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    Re: Procedures in the 8-bit Proton Compiler

    Considering the benefits I get from Proton. You have my money every day of the week..

    Thanks so much for supporting the compiler.
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    Re: Advertisement on the forum

    I'm happy to donate and have adds.
  3. Thread: PICKitPlus Forum

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    Sticky: Re: PICKitPlus Forum

    May seem dumb but where is a link to a download?

    BTW I'm happy to donate and will do.
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    Re: Bit bash SPI master and slave.

    Some info on how you use it.

    The slave once set up sits with its state machine in wait for first byte state.
    When the SPI line is pulled low the pic then clocks in the data from the master. Once...
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    Re: Bit bash SPI master and slave.

    Here is the SPI slave code There is more than needed but I tried to remove the chaff




    ;-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    ;**** Added by Fuse...
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    Re: Bit bash SPI master and slave.

    Code display is not working I will try another way




    SPI_INTERRUPT:


    If SSPIF = cTrue Then ; Do we have the right interrupt?
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    Re: Bit bash SPI master and slave.

    Hi George

    A taster of the code,

    The way it works is you allocate a set of regs and the master reads or writes to them. In my I have the first reg as a command byte so the main code can get...
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    Re: Bit bash SPI master and slave.

    Hi George

    I have code, Its interrupt driven on the SPI slave side, tested working... I will post it tomorrow.
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    Re: Advertisement on the forum

    Look at the likes of the EVblog. They have adverts and I see no issues with it. If it helps pay for the forum. I'm all for it.
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    Re: P24 (using Procedures) for 18F Pics??

    I'm happy to pay an annual fee.
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    Re: Multiple functions by a single switch

    Do you want 4 buttons on one pic pin or 4 functions of 1 button?
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    Re: Chocolate egg delivery mechanism

    Hi George

    It was an exhibit in a sex exhibition. There were man and a lady fiberglass manikin leaning against the wall. The public used a paddle to twack the rear ends and a big set of lights lite...
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    Re: Chocolate egg delivery mechanism

    Hi,

    A few questions
    Is the egg to be raised up or fall down
    Is it actually egg shaped eg will it not roll
    How heavy is the egg?

    Thoughts
    Heath Robinson from memory used string (complete...
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    Re: Lin bus and auto baud detection

    Thanks George

    I had seen that but they do not show the source or explain how it works. You need to use the IDE to generate the code first, then i would have to figure out what it was doing and it...
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    Lin bus and auto baud detection

    Lin bus looks to be a great system for an application i'm working on. One of the main things is the slave can be really simple without needing a crystal. To resolve the usart timing its master sends...
  16. Re: Display Which Will Work In Direct SunLight ??

    Just look for a transflective display. There are loads of them.

    There is the Samsung routines build into Proton but there is other displays supported....
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    Re: PIC16F18877 - no PWM output

    Hi,

    Some starters

    1 Make sure you can flash the led eg that the pic runs at the right speed
    2 In your code the reg and port set up seems to extensive and you may have set something wrong. The...
  18. Thread: Unpacked BCD Maths

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    Re: Unpacked BCD Maths

    Oops my bin calculator stripped some of the numbers off.
  19. Thread: Unpacked BCD Maths

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    Re: Unpacked BCD Maths

    Excuse my ignorance I have a question or 2

    Is the number 46084500000 the large end of the numbers you will need to process as thats still smaller than a Dword

    Did you convert the BCD to binary?...
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    Re: Sensitive Reflective Light Sensor

    I decided to do some more testing with my capacitive system and was disappointed, to much drift so I'm going to try out the OPB9000.

    Thanks for the heads up
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    Re: Sensitive Reflective Light Sensor

    The article was interesting. Unfortunately the use of floats falls foul of patents. I'm going down the path of capacitive sensors. I'm pretty sure it will be my solution.

    I just need to actually...
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    Re: HBUSIN stops program?

    Opps

    I did not do my checking. Hbus in an i2c command not SPI

    I was talking about SPI

    Sorry!
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    Re: HBUSIN stops program?

    Hbusin is a hardware command that has to wait until the flag says there is data in the register. So if no data is sent then I will wait. Just like HRSIN

    Look to see if there is a timeout for that...
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    Re: Inexplicable fault. Any tips? RESOLVED!!!!!!!

    So before I tell you the issue. Just a comment on the logic low. That was one of the first things I checked. The chip also has a pull down and I lifted the legs and applied the feed from the Pic to...
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    Re: Inexplicable fault. Any tips?

    Well it looks like I'm doing something wrong. I swapped the part for a DRV8870DDAR. I modified the Irlim etc to suit and exactly the same. Only Out2 is being driven.

    If I had any hair left I would...
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    Re: Inexplicable fault. Any tips?

    Hello Thoranaga

    I have 4 boards all the same.

    New parts are arriving today so will see what happens.
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    Re: Inexplicable fault. Any tips?

    Henk

    There was load to start with and I have tried many times with load without load.

    I purchased 20 direct from TI then I found Farnell sell an equivalent. DRV8870DDAR I cannot actually see...
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    Re: Inexplicable fault. Any tips?

    I think now it's a faulty batch. I took a proto board with pads to suit the chip. Wired up the device and tested it using the 12v 0v and 5v signal lines from my normal board and the result was the...
  29. Re: How much code space our routines have article

    Probably not right here but when I'm looking to save code space. I look through the ASM file. The lines of basic are there and followed by the ASM. You can see at a glance the code that takes up a...
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    Re: Inexplicable fault. Any tips?

    Hi Norm and Gamboa

    I have pulled the chip and checked the traces all are good.
    As I said I swapped the chips between good and bad boards, Chip works on the good not the bad
    3 new boards worked...
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    Re: Inexplicable fault. Any tips?

    Thanks

    No cables used and I'm testing with a scope directly on the board.
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    Inexplicable fault. Any tips?

    Hi

    I have a board that has a DRV8871 (h bridge chip) on board. I have used them before. I have them on a board from a previous batch (same pcb just soldered at another time)
    I have use them on a...
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    Re: Managing Anti Virus Software

    I'm with Gamboa

    My thoughts now are

    1 Antivirus software is now a liability. It has hooks into the OS and has been shown have bugs. They can be used to get in.
    2 Your better off using Windows...
  34. Re: GPS Which Is the Best to Use On a New Project?

    As your going down my route.

    If you want to PM me we can talk about what I can do to help

    I have all the code for the USB side with the ability to do firmware updates etc
    I have the code to...
  35. Re: GPS Which Is the Best to Use On a New Project?

    Some thoughts

    How much data do you need to send?
    If they are already connecting it to a PC then a USB socket may not be a big deal. I recommend HID so it really is plug and play. But the data...
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