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Thread: Which PIC should I use?
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picon face BY : Spehro Pefhany email (remove spam text)



At 04:47 PM 12/16/02 -0600, you wrote:
>16F676 is very available, had samples of them several weeks ago.

I'm just wrapping up a design using them, but Lawrence L. had
'em back in the late summer, IIRC. Nice little chip- I think
of it as an 8-pin with some more I/O rather than the other
way around (it's essentially a 12F675 with more port pins).

A little more bleeding edge than I like to be in terms of support..

Best regards,

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