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October 12, 2012 AT 1:00 am

PIC Programmer for the Raspberry Pi


For all of you PIC-focused folks out there in there world, here’s a great project to get from Pi-to-PIC.

The circuit for this project is quite simple. Its purpose is to adapt the GPIO pins of the Raspberry Pi to the voltages expected by the PIC. It also provides LEDs for diagnostic purposes.

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