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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
  6. Re: Is it possible to add another sample like Ser_buffer.bas?

    I like what you've done with the robot!! Very nice.

    I'm sure you'll get some responses about the serial buffer soon.

    -Rick
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    Re: Driving SK9822 or APA102 RGB LED's

    Hi guys-
    I made a couple changes and it is working better. I added the declare "Shift_DelayUS 100" and changed the Shout command to MSBFirst_L so the clock will idle low.
    It seems to be stable...
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    Re: Driving SK9822 or APA102 RGB LED's

    Well- it seems to be working ....at least occasionally. I'm using this code:

    SPIloop:
    SHOut PORTC.2, PORTC.0, MsbFirst, [$00,$00,$00,$00] 'start frame
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    Re: Driving SK9822 or APA102 RGB LED's

    Thanks, Dave! Much appreciated. Looks like it uses a software SPI driver instead of the MSSP, but at this point I just want to see some LED's light up!

    I'll convert it to PDS when I get home...
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    Re: Driving SK9822 or APA102 RGB LED's

    Thanks for the info!
    I can't seem to get anything out of the SPI Master.

    I've got the MSSP set up like this:


    All_Digital = true
    Declare Xtal = 16

    '* Set I/O pin direction *
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    Re: 16f1503 AND PWM modules

    Yep- that fixed it. I thought I was on the latest version, but it turns out that on my laptop I was on 3.6.0.3. I did the update, went back to my original code, and everything is working perfectly....
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    Driving SK9822 or APA102 RGB LED's

    I've been trying to figure out how to drive SK9822 or APA102 RGB LED's using the MSSP module in a PIC16F1503 but I'm getting nowhere. Part of the problem is that I haven't used MSSP SPI mode with a...
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    Re: 16f1503 AND PWM modules

    Yep- Already checked it. In this case the Erratas didn't apply. In the past, I've been burned by their Erratas on more than one occasion. In one case, I implemented their workaround and when they...
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    Re: 16f1503 AND PWM modules

    Thanks, Les. You're the best!

    Giving you a LEGITIMATE thumbs up on your post.

    -Rick
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    Re: A question for Americans

    Thanks, George. I'll give it a look.

    -Rick
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    Re: 16f1503 AND PWM modules

    I was writing code for a 16F1503 and I could not get PWM2 to work. PWM's 1,3, and 4 were fine. The PPI file for the PIC looks fine.

    I downloaded Les' PWM library replacement routine and it fixed...
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    Re: A question for Americans

    Hi George-
    Are you going to make me watch the movie or are you going to tell us?

    I checked IMDB and didn't see the movie listed. What's the whole name? Is it any good?

    -Rick
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    Re: Dim xxx as code problem on P24

    You mean like cleaning the registry? :)
    -Rick
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    Re: New PICkit 4 available

    Hi John- I think we're in the same boat. My PSA results just came back as .05, so all is good.

    As for the Pickit 4- It's under a pile of stuff in a drawer somewhere. I'm not going to bother with...
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    Re: Ferrite transformer question

    eBay is a good source for Litz wire. I'm using some that has 53 strands of #33 wire Two 4-turn windings driven in push-pull by a resonant zero-voltage switch. It runs about 30Khz. I've got a 4 mil...
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    Re: Ferrite transformer question

    Hi Charlie-
    We use flyback-style ferrite transformers with a ferrite core that is in two C-shaped halves. Each time a wire passes through the "window" in the core that counts as a turn.
    If you're...
  22. Thread: Why the PIC26K42

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    Re: Why the PIC26K42

    Hi Fanie-
    don't be a stranger. We miss you!

    -Rick
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    Re: LCD Chr Generator Plug-In

    Hi Dolci-
    Thanks for the information! That fixed it for me.

    -Rick
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    Re: 18F24k20 Handbrake Stuck

    Hi Charlie-
    It looks like OSCCON is missing from your code. Try OSCCON = %01110010. Also, I'm not seeing OSCFRQ as being a valid SFR.

    -Rick
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    Re: Programmable RF oscillators

    You're right, John- I was thinking mainly of checking timebase accuracy. Calibrating amplitude would be tricky.

    -Rick
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    Re: Programmable RF oscillators

    Hi Charlie-
    For calibration purposes, you could start with a stable crystal oscillator, maybe 10 to 50 Mhz, and feed the output into a snap diode. This can generate evenly-spaced harmonics (a "comb...
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    Re: Slightly surprised by 18F26K22

    ....but the 4.7K pulldown is only in the circuit while the Pickit is connected. As soon as you're done programming and unplug the Pickit, it's not an issue.

    -Rick
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    Re: Slightly surprised by 18F26K22

    Yes-exactly. You can probably go higher on the resistor to reduce the load on the programmer. Maybe even as much as 10K. Sounds like some experimentation is called for.

    -Rick
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    Re: Slightly surprised by 18F26K22

    Hi George-
    I think you got lucky on this one. Of course, when Vpp goes up to 10+ volts, both PGC and PGD become inputs, regardless of how TRIS is set, but the Pickit2 must have been able to...
  30. Re: Need someone smarter than me to write code for POV displays

    Thanks, Les-
    I didn't realize that the APA102's were that much faster. That's valuable info!

    -Rick
  31. Re: Need someone smarter than me to write code for POV displays

    Thank you!
    -Rick
  32. Re: Need someone smarter than me to write code for POV displays

    Thanks for the info, but this is a MUCH bigger project. The software that generates the animated graphics has to run on both PC and Mac, and the display part will be using a PIC. They will be...
  33. Re: Need someone smarter than me to write code for POV displays

    I just sent him a PM.

    Thanks.

    -Rick
  34. Re: Need someone smarter than me to write code for POV displays

    Thanks, guys, but I think I must not have explained clearly. POV means "Persistence of Vision". In this case there will be four arms with 128 RGB LED's on both sides of each one. These will be...
  35. Need someone smarter than me to write code for POV displays

    I've been contacted by a company that wants to develop some large full-color POV displays capable of showing animated graphics. I can handle the hardware aspect of this project, but the firmware that...
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