MrRemedy
MrRemedy
@mrremedy
Developer, Engineer
Joined: 2020-12-24 11:21 am
Last seen: 2024-01-21 2:46 am
Topics: 1 / Replies: 23
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RE: PIC Programming

@graham1904 Happy New Years. I've been playing around with the PIC16F1455 using the PICKit 4 (clone?). So far have playing with several iterations o...

3 months ago
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RE: PIC Programming

@graham1904 . I thought they were cloned kits when I ordered one of them. If it was a clone it's a pretty darn good one. But yeah, I did find the ...

3 months ago
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RE: PIC Programming

@graham1904 Found PICKit 4 and 5 on ebay in unopened box for around $50

4 months ago
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RE: PIC Programming

Good discussion. I'm currently on Version: MPLAB X IDE v6.10 (Planning on upgrading soon)OS: Linux Mint 21,2 (Victoria) For my first project invo...

4 months ago
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RE: PIC Programming

I too would be interested in anything on PIC Programming from the DroneBot Workshop. I'm totally blown away with the entire PIC family of Micro-contr...

4 months ago
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1 year ago
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RE: Creating a loop in Arduino IOT Cloud

@bob2bot Yup. basically Arduino has two main functions. 1 to set up and initialize everything and 1 to loop through a set of code. "setup()" and ...

1 year ago
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RE: ESP8266 Port Compile Error

@zander Oops, my bad. I guess I got "Reply Button" happy and didn't check who I was replying to. But yeah, I understand. I've not set up Platform ...

1 year ago
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RE: ESP8266 Port Compile Error

@zander If it's Windows and it's not a port stuck open, try running the application as Administrator.If it's *nix, try starting the application via ...

1 year ago
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RE: HP-35 and Python

@zander Yup, I liked nostalgic feel of the Simpson Meter (Etched/Painted Writing) Baklite case, snappy clicky knobs. But you're absolutely right, Rid...

1 year ago
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RE: HP-35 and Python

@dazza Thanks!

1 year ago
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RE: HP-35 and Python

@zander Nope. I traded in both of my Flukes for a Siglent Bench and Greenlee DMM meter. I, at one time, had a Simpson VOM, but regrettably lost it i...

1 year ago
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RE: HP-35 and Python

@inst-tech In regards to slide rules... They never require batteris, an internet connection. They're always on. :O There are a number of Online ...

1 year ago
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RE: Hello from Denver Colorado

@zander Wow, that's scrary, that he was there so long that he could diagnose a problem just hearing the clack sequences. Wow. Kind of reminds me ba...

1 year ago
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RE: HP-35 and Python

@zander Mine were so huge, they would not. They used them as more revolutions increase your calculations. You just have to remember how many time yo...

1 year ago
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