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Frequency Counter for EasyPIC7 - Updated

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Author: Hex Hexreader

Last Updated: 2017-10-09

Category: Measurement

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Updated Frequency Display / Counter example for EasyPIC7 with LCD fitted.

Connect RC0 to RC2 for 2KHz test frequency. Select Frequency with RE0=1 or count with RE0=0

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05 September 2017 update to select frequncy display if RE0 pulled high, or counter if RE0 pulled low. Reset to implement any change in RE0 or to reset counter to 0. Take care if you connect any external signal - see text in header file.  Use any spare link for connecting RC0 to RC2 for the test frequency.

09 October 2017 added mikroBASIC version - frequency only - no counter option - poor accuracy at higher frequencies   

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