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Microchip PIC12F675 based Mini Lantern

Microchip PIC12F675  based Mini Lantern

This project is a mini lantern-style, electronically regulated, super bright rechargeable flashlight. It outputs about 120 lumen (slightly more than a 6D cell Maglite) . Its also much lighter in weight than a Maglite or a 6V lantern and can provide about 2 hours of constant brigtness illumination.

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