What have you designed using PIC?
Reginald Neale email (remove spam text)
>The PIC monitors the number of dead batteries and displays them on a little
>LCD which it powers by sucking what little juice is left in the batteries
>out via a charge pump.
...flashes "IDIOT - YOU SHOULD HAVE REPLACED
THESE BATTERIES XXX MONTHS AGO"
> > Everybody knows the real purpose of a flashlight and I don't see a PIC
> > having any place in it. A flashlight is a place to store your dead
> > batteries...
> > Fred
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