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  1. 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...
  3. 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...
  4. 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!
  5. 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...
  6. Thread: Vertical Lines

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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
  7. Thread: Vertical Lines

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    Re: Vertical Lines

    See FineLineIDE

    Norm
  8. Re: Some translation mathematical difficulties

    Try coding one operation per line and debug it to find the discrepancy.
  9. 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
  13. Thread: FineLineIDE

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    Re: FineLineIDE

    FineLineIDE 4.3.1 now available here.

    v4.3.1:
    Explorer view now widens as explorer is widened to better view when text size is set larger in PC settings. Corrected issues when tab is blank...
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    Re: Log in problems again.

    Me either with Chrome
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    AVC - Washing Machine Super Duper

    I am interested into how this washing machine AVC (active vibration control) works. Servos or stepper motors? They mention a gyro as well as a microphone.

    AVC kickstarter page

    Norm
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    Wegstr CNC milled double side PCB

    CNC MACHINE MOST SATISFYINGLY MILLS DOUBLE-SIDED PCBS

    Wegstr web site

    $2,600 USD


    https://youtu.be/cCm-UL-dCEc
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    Sticky: Re: PICKitPlus Forum

    Interesting as this appears to provide updated support for old PICKit2 and PICKit3's. Does it support a command line interface to provide one click programming from within the IDE?

    Norm
  18. Thread: Debugger

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    Re: Debugger

    I had looked into P-ICD for integration with FL however remember each device requires a file of which as the newer devices became more complex the difficulty increased and was not kept up.

    Proteus...
  19. Thread: Debugger

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    Re: Debugger

    What do you require which isn't provided by say serial out debugging or MPLab Sim for example?

    Norm
  20. Voltera V-One all in one print paste and reflow

    The V-One all In One for $3499 USD Prints PCBs, Dispenses Solder paste and reflows components. Forget the stencil & Assemble your boards in a few minutes.

    V-One specifications.
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    Re: PIC iPod wav player

    Ignore the preview and simply do the download.
    PIC iPod wav player is a read only.
  22. Thread: FineLineIDE

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    Re: FineLineIDE

    FineLineIDE 4.2.9 now available here

    v4.2.9:
    Added notification of when FineLineIDE.exe is placed inside a protected directory such as Program Files (x86).

    Norm
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    Re: 3D printer. Yey!!!!

    The Original Prusa i3 MK3 seems to be getting the rave reviews at the trade shows. Available in kit or assembled.

    https://shop.prusa3d.com/493-large_default/original-prusa-i3-mk3-kit.jpg

    Norm
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    Re: Why a delay in TX power up?

    Interestingly when the first word cuts out I do sometimes hear others which are closer to the location of the TX respond evident they got the complete message. It seems the TX lacks range for the...
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    Cypress Semiconductor FRAM

    What consumes 200 times less energy than its competitors, writes data instantly without delay, and has the endurance to write once per minute for over 190 million years?
    The answer: Cypress F-RAM,...
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    Re: Why a delay in TX power up?

    I had almost forgotten this thread however even with the squelch set to 0 the first word still often cuts out. I am afraid its not intuitive almost a punishment to restrain from speaking for a...
  27. MCP1811/12 LDO voltage reg with ultra-low 250 nA of quiescent current

    The MCP1811/12 devices are 150 mA (MCP1811) and 300 mA (MCP1812) low dropout (LDO) linear regulators that provide high-current and low-output voltages while maintaining an ultra-low 250 nA of...
  28. By the numbers programming languages and devices

    In a previous post concerning the current top 10 most popular programming languages according to GitHuB statistics I posted the following graph:
    3566


    Today I am posting the numbers of...
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    Re: Delphi or Visual Studio etc. ?

    Here are the top 10 languages according to the 8 million newest users of GitHub this past year.

    Norm

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    Re: Delphi or Visual Studio etc. ?

    Interestingly there was no mention of Java at all at the recent Google Pixel 3 event furthering speculation Goggle may be replacing it within the next few years.

    Earlier articles have suggested...
  31. Thread: FineLineIDE

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    Re: FineLineIDE

    FineLineIDE 4.2.6 now available here.

    v4.2.6:
    Added explorer support for sub...endsub.
    Explorer background colors sub and proc in addition to current line to indicate current line is within the...
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    Re: Delphi or Visual Studio etc. ?

    Perhaps the Google hits are an indication of students learning the skills needed for the growth areas such as mobile apps and machine learning? Many PC apps are trending to the cloud. Anyway it's...
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    Re: Delphi or Visual Studio etc. ?

    It may surprise a few that C isn't at the top as the most popular programming language for writing apps outside of embedded (PICs).

    The current top two coding languages in order are Python and...
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    Re: Delphi or Visual Studio etc. ?

    This is an blog posted today describing Delphi from an independent software solutions provider Chetu.

    It could be noted that the IDE provided with PDS is written in Delphi as well as FineLineIDE....
  35. Thread: FineLineIDE

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    Re: FineLineIDE

    I will get to work on this soon, hopefully this weekend.

    Norm
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