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  1. Re: Low power accurate 6 month timer - suggestions?

    Hi All,

    @ pedja089 as promised here is some minimal code for the Microcrystal 3029 sample I received.


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    Re: PIC12F1840 & serout2

    Doh!

    Thanks Richard, put a star up against your name for today. RTFM indeed... although it did take some digging to find ANSELA in the data sheet, I've made some notes so this doesn't happen...
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    Re: PIC12F1840 & serout2

    Further to this thread...

    I'm exeriencing weird behaviour with a 12F1840 running identical code (obviously different configs) as old faithful 12F683 - which works flawlessly. Serout2 works fine...
  4. Re: Low power accurate 6 month timer - suggestions?

    No worries, I'll surely report back on the RTC - samples are on the way but unknown delivery date at this time. It won't be used on this deployment test but may be on future improvements to the...
  5. Re: Low power accurate 6 month timer - suggestions?

    Hi Dave,

    Thanks for the info, that's a nice looking bit of kit you've produced there. I'll look up the manufacturer of those connectors and see if some $$ can be saved on the usual subsea...
  6. Re: Low power accurate 6 month timer - suggestions?

    Hi Dave,

    Thanks for sharing. Yes I don't have the luxury of a large battery... I'll look into other PICs but I'm not sure the WDT timing is accurate or reliable enough for any real confidence in...
  7. Re: Low power accurate 6 month timer - suggestions?

    Hi Heckler,

    One would like to think the pressure and humidity inside the vessel would remain as they were when it was sealed at ambient levels - anything other than this means there's a leak and...
  8. Re: Low power accurate 6 month timer - suggestions?

    Thanks for the suggestions, for best flexibility I think sayzer's second method is the way to go although the first method is one to remember for other projects. That 4k monitor sounds good...

    @...
  9. Re: Low power accurate 6 month timer - suggestions?

    Hi Sayzer, thanks for the quick response.

    No, +/- 20 days is way off the target - I'd like to think +/- minutes or, worse case. hours would be a goal. What do you have in your bag of tricks?
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  10. Low power accurate 6 month timer - suggestions?

    Hi folks,

    I'm looking for suggestions on achieving the lowest power, but accurate, timer to last around 6 months.

    It will be at the bottom of the ocean and I have minimal real estate to fit the...
  11. Re: Nokia lcd include , small footprint to suit pic16's

    Hi Richard,

    Excellent work, thank you. I found my problem - the "strtok.pbpmod" Inc file I used was the older version, somehow I missed the update further down the page on that link.

    All works...
  12. Re: Nokia lcd include , small footprint to suit pic16's

    Hi Richard,

    I have compile errors with your new code, NB I've renamed them to NOKIA_DEMO#6 to avoid confusion with previous versions:
    [ERROR] nokia_demo#6.pbp (184) : Syntax error
    [ERROR]...
  13. Re: Nokia lcd include , small footprint to suit pic16's

    Hi Richard,

    I finally found some time to try your suggestions as shown in post #41 - it does not work for me.

    Copying and pasting your code, I had no display until changing TRISA from %10010000...
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    Re: Little Rocket Man :D

    Hi Brek,

    Nice job, I immediately recognized the "... Next Tuesday" phrase and had a chuckle! You are dead right - not too many people are aware of the term. I recall a long time ago sending an...
  15. Re: Nokia lcd include , small footprint to suit pic16's

    Great work Richard, I hope Mike has success also we can learn from.

    Speaking of... will there be a PBP version arriving anytime soon? Knowing zero languages other than PBP (and I'm still an...
  16. Re: Nokia lcd include , small footprint to suit pic16's

    Hi Richard,

    Thanks for the fix on the single char problem, it works well but I've found another problem...

    When I add DT Ints the big characters don't work, I tried with and without using mssp...
  17. Re: Nokia lcd include , small footprint to suit pic16's

    Hi Richard,

    Well done to you and Mike for continuing the thread, even though what you are documenting is so far above my head I'm dizzy...

    If I can jump in here I'd like to bring your attention...
  18. Re: Nokia lcd include , small footprint to suit pic16's

    That's impressive, Richard.

    Can you explain how your font table works and how you derived those values in each column please? What limits the size of the table one can create?

    I'd like to...
  19. Re: Nokia lcd include , small footprint to suit pic16's

    Hi Richard,

    Just taking a quick look at your Include demo and I can only write 13 characters per line successfully... if 14 then the result is a wrap around and overwriting of the first char. ...
  20. Re: Nokia lcd include , small footprint to suit pic16's

    Well done Richard, Ioannis almost got it right - put a star up against your name and let's call it 6*.

    Regards,
    Bill
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    Re: Code verification errors 16F1847

    No problem, I just packed it in a small padded Jiffy bag and will post tomorrow - check your PM.

    Did you take a look at Mister_e's work on the "Using Nokia LCD" by chance? You sound like you are...
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    @ printstr woes with 16F1847

    Hi Richard,

    I've studied your hints and hacked away all day with no success, I've concluded it's beyond me so will give up on this idea. I spent a lot of time looking at your ssd1306 code also...
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    Re: Code verification errors 16F1847

    Hi Richard,

    Thanks for the help. I started work Friday so my time on the forum will be a lot less from now on unfortunately - but good that I have an income now after so long.

    Can I ask: have...
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    Re: Code verification errors 16F1847

    Thanks Richard,

    I'm no aficianado with asm and if needed it sort of defeats the purpose being on a PicBasicPro forum, but it is fast becoming apparent one needs to know some asm if one wants to...
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    Re: Code verification errors 16F1847

    Hi Richard,

    Hmmm, then why does it work perfectly on an F88?

    Can you give me an example how I can change to "da" and then unpack please?

    Kind regards,
    Bill
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