pulse counter

Started by David Sousa Mendes in BasicX8 years ago

Hello fellows A bit of-topic: I'm looking for a IC capable of counting pulses... Ideally with an I2C/SPI interface... Any...

Hello fellows A bit of-topic: I'm looking for a IC capable of counting pulses... Ideally with an I2C/SPI interface... Any suggestions? Cheers Regards David ------------------------------------


Wireless Comm. Module

Started by ahvah2805 in BasicX14 years ago 1 reply

Hi, I am novice in Basix24 programming. Till now I am doing quite good. I've bought two WCM tranceiver modules from...

Hi, I am novice in Basix24 programming. Till now I am doing quite good. I've bought two WCM tranceiver modules from TotalRobots. One of them is connected to Basicx24 via I2C and the other one to PC via RS232. I am trying to send some few bytes from Basicx24 to PC. It seems


BX24++

Started by Georges in BasicX15 years ago 13 replies

I think that an AVR MEGA 32 is the future : A lot Faster ( 16 Mhz and Internal EEPROM ) More RAM More EEPROM Hardware I2C ...

I think that an AVR MEGA 32 is the future : A lot Faster ( 16 Mhz and Internal EEPROM ) More RAM More EEPROM Hardware I2C A Bootloader mode able to update the firmware ! No need for an external EEPROM !!!! For me it is clear, no di


Controlling the BX-24 with a TV Remote Control

Started by Jamie in BasicX15 years ago 1 reply

Hi all, We have put together a new example application that you may be interested in. This example uses one of our new Infra...

Hi all, We have put together a new example application that you may be interested in. This example uses one of our new Infra Red Control Modules connected to the BX-24. The example demonstrates I2C communication between the two modules. You can then use a TV remote con


Sound generator IC

Started by Drew in BasicX15 years ago

Is there such a thing as a simple sound generator IC with an SPI or I2C interface? In the days before microcontrollers these were...

Is there such a thing as a simple sound generator IC with an SPI or I2C interface? In the days before microcontrollers these were pretty common, but I guess they're dinosaurs now. Heres what I need to do: 1. Be able to generate a continous tone while varying the freq


Tutorial?

Started by Mike Anderson in BasicX15 years ago

Can anyone point me to a tutorial or article of some kind that will teach me the differences between SPI, I2C, 1-Wire, 3-Wire and...

Can anyone point me to a tutorial or article of some kind that will teach me the differences between SPI, I2C, 1-Wire, 3-Wire and all the other "modern" communications methods available today? Any and all help is appreciated! Mike


[OT] Anyone make this part?

Started by John Ely in BasicX14 years ago 1 reply

Hello, I'm working on a project using several remote I2C ports (PCF8574A), including the interrupt line. Some of these parts...

Hello, I'm working on a project using several remote I2C ports (PCF8574A), including the interrupt line. Some of these parts are used to sense momentary push buttons. I am using electrical switch de-bounce circuits. These parts generate an interrupt when the input to


Is the I2C/serial LCD220 damaged?

Started by naimead in BasicX13 years ago 3 replies

Hi guys, I am trying to display a message in my LCD by using basicX.I am using exactly the same connections as before and exactly the...

Hi guys, I am trying to display a message in my LCD by using basicX.I am using exactly the same connections as before and exactly the same code.The main problem is that nothing is being displayed in the LCD anymore.I don't think this is a basicX problem since it downloads the code fine.Any ideas about the problem?


Seeking Testers for device

Started by Don Kinzer in BasicX14 years ago

I have created a PS/2 keyboard and mouse interface chip that works with the BX-24 and similar microcontrollers. The interface...

I have created a PS/2 keyboard and mouse interface chip that works with the BX-24 and similar microcontrollers. The interface can be either serial or TWI/I2C. The same device supports either a keyboard or a mouse or both simultaneously. If you have an interest in usi


MULTIPLE PROGRAMS TRANSFERRED FROM EEPROM

Started by lgharriman in BasicX15 years ago

I was wondering if it is possible to have several programs stored in EEPROM and call up each one individually and transfer its...

I was wondering if it is possible to have several programs stored in EEPROM and call up each one individually and transfer its contents to the basicx-24 chip. i have found an external rtc with 128k eeprom on it and both communite with the i2c protocol. I am already addressing an RTC


Slowing Down ShiftIn/ShiftOut Clock Speed

Started by Andy Michalicek in BasicX15 years ago 3 replies

I am talking to a I2c device that is extremely slow (~20 khz). Is there a way to slow down the clock used in the ShiftIn/ShiftOut...

I am talking to a I2c device that is extremely slow (~20 khz). Is there a way to slow down the clock used in the ShiftIn/ShiftOut commands? Andy


BasicX-24p vs. OOPic

Started by Mario Loeffel in BasicX13 years ago 5 replies

I have just recently discovered the BasicX-24p and I'm wondering if anyone knows how it compares to an OOPic II+ performance wise. I...

I have just recently discovered the BasicX-24p and I'm wondering if anyone knows how it compares to an OOPic II+ performance wise. I currently have a system implemented on the OOPic that executes the following tasks: - Communication over I2C with a motor controller (1 x 16 bit write & 1 x 24 bit read per loop) - 4 channel, 10 bit ADC


New file is uploaded

Started by Yuri Bernikov in BasicX12 years ago

It is a set of DEMO programs for 4x20 LCD with I2C backboard "Spyglass Control Panel". The programs demonstrate how to use different features...

It is a set of DEMO programs for 4x20 LCD with I2C backboard "Spyglass Control Panel". The programs demonstrate how to use different features of the unit, i.e. displaying data on the LCD, reading buttons, controlling buzzer. It also demonstrates advanced techniques such as interruptions, multitasking, "Big Characters". As a bonus it includes fully functional "Al


New BS2 owner wanting to convert over

Started by Mike in BasicX10 years ago 1 reply

Hey Guys, I am a new BS2 owner and I love the chip except I ran out of the 2K memory. I am working on a DTMF to Iambic Morse code...

Hey Guys, I am a new BS2 owner and I love the chip except I ran out of the 2K memory. I am working on a DTMF to Iambic Morse code project. Eventually I want to go from DTMF to I2C bus running a SI570 programmable osc. How had will it be to convert from my BS2 code. From what I can gather the chip should be just a pin for pin on the hardware end? Thanks for the help Mike WA3O ------...


Re: I2C

Started by eser...@ in BasicX14 years ago 2 replies

Yes, there is information at the "files" area at: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/basicx/fil es/BX24/ Eric -----...

Yes, there is information at the "files" area at: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/basicx/fil es/BX24/ Eric ----- Original Message ----- From: Alain Vincent V. Abitria To: Sent: Tuesday


Devantech SP03

Started by andy...@aol.com in BasicX12 years ago 1 reply

Hi everybody, I am using a Devantech SP03 speech synthesizer on my robot. Does anyone now how to use the SP03's I2C with the...

Hi everybody, I am using a Devantech SP03 speech synthesizer on my robot. Does anyone now how to use the SP03's I2C with the BasicX-24p? Check out this link _http://www.robot-electronics.co.uk/htm/Sp03doc.shtml_ (http://www.robot-electronics.co.uk/htm/Sp03doc.shtml) Thanks Everyone ------------------------ Yahoo! Groups Sponsor --------------------~--> Get to your groups