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    hippy replied to the thread relay testing circuit.
    I was visualising something like below; coil and drive not shown. All three relay contacts go to PICAXE ADC pins - V+ -.---.---. .|...
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    hippy replied to the thread relay testing circuit.
    For a comprehensive test, I would probably connect all three contacts ( Common, N/O, N/C ) to ADC pins with a pull-up and pull-down...
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    hippy replied to the thread Control a PCA9633 with I2C.
    Excellent news. Glad it worked and thanks for letting us know. With 'single function' devices they are often pre-configured and...
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    That should be relatively easy and you can probably just use the Ph word value. The challenge is going to be in determining what Ph...
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    hippy replied to the thread Control a PCA9633 with I2C.
    This would be my first atte,pt - #Picaxe 20X2 #No_Data Symbol MODE1 = $00 Symbol MODE2 = $01 Symbol LED0 = $02 Symbol LED1 =...
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    No. The PROM holds configuration constants, not the actual sensor data. CMD_PROM_7 reads the CRC for the configuration which my code...
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    hippy replied to the thread Using the serrxd command..
    Perhaps post your full code. This works for me when I test it in the simulator - symbol X1 = b0 symbol X10 = b1 symbol X100 = b2 symbol...
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    hippy replied to the thread Using the serrxd command..
    You don't want those # symbols there if receiving ASCII digits into each. and you will have to subtract "0" or $30 to get those ASCII...
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    HI2cIn ( Ph.msb, Ph.lsb, Pl.msb ) : Pl.lsb = 0 b18=Ph.msb b19=Ph.lsb b20=Pl.msb sertxd(#b18," ",#b19," ",#w9,"...
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    hippy replied to the thread Control a PCA9633 with I2C.
    I am not familiar with that chip and couldn't find anything on the forum but there's a datasheet here -...
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    Will the serial terminal in the Editor read an input device? Not sure exactly how you mean but a PICAXE program can take input from the...
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    It easily gets confusing when we have both PS2 and PS/2 and a PS2 controller which appears to support PS/2 and PS2 interfaces.
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    It would seem to be. The connector you are looking at in your photo has 11 connections, but as two are 3.5V that's really 10. A standard...
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    I am not familiar with the Playstation 2 or its controllers but I would guess - DI, DO, CLK and CS is an SPI connection for the...
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    hippy replied to the thread Easy 4 digit LED display.
    If you replace the opening [code] tag in post#1 with [code="rich"] That should do everything for you.
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