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  1. Thread: BME280 sensor.

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    Re: BME280 sensor.

    "are cheap ebay things always a bit dodgy?" not in my experience, most seem surprisingly interested in protecting their feedback score. Try email seller thro ebay and explain the mistake.
  2. Re: Can we have multiple 1-wire devices on single pin?

    You do realize 750ms is three quarters of a second? Fan speed will be very wobbly.
  3. Thread: BME280 sensor.

    by towlerg
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    Re: BME280 sensor.

    Yer, the compensation is horrible. Sorry don't have PICBASIC code but do have working code from the dark side.
  4. Re: Can we have multiple 1-wire devices on single pin?

    Works even better if you but the serial numbers in an array, easy to ammend, or add or iterate.
  5. Re: Can we have multiple 1-wire devices on single pin?

    True, but isn't it easier to know which serial as you install each device.
  6. Re: Can we have multiple 1-wire devices on single pin?

    I've never understood the logic behind the find all the serial numbers function, unless you know what each device (using it's serial number) is measuring it seems pointless. For example in s asystem...
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    Re: 26K80 Configuration and Port C 0, 1

    You appear to be having a fine old chat with yourself there retpsnikrep.
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    Re: PIC equivalent 80c51

    There really is no shortage of 8051 dev environments, there's even Bascom if you want Basic.
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    Re: PIC equivalent 80c51

    Many Microchip devices come in 44 TQPF and QFN. But the chances of Vcc and Vss lining up are pretty low.

    PPS will be your friend (for once).

    Probably better to make a daughter board.
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    Re: Virtual breadboard?

    The point about a traditional debugger is that it has no connection with the real world, switches, lights, spi peripherals etc. etc. Having said that you can use Proteus as a single step ot...
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    Re: Virtual breadboard?

    That is part of the core function of Proteus. It smooths the whole process from create schematic, run and debug code (not sure about PBP support but Proton is supported natively) to create PCB. The...
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    Re: Virtual breadboard?

    There are many simulators, the usual problem is that the simulation is never perfect and that not all (a huge understatement) devices are supported. Proteus is good but very expensive (although an...
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    Re: Touch switch ON/OFF

    Possibly stupid question but why not have one touch switch, first press turns on, next turns off ... ad nauseam.
  14. Re: Confirm 18f47k40 MSSP setting and allocation using PSS

    FWIW there's a really good tool for setting PPS on GCB. Google for PPS Tool for GCB, it really does take the agro out of PPS.
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    Re: Snap programmer

    Good advice, but having got it working with IPE why bother with MPLabx? From memory theres a CLI (or similar) within IPE to allow programming from PicBasic IDE (ala PK2 et al)
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    Re: Pickit 3 failed to program

    Most "modern" PIC devices allow MCLR to be turned off by setting the appropriate bit in config fuses. This pis should be used as an absolute last resort as loads will potentially upset ICSP.
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    Re: Pickit 3 failed to program

    @michael PicKit3 GUI version http:// http://ww1.microchip.com/downloads/en/DeviceDoc/PICkit3%20Programmer%20Application%20v3.10.zip , google PK3CMD.EXE for the command line version. Even better buy...
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    Re: Pickit 3 failed to program

    You don't need to use MPLabx/IPE for 16F88, you can use Pickit3.exe or CLI or even a PicKit2. Make sure you use the download option in the tools menu.

    If you can use something else instead of...
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    Re: Pickit 3 failed to program

    IIRC the PicKit3 stand alone GUI program and the command line app PK3CMD.EXE are limited to older devices. If you want to program the latest devices you need to soil your self with IPE or look at...
  20. Re: Need to drive 4 rgb leds, but have only 1 pin available...

    Out of the box. A small PIC device running the 4 LEDs and reading a 2 bit serial pattern with a longish pause to sync.
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    Re: Output directly to input?

    @Peter I was just about to ask why do that and you answered.

    @Micheal If pins are on the same Port, write to the whole TRIS in one go ie. don't set up individual pins as output/input. BTW pins...
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    Re: MIDI Descriptor for USB communication

    Don't have time (code for to lazy) to read whole thread but did you already see this http://www.picbasic.co.uk/forum/showthread.php?t=23638
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    Re: MIDI Descriptor for USB communication

    I only gave Pickit2 as an example (it happened to be connected). I appreciate that you don't want to reinvent the wheel.

    Found this on google http://portmedia.sourceforge.net/

    Probably...
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    Re: MIDI Descriptor for USB communication

    I'd start with a PBP programmed USB device, generate the descriptor for it, compare the original descriptor with the generated one then extrapolate to your app.
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    Re: MIDI Descriptor for USB communication

    You apparently have or have access to a commercial MIDI-to-USB interface. Several USB monitor will generate a descriptor of a connected device (albeit not in exactly PBP format). I have several...
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