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Old 08-16-2010, 08:34 AM
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If your budget permits it you should get a PICKIT 2 or PICKIT 3 unit or clone. You can program a wide range of PICs. And they do work without problems, it is plug and play, not plug and pray. It is nothing wrong in using the god old 16f84A. But you can get PICs with more functions that cost less. More timers, PWM, ADC, to mention some functions. More is less
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