basicx, eb500 and stampplot

Started by dosun129 in BasicX13 years ago 1 reply

Hello! Im wondering if anyone can steer me in the right direction for my problem. I have a boe bot with the ping ultrasonic sensor and eb500....

Hello! Im wondering if anyone can steer me in the right direction for my problem. I have a boe bot with the ping ultrasonic sensor and eb500. Initially i had the Basic stamp on the BOE and was able to plot on stampplot over Bluetooth using the serout command where i was plotting in XY coordinates. SEROUT 1,84,["[",DEC3 val,"],[",DEC val,"]",CR] Now, i have dropped a bx24p into the BO...


AD7490 interface

Started by Patrick in BasicX13 years ago 7 replies

Has anyone worked with AD7490, 16-channel 12bit AtoD converter and BasicX? It's got SPI interface so it must be possible to use with BasicX,...

Has anyone worked with AD7490, 16-channel 12bit AtoD converter and BasicX? It's got SPI interface so it must be possible to use with BasicX, correct? The whole reason why this even came up is my need for more than 8 channel A/D that are built-in on BasicX. I need a total of 16 channels and in the previous project I ended up using 2 BasicXs and that wasn't the best solution. Ideally havin...


H-Bridge issue

Started by hmwong76 in BasicX13 years ago 26 replies

Hi. I am a newbie in the fascinating world of BasicX. I have a BX-24 and had started a project of using BX-24 to run an H-bridge motor...

Hi. I am a newbie in the fascinating world of BasicX. I have a BX-24 and had started a project of using BX-24 to run an H-bridge motor controller. FYI, I am a Mechanical Engineer myself, so electronics is not my strong suit. BUT, somehow I learned a lot from the net. Anyway, when I started to build my H-bridge MOSFET Driver using Microchip's TC4469 (as what is quite low-cost and simple)...


GPS NMEA $GPRMC =>$GPRMB

Started by "guntis.laurins" in BasicX13 years ago 3 replies

Hello With DateTimeNMEA example $GPRMC data I can see very well, now I want to change this code so I can see in $GPRMB protocol Letters R and...

Hello With DateTimeNMEA example $GPRMC data I can see very well, now I want to change this code so I can see in $GPRMB protocol Letters R and L, they ar here, after 3th comma: $GPRMB,A,0.00,L,,SIGULD,5708.612,N,02450.922,E,25.760,61.5,,V,A*74 On DateTimeNMEA example in Serial_24.bas and Suppert_24.bas I leave as they where, but in DateTimeNMEA.bas I change to this: ' Accept 4800N81 NM...


DS1820 1-wire temperature not working

Started by "James R. Parish" in BasicX13 years ago 4 replies

I'm having a problem getting this DS1820 to give me any temperature other than the 85 degrees. I have checked timings and everything...

I'm having a problem getting this DS1820 to give me any temperature other than the 85 degrees. I have checked timings and everything looks good. On reading the scratch pad I get "AA OO 4B 46 FF FF 0C 10 87". The CRC checks okay but I get no actual temperature reading. Help? I'm using parasitic mode, one sensor. I check the archives and did find something about the power on reset erasing t...


16x1 lcd display only showing 8 characters

Started by "marshall.kolb" in BasicX13 years ago

I assume this is an easy question. I am new to the BasicX and have tried some simple projects to get started. Now I tried to use one of the...

I assume this is an easy question. I am new to the BasicX and have tried some simple projects to get started. Now I tried to use one of the example codes listed on the BasicX page (mylcd.bas) to output text to an lcd. I must have some code goofed up because only the first 8 characters are showing; the last 8 are "on" but they are blank (do not display characters). The display works (...


Connecting eb500 to bx24 HELP

Started by femme_pacita in BasicX13 years ago 19 replies

Hi, I read you know something about connecting the bx to the bluetooth device. Coulyou please help me? I've been researchin for some days...

Hi, I read you know something about connecting the bx to the bluetooth device. Coulyou please help me? I've been researchin for some days now and I still don't know how to finish my proyect. Our deadline is aproaching and I would really appreciate some help. I know how to connect phisically the micocontroller to the eb500, but I dont know how to make the bx24 order the eb500 to connect to ...


Wiegand Protocol and BX-24

Started by Lewis in BasicX13 years ago 3 replies

The question is: Is there any direct method that a BX-24 running BasicX can read the Wiegand data stream from a HID 125kHz RFID...

The question is: Is there any direct method that a BX-24 running BasicX can read the Wiegand data stream from a HID 125kHz RFID (radio frequency identification) reader. First let me say that I am possiblely the most "EE" ignorant individual to have ever have touched a microprocessor. Second let me say that I have failed miserablely in this quest. Here is my tail of woes ?.


Intercept LCD Writes

Started by john_hightower in BasicX13 years ago 1 reply

I am trying to capture data from a handheld device that has a proprietary processor that is writing to a Hitachi HD61603 LCD driver. I need...

I am trying to capture data from a handheld device that has a proprietary processor that is writing to a Hitachi HD61603 LCD driver. I need to read the bit streams from 4 data lines to determine what is written to the display. Each bit stream contains 16 bits of data plus start and stop bits and takes just under 3 milliseconds. I found the protocol at http://www.pacificdisplay.com/ics...


PWM to I2C

Started by sturgessb in BasicX14 years ago 4 replies

Hi Guys Im having a problem where the need to read 5 channels of PWM is causing my control loop to run very slowly (for obvious...

Hi Guys Im having a problem where the need to read 5 channels of PWM is causing my control loop to run very slowly (for obvious reasons). So I would like to move this job onto a different IC. I was thinking of perhaps 5 small 8pin PICS that solely have the job of continuously reading the PWM signal and storing it in a variable that can be read by my BasicX-24 on via I2C on demand. ...


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