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    Re: Temperature sensing 100-160c

    Thermocouples work well for high temps.

    Norm
  2. Re: Code generated by 3.7.0.8 not fitting in 18F24K22

    FL has a USED button which finds unused variables a bit faster than doing a search of each one.
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    Matchbox-sized radar

    New matchbox-sized radar could make its way into drones and security systems.
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    Interestingly under the "Most Dreaded Platforms" Arduino is listed 4th.

    Under Most Popular Technologies: Programming, Scripting, and Markup Languages C scored 11th out of 25.
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    Stack Overflow’s annual Developer Survey is the largest and most comprehensive survey of people who code around the world. This year, nearly 90,000 developers told us how they learn and level up,...
  6. Re: Streaming the same audio track in real time to two different locations

    Maximum Over-the-Air Data Rate 300 kbps with FSK modulation; 12500 bps with LoRa Technology modulation.
    Random selection of RN2903 LoRa:...
  7. Re: Streaming the same audio track in real time to two different locations

    Theirs always a chance the cell connectivity could be overloaded or a bit of delay on the day of the show due to the crowds. It depends on the capacity at the site and backbone of the system. These...
  8. Re: Streaming the same audio track in real time to two different locations

    I like SimonJA's idea best as only the start point of identical prerecorded music in the park and prerecorded music operating the bridges light show would require synchronization. A long range low...
  9. Re: Streaming the same audio track in real time to two different locations

    I don't have much to add except radio stations broadcast music for much further distances. Perhaps a FM frequency is available for a less powerful transmitter? I suspect the internet may be to...
  10. New dsPIC33CH512MP508 100 MHz Dual-Core 16-bit DSC

    All devices in the dsPIC33C family include a fully featured set of functional safety hardware to ease ASIL-B and ASIL-C certifications in safety-critical applications. Functional safety features...
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    Apple Watch 4 question

    I presently have this question on the apple forums however so far no luck. Does anyone own or have access to an Apple watch 4? If so can the fall alarm notification number be user programmed or is...
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    Re: Pickit2 firmware

    See PICkit 2 v2.61.00 Setup dotNET A.zip
    Note although there may be a message the file type is not supported my test download worked fine.

    I can remove the download if not cool.

    Norm
  13. Thread: Vl6180x

    by normnet
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    Re: Vl6180x

    May not be of much help however a previous version the VL53L0X is on the Wiki.

    Norm
  14. Re: Tesla acquires Maxwell for dry electrode technology?

    Coal use in the USA has seen a sharp decline in recent years caused less expensive natural gas made possible by fracking tech of which at this point is mainly successful in the USA.

    Norm
  15. Re: Tesla acquires Maxwell for dry electrode technology?

    A few interesting Tesla EV (electric vehicle) facts:

    Tesla EV's are the safest vehicles ever made.

    Watch this Tesla family car Model S P100D Ludicrous edge out a Lamborghini in the quarter mile...
  16. Re: Tesla acquires Maxwell for dry electrode technology?

    Same here as I drive my used vehicles until they rust out which has been at about 12 years old. For some reason diesel cars haven't ever really caught on in the US and may be all but gone with...
  17. Re: How many digit after the comma a negative float variable can take

    For expected precision on today's larger and faster PICs see NBitMath for calculation values of up to 31 bytes wide with no rounding down etc.

    For display and step by step debugging see...
  18. Re: Tesla acquires Maxwell for dry electrode technology?

    Prius is included in the list of vehicles that 'bring the most joy'

    Norm
  19. Tesla acquires Maxwell for dry electrode technology?

    Tesla acquires ultracapacitor and battery manufacturer for over $200 million
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    Re: Diffuser IR Leds (how)

    See Dexter a open-source, 3D printed, high precision robotic arm with trainability.




    https://youtu.be/8g1r36-PNFI

    Their code disks get about 8,000 points per slit which results in over a...
  21. Re: U-Blox-Leon-G100-GSM-(SMS)-Module-Control-Project

    Above bad link. Try this:
    http://www.protonbasic.co.uk/content.php/4648-U-Blox-Leon-G100-GSM-(SMS)-Module-Control-Project
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    Re: Baud rate problem

    I remember using a baud rate crystal for 115,200 baud as it needs to be right on at that speed.
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    Re: Baud rate problem

    Does the USART operate at a lesser baud rate so as to prove its working?
  24. Re: HAs anyone used the TSL1401CL linear sensor?

    Consider machine vision/machine learning to determine the water level by use of a camera and PC. Feed the training algorithm several hundred images categorized as hi, on target, and low water level...
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    I dont belive it ! Re: Back in time looking good !

    I am not in the know as to how exactly PDS got its start however I vaguely remember the origin can be traced back to Basic Stamp followed by an offshoot of PicBasic Pro then PDS. Description has...
  26. Re: By the numbers programming languages and devices

    I have briefly looked at the embedded application on Python and question if it converts well to microcontrollers as for one thing it's an interpreter. Correct me if I'm wrong but why should the...
  27. Re: Update on procedures in the Proton BASIC Compiler

    Going the Microchip ARM route the SAM E70/S70/V70/V71 Family offers up to 300 MHz in as small as a 64 pin LQFP as well as QFP. Impressive specs!
  28. Re: Update on procedures in the Proton BASIC Compiler

    I confess I am presently trying to make headway with PIC32MZ (MZ includes 200MHz) in MPLABX however its been a beast for even some of the most basic commands. MZ example code for DelayMS for...
  29. Thread: Vertical Lines

    by normnet
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    Re: Vertical Lines

    To use those other programs simply click the "Open in orgi IDE button in FL" and make your changes then save and bring FL back into use as it will include your changes.

    Norm
  30. Thread: Vertical Lines

    by normnet
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    Re: Vertical Lines

    See FineLineIDE

    Norm
  31. Re: Some translation mathematical difficulties

    Try coding one operation per line and debug it to find the discrepancy.
  32. Re: Does anyone use the SD File system on a 18F device?

    If you consider the 16 bit PICs Proton24 SD FAT File System is included in the installation in samples "C:\Users\you\PDS\Samples24".

    For the 8 bit PICs see PIC iPod wav player for non FAT read...
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    Re: Driving 2 LCD Modules from 1 CPU

    82K is about 1/10 of a gig. Perhaps a better pdf writer is available?
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    Re: Got to be a mistake at $59 USD?

    Good to know.
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    Got to be a mistake at $59 USD?

    Snapmaker 3-in-1 3D Printer
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