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The Fire-Stick. The ULTIMATE infrared remote control system, with up to (100-Foot) operating range.
Tiny RC Cars TX and Charger
TR-Brain -- Construye tu propia controladora programable
Two tone train horn
Two-tone siren
Ultimate battery low voltage alarm
UNIPOLAR STEPPER MOTOR CONTROL CIRCUIT. This circuit controls a small, four-phase, five-wire, unipolar stepper motor, commonly designated the "KP4M4-001." This type of motor was used in many 5 1/4" floppy disk drives in older computers. Now obsolete, such disk drives are often available on the surplus market for a small fraction of the motor's original cost. The stepper motors are easy to extract from the drives, and are ideal for many applications. This arrangement was used in the scale model of a RADAR set to control the position of a miniature parabolic antenna. (Note that some 5 1/4" floppy disk drives used a four-wire "bipolar" motor, which is not compatible with this circuit.)
Using 1-Wire Devices: PicBasic Experiments With The PIC16F877. Using the Dallas DS1820, 1-Wire™ Digital Thermometer. This application shows how to communicate with the DS1820, and helps you to implement them in your designs.
Using PicBasic with the PIC16F84 PIC Microcontroller. Creating & Using Asynchronous Serial Solutions: How to build your own 12-Pin I/O-expander using the PIC16F84 and PicBasic. This project will control up to 12 individual relays through a serial connection to your PC or other asynchronous serial interface.
Using the Onboard 8-Bit A/D Converter of the PIC12C67X. Analog to Digital & Using The 8-Pin PIC:

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