A project log for Morse blinking jewelry

A proof that the PIC10F200 can be useful after all.

yann-guidon-ygdesYann Guidon / YGDES 03/31/2018 at 04:110 Comments

You can't make it simpler...

The PIC is directly powered from a primary Lithium battery.

The LED is connected to a free pin of the PIC through a resistor (the value depends on the colour and the brightness). The more resistance, the less current, the longer the coin cell lasts...

I have chosen to use a low-side switching on GP2 but this is software-configurable.

5 wires are soldered on the pins for programming purposes. Once the chip is programmed and tested, the wires can be cut.

That's all.