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Re: 16F628-Simiar

Started by Unknown November 20, 2004
In a message dated 11/20/2004 11:56:30 AM Eastern Standard Time, j...@yahoo.com writes:


Can it be done with either a F84A, F628, or F628A?
Even more useful would be to use a 12F629 or F675.



Yes - on the 628 use B.1 (Rx) for so, and B.2 (Tx) for si.  Again this is true mode.  If you prefer the normal inverted, use B.1 for serout2 and B.2 for
serin2.  220 ohm resistors should be used on both lines in case of a short.  I use this configuration in my Combo LCD backpack.

Sid



Sid,
I've done it! Thank you for your very fast replies. HyperTerm is showing whatever I send it. Time to sell the old BS2 and BOE on Ebay.
 
Thanks for you gracious help.
Best regards,
John Baker

N...@aol.com wrote:
In a message dated 11/20/2004 11:56:30 AM Eastern Standard Time, j...@yahoo.com writes:


Can it be done with either a F84A, F628, or F628A?
Even more useful would be to use a 12F629 or F675.



Yes - on the 628 use B.1 (Rx) for so, and B.2 (Tx) for si.  Again this is true mode.  If you prefer the normal inverted, use B.1 for serout2 and B.2 for
serin2.  220 ohm resistors should be used on both lines in case of a short.  I use this configuration in my Combo LCD backpack.

Sid


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speaking of bs2's, I just got a picaxe running, and although it's too
early to judge, so far so good. Setup is close to brainless (good
for me, eh?).

I got the 08 (12F629) for starters, $3.50 or so delivered ($2.34 +
shipping). Only allows 40 lines of code, not sure if thats hex or
basic lines. But some of the bigger chips (18x looks like it might
be the 16F628) allow up to 600 lines and have interrupt capability.
$10 for the 18X vs $50 for a BS2? Now I know what all the hubbub was
on the parallax board a while back.

free software/compiler, the chips from pandersen.com are about 2x to
3x the cost with the bootloader vs plainjane chips from
glitchbuster.com

could be pretty promising for those quick one-off projects, but I'm
still on the hunt to improve my asm!
--- In , John Baker <johnbaker_erie_pa@y...>
wrote:
> Sid,
> I've done it! Thank you for your very fast replies. HyperTerm is
showing whatever I send it. Time to sell the old BS2 and BOE on Ebay.
>
> Thanks for you gracious help.
> Best regards,
> John Baker
>
> Newzed@a... wrote:
> In a message dated 11/20/2004 11:56:30 AM Eastern Standard Time,
johnbaker_erie_pa@y... writes:
>
>
> Can it be done with either a F84A, F628, or F628A?
> Even more useful would be to use a 12F629 or F675. >
> Yes - on the 628 use B.1 (Rx) for so, and B.2 (Tx) for si. Again
this is true mode. If you prefer the normal inverted, use B.1 for
serout2 and B.2 for
> serin2. 220 ohm resistors should be used on both lines in case of
a short. I use this configuration in my Combo LCD backpack.
>
> Sid
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