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Probing the PICAXE, Part 2
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11/5/2013   7 comments
In which David uses the output from a light-dependent resistor to feed an analog-to-digital converter, and then presents the results on an OLED display.
Comment: Re: cool stuff - David Ashton - 11/4/2013
Comment: Re: cool stuff - David Ashton - 11/2/2013


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