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1998\11\22@054319 by wft

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Which PIC would be the best to satisfy the following requirements?
cheap
one A/D  8 bits
2 inputs
2 outputs
easy to program

Regards and thanks in advance

Gus

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1998\11\22@114030 by russellh

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Gus Calabrese wrote:
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> Which PIC would be the best to satisfy the following requirements?
> cheap
> one A/D  8 bits
> 2 inputs
> 2 outputs
> easy to program
>

You have described one of the 12C6XX parts. The only thing they don't
have that you might want is an interrupt.

Russell Hedges

1998\11\22@121150 by Steve Rees

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Russell Hedges wrote:

> Gus Calabrese wrote:
> >
> > Which PIC would be the best to satisfy the following requirements?
> > cheap
> > one A/D  8 bits
> > 2 inputs
> > 2 outputs
> > easy to program
> >
>
> You have described one of the 12C6XX parts. The only thing they don't
> have that you might want is an interrupt.
>
> Russell Hedges

The 12C67x parts are 14 bit cores and support interrupts. Basically an 8
pin version of a 16C72. Fun parts to work with.

Steve Rees

1998\11\22@135131 by William M. Smithers

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On Sun, 22 Nov 1998, Steve Rees wrote:

> The 12C67x parts are 14 bit cores and support interrupts. Basically an 8
> pin version of a 16C72. Fun parts to work with.
>

Way fun!  I just finished up a little process
control app using the 12C672 - I keep feeling like I'm in
Blade Runner or something - full CPU with a CD player,
air conditioning, and rust undercoating in an 8 pin package!

I only wish I could get my hands on some 12C674's - I
really need that on-board EEPROM to save off some calibration
constants...

-Will

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