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    Re: List of Supported Chips

    Simon, okay on the missing letters.
    There are two listings on the forum.i created one of them after writing a program in Delphi to find the device names in my devices directory.
    I'm using my phone...
  2. [SOLVED !] Re: 12F683 help needed reading values from GP4 and GP5

    I may have accidentally hit the closed button. It should be re-opened now.
    John
  3. [SOLVED !] Re: 12F683 help needed reading values from GP4 and GP5

    I don't think the optimiser supports 12F chips so try removing that statement.
  4. [SOLVED !] Re: 12F683 help needed reading values from GP4 and GP5

    I can't see where you've set the TRIS register.
    John
    On my phone so might have missed it.
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    Re: pic16f689 tx problem

    Have you put a CRO on the TX pin Harm?
    John
  6. [SOLVED !] Re: 12F683 help needed reading values from GP4 and GP5

    Hello Commandeur83
    Although you are using the latest version of PDS if you want to use Procedures you need to purchase the Procedure version.
    It is not very expensive and activates Procedures. You...
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    [SOLVED !] Re: Help for Fatigue testing controller

    With your hardware connection is the other side of your LEDs going via a resistor to ground or to +5V ?
    John
  8. Re: Prolem with 1 x 16 alpha LCD when connected on PortA

    Just an aside Yves, some 1x16 LCD displays are strange in that the first 8 characters are line one while the characters 9-16 are on line two.
    I know your LCD isn't one of them but someone seeing...
  9. Thread: 16f753 DAC

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    Re: 16f753 DAC

    Maybe not the cause but the optimiser is not guaranteed with pic16f. Worth a try to remove it.
    John
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    Re: mcp41*** Microchip Digital Pot

    Good points Alan, thanks for the clarification. It's important that IP is protected
    John
  11. Re: Streaming the same audio track in real time to two different locations

    I hadn't considered the best way to do it. I imagine that the audio wouldn't need to be HIFI for the lights so maybe it might work by direct transfer but I don't really know. If I was designing it I...
  12. Re: Streaming the same audio track in real time to two different locations

    Did you consider the XBEE Pro on 900MHz. Licence free and reasonable power out.
    Less prone to interference and they are spread spectrum. A number can also be setup as a self healing system if...
  13. Re: Streaming the same audio track in real time to two different locations

    David's idea is a good one, however the antenna in the link is very poorly designed RF wise. Nicely made mechanically though.
    Boom diameter/cross section is far too large for the length of the...
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    Re: mcp41*** Microchip Digital Pot

    Les,
    Once you have a subscription you then have full access to articles in pdf form. Or more correctly, whenever I've wanted a file it's been available so I assume it's all available.
    I'll do a...
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    Re: mcp41*** Microchip Digital Pot

    OK Harm, will do. Might take me a couple of days to get it done.
    John
  16. Re: Les & Tim modified version of serial buffer. Error ...(__HRSIN1__)

    Les,
    You'll probably pick it up but I think Gamboa spotted an omission in the error handling. This is separate from Leo's issue.
    John

    _UART_ERROR:
    movf RCREG ' Clear Framing...
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    Re: mcp41*** Microchip Digital Pot

    Hello Harm,
    Silicon Chip seem to have quite a thing going with Theremins.
    After the 2009 issue there are the following articles:
    Sept/Oct 2014 Arduino based digital Theremin,
    January 2017 Giving...
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    Re: Forum withdrawal

    I was across the border in the State of Victoria, we are often at friendly war so I just assumed that South Australia had won and Victorians had been cut off from the rest of the world :)
    They...
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    Re: mcp41*** Microchip Digital Pot

    I would have trouble just standing still for that length of time but my shaky hands would be great at the tremelo.
    Silicon Chip magazine has produced a couple of Theremin designs.
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    Re: VL53L0X laser-ranging sensor

    Thanks Ricardo, that is far too great an error. I can do that well (or better) just by looking at the bowls.
    It seemed a great idea at first. I'm following up on Craig's suggestion before I give up....
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    Re: VL53L0X laser-ranging sensor

    Thanks Craig, I have sent them an enquiry. We'll see what happens. Thanks for the tip. Some of the bowls are black so that may not be a good colour and the measurements are usually made in the sun or...
  22. Re: Error[113] ... Symbol not previously defined (__HRSIN1__)

    Hi Leo,
    I'm just an ordinary user but of course I will look at the code for you.
    I will send you a PM with my email address.
    John
  23. Re: Error[113] ... Symbol not previously defined (__HRSIN1__)

    Hi Leo,
    I forget exactly but some years back it was necessary to put Declare in front of some declarations that previously didn't need the word. That may be the problem.
    John
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    Re: VL53L0X laser-ranging sensor

    Les, I see you have it working.
    I have a possible application.
    I play lawn bowls and I often need to measure the distance between the Jack and two bowls. The bowls are of many different colours....
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    Re: mcp41*** Microchip Digital Pot

    Is this when you are visiting Oz, Charlie?
    John
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    Sticky: Re: PICKitPlus Forum

    You are not the first to be confused Evan.

    Lester Wilson is the person who provides us with this Forum and whose company sells PDS on behalf of Les.

    Les Johnson is the writer of Proton and the...
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    Re: PIC24FJ64GB004 To A 2x16 Alpha LCD ?

    Craig, I found some 5v LCD worked with a direct connection, others didn't so I bought 3v3 LCDs. They are cheap enough on eBay and a much easier solution than an extra chip. Depends if your board is...
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    Re: PIC24FJ64GB004 To A 2x16 Alpha LCD ?

    Craig, is the micro running off 3v3 to a 5v LCD?
    John
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    Re: Software to configer Fuses

    Gerard, you are very welcome here and we understand that many of our users are not English speakers. We'll do our best to understand your English or you might try Google Translate, it works very...
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    Re: Use of the Proton 3.7.0.3 version

    Bob, I didn't comment on the email comment.
    Each upgrade is personalised and my guess is that it may be part of the encryption but that's just a guess. As I see it, it's affirmation it's your...
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    Re: Use of the Proton 3.7.0.3 version

    Hi Bob,
    Just a general strategy I use, whenever there is a full install available I uninstall old versions.
    If you've already installed 3.7.0.3 then you just need the upgrade and run it.
    Les is...
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    Re: Use of the Proton 3.7.0.3 version

    Upgrade went smoothly on both my machines - one W10 32bit and the other W10 64bit.
    Once you've made the donation you receive a link for download of the upgrade.

    1) uninstall old version
    2)...
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    Re: Microstick-II

    Bob,
    I think the setting up is the hard part. To get going I pinched this code from one of Les's samples.
    John



    Device = 24HJ128GP502
    Declare Xtal = 79.23
    TRISB = 00000000000000
  34. Re: johngb has just uploaded Proton Studio Update 1.0.2.0!

    I agree with George, it's a great plug in Dave.
    Fuse Configurator and PDF Now are my most used.
    The recent problems with PDF Now are, for me, to do with Adobe PDF Reader. Adobe keep messing with...
  35. Re: Preview of updated Proton Compiler Manual

    Thought that might be it. I'll go back to that section, a couple of added words may clarify. The example you used was a 16F877 so it was a very old statement.
    Just got home from a meeting. I'm on my...
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