Tag Archives: PIC12F

€2 Robots in DIT

In this video, I chat with Kevin Chubb about his final-year project on ultra low-cost swarm robotics, here in DIT’s School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering. Kevin’s designing robots that can be built by hand from less than €2 worth … Continue reading

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Minimum Viable Program for PIC12LF1572

Kevin Chubb (currently a final-year project student here in DIT) is designing a tiny robot using Microchip’s compact PIC12LF1572 microcontroller. It’s an interesting chip and Kevin’s doing great things with it. I decided to strip back one of the example … Continue reading

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Simple example program for the PIC12F675 microcontroller

The PIC12F675 is a very inexpensive 8-bit microcontroller from Microchip that’s available in an 8-pin DIP package (i.e. it’s suitable for breadboard use). I’ve had a small tube of these on the shelf for a few years, but I’ve only … Continue reading

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