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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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  • Picaxe 28 pin PCB

    Submitted by: tarzan
    Picaxe 28 pin PCB

    This PCB was made for the Picaxe 28X microcontroller, but will work with any 28 pin Picaxe microcontroller. It has 3.5mm stereo socket wired differently from...

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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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  • Burglar alarm unit

    Submitted by: elector-alex
    Burglar alarm unit

    How to restore an old burglar alarm unit with PICAXE 14M.

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