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How many servos can Arduino handle without a shield?
oh yeah, im guessing that for robotics you would need an nimh battery instead of a 9 volt battery right?
So if I wanted to do more than 1x project at a time, (or I jsut never complete 1 before starting another...) then the PIC sounds like the best option. I'll pay for the compiler but be able to use that for multiple projects at the same time?Only question is... does that really work? Can I use 1x good complier to program many different PIC's in C?blueroomelectronics...What is the Swordfish BASIC?- Bill
don't forget the Propeller http://www.parallax.com/Default.aspx?tabid=524
But do you not need a controller board for each PIC to be used?So what I'm thinking I need is..1. PIC Programmer2. Compiler3. PIC ChipsI write my code in the programmer, use the compiler to "burn" the code to the chip, then I'm good to go?
1. PIC Programmer2. Compiler3. PIC ChipsI write my code in the programmer, use the compiler to "burn" the code to the chip, then I'm good to go?