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    hippy replied to the thread Using TSOP31240 in parallel.
    Corruption from reflections is more likely if using IR sensors of different models or manufacture. Their AGC response and signal...
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    hippy replied to the thread Compact Date Storage & Retrieval.
    I am sure there must be an easier way to do it ... but I have no idea how to. But here's T Ikeda's program converted into a Macro which...
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    hippy replied to the thread Digitech XC4134 Serial to Ethernet.
    As lbenson notes the PICAXE download circuit was designed for RS232 and should be fine so long as the 22K is in place. +/-6V through...
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    hippy replied to the thread Hippy status, rev 2.0.
    I had the 3.1 version from 1995, probably for Win 95 - https://winworldpc.com/product/paint-shop-pro/3x That page suggests there's a...
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    hippy replied to the thread Hippy status, rev 2.0.
    Yes, the way they did it wasn't great, could have been better. They appear to have taken the view that anyone buying cheap FTDI modules...
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    Your input order differs from the AXE133 - You have "IN / 0V / V+" where AXE133 is "IN / V+ / 0V". IMO, though it makes the tracking...
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    hippy replied to the thread Hippy status, rev 2.0.
    That is a common definition but it has generally been accepted as 'any period longer than where the stop bit should be' which is what...
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    And having automatic buffering of received data allows time for more leisurely output to the LCD, the use of 4-bit mode, more processing...
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    The notes I have ... AXE132 / AXE133 / AXE133Y pinout ================================...
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    hippy replied to the thread Compact Date Storage & Retrieval.
    I am not convinced it is worthwhile doing 'clever maths' when bit fields will cater for 127 years. #Picaxe 20X2 ; Date ...
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    hippy replied to the thread Digitech XC4134 Serial to Ethernet.
    That would be my opinion as well, or something similar. To have remote programming, so one can keep using Windows and PE6, there are...
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    hippy replied to the thread Using TSOP31240 in parallel.
    The TSOP3120 datasheet shows the outputs are open-collector with an internal 30K pull-up to +V -...
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    hippy replied to the thread Hippy status, rev 2.0.
    My trusty XP system finally crashed and burned so I have got with the programme and am using Windows 10 as my primary home system. I...
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    hippy replied to the thread Hippy status, rev 2.0.
    You could well be right; not all chips or drivers support 'break signalling'. It can sometimes be possible to connect a button between...
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    hippy replied to the thread Hippy status, rev 2.0.
    And thank you all for your warm welcome backs.
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