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    Reading the Clock frequency / Peeksfr in simulator

    cpedw, PhilHornby's suggestion should do what you want. Provided that the hserout pin is available on your 14M2 then when you change the clock freq in your program all you need to do is also change the hserout config to match like this: SETFREQ M4 HSERSETUP B9600_4 <the mode you chose for...
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    Reading the Clock frequency / Peeksfr in simulator

    Derek, what_exactly_ was you peeksfr command that caused the reset? From the peeksfr command in Manual 2 for the M2 chips you can peeksfr bank 2: Bit 7-5 Memory Bank $00-$07 But, querying the locations $00-$0B in any bank are documented as causing a reset: Bit4-0 Addresses $0C to $1F on this...
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    Is PE5 (finally) Dead and Buried ?

    To paraphrase a quote by Charlton Heston: "You can have my PE6 #include files and macros when you pry them from my cold, dead hands."
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    [RESOLU] PICAXE Syntax - First Use

    ASCO, I don't think you have understood my post #7. I have only given you conversion instructions for this first short section of your code: CONST DEVICE =3B DIM batt as integer 'valeur batterie entrée 0 DIM V as integer 'valeur de sortie helium pour écran DIM I as BYTE 'choix du...
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    [RESOLU] PICAXE Syntax - First Use

    Thanks for finding this Jack, it solves the problem I thought ASCO had.
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    [RESOLU] PICAXE Syntax - First Use

    ASCO, as you are new to the PICAXE I plan to include a fair amount of background info so I won't cover all the conversion in one go, I'll do it in a few posts. I'll also limit my comments to just what you need to use to convert your program. My intention here is to avoid adding any unnecessary...
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    [RESOLU] PICAXE Syntax - First Use

    ASCO, I haven't ever heard of this PICBASIC-3M module before. If I have found the right one then they are manufactured by the Korean company COMFILE Technology and appear to have been distributed in France. Would you confirm for the rest of the forum members that: - this is the PB-3M module...
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    [RESOLU] PICAXE Syntax - First Use

    I can have a look at this over the weekend.
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    LCD LIbrary PCF8574 I2C

    jackberg, Thanks for the feedback. I believe that these LCD Libraries are easy to use but that claim needs to be tested and verified by other people.
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    Learning from Arduino. Three LCD Libraries for the M2 & X2 chips

    kfil, as far as I'm aware the Rev-Ed PICAXE precompiler is only available on Windows. There is no Rev-Ed precompiler available for Linux so you won't be able to use any of the precompiler "#" directives. The user pliser is maintaining a Python script that can process the PICAXE "#" directives...
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    Learning from Arduino. Three LCD Libraries for the M2 & X2 chips

    I have uploaded these three ports of the Arduino liquidcrystal LCD library to the PICAXE chips: For driving character LCDs in 8-bit mode https://picaxeforum.co.uk/threads/lcd-library-lcd_lib-8bit.33077/ For driving character LCDs in 4-bit mode...
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    LCD LIbrary PCF8574 I2C

    This is a port of the Arduino LiquidCrystal LCD library to the PICAXE to drive text-based LCDs using the PCF8574 bassed I2C backpack. It can be used with the all the M2 & X2 chips. To use it: 1. Download the files 2. Extract the library files and example programs from the zip file into a...
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    LCD LIbrary LCD_LIB-4bit

    This is a port of the Arduino LiquidCrystal LCD library to the PICAXE to drive text-based LCDs using their 4-bit mode. It can be used with the 14M2, 18M2, 20M2, 20X2, 28X2 & 40X2 chips. To use it: 1. Download the files 2. Extract the library files and example programs from the zip file into a...
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    LCD LIbrary LCD_LIB-8bit

    This is a port of the Arduino LiquidCrystal LCD library to the PICAXE to drive text-based LCDs using their 8-bit mode. It uses an 8-bit port so it can only be used with the 18M2, 20M2, 20X2, 28X2 & 40X2 chips. To use it: 1. Download the files 2. Extract the library files and example programs...
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    Can math solve the question of how many bits of resolution are in use here?

    A 12-bit ADC will not give you the same resolution in the range 0-0.297V. For the range 0~0.297V a 10-bit ADC gives 1023 steps of 0.00029V For the range 0-5v a 12-bit ADC gives 4095 steps of 0.0012V, so about 1/4 the resolution.
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    Electronics Help Needed Please (for a very special project)

    Tritium is very commonly available for use in things that you want to "glow in the dark". Do a google search for "tritium markers" to see what I mean. I own one of the small ones attached to my keyring that must be about 10 years old and it still stands out clearly in a pitch black bedroom...
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    Electronics Help Needed Please (for a very special project)

    Tritium illumination will gradually dim by 1/2 every 12.33 years but they are available in blue and have the significant advantage that there are no batteries or electronic components that could fail prematurely.
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    AXE033 OLED Module problem

    If you look at the link Technical posted in post #2 you will see a picture of a 16x2 LCD attached (which is not displaying any text) and an OLED attached (which has the yellow text on black) and both have the 15x1 square pin connection to the driver board. This 15x1 line of square pins is the...
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    8 bit binary output from 14M2 - a binary timer??

    1) When I go to that link I don't see any connections for connecting the PICAXE parallel port to the attenuator board. Pls post a picture of how you have your PICAXE connected to the attenuator module or post a picture of the circuit so we know how you have connected them. 2) I found this...
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    Where do I need to download PE6 from ?

    https://picaxe.com/ > Software > the download link for PICAXE Editor 6 gets you to https://picaxe.com/software/picaxe/picaxe-editor-6/index.html#download
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