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  1. Re: Has anyone code to set up a firewing board 18f... to talk via the USART/USB?

    :calm::calm::encouragement:

    Thanks, works now!
  2. Re: Has anyone code to set up a firewing board 18f... to talk via the USART/USB?

    Thanks

    After using fuse config I got it to work in a sim. Not yet on the board, I think it's a timing issue. But getting nearer..

    Cheers
  3. Re: Has anyone code to set up a firewing board 18f... to talk via the USART/USB?

    Hi

    I have a firewing dongle somewhere. I need the fuse setup etc

    Thanks

    Tim
  4. Re: Has anyone code to set up a firewing board 18f... to talk via the USART/USB?

    Thanks

    Do you have any sample code showing it working that I can program not using the bootloader. Eg the icsp

    Thanks

    Tim
  5. Has anyone code to set up a firewing board 18f... to talk via the USART/USB?

    Hi As per title I have a firewing board 18F and want make it talk via the built in USART/USB device to a terminal.

    I can program its via a Pickit2

    I'm having issues. Has anyone a bit of code...
  6. Thread: 2 port i2c

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    Re: 2 port i2c

    Thanks Les

    The first time I compiled with only one parameter it complained. Now it works

    Thanks
  7. Thread: 2 port i2c

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    2 port i2c

    Hello.

    I need to have 2 ports for use with a pair of i2c devices. They have the same address so I have to use 2 ports

    12cin lets you specify the port but its syntx is not compatable

    I need...
  8. Thread: CData Table

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    Re: CData Table

    When formating stuff in the past I used a word processor as they have better find/replace commands and if need be use a macro or 2
  9. Thread: Trying to set ORG

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    Re: Trying to set ORG

    Not had a chance to check but org is a assembler directive so you need @ Org
  10. Conversion of I2C code from Firewing to Proton

    Hi

    I had some code I used to read an i2c device that I originally used in Firewing.

    But I'm confused by the syntax conversion to software i2c in Proton
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    Re: Syncronous comms between two PIC's

    Just to show you how little code needs to run for an SPI routine


    Slave code


    SPI_INTERRUPT:

    If SSPIF = cTrue Then ; Do we have...
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    Re: Syncronous comms between two PIC's

    Hi Towreg

    I have a load of code for 2 pic coms. The issue is the no interrupts requirement. Interrupts are needed on the slave side unless it's doing nothing else.

    On the master side with SPI...
  13. Thread: PCB Stencils

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    Re: PCB Stencils

    My 2 cents worth

    For SMD that is not just simple SMT and it's a one off eg has legs that stick out then a solder iron is great. If it has hidden legs or is very fine pitch then a solder mask is...
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    Re: Easier way to initialize EEPROM

    Not sure exactly what is onerous about writing the edata out once during programming. Afew cut paste blocks will do it in a min or 2.


    If the values have to be different every time I would fill...
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    Re: Just to let you know

    From my very limited experience of a procedural language with local variables, It uses a lot of vars. Way more than I would use.

    The $define example I used while a little more of a pain to set up...
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    Re: Just to let you know

    There is also $Define



    ; Rounded division

    $define RoundedDiv(ValueNum, ValueDivisor, TheResult) dSTempDWord1 = ValueNum: wSTempWord1 = ValueDivisor'
    GoSub RoundedDivSub '
    ...
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    Re: PCB proto assembly UK

    Thanks

    Not sure they will take already manufactured boards. But will check them out for a new job.

    Tim
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    PCB proto assembly UK

    Hi

    I'm just too busy these days and my electronics shop too messy to let me get round to assembling a PCB. So I'm looking to farm it out.

    Its SMT that will need a solder mask to fix one part as...
  19. Thread: CDATA oddities?

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    [SOLVED !] Re: CDATA oddities?

    What CPU was it coded for?
  20. Re: Need someone smarter than me to write code for POV displays

    Hi Rick

    Dow, sorry :)

    You should still consider Gabi.

    Tim
  21. Re: Need someone smarter than me to write code for POV displays

    Also have you considered Android? There is a lot of hardware out there, and Android can handle all the back end GPU stuff.

    ...
  22. Re: Need someone smarter than me to write code for POV displays

    Hi Rick

    There are systems that will do what you want. for example 4D Systems https://www.4dsystems.com.au/ You do though pay a premium.

    I'm not sure if you used Gabi in the past but he has...
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    Re: Someone experience with Delta robots?

    Sorry cannot help but just had to say. So cool! I would love to have one!

    Again sorry for not having any info
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    Re: Getting OLD PC apps to run on Win 10

    So I got a response back from the author. The issue is with the installer so he sent the files for the exe etc and now it works!!!!

    Happy chappy!

    Tim
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    Moved to say thanks to Les

    I was coding last night and looking in amazement at how compact the ASM is. It reminded me of doing the same back around the start of the 2000's.

    That was around 16 years ago.

    WOW! ~16 years...
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    Re: Getting OLD PC apps to run on Win 10

    Hello George

    I prefer basecalc

    Lester

    I tried that an others but no luck

    Thanks
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    Re: 8bit PWM duty cycle adjust

    I found that its not a useful 8 bits etc the value you write to the CCPR1L reg and the other 2 bits is not a straight 8 bits

    In the end I found the working range is 0 to ~316 for my freq and xtal...
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    8bit PWM duty cycle adjust

    Hi,

    I'm going nuts now trying to get the PWM duty cycle to adjust via the regs

    In the past I used the code

    $define SetPWM(PidValue) CCP1CON.4 = PidValue.0 : CCP1CON.5 = PidValue.1 : CCPR1L...
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    Re: Getting OLD PC apps to run on Win 10

    I emailed the author so will if he responds

    Tim
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    Re: Getting OLD PC apps to run on Win 10

    Thanks John

    It's currently in my downloads folder..

    Tim
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    Getting OLD PC apps to run on Win 10

    Hi,

    I know that the title is not exactly MCU based but there is a reason

    I used to use bascalc, it is a programmer calculator. I found it much easier to use than any other I have found.
    ...
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    Re: New PICkit 4 available

    Does it have a UI that does not involve Mplabs?
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    Re: Push or pull on fan

    Hi Rick

    Thanks, I'm looking at really high level of cooling on a product, so will look at those. The current tests with 2 x 120mm fans shows that I could get just about the cooling I need with 4...
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    Re: Who has a good eye for design?

    Barry

    You need to PM with an email address so I can send a link

    Tim
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    Re: Who has a good eye for design?

    Hi Steve

    I cannot find your email. PM or email me again would you?

    Thanks

    Tim
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