Roundabout KX8 Microcontroller

KX8

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This Motorola 68HC908KX8 microcontroller is pre-programmed with the code for the "Roundabout" projects in the book "Intermediate Robot Building" by David Cook.


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The 68HC908KX8 microcontroller is used on the Roundabout daughterboard as a replacement brain for the Roundabout project robot, which is the focus of the book "Intermediate Robot Building" by David Cook.

This KX8 comes pre-programmed with the default code as used in the book.

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