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Adapt11

Started by fidjouss March 15, 2005

Hello
I have an adapt11 and i am trying to upload an s19 file to it using
microload. I spent alot of time on this with no success. I am using a
demo file that came with it (tried multiple files, so the code is not
the problem. all the files compile and run well). I made my own serial
cable based on this link
http://www.technologicalarts.com/myfiles/cable.html
I tried using different voltage 5v,9v and even 12 volts. all it keeps
saying is " error loading binary file" try again. i tested my port
com1 with a different application and it s working fine.
Anyone knows what s the problem and how to solve it?

this is another issue. Does anyone knows how to add more i/o ports to
microstamp11?
Thanks



Re: Adapt11

In a message dated 3/15/05 8:01:20 P.M. Eastern Standard Time,
writes:

I have an adapt11 and i am trying to upload an s19 file to it using
microload. I spent alot of time on this with no success. I am using a
demo file that came with it (tried multiple files, so the code is not
the problem. all the files compile and run well). I made my own serial
cable based on this link
http://www.technologicalarts.com/myfiles/cable.html
I tried using different voltage 5v,9v and even 12 volts. all it keeps
saying is " error loading binary file" try again. i tested my port
com1 with a different application and it s working fine.
Anyone knows what s the problem and how to solve it?

this is another issue. Does anyone knows how to add more i/o ports to
microstamp11?
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The bin file is the little binary rom burner program that gets 'booted' into
ram... you can try to use pms1.bat and msload.bin from tech arts... the bat
file just copies the msload9.bin file out com1 at 1200 baud, then copies the
.s19 file. Sure you set the right options in microload?

Hang one or more ls165s on the spi for more inputs, hang ls595s on the spi
for more outputs. That the kind of io you wanted more of?



I thought when using microload, you dont have to setup the baudrate.
microload takes care of that.