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Dave D'Epagnier - Mar 21 2000
I want to implement a PID loop temperature controller using a thermoelectric
cooler/thermister interfaced to the uP with a DAC and ADC.
To perform the PID contro...
- Oct 26 2000
Just wondered if anyone had some code for a PID loop control for the
BX-24. I have been working on some projects that could really use
better control. ...
Richard Friedrich - Oct 23 2001
does anyone know where there are examples of PID code suitable for use on
biovirus1 - May 18 2002
PID code Version 1.1
Dear BX folk,
This is the PID code for the BX24 that I adopted from Martin "The
Selma Man" Hebel's adoptation of PID algorithm for BS2...
ricinecwh - Jul 22 2006
My projectis the temperature control by using PID writing in the basicX.
I had asked this question before, and get the method to find the three
values P, I, D out. However, my...
- Sep 30 2001
For those who use our Industrial Controls text from Stamps In Class, I've
posted an example using StampPlot Pro to Interactive adjust the setting of
the BS2 control...
Conrad A***** - Mar 8 2007
I am in the mechanical field (I took a systems and controls class
about 4 years ago) however I do dabble in quite a bit of electronics
(BX24 related) on the side.
A project ...
biovirus1 - May 16 2002
I have finished and tested my new PID code for BX4 (although I seem
to have fried my BX4 in the process of combing it with my other
ricinecwh - Jul 1 2006
My project is to control the temperature of a plant.
The temperature of the plant will be monitored and as an input of the
If the input temperature is larg...
Ed - Jan 20 2005
I'm writting a program to control an ICON H bridge with a PID
controller. I basically send data to the serial port and the board
moves the motor. The p...
deltapparo - Dec 13 2005
Has anyone interfaced the BX-24 to this H-Bridge? Specifically, I'm
looking for the software required to use the Back EMF function (PID
biovirus1 - May 16 2002
I was asked to put it in the "Files" area. I have to remove some
extra code that nobody needs anyway... and test it without the extra
code (just in case). But sin...
tombhandley - May 6 2005
Tom, I'm sure this will be stupid questions but for the dither are
using bipolar (ie: Add or Subtract)?. Have you considered PID? I ask
this as I'm dealing with this on my...
Dave Houston - Oct 25 2001
From a brief look at the readme file it appears you have ignored my
feedback (which was based on my own use as well as that of a couple
of people beta...
John Piccirillo - Sep 23 2003
To me the main problem with the Sharp sensors for the
Fire Fighting contest is that the update rate is slow compared
to the Devantec sonars. I think the fastest ...
Tom Becker - Mar 12 2007
> ... how to control 4 DC motors...
There is great value in building an H-Bridge from discrete transistors
- just to know what goes into it. Here's one kit:
Alex Chaihorsky - Oct 11 2002
I never worked with BX-24 HW interrupts before and have not found a
clear explanation in BX docs of how it work. The "Counting pulses
with hw inte...
Gary Tolley - Jun 5 2006
For my big bot project I plan to use an SMA gripper using the spring type
My goal is for i...
Dan Creagan - Oct 21 2000
Dexton's answer is good, you may also like to look at:
There is some experimental code to dri...
Stephen - Sep 10 2002
Here's a good site for some dead reckoning and IR reading using a
He's published his source which is the best way I *try* to learn
pteg...@cablespeed.com - Apr 17 2007
Hey Mike...care to share that code for the BX24 and Megasquirt? 9please please please )
Having swapped out to MSnS-E I've lost the use of the idiot lights for the WUE and ASE et...
Mike Linnen - Apr 14 2000
1) USB interface module. BasicX hanging off of a USB port would be nice.
2) Able to receive X10 signals.
3) Extended I/O (BX24) Digital and analog In/Out
- Nov 30 2001
Help! My question is, should I even bother? Is this futile?
I am attempting to make a PID controller using a barebones BX24, no
RAM Sandwich or LCD+. I'm happy ...
soso soso - Feb 16 2006
I have tried the following method to detect the loop freq
call control() 'a control function
I observed the ...
Francisco Lobo - Apr 8 2004
Hi... I did a two wheeled robot using some gyros and sensors... here is
the site : www.fusionglobal.net
You can check the code...
Gyros give rate of change...
neil jepsen - Sep 28 2003
400Khz is right on the upper limit for counttransitions or pulsein and I
doubt if you'll be able to successfully count so fast. What I would be
tempted to try is ...
Yuli - Feb 10 2010
1. My Pin25-27 works fine for outputing PWMs, but I can't get them work for Output Compare. I tried the code you've suggested in an earlier post. There's no fluctuation ...
Mike Perks - May 13 2005
> Actually I have my first basicX connected to a GPS and my second
> connected to many other devices(such as sonars,etc...).What i want
> to do,is course...
dakota - Oct 24 2000
are not we saying the same thing ?
good point on throttle mix (collective)
any clue on how gyros feed back in...
CountryRoadz - Oct 21 2002
but I'm enjoying all the fine contributions by other BX-24 users.
I'm new to the BX-24 but it's working great for my application for a
telescope drive interface a...
Mark Newell - Sep 16 2002
If one is looking for a source to build and fully
understand "fully autonomus" helicopter flight check
Mark Newell - Jul 13 2003
I will take one more chance and then I would like to see more
discussion of our projects, how we do them and how to help
each other. (If you don't want thing...