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  1. Thread: AU fires

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    Re: AU fires

    The problem is, Fanie.
    From the decision makers, we are not allowed to cut down trees nor remove fallen tree branches by some reason or another.
    There are many protests by the uneducated (and loud)...
  2. Thread: Drill alignment

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    Re: Drill alignment

    One of these epoxied to the back of the drill works fine
    https://ae01.alicdn.com/kf/HTB1JAnEHVXXXXaMXVXXq6xXFXXXy/Universal-8x5-5mm-Diameter-font-b-Disc-b-font-font-b-Bubble-b-font-Spirit-Level.jpg
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    Re: Wireless alarm devices Home ...?

    With nRF24 it is possible to use each subsequent node as a repeater to the further nodes.
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    Re: Unable to access page

    Yes User notes is now working.
    And the link to Harm's little program works as well.

    Thank you.
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    Re: Unable to access page

    I have just noticed that I also cannot access "User Notes" page, and there are two notes waiting for me .. :sorrow:
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    Re: Unable to access page

    No unfortunately it still does not work.
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    Re: Unable to access page

    I have used firefox and the result is the same.
    No permission to access.
    3195
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    Unable to access page

    Forum Bug / Issue ReportReference
    Unable to access page Which Browser (and which Version) are you using
    Chrome Version 54.0.2840.99 m Have you tried viewing the forum with Firefox?
    Yes...
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    Re: Serial LCD backpack DIY

    Found this article through Hackaday today.
    I thought I might share.
    Very interesting way to run LCD from low pin count uC.
    http://blog.larios.tecnologia.ws/iBlog/archives/8461/
    I am sure with...
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    Re: Proton Facebook Group

    Somehow I get quite a large percentage of job contracts through Facebook.
    Social media is a powerful tool.
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    Re: 3V alphanumeric LCD

    LCD do not use much power, maybe a small boost circuit can help the design.
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    Re: Update to Fuse Configurator

    Thank you for this fine tool, it help cut down programming time a lot.
  13. Thread: Analog reading

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    Re: Analog reading

    Maybe use resistor divider to regulate your voltage input.
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    Re: Serial communication between 2 18f25k20

    LOL there ya go Norm, I gave you another thumbs up.
    Your solution made sense.
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    [SOLVED !] Re: My poorly new proton

    Wrong proton LOL
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    Re: Bin8 Byte to String

    LOL Ok Norm, I gave you a thumbs up.
    I was looking for an answer for this as well.
  17. [SOLVED !] Re: hello I invite you to join a group on facebook followers of Proton basic

    If you treat the social media as a work tool, then you might end up actually benefited from the interaction.
    I agree there are a lot of mindless junk floating in there and you got to wade in deep to...
  18. [SOLVED !] Re: hello I invite you to join a group on facebook followers of Proton basic

    @Gamboa
    I was just reporting on what I saw.
    I never said that Spanish is not as good as English, I said "Some similar language" because not being able to understand the discussion I do not actually...
  19. [SOLVED !] Re: HI I invite you to join a group on facebook fans of Proton basic

    Joined out of curiosity, found out that 90% of the posts are made in Spanish or some similar language ..
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    Re: Very accurate water level sensing

    I still think using a piezo to ping the surface of the liquid, then listen to the time for an echo to return would work.

    In this case since the water is in a containing vessel then the piezo...
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    Re: While...Wend clarification

    I have been using goto to break a while - wend cycle since I started Proton.. it works.
    I did not realize that there might be a problem.
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    Re: Detecting the length of a bubble in tube

    Tim, have you tried to put a piezo on one side of the tube and measure the ping time of a pulse?
    Liquid and air interactions would give different reflection time that can be "seen" and timed.
    It...
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    Re: 64 Bits Variable

    Depending on your use of the variable, I think a transport of 8 bytes is not too difficult.
    Shin can be used to transport each of the 8 bits and a side procedure to concatenate your result follows...
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    Re: SPI Help Needed PLEASE ?

    When push come to shove, SPI is way easy to bit bang rather than modifying stuff.
    Thats the fun of programming, making stuff working YOUR WAY.
  25. Thread: usermap updated

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    Re: usermap updated

    I seems to be relocated on the expensive part of the town, not sure if I could pay the rent.
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    Re: IR -InfraRed ( Repeater/Recorder/Transmitter)

    If I read it right, your code only stores 256 readings at a bit over 1 us interval, total recording is about say 258 us period.
    At that rate, you wont even be able to record one bit of the IR...
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    Re: IR -InfraRed ( Repeater/Recorder/Transmitter)

    Yes possible, but you need higher sampling rate than 20 us.
    The transmission rate of a standard 38 kHz IR code is at about 26.315 us, I reckon you might be able to get away with a 1 us sampling,...
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    Re: IR -InfraRed ( Repeater/Recorder/Transmitter)

    Ok now that you added the fact that it is NEC protocol, a quick google find this


    Logic 1 and 0 format

    http://www.mcselec.com/images/stories/mcse/an/157/necmodulation.gif



    Protocol...
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    Re: IR -InfraRed ( Repeater/Recorder/Transmitter)

    Besides the data, you would also need the timing/communication protocol.
    This can be obtained from the communication chip manufacturer or by WAG (wild a55 guess) while looking at the wave form in an...
  30. Re: SPI: correct setting for SMP, CKE and CKP with nRF24L01+

    George
    When I first use the nrf module I had a lot of question like you do, but by tapping the communication with a logic analyzer I can see quite clearly what happened when commands are issued or...
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    [SOLVED !] Re: 16F628A + 74HC132 Frequency Counter

    I have only skimmed the program, it seems that you want to read MHz frequency with 4 Mhz xtal (1Mhz actual).
    Do you have a prescaler on the input?
  32. Re: SPI: correct setting for SMP, CKE and CKP with nRF24L01+

    With the NRF clock timing in the nano seconds range, clock timing is not that critical, f you wish you can add NOP's before and after the SCK changes.

    Just realised that I am missing a LOW SCK...
  33. Re: SPI: correct setting for SMP, CKE and CKP with nRF24L01+

    Thought just put in some code here.
    Hope it helps

    Using SSP


    ' D is an array of data to be sent
    ' R is an array of data received
    ' MaxByte is the number of characters to be sent or...
  34. Re: SPI: correct setting for SMP, CKE and CKP with nRF24L01+

    The 690 have SSP module and IMHO it is much better than the 628A

    OTOH if you are only using it for NRF control, you can use the 628A by bit banging.

    Simply assign a pin for each function, CSN,...
  35. Re: SPI: correct setting for SMP, CKE and CKP with nRF24L01+

    I do not use Shin/Shout commands.
    I simply load or read from SSPBUF as soon as BF bit is set.

    By the way, I do not think 628A have SSP module in it.
    You may want to think of 1826 or 1827 for pin...
  36. Re: SPI: correct setting for SMP, CKE and CKP with nRF24L01+

    I use
    SSPSTAT = %01000000
    SSPCON = %00100000

    Simply poll BF bit (SSPSAT.0) to ensure the transmission is done.
    And monitor the IRQ pin of the NRF24 for any incoming...
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    Re: 16F88 config osc int help

    I believe you also need to put Xtal = 4 to tell the compiler the oscillation frequency used.
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    Re: Rotete with carry

    RLF or RRF should go through carry.
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    Re: Parts desoldering while in use.

    +1 use leaded solder. They are a bit more reliable in low temperature.

    Or use well controlled mixture of low temperature lead free alloy,
    due to the need to balance between the reflow...
  40. Thread: Need capacitors

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    Re: Need capacitors

    Or use series wired with capacity and voltages added up to the required rating.
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    Re: Knotting yourself

    Right now I am banging my head trying to get a PIC16F1828 to clock TMR1 when on sleep using internal capacitance sensing oscillator.
    Theoretically it should work, I believe someone done this on ISIS...
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    [SOLVED !] Re: Running some tests on SPI_24.Inc

    Not sure why you need to wait for the BF bit to go high after loading the SPI1BUF?

    Below might work better?
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    Re: pic24 part numbers explained

    I made this chart a while ago, I did not update it yet so some may not fit correctly

    http://i1099.photobucket.com/albums/g383/gelan-dangan/PIC24system_zps275ac010.jpg
  44. Thread: edata_ewrite

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    [SOLVED !] Re: edata_ewrite

    Give a few ms delay after ewrite command, to let the EEPROM enough time to work.
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    Re: Display 4-Line Interface

    Time to break out the logic analyzer and test every pinout LOL.

    I have a stupid question, does your Vcc pin send out power? is the voltage within the operating specification?
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    Re: Display 4-Line Interface

    Usually before I blame the software, I would give the contrast voltage a tweak first.
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    Re: Access violation ?

    Ok I think I found the problem.
    The bug shows up if I use "P" in front of the device number.

    ie. P16F1829 => access violation
    16F1829 => working Ok.

    Thats seems to be all the problem.
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    Re: Access violation ?

    Thanks John,
    Will try the new update and see if there are changes.
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    Access violation ?

    Hi John
    Your Fuse Configurator is Awesome !

    Just a little bug report.
    Lately I have encountered a strange issue with Fuse Configurator Mk II
    Whenever I try to run it, the following window...
  50. Thread: Dtmf in

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    Re: Dtmf in

    I cannot find my files, but a while ago I followed some method by a Radu Constantinescu here.
    It seems to work Ok, although the reception is much more stable to use a chip like the 8870
  51. Re: Possible issue with CRead in latest version of compiler.

    Ahhh Thats what it is..
    I also have the problem, ok upgrading now to 3.5.6.6



    ==============
    Waitamoment..

    Where can I find the update version 3.5.6.6 ??
    Somehow it is not available in...
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    Re: Vein sensing imaging

    I am sure with proper filtering and lighting it would work Ok.
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    Re: Vein sensing imaging

    I think Hitachi is using similar technology for their finger vein security biometrics.
    Awesome tech, much better security than finger printing.
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    [SOLVED !] Re: Pickit2 Parameters

    :excitement::excitement:


    Ok I'll give..

    Good on you Norm... I clicked one.
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    Re: Proton24 - suitable development hardware?

    Thanks for Firewing link, there is even a reseller in Australia, ordering one now.
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    Re: Proton24 - suitable development hardware?

    Microchip seminars lately handing out boards they call the One PIC platform, one of the uC on board is the 24FJ256GA106
    I think it will be good to conform with this because they are readily...
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    Re: Proton 24 Thank You Les!

    +100 thank you Les!

    Where do I put my name if I want to be notified when the paid version is available?
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    Re: 32 bit PIC microcontrollers or dsPIC

    In a word, No.
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    Re: write Version number to ID locs

    OTOH if you use


    $define V_Info_Include SomeFileName.Inc
    Include "SomeFileName.inc"
    EData "Main Board Firmware v",V_InfoVersionStr

    The version number will be updated...
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    [SOLVED !] Re: can't reprogramming pic

    You could try to hold the chip in MCLR just before the programming start.
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    [SOLVED !] Re: Eliminating gang error

    I am not sure if this will help, but what if you are using say a couple of 1024 steps digital pot, controlled by a rotary switch , will this do?
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    Re: USART-EUSART-Calc Updated

    Thanks for the calculator mate!
    I have seen it for a while but never actually used it.
    I recently used it for a project, and find it very easy to use.
  63. [SOLVED !] Re: when will the new proton24 compiler be released??????????

    I'll buy it as soon as its out too.
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    Re: New compiler..??

    Or the misuse of the words your and you're.
    Gah.. I actually did misunderstood the "delete compiler folder" sentence on the instruction.
    I have interpret it as something like "delete compiler...
  65. Re: Curious "Variable Not Found" error with 3.5.5.0

    I apologize for not making this clear.
    I did UNINSTALL the old Proton using the UNINSTALL PROTON Compiler on the start menu.

    I admit that I did not DELETE the installation folder from the Program...
  66. Curious "Variable Not Found" error with 3.5.5.0

    After uninstalling the previous version (I think it was 3.5.4.7), and installing the new 3.5.5.0
    All my programs would not compile due to "Variable Not Found" error.

    I am running XP version.
    ...
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    Re: SMT soldering service

    You can do it on a skillet or a barbeque plate.
    just populate the board after screening the solder on, and place the boards on a skillet over the fire.
    slide out or remove from fire as soon as the...
  68. Thread: dcc decoder

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    Re: dcc decoder

    Looking at your table, I deduced that:
    1. the timing of a High and a Low in a period is roughly the same,
    2. The timing for a "1" would have a High period of more than 52us and less than 64us.
    3....
  69. Thread: Help for 16f876

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    [SOLVED !] Re: Help for 16f876

    You did :watermelon:
  70. Thread: Help for 16f876

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    [SOLVED !] Re: Help for 16f876

    The newer 16F886 have internal osc, older 16F876 do not.
    You need a Crystal or Resonator or an RC circuit.
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    [SOLVED !] Re: Questions about Hitachi LCD usage

    Unless you have a working setup that you can swap the LCD to, it is difficult to check if the LCD is working or not.
    The steps I outlined is good for general checks.

    Yes only the top line would...
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    [SOLVED !] Re: Questions about Hitachi LCD usage

    Hardware checking is quite easy.

    You first check if the contrast voltage of the LCD is set correctly, by adjusting the voltage input to the Vcontrast pin of the LCD.
    I think, if you short this...
  73. Thread: dcc decoder

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    Re: dcc decoder

    You can use an interrupt on change to start a timer on rising edge and stop the timer on the falling edge.
    If you use the timer clock at 1:1 to the clock speed, at 20MHz it should be about 5 clocks...
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    [SOLVED !] Re: Tiny stepper motor.

    David,

    I have 8 secondhand motors with me right now, and all of these motors would be bipolar types with approx dimension of 9mm long x 8mm diameter.
    Looking through the motors I have here, they...
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    [SOLVED !] Re: Tiny stepper motor.

    Well, there you goes David.
    I guess there are no shortage of motors for you.
    If you still want camera stepper motors, PM me.
    Good luck!
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    [SOLVED !] Re: Tiny stepper motor.

    otherwise, you can try use very small servo 9g type that are about twice the size.
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    [SOLVED !] Re: Tiny stepper motor.

    No big deal.

    How many do you need?
    What is your target price?
    Are second hand ok?
    I may be able to source.

    Parmin
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    [SOLVED !] Re: Tiny stepper motor.

    John Drew,

    Naturally, I am also joking.
    Parmin.
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    [SOLVED !] Re: Tiny stepper motor.

    Hi
    I did not realize that I have to provide information on where to obtain easily available secondhand (and almost worthless) film cameras.

    My apology for being ignorant to your thoughts.
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    [SOLVED !] Re: Tiny stepper motor.

    You usually find very small stepper motors in a zoom barrel of a compact camera.

    Some (larger) motor with screw leads can be found in old floppy drives head
  81. Thread: Mplab x

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    Re: Mplab x

    My mistake, I did not read before I post..
    Oh well..
    Thanks for pointing out the thread.
  82. Thread: Mplab x

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    Mplab x

    Looks like Microchip is preparing to release a new MPLAB IDE, called MPLAB X.
    It has editor that looks very close to the Microcode editor.
    Quite a lot of improvement / changes in the presentation....
  83. Re: Any plans to support these enhanced core devices? : PIC12F1822/16F1823

    Almost half a year passed and no reply to OP.
    Updates to Proton is somewhat getting slower these last years.

    ===

    Well, reading the Beta pages, I seen that Les is looking into support of these...
  84. Re: can create an article, but not publish or edit it

    Good things are worth waiting for.
    Take your time, I am sure it will be beneficial.
    Thanks for taking your time to write.
  85. Re: can create an article, but not publish or edit it

    Gday Harm,
    I definitely interested in multiple LED PWM, specially if you can control individual LEDs with that.
  86. Re: What happened to the "Proton FineLine Plugin" post?

    Wastrix, I think the problem is that that particular plugins has gone missing,
    It is nowhere to be found or download.
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    [SOLVED !] Both my code above and the Proton sample code ...

    Both my code above and the Proton sample code
    can be applied to the TTW4028001 screen.
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    [SOLVED !] I am not sure if I am answering your questions. ...

    I am not sure if I am answering your questions.

    However, if you are using a 4 wires - RESISTIVE touch screen,
    you can simply attach one each of the x and Y wires to ADC ports and the other two to...
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    Microchip PM3 programmer have this function built...

    Microchip PM3 programmer have this function built in.
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    So how many of these wall warts do you need? ...

    So how many of these wall warts do you need?
    and what city is your mate at right now?
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    mate, as in anywhere, you can get anything but...

    mate, as in anywhere, you can get anything but the price may not be a good as you want.
    Mind you Australia has a very small market and (almost) everything are being imported, so (almost) everything...
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    :rolleyes: as usual I am a dollar short and a...

    :rolleyes: as usual I am a dollar short and a day late..
    I must be blind..
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    In Sydney, try WES components in Ashfield or...

    In Sydney, try WES components in Ashfield
    or Oatley Electronics in ahum.. Oatley..
    In Melbourne try ROckby Electronics.

    All those places deal with mail orders and have surplus PSU which may be...
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    [SOLVED !] Hi wastrix - see your inbox I have just PM you.

    Hi wastrix
    - see your inbox I have just PM you.
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    [SOLVED !] This topic is definitely getting interesting....

    This topic is definitely getting interesting.
    Thanks for all the tips.. I am soaking them up..

    Like HelpMe! My program starts to overgrown the original intended pic.
    by simply losing the...
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    [SOLVED !] Yes, definitely, labelstore is great idea!.....

    Yes, definitely, labelstore is great idea!..
    Thanks !!
  97. Thread: Wiegand Output

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    You OR your inputs for your pulse Assuming the...

    You OR your inputs for your pulse
    Assuming the wiegand input is normally high,




    for x = 0 to 7 ; do this for 8 bits

    WaitforPulse:
    if...
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    I went through this problem a few months ago. ...

    I went through this problem a few months ago.
    After much thought I end up soldering a new USB port for the dongle INSIDE my laptop, lucky to find a little space just fits the dongle and a heat...
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    Thanks chrisall for pointing this out to me. I...

    Thanks chrisall for pointing this out to me.
    I am aware of the services available on the net.

    As a software writer, I am also wary of the fact that my software can be
    used and/or copied without...
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    @ Maverick Seriously, I am ashamed of myself...

    @ Maverick

    Seriously, I am ashamed of myself for getting my self riled up by your first comment on this topic.
    I can see your point in saying the fault is mine, as in if I did not forget the...
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    @ fanie, I forgot, in SA you got a lot of...

    @ fanie,

    I forgot, in SA you got a lot of power failure?
    dont you guys use UPS?
    The reason I use a laptop is because I have to go abroad a lot and dont like to waste time while travelling. ...
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    @ Fanie Thanks for your advice. I will carry...

    @ Fanie

    Thanks for your advice. I will carry a fishing rod with me in the car from now. :D
    That make sense.. at least it wont make my blood pressure rises :cool:
    Oh, I even bought a 3 years...
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    Carl, I am a reasonable person. I do not and...

    Carl,
    I am a reasonable person.
    I do not and will not demand Les to risk his intellectual property.
    In fact, there is nowhere in my post that suggest that.

    Again, I stress out..
    1. I do...
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    It is either that or I have to crack open the...

    It is either that or I have to crack open the laptop case and hardwire the key inside.
    If I do that, it mean that I must purchase or beg Crownhill for another key to use on my desktop. It is...
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    I agree that proton is a great package. I also...

    I agree that proton is a great package. I also love it, wouldn't have bought it if I didn't.

    It is great to know that the dongle is robust.
    However, my concern is not the robustness of the...
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    Well, I will ignore your attempt to be rude on...

    Well, I will ignore your attempt to be rude on the previous post.

    Whether you have ever forgotten anything in your life is irrelevant on this discussion.
    If you like to boast on whether or not...
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    I HATE USB dongles!!! Please Help!!!

    Just a few weeks ago I upgraded to the PDS from the old Protonplus.
    I use both a desktop and a Laptop because I am often on the road.

    Now while I am still using the ProtonPlus, I only have to...
  108. Thread: 12f675 @ 20MHz

    by Parmin
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    I use 12F675 to 20mhz all the time. No problem. ...

    I use 12F675 to 20mhz all the time. No problem.

    Have you turn off the analog capability??

    Par.
  109. Thread: Serial LCD

    by Parmin
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    [SOLVED !] Surely a PIC chip such as the PIC16F505 could be...

    Surely a PIC chip such as the PIC16F505 could be used in the design and may end up costing less. PIC16F505 have internal osc and 12 I/O pin and costs only 45c each.

    Added to that, the fact that...
  110. Thread: lost usb key

    by Parmin
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    Hi Lester, I do apologize for my toughtless...

    Hi Lester, I do apologize for my toughtless comment. I do not mean that investion in your product is a waste. Afterall, I did invest on it :) .

    After considering your reply, I feel that you...
  111. Thread: lost usb key

    by Parmin
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    Would this be a big problem? :confused: I...

    Would this be a big problem? :confused: I cannot see if it can't be powered by a small battery. It does not have to be constantly in communication, it could be using a very low duty ratio thus a...
  112. Thread: lost usb key

    by Parmin
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    I must admit that part of my worry to upgrade to...

    I must admit that part of my worry to upgrade to PDS (beside the price) is to loose my dongle and the inconvinience of having to plug and unplug and plug and unplug.....

    I wonder, Crownhill have...
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    I think what BrianPS talk about is the ZIF, or...

    I think what BrianPS talk about is the ZIF, or socket adapter, not soldered kind which are offered in the Crownhill site.

    I am using a lot of SOIC type micros, and yes, I also would like to...
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