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    Re: DS18S20 strange beaviour at lower speed

    Hi,
    If you are using the serial port for your readings you will need to change the baud rate settings as they will have been calculated for 64mhz.

    You could try these values, they will need to be...
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    Re: Delphi or Visual Studio etc. ?

    Hi,
    you could also have a look at Xojo https://www.xojo.com/ , it is free until you want to create stand alone programs.

    Bob
  3. Thread: Simple timer

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    Re: Simple timer

    Hi,
    I dont think you need the 0 (Dec0)

    I think you also need to have
    If PORTD.7=1 and onn > 0 Then PORTB.1=0 ;relay on 'only turn relay on if start is on and timer greater than zero
    If...
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    Re: Old PIC's and TinyRTC

    Hi JW,
    also a bit lazy, I thougt if there is a schematic why bother reverse engineering
    I totally agree with you but for me half of the fun is working it out. If it is available fine but other than...
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    Re: Old PIC's and TinyRTC

    Hi,
    It would be nice if you updated your profile or put your first name at the bottom of the post, it does not feel right answering without a name.

    Anyway, a couple of other things might be...
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    Re: 3D printer. Yey!!!!

    Hi Les,
    That is cheap, it might be OK, all I would say is bear in mind if you are having problems please bear in mind it could be the filament and not the printer or you.

    Do you know what printer...
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    Re: 3D printer. Yey!!!!

    Hi Les,
    I have 4 of them but only one completely working. Long story how I came to have them so not going into that. Some have electrical issues and some mechanical and one worked fine but had...
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    Re: Pulse counter memory problem

    Then what should I do

    As tumbleweed says, you will write to the EEPROM every cycle which is probably several thousand times per second even if the data has not changed.

    What I would do is copy...
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    Re: Pulse counter memory problem

    Hi,
    I am not that clued up on EPROM as not really used it but is it that you are writing to address 00 but reading from 03?.


    Bob
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    Re: Pulse counter memory problem

    Hi Amod,
    Unfortunately I cannot figure out exactly what you are doing but I do have a couple of suggestions.

    Comment your code, you might understand it be others may not, it also helps when you...
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    Re: Wiki Database error

    Hi Eriond,
    I don't know about the link but the CAN library is pretty old and is not much use now as Library manager has not been supported for quite a few versions.
    I have rewritten it so it does...
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    Re: Password website

    Hi,
    Regards the post direction issue, I think it always shows newest at top when as guest but when I log in it is the other way round due to my preferences. Never seen it do anything else.
    ...
  13. Re: Compiler give error if more than 50 times is used directive "Include"

    Hi,
    Have you noticed you have included RTOS x2 and BASE x3 in your example.

    Bob
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    Re: Downloadsite not entirely clear

    Hi,
    I think you only need to install the latest update/patch as it overwrites app.exe

    Bob
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    Re: Cable source in UK

    You could also try looking for 0361TQ which is welding cable, they do that in orange and is probably more flexible.

    Bob
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    Re: Cable source in UK

    Hi Charlie,
    For some strange reason RS have 10 or 25mm2, if you wanted a lot they would probably get it.
    You need to look for tri rated
    ...
  17. Thread: GDPR Policy

    by RGV250
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    GDPR Policy

    HI Lester,
    It would not let me reply in the actual post so I hope here is OK.
    How do we know if we have agreed to it, I am not sure so I clicked on the link which shows the conditions but I cannot...
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    Re: Why is my device restarting

    Thanks George,
    I have found this, will need a bit of time to digest it http://www.protonbasic.co.uk/showthread.php/66044-Code-to-diagnose-reset-events-hopefully-may-assist-someone.

    Regards,
    Bob
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    Why is my device restarting

    Hi,
    I had a "Oh crap" moment when I plugged in a test rig I had and nothing worked, I checked for voltage and found 12V on the 5V line. I found that the common leg of the voltage regulator was...
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    Re: Really need help here

    Hi George,
    Thanks for looking, if I do that I get "value expected", all the other routines use normal brackets.

    As for the file calling lots of includes, the reason is that the majority of the...
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    Really need help here

    Hi,
    I thought I had this under control but I am now getting a bit of a problem and cannot figure out if it is my coding or something else.
    I am trying to redo the CAN library so it does not need...
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    Re: First attempt at using Preprocessor

    Hi John,
    I know the two are different, I was trying to make the connection that Lib manager used Param(x) where Les code used pParam(x), neither were declared yet the compiler never complained.

    I...
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    Re: First attempt at using Preprocessor

    Hi,
    Finally found time to try the example Les gave me back in post 2.
    Not quite sure what I am doing wrong but I modified all the code and when I compile i get error Variable pParam(x) not found....
  24. Re: Problem if more than 50 is used "Include" (compiler v3.6.0.3)

    Hi,
    I doubt you will get a response as you have not supplied a compilable example and any details of the actual fault.

    Regards,
    Bob
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    Re: PicKit 2 stopped working

    Hi,
    There is a good bit of software (usbdeview) someone on the forum recommended years ago and i find it useful, might help.

    https://www.nirsoft.net/utils/usb_devices_view.html

    Bob
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    Re: Supported Devices

    Hi,
    Not sure if this works for 16bit devices but see no reason why not.
    All I do is enter Device = 16F883 or the like, if the device number changes to blue it is supported, also in the code...
  27. Re: For loop with variable abnormal increase

    Hi,
    If you posted a small compilable example I am sure someone would be able to have a look but as it stands we would be guessing as to what the rest of the code could be.

    Regards,
    Bob
  28. Re: For loop with variable abnormal increase

    Hi Pic,
    Why not try the free VSM as it is really good for things like that, you can step through the code a line at a time.


    Looking at your code I think you might be getting what is in...
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    Re: Wrong loader version

    Ahh, you are correct. When you look at the "About" it does not give the 16bit compiler version and I just thought it was the loader as it was close.

    Bob
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    Wrong loader version

    Hi,
    I have just had to re-install PDS (thanks to the latest windows10 update wrecking my laptop), I have compiler 3.6.0.3 but the loader is 1.0.2.1 and I think it should be 1.0.4.4.
    I looked on my...
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    Re: Simple cheap dev board needed

    Hi Tim,
    A bit more info might be needed, what do you consider cheap, do you want it ready made, 18, 28, 40 pin, how quick do you want it, USB support etc.
    Anyway, I have a few of these which are...
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    Re: Do you write your own android app?

    Hi,
    Can you post back and let me know how you get on, it looks quite interesting.

    Bob
  33. Thread: Links broken?

    by RGV250
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    Re: Links broken?

    Hi Bas,
    What are you expecting from the broken link, in your other post you mention a dspic.
    The library will not work on those and what is there only really works seamless on very old versions of...
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    Re: CAN commands files from Wiki??

    Hi Bas,
    John is correct, i have not had enough beer time to migrate them over and the DMA is one of the issues.
    I am currently in the process of re-writing the code so it does not need library...
  35. Thread: Chip needed

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    Re: Chip needed

    Hi Charlie,
    Rapid have over 800 in stock https://www.rapidonline.com/st-uln2803a-octal-darlington-driver-82-0668
    Farnell show over 17000...
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