pickit 3 supported devices

Supported Devices To read complete introduction and pinout of pickit 3 refer to its introduction.Refer to MPLAB IDE v8.76, the following devices are supported: PIC10F PIC10F200, PIC10F202, PIC10F204, PIC10F206, PIC10F220, PIC10F222 PIC12F PIC12F508, PIC12F509, PIC12F510, PIC12F519, PIC12F609, PIC12HV609, PIC12F615, PIC12FHV615PIC12F629, PIC12F635, PIC12F675, PIC12F683 PIC16F PIC16F505,PIC16F506,PIC16F526,PI ...

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PIC12F microcontroller project board

The 12F series of PIC microcontrollers are handy little 8-pin devices designed for small embedded applications that do not require too many I/O resources, and where small size is advantageous. These applications include a wide range of everyday products such as hair dryers, electric toothbrushes, rice cookers, vacuum cleaners, coffee makers, and blenders. Despite their small size, the PIC12F series microcon ...

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Dual 4-digit seven segment LED display with SPI interface using PIC12F

This project is an extension of my previous MAX7219 based SPI seven segment LED display module. The new display features eight 7-segment displays arranged in two rows of four digits. The on-board MAX7219 driver enables you to easily add eight 7-segment LED displays to your project using only 3 I/O pins of microcontroller. The major advantage of using this board is the time-division multiplexing operations r ...

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How to drive a lot of LEDs using PIC12F microcontroller

How to drive a lot of LEDs from a few microcontroller pins. Using the fact that many microcontroller pins have three states (+V, GND, or "high impedence", you can drive N*(N-1) LEDs from N pins. So the little 8 pin microcontroller like a PIC12Fxxx or an ATtiny11 can drive 20 LEDs on its five available output pins, and still have one pin left for some kind of input. See also http://www.instructables.com/id/C ...

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Mini project board for PIC12F series microcontrollers

The 12F series of PIC microcontrollers are handy little 8-pin devices designed for small embedded applications that do not require too many I/O resources, and where small size is advantageous. These applications include a wide range of everyday products such as hair dryers, electric toothbrushes, rice cookers, vacuum cleaners, coffee makers, and blenders. Despite their small size, the PIC12F series microcon ...

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PIC and EEPROM Programmer

Project Summary In this project we are building a JDM programmer that can handle PIC12, PIC16 and PIC18 family microcontrollers and some popular 24C family EEPROMs. The programmer also provides ICSP feature that allows In-Circuit Serial Programming. So if you desire, you will not have to carry your MCU each time when you reprogram it. The circuit is connected to the PC via serial port and no external power ...

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Revised version of the PIC12F microcontrollers breakout board

The 12F series of PIC microcontrollers are handy little 8-pin devices designed for small embedded applications that do not require too many I/O resources, and where small size is advantageous. These applications include a wide range of everyday products such as hair dryers, electric toothbrushes, rice cookers, vacuum cleaners, coffee makers, and blenders. Despite their small size, the PIC12F series microcon ...

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