LED chaser - Scanner Sequence PIC16F628A


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    Cool LED chaser - Scanner Sequence PIC16F628A

    Hi, I just made these simple chaser's code in PICBASiC Pro and I want you to try it in real circuit with PIC16F628A and 30mA super bright blue LED. It works great in Proteus VSM simulator. I need the results in real circuit from you guys. If there's any error, can you please debug it? Thanks!
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    Default Updated codes

    new codes with better sequence PWM
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    Quote Originally Posted by izzyblackout View Post
    Hi, I just made these simple chaser's code in PICBASiC Pro and I want you to try it in real circuit with PIC16F628A and 30mA super bright blue LED. It works great in Proteus VSM simulator. I need the results in real circuit from you guys. If there's any error, can you please debug it? Thanks!
    It's ok,it's working.I tested it on Easy PIC6 devolpment board and I use 4MHz crystal and 20Mhz.There isn't any problems.

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    wow!!!
    thx dude

    so, how's the fade effect???

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    There is three LEDs that chasing each other and the first one is more brightnes then the two others.It's real LED chaser.Three LEDs are chasing

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