4-20mA output

Started by davi...@sapo.pt in BasicX12 years ago 6 replies

Hello group I'm tryng to use Bx24 in a project that requires that one of the BX output pins delivers 4-20mA... Any ideas on how this can be...

Hello group I'm tryng to use Bx24 in a project that requires that one of the BX output pins delivers 4-20mA... Any ideas on how this can be done? Thanks Regards David Mendes ------------------------------------


Serial in from Picaxe?

Started by Chris in BasicX12 years ago 2 replies

I'm trying to receive six bytes from a Picaxe 8M...I'm having a little trouble figuring out what I need to do with openqueue & getqueue...could...

I'm trying to receive six bytes from a Picaxe 8M...I'm having a little trouble figuring out what I need to do with openqueue & getqueue...could someone point me to some examples? ------------------------------------


Re: BasicX 24 Chip Hangs When USB-to-Serial cable unplugged then plugged

Started by Brad Watts in BasicX12 years ago 1 reply

The same thing can happen just by restarting Windows on XP machines. It sounds like the ATN line is toggling when the USB dongle is connected....

The same thing can happen just by restarting Windows on XP machines. It sounds like the ATN line is toggling when the USB dongle is connected. You may need to disconnect the ATN line between the serial cable and the processor to prevent this from happening Here is the info from the manual: Serial Port Connector Once you've downloaded a program to the BX-24 chip, the development board's ...


X10Cmd Program

Started by gouardopatrick in BasicX12 years ago 1 reply

Hello World of BX-24 ! I have written this little program to control X10 appliance connected to B3 House Code Device code. The BX-24 is...

Hello World of BX-24 ! I have written this little program to control X10 appliance connected to B3 House Code Device code. The BX-24 is connected to an XM10E-120 device which send the X10 order to the main 230 V of the house But nothing work and first I question the cabling of what Pin of BX- 24 should be connected to what pin of the XM10E-120. I believe that what I have written in...


EEprom download error, USB-to-serial converter?

Started by "john.dreese" in BasicX12 years ago 1 reply

Hi Everybody, I've messed with Basic Stamps for a while and have upgraded to BasicX products, primarily the BX24 Development Station. ...

Hi Everybody, I've messed with Basic Stamps for a while and have upgraded to BasicX products, primarily the BX24 Development Station. Unfortunately, I'm running into errors on the most basic of things, downloading the Hello World program. When I push the F5 button to compile, download, and run, I see a window pop up that says "Halting BasicX" a few times, but it disappears. Howev...


Re: BasicX-24 X10Cmd Command for XM10E-120, TW523 or PSC05 Two Way X10 Interfac

Started by Patrick Gouardo in BasicX12 years ago 1 reply

Hello Ian, =A0 Thanks for your reply and support. I saw these lines from Dave Houston and he say that we should send 2 comman= ds in fact, one...

Hello Ian, =A0 Thanks for your reply and support. I saw these lines from Dave Houston and he say that we should send 2 comman= ds in fact, one for the HouseCode and the other for the Unit Code. I should try this but I am new in BX-24 programming and I have to understan= d the fist part of the program I mentioned in my earlier message:=A0 Const X10_P As Byte =3D &HC What is the meaning of &...


BasicX-24 X10Cmd Command for XM10E-120, TW523 or PSC05 Two Way X10 Interface

Started by gouardopatrick in BasicX12 years ago 3 replies

Hello, I would like to come back on this issue of X10 Command with BasicX- 24 because I have a lot of problem to find the proper support and...

Hello, I would like to come back on this issue of X10 Command with BasicX- 24 because I have a lot of problem to find the proper support and proper answers to simple questions I have. I like to send simple command to XM10E Interface which is a version of TW523 or PSC05 Two Way PowerLine Interface. I have purchased the book from Chris D. Odom about BasicX but this book is more orie...


Weght Scale with analog or digital output

Started by David Sousa Mendes in BasicX12 years ago 2 replies

Hello fellows I'm looking for a weight scale with an analog output (4-20mA or 0-5V) to connect to the BX24. The range doesn't need to be bigger...

Hello fellows I'm looking for a weight scale with an analog output (4-20mA or 0-5V) to connect to the BX24. The range doesn't need to be bigger than 0-1Kg and the precision doesn't need to be higher than 1g. As a second choice RS232 output is acceptable. Any ideas? Thanks in advance David M. ------------------------------------


BasicX and stepper motors

Started by patrickreidus in BasicX13 years ago 3 replies

Hello Group Members! I bought an EASY STEP 1000 MOTOR DRIVER, and A unipolar stepper motor from active-robots.com How can I control the...

Hello Group Members! I bought an EASY STEP 1000 MOTOR DRIVER, and A unipolar stepper motor from active-robots.com How can I control the stepper motor with my BASICX 24 microcontroller. What signals can I send from BasicX 24 to drive this stepper motor driver? Regards, Patrick Reid ------------------------------------


Hardware I2C on BX24P

Started by wwwo...@sympatico.ca in BasicX13 years ago 1 reply

According to schematics BX24P uses ATmega8535 chip, wich has hardware I2C support. I wonder, has anybody tried to use this interface from BasicX...

According to schematics BX24P uses ATmega8535 chip, wich has hardware I2C support. I wonder, has anybody tried to use this interface from BasicX program? As I understand there are several questions here. First, access to TWI registers. I hope it can be done via RAMPeek/RAMPoke. Second, there is no way to use TWI interrupts for communication control. I see two possibilities here: insert TWINT...


Ask a Question to the EmbeddedRelated community

To significantly increase your chances of receiving answers, please make sure to:

  1. Use a meaningful title
  2. Express your question clearly and well
  3. Do not use this forum to promote your product, service or business
  4. Write in clear, grammatical, correctly-spelled language
  5. Do not post content that violates a copyright