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    Re: 16F1705 internal Opamp woes

    are you seeing this voltage at opamp out pin with a meter ?
    your description is not clear whether the opamp is not working or the adc measurement .
    working with opamps with inputs near rail...
  2. Re: Microchip SST26VF064B (64Mbit Serial Flash)

    which is what I did. its a way to break up the flash data space
    enabling reading, writing and erasing of data in a pic sized way
    yet deal with large data structures normally beyond a pic's...
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    Re: HT16K33 led 14 segment backpack

    don't lose sight of the fact that my code is for a 5 x 7 bit matrix , you have a 4 x 14 bit alpha led's
  4. Re: Microchip SST26VF064B (64Mbit Serial Flash)

    i can't see any way to make a flash FS that's any less complex or resource hungry than a fat16 or fat32 sd card system , hardly worth the effort
    for such a tiny storage space. my system was for...
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    Re: HT16K33 led 14 segment backpack

    that's for a 7 bit i2c address scheme, arla arduino. pbp uses an 8 bit address for i2c
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    Re: HT16K33 led 14 segment backpack

    not only that row[0] to [4] are set to 0 still



    ;pic 12F1840#CONFIG
    __config _CONFIG1, _FOSC_INTOSC & _MCLRE_ON & _CP_OFF & _CPD_OFF
    __config _CONFIG2, _PLLEN_OFF & _LVP_OFF...
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    Re: HT16K33 led 14 segment backpack

    would not expect any with $70 as an address , if you have a ht16k33 the address is %1110xyz0 where xyz are a2 a1 a0

    if a0-a2 are set low the the address is $e0 as per my example
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    Re: HT16K33 led 14 segment backpack

    i did post an example but its been expunged or lost when the forum crashed, all i can find on my pc is this


    ;7x5 led array witk ht16k33 mapped col 0-5 a0 - a6;highbyte of ROW[x] maps to a0:7 ...
  9. Re: Microchip SST26VF064B (64Mbit Serial Flash)

    my spi flash addin for the tft displays would probably handle those chips , it simply uses however many 64k blocks are needed, each as 16 x 4k pages to cover the expanse
    pretty simple , has r232...
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    Re: Graphical Displays with PBP3

    a 5 input user command has the potential to need 5 raised to the 7th power of macros to cover every input permutation possible
    a ridiculous number, i only ever create what seems useful to me. it's...
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    Re: Graphical Displays with PBP3

    You need a macro like
    DRAWLINE?BBBBC
    the error message will tell you this does not exist

    the existing drawline macros

    ;LINE
    DRAWLINE?WWWW macro X0in ,Y0in ,X1in ,Y1in
    MOVE?WB X0in...
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    Re: Graphical Displays with PBP3

    EASY , Just add the needed macro's to the include file, you can dial up whatever you like

    http://www.picbasic.co.uk/forum/showthread.php?t=23758&highlight=ssd1306...
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    Re: Graphical Displays with PBP3

    it appears there was a bug in drawing vertical lines. this now works
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    Re: 12F1572 HPWM issue

    try

    DEFINE CCP1_REG PORTA 'Channel-1 port
    DEFINE CCP1_BIT 5 'Channel-1 bit

    and maybe

    trisa.5=0
  15. Re: What is software SPI speed for various OSC speeds?

    1k if you're lucky imo
  16. Re: What is software SPI speed for various OSC speeds?

    Nice camera 50000 frames / sec

    my tm1637 code can load the 4 digits in just under 50uS [40bits] on [email protected] /16mhz mssp spi clock, you could could not maintain that rate for a 0-9999 count that...
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    Re: Graphical Displays with PBP3

    if you don't mind waiting a few weeks the nokia 5110 from china is <$5 . the 7110 have a weird connector and are best avoided imo ,both are good size
    not too many pins needed, 3-5v ok.
    the ssd1306...
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    Re: Graphical Displays with PBP3

    i dropped my camera and its not too happy, the phone makes ridiculous high res movies too big to use online
    so how about a sim still shot
    9046

    9047

    nokia 7110 too
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    Re: SSD1306 INCLUDE for PBP3

    alternate method for ssd1306
    http://www.picbasic.co.uk/forum/showthread.php?t=24218&p=146741#post146741
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    Graphical Displays with PBP3

    i wrote this graphics lib to handle led dmd's [1/4 scan dot matrix displays] in mono, red/green or rgb in varing sizes up to 128x32 pixels.
    it occured to me that with a little more effort it would...
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    Re: SSD1306 INCLUDE for PBP3

    i had a look at the org file i posted and it has the same errors, i always have trouble with white space


    also found 2017 version where the glcd_clrxy routine was ok, so i must have broken it...
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    Re: SSD1306 INCLUDE for PBP3

    try this


    glcd_clrxy: ' clear area x1y1 to x2 y2
    FOR GRX = 0 TO 31
    glcd_buff[GRX] = glcdData
    NEXT
    CTEMP = (1 + GX_ - GX)*(1 + GY_ - GY)
    gosub setxy
    ...
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    Re: SSD1306 INCLUDE for PBP3

    henrik
    there is a great probability i never tested it to any great extent , was just happy that it cleared to whole screen at a default setting

    this works for one line as i intended things to...
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    Re: Bumpless Transfer PIC18F

    i would expect 'bumpless transfer' to mean that the final condition should gently ramp back up to the initial condition
    so as to to not cause alarming output swings after manual intervention is...
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    Re: Bumpless Transfer PIC18F

    looks like a pretty classic state machine solution would be in order

    enum state [idle, beginning, held , releasing]; button states



    process each incoming val according to present state...
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