in the flash).

Hmmm. If they only had a UART, I could use them in a networking application
I'm doing now.

However, even without that, they still have a lot of bang for the buck.
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2004\06\01@111649 by Ben Hencke

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There was an article posted in the "beyond surface mount" thread about
this. The article estimated prices as low as $0.49 (probably for the
256/16 config)
I also have several applications in mind, these things are tiny! :-)

- Ben

On Jun 1, 2004, at 7:31 AM, Bob Axtell wrote:

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2004\06\01@113521 by Mike Harrison

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On Tue, 1 Jun 2004 08:17:22 -0700, you wrote:

>There was an article posted in the "beyond surface mount" thread about
>this. The article estimated prices as low as $0.49 (probably for the
>256/16 config)
>I also have several applications in mind, these things are tiny! :-)

Newark have some prices :
For the10F 200

1 to 24 .905 25 to 99 .58 100 up .55
For the 10F206 :
1 to 24 1.28 25 to 99 .82 100 up .78
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2004\06\01@122125 by Shawn Wilton

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Yeah?  What sort of applications?


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2004\06\01@124522 by Bob Axtell

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Mike Harrison wrote:
>
> Newark have some prices :
> For the10F 200
>
> 1 to 24 .905
> 25 to 99 .58
> 100 up .55
>
> For the 10F206 :
>
> 1 to 24 1.28
> 25 to 99 .82
> 100 up .78
>

Awesome! I guess they are simply PIC12C508 (in flash) with 2 pins
missing and a better internal timer...

Anybody seen the working FULL datasheet (not just the advance one)?

Anybody have a programming adaptor (DIP8 to SOT23-6) yet?

Tony Nixon: do you have DIY128 programmer spec yet? I'd like to jump
right on this...

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2004\06\01@130803 by Bob Axtell

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Shawn Wilton wrote:
> Yeah?  What sort of applications?

Calibrated Medical sensors, Shawn. I am doing it now with PIC12F675 in
DFN8 package and a cheap temperature sensor. The table scheme allows all
variables to be balanced out and a precise curve can be derived. With
digital outputs (SDA/SCK). The DFN8 is almost as small as the SOT23-6.

With a 2% RC Oscillator, one could drive an IR LED for remote control
applications. Could be made into a pretty tiny box.

For two examples.

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2004\06\01@131218 by Shawn Wilton

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What sort of medical sensors if you don't mind me asking?


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