PIC16F84A(PIC Microcontroller)

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  • PIC16F84A(PIC Microcontroller)
  • Bus width – 8 bits
  • Pin Count – 18 (PDIP, SOIC) / 20 (SSOP)
  • Program Memory – 1750 bytes
  • CPU Speed – 5 million instructions per second
  • RAM Size – 68 bytes
  • EEPROM Size – 64 bytes

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18 in stock

 

This MCU from Microchip has been around since 1998 and is the successor to the very first serially programmable PIC, the PIC16C84. The PIC16F84A is often the starting point for learning PIC microcontrollers because it only has 35 assembly language instructions and it only costs less than $5 a piece. Creating a serial programmer for this microcontroller also won’t take a lot of time.

 

The PIC16F84A

Here’s the specifications of the PIC16F84A:

  • Bus width – 8 bits
  • Pin Count – 18 (PDIP, SOIC) / 20 (SSOP)
  • Program Memory – 1750 bytes
  • CPU Speed – 5 million instructions per second
  • RAM Size – 68 bytes
  • EEPROM Size – 64 bytes

The PIC16F84A is an 8-bit device which means almost all of its registers are 8 bits wide.

Program memory size tells you how much code can you burn inside the microcontroller. 1750 bytes of program memory is enough for simple applications which is where the PIC16F84A is common.

 

 

 

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Technical Specifications

Brand Apple
Item Height 18 Millimeters
Item Width 31.4 Centimeters
Screen Size 13 Inches
Item Weight 1.6 Kg
Product Dimensions 21.9 x 31.4 x 1.8 cm
Item model number MF841HN/A
Processor Brand Intel
Processor Type Core i5
Processor Speed 2.9 GHz
RAM Size 8 GB
Hard Drive Size 512 GB
Hard Disk Technology Solid State Drive
Graphics Coprocessor Intel Integrated Graphics
Graphics Card Description Integrated Graphics Card
Hardware Platform Mac
Operating System Mac OS
Average Battery Life (in hours) 9

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