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    Re: PIC Nixie Clock project

    To anyone who wants to try ANNEX there are several tutorials over on the home page here...
    https://sites.google.com/site/annexwifi/home

    Id be more than happy to get on a SKYPE to help you get...
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    Re: PIC Nixie Clock project

    Hi CuriousOne,
    So to help you get a simple time server up and running on an ESP8266 I have a few questions...

    What are your size constraints?
    Do you have 3.3v available or just 5v?
    If you would...
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    Re: PIC Nixie Clock project

    MrTeaTime,

    Do you have the same nixie clock as shown in the original post in this thread?
    If so then it is an easy conversion.

    So the boards are available to order on OSHPARK here......
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    Re: PIC Nixie Clock project

    Hi Curious One,

    WOW! that clock on Instructables is an absolute work of art! I'm jealous.

    So what do you need help with as far as connecting an ESP8266??

    If you look at the beginning of...
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    Re: Touch switch ON/OFF

    If you want a super easy stand alone touch switch I highly recommend these...
    ...
  6. Re: Our dearest friend has passed away. Bye Darrel...

    Sayzer,
    I would suggest you send an email or call the folks at melabs.com as I believe he was employed there at the time of his passing.
    dwight
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    Re: problem with LCD large Numbers

    You might also check this thread...

    http://www.picbasic.co.uk/forum/showthread.php?t=17707

    good luck
    Dwight
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    Re: PBP Activation Manager error

    PBP is, in my opinion, a very good compiler.

    If you call ME Labs, Inc.
    719-520-5323 in Colorado, USA

    they are very helpful to work out problems
  9. Re: PBP registration does not stick, still unregistered

    Easy Fix!!...
    Thanks Charles
  10. Re: PBP registration does not stick, still unregistered

    This did the trick... Thanks to MeLabs!
    dwight
  11. PBP registration does not stick, still unregistered

    Hey group,
    Sent an email to MELABS regarding this problem, but I thought I'd check here as well as I won't hear back from MELABS till tomorrow or later.

    I recently moved to a newer computer...
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    Re: PIC Nixie Clock project

    Here is the webpage that his code creates for the analog meter clock...
    8388

    cheers
    dwight
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    Re: PIC Nixie Clock project

    Hi Dave,

    go check out the thread over on espbasic... http://www.esp8266.com/viewtopic.php?f=41&t=11518

    and check out his code... he does a better job (simpler code) of determining DST yes/no...
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    Re: Arduino type libraries

    Though I have never worked with an arduino board...

    It occurs to me that one must realize (and you probably do) that the Arduino is based on a specific set of pinout functions. It is just a...
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    Re: PIC Nixie Clock project

    That's awesome Dave!!

    I am glad you could use the code. It was fun (mental challenge) to figure out how to determine DST.
    Although I did notice that this past Nov my clock did not change to Std...
  16. Re: Can button be set to cause interrupt, and then it's functions changed?

    Hey Curious One...

    Yes, I think what you want is very do-able.

    Just have your code disable the INT on that pin after the PIC wakes up.
    Then have your code watch that pin for change to select...
  17. Re: Is it possible to interpret non-standard serial data with PicBasic (sample attach

    This, to me, is the classic problem of how to tell (program) your micro controller to recognize and interpret the pattern.
    The human brain combined with an eyeball can recognize it... now you just...
  18. Re: Is it possible to interpret non-standard serial data with PicBasic (sample attach

    hi dave,

    it reminds me of a sort of binary encoding...
    0= no missing pulse 0000
    1= 1 missing pulse in the "ones" position 0001
    2= 1 missing pulse in the "twos"...
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    Re: Best USB programmer for ICSP ???

    Hi oldmarty,

    I have had excellent results with both the pickit2 and pickit3.

    I actually have 2 pickit3's that Microchip sent me when I purchased a large quantity of PIC's to be used in a kit I...
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    Re: Decline of PicBasic ?

    PicBasic is still my goto for any microcontroller project.

    Lately I have been wondering and concerned what might eventually happen to the VAST amount of knowledge that is contained within this...
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    Re: Internal Osccillator help

    you can also do something like this to allow your code to compile for different processors...


    #IF __PROCESSOR__ = "16F1828" or __PROCESSOR__ = "16F1829"
    #CONFIG
    __CONFIG...
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    Re: Internal Osccillator help

    Hi Sabahan,

    I would start by going to the "device_reference" folder for PBP (what version of PBP are you using?)
    C:\PBP3\DEVICE_REFERENCE

    then open up the .info file for your device
    inside...
  23. Thread: PWM and MEMORY

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    Re: PWM and MEMORY

    you only need the "endif" if the "if" statement takes up more than one line...

    IF A=B THEN dosomething

    versus...

    IF A=B THEN
    dosomething
    ELSE
    IF B>A THEN
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    Re: Oscilloscope display

    That's pretty cool Art,

    Taking "minimalist" to a new high :D

    Do you have a specific application you are aiming for?
  25. Re: Problem with 10-bit A/D conversion - PIC18F2455 - LCD

    Hey Kuba230,

    Thanks for posting the picture. So to me the picture says a lot... It definitely shows a problem with the LCD but it also shows that your code is working, more or less.
    I would...
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