RC Oscillator + Prices
Byron A Jeff email (remove spam text)
On Fri, Jul 05, 2002 at 10:57:07PM -0700, Dave King wrote:
> At 02:49 PM 06/07/02 +1200, you wrote:
> > > using a 16F84A. Has anyone got one of these to work using the RC ?
> >Set your config to RC of course
> Thanks. That will help when I rummage through my parts bin ;-]
> >You should be changing to the F628. Tell 'im Byron.
I'm here. Ready to preach.
> > It's cheaper
> >and has many more features than the F84A
You can check out my list here:
> These just happened to be something I could actually grab instead of waiting
> for. That and I needed an excuse to fire up my newly inherited epic
> For what I want to use these for I just need bare bones cheeeeaaaaap.
> Internal RC would be nice too. Other than probes for switch positions
> everything else is just pwm.
So the 16F628 will help in three respects:
1) Internal RC.
2) Internal hardware PWM
3) Lower cost.
It's the right ticket here.
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In reply to: <firstname.lastname@example.org>; from kingdws@SHAW.CA on Fri, Jul 05, 2002 at 10:57:07PM -0700
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