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    Au full quiet out rear..

    Wow, One would think every body is on Vacation or raking up leafs or preparing for winter. There hasn't been any new post's on either this site or the ME Labs forum in weeks. I guess every body has...
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    Re: Forum doesn't quite work when not logged in.

    Lester, As Richard said, Last week all i got was the http 500 error from there. Then suddenly it was working.
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    Re: Forum doesn't quite work when not logged in.

    Thanks Lester.... It all seem to be working now....
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    Re: Update

    Thanks Louie, I appreciate the update..
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    Re: It's working with MC Loader!

    Louie, Glad you got it working. I forgot to tell you about the "DEFINE LOADER_USED 1" command when using a boot loader with PBP. After posting you the .ASM file I got to thinking about the PPS...
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    Re: Tiny Bootloader and PIC18F27K40

    Tumbleweed, Here are the .ASM files I assembled for the .HEX files.
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    Re: Tiny Bootloader and PIC18F27K40

    Louie, Attached is a file that has been modified to be used with the MicroCode Loader. That way you can just work inside if MicroCode Studio. There are 2 different versions. The first is for com...
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    Re: PIC USB HID breakout board

    David, Might I suggest the 16F18326 in SOT-14 package. It is 14 pin's and almost as small as an SOT-8. It has LOTS more memory and a built in USART. If all you are doing is outputting a data stream I...
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    Re: PIC USB HID breakout board

    Please let us know when you receive your samples. I would also like to order some of the 10SOP devices.
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    Re: Doing something at predefined amount of steps?

    Write it your self's....
  11. Thread: Apa102/sk9822

    by Dave
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    Re: Apa102/sk9822

    Michael, after doing that, set the port pins LOW, That way you wont be inadvertently setting the clock line high or the data line high before sending REAL data.
  12. Thread: Apa102/sk9822

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    Re: Apa102/sk9822

    Michael, What may be happening is, when power is applied to the strip and the processor at the same time the micro has ALL pins in a high impedance state. At that time there is an opportunity for the...
  13. Thread: PBC and PBP ?

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    Re: PBC and PBP ?

    I believe you are thinking of the .HEX file. That is whats generated after a Compile and Assemble. As far as PBP/PBC you can give any extension to the file names. I use ,BAS as my default.
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    Re: Revisiting Timers & Time Stamps

    In 16 bit mode, when writing or reading the timer always write or read the timer.low byte first as the timer.high byte is triggered by the low.byte read or write operation.
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    Re: Component recomendations

    I have used both of these when I designed some EMC test equipment for a former employer. IXTA3N50D2 and a STY145N65M5. However you will be hard pressed to find LOGIC level devices in that voltage...
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    Re: Stable Adc Reading Routine

    I have been following this thread for some time and you say this in post #46 "This data is feedback from position of camera slider." What are you doing with the feedback data? Using it to close loop...
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    Re: Stable Adc Reading Routine

    Why not just use a LOWPASS filter like this?

    ' ********************************************************************
    LOWPASS0: 'LOW PASS FILTER (256 = NO FILTER)
    '...
  18. Re: Non standard, 160 char LCD text displays, SPLC780 controller, anyone?

    Been using it for about 10 years...
  19. Re: Non standard, 160 char LCD text displays, SPLC780 controller, anyone?

    How about this?
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    Re: Newbie Manchester Coding question

    Here is a bit of code I wrote to test a TSIC506 temperature sensorsome time ago Mfr.'d by ZMD.
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    Re: Newbie Manchester Coding question

    Ioannis, I use the LINX TXM-433-LR transmitter and the LINX TXM-433-LR-S receiver to send digital data (2 ports) and temperature data from my green house to the main house. I also use another...
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    Re: Newbie Manchester Coding question

    After sending a number of pulses to the transmitter to condition the receiver data slicer you should send a high pulse of a specific length to use as a start of frame. After this pulse has completed...
  23. Re: Need to drive 40 pins on variable change, is there a way to do it in elegant way?

    Directly from DS1302 data sheet page 4:

    Connections for Standard 32.768kHz Quartz Crystal. The internal oscillator is
    designed for operation with a crystal having a specified load capacitance of...
  24. Thread: Morse Code Bot

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    Re: Morse Code Bot

    Brek, Talking about Morse code and it being Field Day today I thought I would add a small program that I wrote some years ago for an 10F222 to be put onto a 3 pin stereo plug and pluged into an HT...
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    Re: APA102C and SK9822

    Michael, Yes they are.. the specs for each are the same. I have built some interesting projects with them. I like them much better than the SK6812 "NeoPixels" as there is no reason the data stream...
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