Very simple architecture as it has very limited modules and too many resources is available over the web. Beginners find it very easy to understand. Even when I started with mcu stuff it was with PIC16F84A, it’s not cheap if compared with current PICs.Many people say that PIC16F84A is obsolete but it’s not true it’s still in production from Microchip.tom66 said:I honestly don't know why people still use PIC16F84(A)'s.
If I just handed the solution over to you. It would be cheating. Besides you would not have learned anything. So give it some time and draw some circuits ideas. Then we can use that as base for further discussion.i have 3 sensors now for the cups.. and i still dont have diagram for it..
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