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Simple timer with PIC16F628A [Project]
posted June 26 2014 15:10.27 by spic0m




Cristo Cristov writes at his blog:

"This is a quick project for a timer. Recently I finished my UV light exposure box and thought that it will be convenient to have a build in timer to switch off the light after preset time.
So I had a PIC16F628A lying around and after searching the web I found a Brazilian site (I think?) with tons of interesting projects with microcontrolers. This project is based on one of them."



[Link: DIYfan]
 
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