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SCHEMATIC 1. As Jack Webb used
to say, "Just the facts, ma'am."
female 0.1 inch pitch headers. The PIC can be
programmed using assembler, PICBASIC PRO, CCS C,
and Microchip C to name just a few. In the case of the
PIC18F47J13, some of the GPIO pins are relocatable.
This little board provides lots of bang for the buck, as
well. Screenshot 1 is a graphical representation of the
PIC18F47J13 board we have been discussing. I’ll supply
the ExpressPCB files if you want to build one of these
up on your own. You can get component guidance by
viewing Schematic 1.
Okay ... I Need That
So, you want to know how to use it. One of the
most useful hardware tools we have at our disposal is
the venerable H-bridge. H-bridges are interesting
SCREENSHOT 1. Having the master
ExpressPCB board and schematic files
makes it easy to duplicate the base
design or customize it for your
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