Project 0 – My 1st PIC project, load a simple LED blink

In this project, we are going to do a simple LEDs blinking using the LEDs on SK40C. In here, we are using both of the LEDs and blink it like a police car. Besides on learning electronic parts, you will also learn about some coding in C using HI-TECH C in MPLAB.

5 thoughts on “Project 0 – My 1st PIC project, load a simple LED blink”

  1. Hi, the latest compiler may have some update which cause the library can’t be recognized.

  2. I would like to know how can you use the libraries, por example ports.h, anlog,h, timers.h, when I use them the compiler does not recognize this libraries, how can I do?

  3. what is
    Error [939] ; . no file arguments
    I got this error message while building the above program

  4. I want to program the PIC16F887A,by connecting it to UICOOB programmer.
    But when I start the PICkit 2 > Check Communication > No Device Found. (my sk40c board and programmer LED blinking a while).
    Why it cannot recognize the PIC16F877A? Could it be burn?

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