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Police Lights


Author: Shawon Shahryiar

Last Updated: 2017-03-17

Category: Light control

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This is a pair of very ammature level projects based on PIC micros. It is just more than a blinking LED. Such LED patterns are seen in ambulances, fire-trucks and police vehicles. All codes are written with CCS PIC C compiler.

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