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These pages give you a quick start in Microcontroller Flow Chart Programming using the lowest cost starter kit.
>>>> Read more about Microcontrollers here.
Picaxe have an excellent collection of GETTING STARTED pages and the MANUALS are essential reading!
Picaxe provide microcontrollers with special powers. The bare microcontrollers come from microchip.com. The program added by Picaxe allows the chip to carry out many interesting tasks. Programming the bare chip is not so easy so the Picaxe modifications are a real help. This collection of pages demonstrates some of the abilities of Picaxe.
A Level year 2 students should dive in and learn how to program the bare chip without the Picaxe extras.
>>>> RTFM - Read the instruction manual because you do not want to use the default Windows drivers.
The kit was assembled so it can plug onto a prototype board and be powered from the board or via jumper cables. It took two attempts. The second version used colour coded cables making it less likely to make wiring errors. Thats why the soldering looks messy!
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