This project PCB can be used as a 2 input alarm or as part of a steady hand game. Outputs include LED, Piezo and transistor buffered output (motor or buzzer). Includes PICAXE-08M2LE chip. Pack of 5.
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PICAXE M2 series chips
The M2 series PICAXE chips are more powerful than the regular M chips. The pins can be configured to give the number of inputs and outputs your project needs. The parts allow for more complex programs to be written as they have more memory and more variables. There is support for additional peripherals such as elapsed time, internal temperature reading, serial comms interfacing and so on. The big change with the M2 series chips is that your software can run several flow charts simultaneously.
The PICAXE Cyberpet, alarm & dice are now supplied with an 08M2LE which is a lite edition of the 08M2 chip. It is more powerful than the 08 chip previously supplied with the kit, but only has one start and less memory than the full 08M2.
Note: If the chip you plan on using isn’t listed in you software you will need to upgrade it.
Could you tell me what quality the product. The draw backs and good points. Also how sustainable it is, is it environmentally friendly. lastly what material do you use for the PCB. Thanks
Posted byon Thursday, 12 June 2014The PCB material is FR4 fibreglass, the rest of those questions are very subjective and depend on what you are comparing it to or the specification of your project.
i need a list of the components for my GCSE is there anychance you could send or publish a list of all the components that are used to create this circuit? Thanks
Posted byon Tuesday, 10 June 2014Page 29 of the data sheet available from the product page has a list of the components.
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