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Old 05-06-2012, 07:39 PM
dannydi dannydi is offline
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Default how can I cascade led's using the pic 16f88c

I need a diagram on how to cascade about 12 to 14 led's using the pic 16f883 chip. also using an infrared receiver for the chip
the infrared receiver is for, if you wave your hand over it, it will turn on.

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