Running out of I/Os! Need external register recommendation with similar current output capability
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James Burkart wrote:
>What is involved in "boot-strapping" a pic... I've heard this term used in
>audio amp IC's and even Op-Amps, but how does it apply to PIC's?
Most people already have routines to talk to their PICs
via RS-232, or have their PICs talk to I2C serial EEPROMs.
So simply setup a little network with a 2nd PIC as slave
to the first, where they talk to each other. RS-232
[using 0-5v] would probably be easier, as one could test
out the code of the slave unit directly from a PC.
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