Last edited by mmulvenna; 04-19-2010 at 10:39 AM.
I just did. You know the pictures are still for version 8.43 right? Although that should be fine so long as the readers actually read the text.
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"With great power comes great electricity bill." - Unknown Electricity Consumer
"Your significance in life is not what you do, but how and why you do something." - Unknown Minister
City float for Parade of Lights with:
Fm-02 + Wall Wart Tamer
2 Ren4Flood + DIYCFlood + Ren-W in 500 Watt enclosure
2 Simple Renard 32
2 24 Channel RBW LED Ropelight Midi Trees out of artificial Christmas trees.
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Thanks so much for doing this... I had the hardest time finding the file, but after found it programming was simple. Now I need to hook it up to my computer and see if it actually works.
Side note, the 485 chips on my ren 48lsd, those dont get programmed correct?
Am I correct in understanding that I only need to use the hex file for programming the chips with the PICkit 3
For in circuit programming I use this from MikroeElektronika: MikroProg
It works for PIC, dsPIC, and PIC32. It works with hex files so you can program in anything and use it to flash the PIC.
I'm a major fan of MikroElektronika. I use their EasyPIC v7 Dev board and they're compilers for all my programming. Their compiler hardware libraries are second to none (makes USB, LCDs, and Ethernet a breeze). The compilers have a full featured free mode. Only limit is 2K words of program memory but that's enough for the vast majority of projects.
PIC Dev Boards
PIC32 Dev Boards
MikroC Compiler for PIC
MikroBasic Compiler for PIC
MikroC Compiler for PIC32
MikroBasic Compiler for PIC32
Last Project: Laminar Fountain
Current Project: LightWeb ethernet lighting controller
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