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    Re: SHIFTOUT MSB/LSBFIRST clarification

    thanks for the response,
    I had on my mund a shift register that will receive the serial stream from the PIC and I did associated the scope display to the shift register...
    I was in error when I...
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    Re: SHIFTOUT MSB/LSBFIRST clarification

    iT IS MY FAULT:
    Richard explanation is correct as usual !
    Thanks for all.
    All the best
    regards,
    Bye
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    Re: SHIFTOUT MSB/LSBFIRST clarification

    Hi Peter,
    could you please clarify better ?
    ( my English is not a first language )
    Thanks
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    Re: SHIFTOUT MSB/LSBFIRST clarification

    could you please check in the real situation:

    connect the PIC DATA output to scope ch_1
    connect the PIC clock output to scope ch_2 and set the trigger to this channel.
    Tranmit bin 00000011 ( dec...
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    Re: SHIFTOUT MSB/LSBFIRST clarification

    sorry: I did not tell that I am talking about the PIC output .
    Thanks
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    Re: SHIFTOUT MSB/LSBFIRST clarification

    thanks again,
    I am sorry for not understand...
    If I slow down the scope time base the dot goes from left to right.
    So the first bit transmitted by the PIC is always to the right of the scope and...
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    Re: SHIFTOUT MSB/LSBFIRST clarification

    the first bit sent out by the pic should be on the right ( 9 seconds old )
    The last bit sent by the pic should be on the left ( 0 seconds old )

    I am sorry for not understanding...
    thanks
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    Re: SHIFTOUT MSB/LSBFIRST clarification

    I am so sorry Richard:
    if the time flows from left to right, then the first bit sent should be on the right and not to the left of the scope !
    Where am I wrong please ?
    Bye
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    Re: SHIFTOUT MSB/LSBFIRST clarification

    thanks a lot,
    Is your SPI device set to receive MSBfirst or LSBfirst please ?
    Bye
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    SHIFTOUT MSB/LSBFIRST clarification

    good day to all in this forum,
    I am using PicBasic pro to load an 8 bit shift register and I wrote a very simple program like this:

    INCLUDE "MODEDEFS.BAS"
    DT var byte
    DT=128 ' decimal...
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    Re: reading / resetting timer0 in 16 bit mode

    Thanks Henrik;
    I am sorry for the PIC type: it is a PIC18F452.
    I understand that I must read the low byte first and then read the high byte.
    I must write the high byte first and then write the...
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    reading / resetting timer0 in 16 bit mode

    good day to all in this forum,
    I am using pic18f877 as a counter and I would like to use timer0 in 16 bit mode for reading an external signal.
    At the moment I am not able to read the whole 16 bit...
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    Re: INA219 conversion time

    the procedure is to send the conf register and wait for the end of conversion bit and read the data : is this OK?
    Ambro
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    Re: INA219 conversion time

    so the trigger in triggered mode is the sending of the config register ?
    Amb
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    Re: INA219 conversion time

    Thanks,
    it is somewhat clear to me now . I will follow that inmplementation.

    > "set the config to the triggered mode you desire " : Yes, it is OK , but when does the trigger start pls ?
    Amb
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    Re: INA219 conversion time

    thanks,
    let me try to explain....

    The correction is applied every 150 msec.
    let me say that at t=0 the correction is applied.
    At t+50 msec the power supply output is completely set.
    1> Should...
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    Re: INA219 conversion time

    Thanks a lot Richard for the reply.
    I will try to indicate what I am trying to implement .... using my limited English language.
    My program applies a correction to a dc power supply by changing...
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    INA219 conversion time

    good day to everybody on this forum,
    I am using INA219 sensor with PICbasic and it is working well as far as the data accuracy is concerned.
    I do have a point to discuss regarding the configuration...
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    Re: e32 rx/tx module usage

    Thanks for your message: I hope to see some reference code.
    Bye
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    e32 rx/tx module usage

    Gooday to all of you in this forum,

    I am using a PIC18 micro and I have to control the E32 rx/tx module in order to send and receive data.
    I did read that the module operate through the UART (...
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    Re: SERIN2 WAIT problem

    Thanks very much for all the suggestions received.
    I did solve the problem by checking the pin state before launch SERIN2: it is working now.
    All the best to all of you,
    regards
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    Re: SERIN2 WAIT problem

    Thanks Richard,
    I am going to try to consider all the possible failures of the radio receiver.
    Do you mean to use the HW UART pin RC7 ?
    The point is that i am using two UART in this project.
    Any...
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    SERIN2 WAIT problem

    good day to all in this forum,
    I am currently using PIC18f252 for receiving a data stream via UART connected to portc.6 .
    I use the following method: SERIN2 RX_12,396,3000,WARNE ,[WAIT("T="),STR...
  24. Thread: 40466 LCD help

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    Re: 40466 LCD help

    Thanks to everybody for the assistance and for the sample code.
    It is working very well now.
    regards
    Ambro
  25. Thread: 40466 LCD help

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    40466 LCD help

    Hi to all in this forum,

    I have to interface 40466 (40 chars X 4 lines) LCD with my PIC.
    Is there any pic basic program to take as example please ?
    Thanks for any help .
    regards,
    Ambro
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