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Ardunio Programming and Pic micro controllers with PWM Programming

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Hi All

I know this is off topic but I suspect there are people hear who might be willing to help me with a Project.

I am building a Devise for the Disabled (none for Profit) which uses a Pic Micro-controller 12F683. Controlling a 12v DC motor. I need some help with the programming side and the electronic circuit, I have somethings in place but it needs tweaking, is there anyone out hear that would be willing to Help. If so let me know and we could PM.

sorry to the community for putting a bit of a bizarre message up. But I think this is exactly where I would find the talent and skills needed.

Thanks

Bob

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