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Archive for March 2017

What's your PICAXE project about?

We would love to hear about your PICAXE project. All projects are entered into our monthly competition and could win a great PICAXE prize.

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  • USB Oscilloscope

    Submitted by: micort
    USB Oscilloscope

    An USB oscilloscope made with Picaxe 's PCB scope

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  • Roman Calculator

    Submitted by: Hohnhorst
    Roman Calculator

    Archaeological excavations in Italy suggest a fantastic guess: The Romans had a pocket calculator based on PICAXE 08M2. Chip’s 8 pins are sufficient for perf...

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  • Amateur Radio Transceiver Uses Seven PICAXEs

    Submitted by: szd51pilot
    Amateur Radio Transceiver Uses Seven PICAXEs

    My recently completed amateur radio transceiver incorporates seven PICAXEs. It is a QRP (low power) transceiver with an output power of 3W and covers the CW...

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  • The Milerunner - Obstacle avoider

    Submitted by: botfin
    The Milerunner - Obstacle avoider

    This is a simple obstacle avoider which uses 14M as the microcontroller. I tried to build as much as I can by myself, and that seems be fine. The PCB is ho...

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  • KodeKLIX SnapBug - a cute wearable PICAXE

    Submitted by: ncoplin
    KodeKLIX SnapBug - a cute wearable PICAXE

    SnapBug is a snap-compatible electronic project for STEM courses. Powered by a PICAXE 08M2 chip, it is coded completely in BLOCKLY. The code features a libra...

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  • CPR simulator and trainer

    Submitted by: nznrg
    CPR simulator and trainer

    The Fenton cardiopulmonary resuscitation simulator uses a PICAXE 08M to measure and monitor heart compression rate. The instrument operates in two modes; sta...

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