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PIC 12F508

The 12F508 is designed for cost reduction where you know that you will never have to use specific peripherals (e.g. the ones on the 16F88 or 16F877 etc.)

The advantage of this device is that it is In-Circuit-Programmable via the ICSP and it also has one peripheral so it is a useful device for simple timing applications.

Note: If you use a compiler you're going to have to be very careful about RAM usage as it is extremelylow.

12F508

PIC 12F508 block diagram

Diagram of the 12F508



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