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The PICAXE microcontroller is an inexpensive tiny computer sitting in a microchip. It can be programmed by you to control gadgets, your inventions or your creations and the list of these are endless. Your ideas and imagination are your only limiting factor. Alarm systems, keypad entry systems, electronic dice, games and colour sensors are but a few. These are easily achievable within the PICAXE environment. You, the PICAXE microcontroller and the software that allows you to program it can create or develop interactive projects with it's outside world. It can respond to sensors, lights, motors, switches, solenoids and all manner of input and output mechanisms and all sorts of contraptions. This book is volume 1 part 1 and is a starting point for PICAXE microcontrollers. It has the first 19 projects of 31 altogether. The projects are illustrated with pictures, electronic schematics and photographs of the working project. There is also sufficient explanation alongside the projects where appropriate. Part 2 can also be obtained to complete the total of 31 projects. A website : http://storm.xyz/picaxe is there to assist in the projects and all code is available for free download using the code from within the book. I hope that the reader of this book is inspired to create their own projects after reading this book. Ken Anderson.
bound: 153 pages
publisher: Independently published (May 5, 2017)
isbn: 1520282575, 978-1520282572,
weight: 10.2 ounces (