Controlling bx24 via pc and the servo controller?

Started by vollord in BasicX15 years ago

I am new to microcontrollers. My current project will require me to execute programs on the bx24 via a PC. I also need to control...

I am new to microcontrollers. My current project will require me to execute programs on the bx24 via a PC. I also need to control about 6 servos. The netmedia servo controller requires a serial connection, and programming the bx24 requires a serial connection. So basically...is i


multitasking problem

Started by gvartani in BasicX13 years ago 10 replies

Background? I have written a main program that is intended to read GPS text as a task (140 task stack) and run an xbotx. For my bot I am...

Background? I have written a main program that is intended to read GPS text as a task (140 task stack) and run an xbotx. For my bot I am using code that came from Netmedia xbotx. The servo driver module calls a public task within the sub "ServoTask" (25 task stack). This task is dimensioned as private within the module. Current problem?


Replacing the AT25256 EEPROM on a BasicX-24 Module.

Started by Robotics_Job_Search in BasicX14 years ago 6 replies

Does anyone have experience replacing the surface mount AT25256 EEPROM on a BasicX-24 Module? Mine is bad (NetMedia refuses...

Does anyone have experience replacing the surface mount AT25256 EEPROM on a BasicX-24 Module? Mine is bad (NetMedia refuses to replace the BasicX Module) and I'm deciding between replacing the EEPROM, or buying a Systronics JStamp (the JStamp is more expensive, but s


New LCDX function library

Started by Tom Becker in BasicX14 years ago 2 replies

LCDX users: A new LCDXLib.bas, the LCDX function library, is available at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/basicx/fil es/LCDX/ . ...

LCDX users: A new LCDXLib.bas, the LCDX function library, is available at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/basicx/fil es/LCDX/ . This update corrects a backlight flicker when setting relays and other output. Thanks to Jim (StJohnz?) for raising the flag and Chris at Netmedia for fixing it.