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This PIC16F1769 8-bit MCU family offers so much for a low price
posted February 24 2015 19:52.24 by Giorgos Lazaridis




PIC micros are by far the ones that I use most for my projects. Maybe because I know them already too well down to their lowest level of programming, maybe because they offer such a big variety of different PICs, maybe because they remind me the days back when I was 20...

Anyway, watch this video from Microchip showcasing their PIC16F1769 8-bit MCU family



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