Yenka PICs lets you write routines using simple flowcharts, and test them on-screen, before using them to program real PIC or PICAXE chips.
Snap flowchart commands together to program your chip, and click a command to edit its properties - like input status and variable values.
To insert a new command, just drop it at the right place; it snaps in automatically, with no need to delete and redraw links.
Use Yenka Electronics with Yenka PICs to design the input and output circuits for your PIC or PICAXE. You can then simulate and test them with the chip.
Use Yenka PCBs to turn these circuits into PCB designs and 3D simulations that include your programmed PIC chips, and export them for manufacture.
The Windows version of Yenka PICs programs the following real chips directly, provided you've got the right programming hardware:
• PICAXEs 08, 08M, 14M, 18, 18A, 18M, 18X, 20M, 28, 28A, 28X, 28X1
• PICs 16F627, 16F628, 16F84, 16F84A and 16F872.