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PIC16F628 based 8 RGB LED Controller

PIC16F628 based 8 RGB LED Controller

This code is for a simple RGB LED controller for 8 LEDs using a PIC16F628. The pattern is determined by the data in the EEPROM. Upon startup, the controller loads the data into RAM and starts up the sequence.
The operation is very simple and so is the wiring. The PIC selects each LED then turns on/off the respective colors then goes to the next LED. Because of persistence of vision, the eye sees the LEDs as all being on at the same time. Currently the max number of display patterns is 20 (because the bank array is 80 bytes and each pattern is 4 bytes).

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