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    Re: PIC USB HID breakout board

    javascript (Not Java different beast which is a compiled language one I don't like either) and HTML/HTML5 are the languages of the browser and both interpreted languages. Neither javascript or...
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    George, Thanks.... It's more coding to keep track of all the events that's the real pain. Unfortunately programming in javascript or any client side code (In the browser) does not allow you to send...
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    George, No the kiosk does not have a mouse or keyboard attached. All keyboard entry that an individual will do is with an on screen keyboard that I generate. Don't get me wrong the pic is working...
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    George, That's actually a good idea. I only need the PIC to indicated a single event has occurred when the proximity detector detects a presence. A mouse click event on the screen would do the same...
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    George, Good information there I will remember this. The problem is that for my project we have a kiosk (pc) which is running a browser (IE or Chrome) and it's running a web page. IE does not have...
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    Re: PIC USB HID breakout board

    I ordered my circuit board(s) today from oshpark.com I should get them in a week or so. For now and until Internet Explorer supports USB with the web API I'm going to have to go to this uni...
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    Re: PIC USB HID breakout board

    George, Your right still need a pic. Just checking out what other options for this project would be available other than the 25K50. The 25K50 takes a good bit of code to work with the USB and much of...
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    Hi George, I'm working on a sonar sensor for a kiosk application. The goal (which I've achieved with the 18F25K50) is to send some text through the keyboard HID that will awaken the kiosk as someone...
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    George, sorry to hear it's expensive and a little harder to come by there in IRE. Of course you take a chance on used equipment on Ebay too that's why I like craigslist here in the states so I can...
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    George, Thanks.... I took a look and saw a couple videos the Saleae logic analyzer looks pretty cool for sure. I see them on ebay cheap too. Certainly could come in handy I am going to have to pick...
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    Re: PIC USB HID breakout board

    the 12F1572 successfully connected and transmitted a "Z" to the HT42B584 little demo breakout board they sent me using the UART on the 12F1572 and self powered from the HT42B584. So far this is a...
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    Re: PIC USB HID breakout board

    I got a few 12F and 16F delivered yesterday to fool around with. I started with the 12F1572 and got the hardware UART up in no time with a quick little program. I wrote Z out and just for giggles...
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    Re: PIC USB HID breakout board

    Dave, Thanks for the advice definitely going to check into that one. Yep just outputting a simple data stream don't really need bidirectional
    Thanks
    David
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    Re: PIC USB HID breakout board

    Troy, Thanks for the evaluation... when you talk about needing to use hardware UART are you referring to using something like the MAX232? Over the years I don't think I've every done straight serial...
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    Re: PIC USB HID breakout board

    Ok so I wanted to start to evaluate the HT42B584 and I am looking at different pic's I could possibly use to integrate with it's UART directly which supports 9600 and 115200 baud. Really the only...
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    Re: PIC USB HID breakout board

    Samples of the HT42B584 came in today. One breakout evaluation board and several 16NSOP's
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    Re: PIC USB HID breakout board

    Agreed... will open up USB HID keyboard to a lot more PIC's for sure. Though the 18F25K50 was a good learning experience.
    David
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    Re: PIC USB HID breakout board

    Sure absolutely here you all go.
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    Re: PIC USB HID breakout board

    I heard back from my source at Holtek and they confirmed that the datasheet for their new HT42B584 is not available yet on their web site but they said I could share it. Is anybody interested? I'll...
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    Update: I did get my project working with the 18F25K50. I just got an email from Holtek that they are introducing a new HT42B584 which will enumerate as a HID compliant keyboard and take care of all...
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    tumbleweed..... I was just doing some more research on that javascript limitation over the holiday and it is true that javascript in this case is a one way street. There is no way with javascript to...
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    Damn I should not have taken so many days off from my project. I did some research over my break and I wanted to revisit the logic to try and send data back to the pic via dousbin. I read over the...
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    Hey guys I am still here just been very busy with my day job. pedja, thanks for offering to take a look. I need to get a copy of the schematic over from the other pc which I will try to do today. I...
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    Re: PIC USB HID breakout board

    ok I think the last question before I send off to manufacture a couple prototypes. I can't seem to see clearly in the data sheet. Normally I would connect the paired VSS and VDD with a .1uf across...
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    Re: PIC USB HID breakout board

    Thanks...I was just going off the data sheet that suggests setting the pins as output and bringing them all low.
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