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    Re: Can not decode properly IR remote code.

    I never tried NEC protocol before, but Sony SIRC has been worked flawlessly to me and it's very easy to decode with minimal resources, you should give a try:...
  2. Re: Adding values one at a time and sending them serially

    Hi Megahertz, the code below is tested for a PIC12F675, it's the Henrik's code but with 3 minor modifications (Sens var type, Aliases index, and inverted counter)
    All the credit is to Mr. Olsson

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  3. Re: help to record any ir code from any remote control pleeese ?

    I wrote this some time ago:

    http://www.picbasic.co.uk/forum/content.php?r=438-Add-IR-remote-control-capabilities-to-your-next-project!!

    This project have hard-coded Sony's SIRC code, but if you...
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    Re: Mechanical question

    Hmm, doing the maths, a Greenlee DB9 Panel Punch cost you more than US$650 and doesn't work on plastics, a Dremel Kit cost you US$150 and you can easily make the DB9 holes and another lot of tasks...
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    Re: Input routine and command parser

    Thanks for sharing "Master" Charles, this code is very useful indeed, in fact should be great to see this sort of capabilities bundled with PBP.
    I'll try it in the first chance...

    Regards!
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    Re: LED Light Sensor - Need Help Please

    Anyway a simple LDR is by far more reliable and is as cheap as an LED, you can connect the LDR in series with a 1K resistor and use it as a voltage divider.

    Regards.
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    Re: LED Light Sensor - Need Help Please

    To use an LED as light sensor you can use PBP's RCTIME or if you want to use the analog approach try connecting the anode to the input pin and the cathode directly to vss, the following code gives me...
  8. Re: A little Quiz game (Two players + audience) with PIC12F675

    mister_e, I think lester is referring to Steve Jobs (Ex-Apple) :)
  9. Re: A little Quiz game (Two players + audience) with PIC12F675

    Dear olisgold, you can count on me if you get stuck, but I would like to see at least one try, because as lester said, it's the best way to learn.

    As a little tip, you can expand the game with...
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    Re: Decoding OBDII Comms

    For the current, it seems that the amps are 128 reading units apart...
    33695 = -6
    33567 = -5
    33439 = -4
    33311 = -3
    33183 = -2
    33055 = -1
    32927 = 0
    32799 = 1
    32671 = 2
  11. Re: Capacitive Touch Button by using ADC channel (the CVD system)

    Returning to the mister_e's idea of the USB 8-pin chip, I wish to see that too!
    You can do a lot even with NO extra I/O pins: http://www.thinkgeek.com/interests/retro/c208/
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    Re: Peltier control?

    One more thing, needless to say that the aforementioned fridge had a huge aluminium dissipation at the back (shared for the relays and the peltier plate)...
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    Re: Peltier control?

    James, we are talking about two different issues, control and drive... as per control (this was your original question) I still recommend you implementing some sort of PID. For drive, you have to...
  14. Re: Candy Candy (Old Japanese cartoon) Melody with PIC12F675

    Alain, thank you soooo much, you made my day!!!
    It makes me "Return to Innocence" (And not, I'm not affiliated in any way to Enigma) :D
  15. Re: Candy Candy (Old Japanese cartoon) Melody with PIC12F675

    Wow! :eek:
    Alain, the BeepMaster project from flipper_md is very clever indeed, but with it you will kill the "Hand Made" fun for Robert ;)

    Thanks for point us towards the right direction!
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  16. Re: Candy Candy (Old Japanese cartoon) Melody with PIC12F675

    Robert, in fact I don't have music knowledge, what I did was somewhat cheating.
    There is a nice Android app called xPiano, this app saves what you play in it as a txt file, then I made a "keyword"...
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    Re: Peltier control?

    James, IMHO your best bet is using PID, "Master" Henrik Olsson have a neat routine in this post: http://www.picbasic.co.uk/forum/showthread.php?t=5874&highlight=incpid
    You should give it a try.
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  18. Re: Add IR remote control capabilities to your next project!!

    Fratello, I have no experience with RC5 since It's more easy for me to get cheap and small SIRC compatible controls (like the ones in the picture), but the good news is that "Master" Bruce has a neat...
  19. Add IR remote control capabilities to your next project!!

    Add IR remote control capabilities to your next project, easily, cheaply and effortless...
    The code is somewhat crude, but it works flawlessly to me!

    What do you need:
    PIC12F675 (Or you can...
  20. Re: Candy Candy (Old Japanese cartoon) Melody with PIC12F675

    Nice implementation Robert!, the original melody's name is Ashita Ga Suki:


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t3nbaWpak1o

    The PBP's Sound statement do all the trick, I just feed it with the...
  21. Re: Quick and dirty candle effect with PIC12F675

    The schematic could not be more simple ;)
    As an alternative you can omit the switch and use an old USB cable to provide the the 5vdc (usually RED cable) and the Ground (usually BLACK cable) this...
  22. Quick and dirty candle effect with PIC12F675

    For best results use a clear amber LED, you can embbed the LED using a tube as cast and pouring molten parafin...


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  23. Re: A little Quiz game (Two players + audience) with PIC12F675

    Ops!, there is a 1k pullup resistor missing in the schematic, so please add this to the pin 4...

    Errare humanum est ;)
  24. Re: Candy Candy (Old Japanese cartoon) Melody with PIC12F675

    Sorry, the schematic is very simple, you can use a small speaker with a 10uF - 22uF electrolitic capacitor in series or you can use a piezoelectric directly connected between pin 2 and ground:


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  25. A little Quiz game (Two players + audience) with PIC12F675

    This is a little Quiz game requested by my little son to use in his classroom, there are 4 pushbuttons, one for each player ("Red Player" and "Blue Player") and the other two ("Correct" and...
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