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  1. Thread: Code error

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    Re: Code error

    Yep- The MIN function went away a while back. Here's the way I re-did my bar graph code:


    Dim A2D_VAL As Word ' The value from the A/D converter
    Dim BAR_VAL As Word ' Value to be graphed....
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    Re: PicKit4, cosa ne pensate?

    From their website:
    * Three software elements - the software in your package is specific to you and the donation.
    1. PICkit 3 Graphical user interface application. Specific solution for...
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    Re: PicKit4, cosa ne pensate? PicKit4 What do you think?

    If you go with a Pickit 2 or Pickit 3, make sure to check out Pickit Plus software: http://www.protonbasic.co.uk/forumdisplay.php/376-PICKit-Plus
    It's an enhanced version of Microchip's software...
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    Re: High impedence opamp quesion

    Hi Yves-
    Here's some information that may be helpful: https://www.ti.com/lit/an/snoa529a/snoa529a.pdf

    -Rick
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    Re: High impedence opamp quesion

    It just so happens that I designed an amplifier for a pH probe a few months ago. A couple of things you should be aware of:
    (1) Board cleanliness is crucial. Make sure to remove any solder flux....
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    Re: Web site advertising

    They're not in every post- maybe one out of every five.

    -Rick
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    Re: Web site advertising

    Here's an example:3672
    I'm not against advertising at all, and I CERTAINLY want Crownhill and Les to make a profit on this. I'm just suggesting a tweak, if possible.

    /rant.

    -Rick
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    Re: Web site advertising

    Thanks for the info regarding misleading advertising. FYI- the link in your post doesn't work, but I'll search for the way to report these adverts to Google.
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    Re: 16 leds to drive, how?

    Hi Tim-
    I wonder if it might be possible to use a single really bright LED and couple it to some side emitting light pipe like this:...
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    Re: Web site advertising

    Hi Lester-
    I don't object to ads AROUND the posts, but I find the ads that are being inserted in the middle of the posts to be very annoying. Are they absolutely necessary?

    Also- FYI- Some of the...
  11. Thread: Forum withdrawal

    by rcurl
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    Re: Forum withdrawal

    I am now, but yesterday was rough. Kept checking to see if the forum was back online.
    -Rick
  12. Thread: Forum withdrawal

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    Forum withdrawal

    Whew! Glad the forum is back. Yesterday while it was down, I was suffering from "Forum Withdrawal Syndrome".
    You had me worried for a while there. Hope all is OK.

    -Rick
  13. Thread: Pickit2 firmware

    by rcurl
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    Re: Pickit2 firmware

    Hi Fanie-
    The Pickit 2 is still my programmer of choice. Rock stable. Never had a firmware issue with it. I did get some Chinese clones that were crap. Threw them out.
    I did find some Chinese...
  14. Thread: Pickit2 firmware

    by rcurl
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    Re: Pickit2 firmware

    You might give the new PicKit Plus software a try: http://www.protonbasic.co.uk/showthread.php/78241-PICKitPlus-Forum
    It works with both the Pickit 2 and the Pickit 3, and it adds a number of...
  15. Re: Half Hourly 3phase electricity meter ready

    Hi John-
    I don't think it will be possible to read the GSM signal, but many meters also have bluetooth or even a bidirectional infrared data port on them. Have you tried searching the model number...
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    Re: spi interface to HD44780 LCD display

    Hi Charlie-
    It's not from Les, but will this help? http://www.protonbasic.co.uk/showthread.php/62478-%93Print%94-command-for-SPI-Alfa-numeric-LCD

    -Rick
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    I dont belive it ! Re: Back in time looking good !

    807's look like big tubes until you see one of these:
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    I was at a shortwave radio station over the past weekend helping fix one of their four 500,000 watt transmitters. The final tube is the...
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    Re: Diffuser IR Leds (how)

    Hi Tim-
    does the sensor only work in the IR range? I wonder if it may have sensitivity in the visible range. If it does, then you have a lot more options, like CCFL tubes, or the LED arrays used...
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    Re: Remote programming with Pickkit2

    ....and along the same lines, if you have the power jumpered internally like that, don't plug it into a circuit that requires 3.3 volts while the USB is plugged in.

    -Rick
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    Re: Ethernet to RS232 converter

    I have used some https://www.lantronix.com/products/xport/
    You can map them to each other, so it acts like a serial cable that works over Ethernet, or you can use their com port...
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    Re: Remote programming with Pickkit2

    I use the "programmer to go" mode all the time and it works great. I also added a jumper wire inside the Pickit 2's between Vcc on the ICSP connector back to +5 on the USB connector so the Pickit...
  22. Thread: PICKitPlus Forum

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    Sticky: Re: PICKitPlus Forum

    Pickit Plus does work great with PDS, including from within the IDE.
    I set up two programmer entries; one for 5 volts and one for 3.3 volts. I used the string:

    -w -e -a5 -pPIC$target-device$...
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    Re: Advertisement on the forum

    Sounds good to me as long as I can use PayPal to pay for it.
    -Rick
  24. Thread: Library Loader

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    Re: Library Loader

    Hi John-
    Good to hear from you again!
    I installed the Library Loader, and the good news is that it does work. I'm not terribly impressed, though.
    Samacsys does not have libraries for Diptrace. ...
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    Web site advertising

    FYI- At the top of each page I'm seeing this:

    --- This is a test - only visible to admins ---
    --- advertisement may go here ---

    ....but I'm not an Admin, so something my be set incorrectly.
    ...
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    Re: PIC18F1330 PLL problem

    Tumbleweed nailed it. Changing from "Internal Oscillator Block" to "Primary Oscillator" got it running at 32Mhz. Microchip seems to have gone out of their way to make this confusing.
    Thanks to...
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    Re: PIC18F1330 PLL problem

    Thanks for all the responses. Sorry to be slow responding. One of our goats broke a horn off last night (ouch!!) and we've been focused on getting her taken care of.
    I'll get back on this project...
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    Re: PIC18F1330 PLL problem

    Thanks, George. Testing the IOFS bit didn't help, and I'm not sure how to check FOSC3:FOSC0. The oscillator type is being set by Fuse Configurator.

    -Rick
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    Re: PIC18F1330 PLL problem

    Thanks, Charlie. Unfortunately that didn't do it.

    I haven't needed to write any code in several months, so it's likely I'm making a bonehead mistake somewhere. I've used the PLL many times on...
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    PIC18F1330 PLL problem

    I'm just starting out on a new project that uses a PIC18F1330. I haven't used this specific chip before, so I began by trying to blink an LED just to make sure I've got things working right. My LED...
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    Re: User Articles not accessible

    I'm sure that was tough to find. Thanks for fixing it. Lester!

    -Rick
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    Re: User Articles not accessible

    Sorry to be slow responding.

    All OK now. Thanks, Lester!

    -Rick
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    User Articles not accessible

    I just noticed that If I click on any of the "user articles" at the top right side of the forum top level menu page, such as:...
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    Re: Malware on this website?

    Thanks guys! ESPECIALLY LESTER!
    Sorry that ended up being so complicated and frustrating. All your hard work is really appreciated.

    -Rick
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    Re: Malware on this website?

    Strange- I'm not seeing any of these problems. I usually use Opera, but I just tried Chrome, Firefox, and IE, with no problems on any of them. Could it be that problem has been resolved?

    -Rick
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