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Konstantinos L. Angelis
03/15/12 16:01
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Lamia
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#186710 - 4bit applications
Responding to: Erik Malund's previous message
Clock, Temperature, Timer, Calculator,
BCD arithmetic, Keypad, LED display,
LCD display, Dot matrix displays.
Home appliance and Industrial control as in
Venting machines, Gas pumps, Telephone controls.
Test instruments, multiple timers,
Traffic light systems
Smoke detectors,
Radio controlled clock,
Weather station
Low power requirements essential for portable equipment
Battery supervisors
Zero address machine
Reverse Polish operations
Medical implanted pacemaker
...

Have a look here
http://www.epson.jp/device/semicon_e/product/mcu/high_4bit/
S1C16F016:Radio controlled clock


S1C6F632:Weather stations


just for fun!

List of 28 messages in thread
TopicAuthorDate
mini quiz      Erik Malund      03/15/12 09:25      
   Inner light in car?      Per Westermark      03/15/12 10:39      
      could be      Erik Malund      03/15/12 10:42      
         Button is power - not input signal      Per Westermark      03/15/12 10:58      
   not an interior light controller      Erik Malund      03/15/12 11:25      
   Coffee Pot safety      Justin Fontes      03/15/12 13:03      
      yup, that's it; however, just for fun ...      Erik Malund      03/15/12 13:07      
         4bit applications      KONSTANTINOS L. ANGELIS      03/15/12 16:01      
            Yes but      Per Westermark      03/16/12 02:17      
         One push button input, 5 outputs      Oliver Sedlacek      03/19/12 04:58      
            Sounds like ...      Rob Klein      03/19/12 06:14      
               That's it      Oliver Sedlacek      03/19/12 09:44      
                  At a cost      Rob Klein      03/19/12 10:18      
                     They're safer if used correctly      Justin Fontes      03/19/12 10:32      
                     isn't that the purpose?      Erik Malund      03/19/12 10:34      
                        Purpose      Rob Klein      03/19/12 10:56      
                     Illegal in Sweden too      Per Westermark      03/19/12 11:02      
                     I was thinking of the rear light!      Oliver Sedlacek      03/20/12 04:26      
                        A strong headlight that can be dimmed makes car drivers care      Per Westermark      03/20/12 05:39      
                           about that strong headlamp      Richard Erlacher      03/20/12 09:49      
                              Basically same same everywhere in "civilized" world      Per Westermark      03/20/12 14:51      
                              Really strong headlights      Oliver Sedlacek      03/21/12 05:11      
                                 I've not seen any truly powerful bike headlamps      Richard Erlacher      03/21/12 08:56      
                                    Strong headlight      Per Westermark      03/21/12 11:32      
                                       high-beam      Richard Erlacher      03/21/12 23:25      
                                          Almost perfectly solved with suitable bike front light      Per Westermark      03/22/12 01:26      
                                    2000 lumens enough?      Oliver Sedlacek      03/22/12 07:55      
                                       No need      Per Westermark      03/22/12 15:31      

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