Greetings to all,
I'm very new to micro's and programming
Is there a simple way to read a 0-5v analogue input with the 16c84
any hints would be welcome
Mark K Sullivan
See application note 512 and 513. You could also consider a on-chip ratiometric
serial A/D such as the Linear Tech LTC1096, 1098, 1291, and 1292. These parts
are very to interface. Are you aware of the PIC16C7x with built-in A/D?
- Mark Sullivan -
kevin harris wrote:
> Greetings to all,
> I'm very new to micro's and programming
> Is there a simple way to read a 0-5v analogue input with the 16c84
> any hints would be welcome
I'm not sure if this is what you mean when you say simple Kevin, but here is a
new approach to the solution. It's a 10 Cent answer and uses the Basic Stamp
Don McKenzie labyrinth.net.audonmck
DonTronics Tullamarine, Australia
EASY PIC'n Beginners Guide to using PIC 16/17 MicroChip products.
Picosaurus(tm) 40 pin PICBasic with 8 channels of A-D, and real Uart.
PIC Basic Compiler. Programmers from 15 USD. Pic-Axe(tm) A New Tool.
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