I'm fairly new to the microcontroller side...I'm looking for a cheaper alternative to PLC programming for small projects. What hardware do I need for this Motorola 1bit as a PLC? I do not know C language. Is there ladder program I can use mate?Not familiar with those Pgm's but I have used the one bit Motorola MC14500B PLC chip succesfully in the long past.
What hardware do I need for this? What cheap, but good microcontroller can I use with analog inputs and capable of controlling a 120vac motor?Big fan of LDMicro - used it to program a controller for Hakko 907 clone, and a switch debouncer.
Beware of two things: 1) its gpio-related functions are good; 2) pwm generation seems to be buggy.
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