Wiring for BasicX-01 Chip

Started by Pete Markiewicz in BasicX15 years ago 3 replies

Hi Everyone: I just replaced my Basicx-01 chip with a BX-35 chip on the development board - I got tired of fighting the parallel...

Hi Everyone: I just replaced my Basicx-01 chip with a BX-35 chip on the development board - I got tired of fighting the parallel port problem. Now, I have a standalone BX-01 kit, plus the kit (2 capacitors plus the oscillator plus EEPROM) needed to run the chip standalone. The problem is, I can't find a diagram of how to hook things up on


Problem With ADC Converters

Started by Nathaniel Barshay in BasicX13 years ago

Hey, I'm having a problem with ADC on pins 13, 19, and 20. When connected to something they yield an output of around 900-910, and when...

Hey, I'm having a problem with ADC on pins 13, 19, and 20. When connected to something they yield an output of around 900-910, and when allowed to float they output 1024. The pins work fine as normal inputs, and the rest of the A/D converter pins work perfectly. I'm also having some intermittent problems with the verification step of the internal EEPROM (more like every other download att...


SPIcmd and how BX24 fetch program instructions

Started by Olle Bengtsson in BasicX11 years ago

Hi I have not been able to figure any good explanation of how BX can avoid getting the program instructions cluttred when the SPI bus is used....

Hi I have not been able to figure any good explanation of how BX can avoid getting the program instructions cluttred when the SPI bus is used. BX24 is fetching these intructions on the same bus to the EEPROM as is used to communicate with other devices with SPIcmd. I guess that when BX need to fetch a program instruction it use another channel than what is possible to use for external SP...


Downloading problem with USB-Serial adapter

Started by huangyuli1987 in BasicX11 years ago 1 reply

Hi everyone, I tried to use a USB-Serial adapter to download the "Hello World" Program to my BX24. I used a Serial Socket manually soldered to...

Hi everyone, I tried to use a USB-Serial adapter to download the "Hello World" Program to my BX24. I used a Serial Socket manually soldered to the wires connecting to PIN1-4 to connect with the adapter, I grounded PIN5 and PIN23, and supplied 6V to PIN24. However, when I 'compile and run', the following error message appears about a pause: writing to internal EEPROM varifying internal EEPRO...


convert 10 bits to 8 bits

Started by rauseo82 in BasicX14 years ago 2 replies

i am attempting to add memory using an external eeprom. the good news is that i have added the memory and know that it works. the bad news...

i am attempting to add memory using an external eeprom. the good news is that i have added the memory and know that it works. the bad news is i can't get my information onto the memory. the problem is i am reading data from an imu using the command GetADC(pinnumber), which returns an analog voltage in 10 bits. to log our information onto external memory i am using the command Shift