basicX and linux

Started by Ryan Autet in BasicX7 years ago 19 replies

ok As you know this group keeps saying oooh yes the BasicX Downloader and compiler will run on linux under wine.. well thats all fine and...

ok As you know this group keeps saying oooh yes the BasicX Downloader and compiler will run on linux under wine.. well thats all fine and dandy but it wont open and download ports!! or monitor ports !! I first i thought it was my usb to serial converter so i got a nother one with the same results . Any one have any answers on how to fix this Or is all my spare basic X micro controllers n...


BasicX Programming Environment and Windows 8

Started by flyerx_2000 in BasicX7 years ago 2 replies

Hello, I would like to know if the BasicX Programming Environment will be updated to work properly with Windows 8. The environment options in...

Hello, I would like to know if the BasicX Programming Environment will be updated to work properly with Windows 8. The environment options in the BasicX editor will not accept the string length, even if its left empty. There may be other issues but that is the one that breaks it for my application. Using Windows compatibility options does not help with this issue. I realize this is a very o...


Bluetooth for BasicX 24 and 35 serial communications

Started by flyerx_2000 in BasicX7 years ago 3 replies

Hello, I would like to monitor the output of a BasicX24 and 35 using a stand-alone external Bluetooth device connected to a 9-pin serial port....

Hello, I would like to monitor the output of a BasicX24 and 35 using a stand-alone external Bluetooth device connected to a 9-pin serial port. This serial port is connected to the serial pins on the BasicX. I have found many of these devices online but, since the BasicX does not use the standard RS232 voltage levels, is there a Bluetooth device that can reliably work with the BasicX? I only nee...


LCDX BLUES...AGAIN

Started by merogman2004 in BasicX9 years ago 2 replies

Hello Tom: Appreciate your help. I followed your last suggestion to the letter. However, when I loaded the LCDX Demo program into the editor,...

Hello Tom: Appreciate your help. I followed your last suggestion to the letter. However, when I loaded the LCDX Demo program into the editor, first of all I only had only one tab which was Doorlock. It was followed by a "Unable to open LCDXLib.lib" error message. LCDXLib.lib ???? Of course, "Can't find LCDXLib.lib error message and finally a failure in LCDInitialize for the lack of a librar...


LCDX Blues..Can't download to it

Started by merogman2004 in BasicX9 years ago 1 reply

I received the LCDX in the mail about a week ago. After careful research I chosed the LCDX because I didn't have the time to write and...

I received the LCDX in the mail about a week ago. After careful research I chosed the LCDX because I didn't have the time to write and troubleshoot low level code to get visual feedback. For a lack of an "Getting Started" for the LCDX I turned to this forum for hints, clues and answers. The first 8 hours was trying to figure out where this "Lab Door 2 is Locked Enter Code >


Help with Speedometer using stepper motor and BX24

Started by ericksoliveira in BasicX9 years ago 16 replies

I would like to ask some help here. I have a personal car project (mix of track and street use) and would like to build my own dashboard. I...

I would like to ask some help here. I have a personal car project (mix of track and street use) and would like to build my own dashboard. I know most of people would recommend to use a regular 7-segment display for speedometer . However I want to keep the traditional look of analog speedo with needle style. However the stepper motor offers high precision. I built a simple circuit with BX24 ...


microcontroller with ethernet

Started by David Sousa Mendes in BasicX9 years ago 13 replies

Hello fellows I've been working with BX24 for quite some time. Here, at AmberjackSolutions, we are now looking for another kind of micro...

Hello fellows I've been working with BX24 for quite some time. Here, at AmberjackSolutions, we are now looking for another kind of micro controller... We are looking for one with multiple counters, ADCs, I/O pins, memory and an Ethernet card included with TCP/IP stack and http support. The best would be a supplier of several different microcontrollers, thast we could choose depending o...


AT25256 replacement

Started by flyerx_2000 in BasicX10 years ago 1 reply

Hello, I use the BX35 and I need a replacement AT25256 or AT25256A memory module. Atmel does not recommend either one of these chips in new...

Hello, I use the BX35 and I need a replacement AT25256 or AT25256A memory module. Atmel does not recommend either one of these chips in new designs. Most suppliers do not carry any stock anymore. I need the DIP form factor. I have tested the ON Semiconductor CAT25256LI-G and it seems to work well without any modifications to my circuit design. Also the Microchip 25AA256-I/P seems to be comp...


Keeping track of date and time

Started by David Sousa Mendes in BasicX10 years ago 49 replies

Hello fellows On an old thread, someone suggested the use of DS1302 as an external RTC... Is there any new/better chip on the market or do you...

Hello fellows On an old thread, someone suggested the use of DS1302 as an external RTC... Is there any new/better chip on the market or do you still think this is the best way to keep track of date and time? Regards David M. ------------------------------------


Re: measuring AC current on the mains circuit

Started by David Sousa Mendes in BasicX11 years ago 5 replies

Hello fellows Any ideas on how to measure the AC current of an equipment connected to the wall plug (mains) power using a BX24? Cheers ...

Hello fellows Any ideas on how to measure the AC current of an equipment connected to the wall plug (mains) power using a BX24? Cheers David M. ------------------------------------


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