Astable multivibrator in an 8 pin PIC


Posted on Feb 4, 2014

Xbox controller, a rapid fire mod. All it has to do is send a ground signal to one spot really fast. I make this schematic and sell it(an of course use it): What I need is a chip that thinks that that schematic is in it. Dont suggest a 555 timer, because when I made that it was big, too big. I used this schematic for the 555 timer: So, can I program a chip for the first schematic


Astable multivibrator in an 8 pin PIC
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Or even better, you help me(I mean you do it) Or can it even be done For inputs it would get a ground, and 5 volt. For output it would need 2 switches, so four leads, and 2 other wires(left trigger and right trigger). I dont think this can be done, but I no nothing about programing. Thanks for any help. So, can I program a chip for the first schematic Or even better, you help me(I mean you do it) Or can it even be done For inputs it would get a ground, and 5 volt. For output it would need 2 switches, so four leads, and 2 other wires(left trigger and right trigger). I dont think this can be done, but I no nothing about programing. Hi. Yes of course this can be done, but I`m not sure what you are asking of this forum. Is it that you want some one here to write a program for you intended application. Or you just want to know what microcontoller would be best for your application. If this is the case. I suggest you look at the 16f628(a). It is a popular device for small/medium applications like the one you`ve posted and it is basically a superseded device of the ever ex-popular 16f84/a where you will still find much learning material about. I hope this helps. Regards. Violin. Hello. I have no idea at all about programming chips. I am good with building stuff though, not programming. I want to program a chip for my Xbox controller, a rapid fire mod. All it has to do is send a ground signal to one spot really fast. I make this...




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