Eblocks2 BL0106 Click Board connection with GPS Click

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Eblocks2 BL0106 Click Board connection with GPS Click

Postby OZ2ZTMonie » Sun Oct 13, 2019 11:15 am

Hi everyone
Eblocks2 BL0106 Click Board in connection with GPS Click (3.3V)
https://www.mikroe.com/gps-click
User:dsPIC BL0032
How to set Eblocks2 BL0106 Click Board to 3.3v out for the device GPS click
How should the Codes in FlowCode be written?
Like a code example!
Is it something you want to help with?

Mikroe GPS click Code

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Code snippet

 1 void parse_gps( int *lat, int *lon )
 2 {
 3     char *string = strstr(txt,"$GPGLL");
 4     if( string != 0 ) {
 5         if( string[7] != ',' ) {
 6             *lat = ( string[7] - 48 )*10 + ( string[8] - 48 );
 7*lon = ( string[19] - 48 )*100 + ( string[20] - 48 )*10 + ( string[21] - 48 );
 8             
 9             if( string[17] == 'S' )
10                 *lat = 0 - latitude;
11             if(string[31] == 'W')
12                 *lon = 0 - longitude;
13         }
14     }
15 }

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Re: Eblocks2 BL0106 Click Board connection with GPS Click

Postby Benj » Mon Oct 14, 2019 10:09 am

Hello,

The BL0032 board will automatically run the IO at 3V3.

As for interfacing the module you can either use the GPS component which should work well or you can instead use the UART component if you want to parse and decode the GPS NMEA message data yourself.

Example available here.
https://www.matrixtsl.com/wiki/index.php?title=Component:_GPS_(EB056,_Generic_NMEA)_(Wireless)

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Re: Eblocks2 BL0106 Click Board connection with GPS Click

Postby OZ2ZTMonie » Tue Oct 15, 2019 4:33 pm

Hi Benj
Uses: Eblocks2 dsPIC BL0032

Can you see why, when the keyboard is pressed, the motor cannot run left or right?
With KeyPad 4 engine Start reverse and at KeyPad 6 engine run Forwards
Attached file:
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Re: Eblocks2 BL0106 Click Board connection with GPS Click

Postby OZ2ZTMonie » Wed Oct 16, 2019 10:07 am

Hi everyone

Is there anyone here who will help get the keyboard pressed, the Motor can't run left or right?

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Re: Eblocks2 BL0106 Click Board connection with GPS Click

Postby Benj » Wed Oct 16, 2019 11:38 am

Hello,

Are you having the problem with the simulation or the actual hardware?

I have removed your output icons from the switch statement and now when I push and hold the keys 4 or 6 in simulation the motor spins.

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Re: Eblocks2 BL0106 Click Board connection with GPS Click

Postby OZ2ZTMonie » Wed Oct 16, 2019 2:11 pm

Hi Benj
Uses: Eblocks2 dsPIC BL0032
Regarding: "output icons from the switch statement".
Have tried as the picture illustrates below and also completely removed them, but can only run Run Right.
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Re: Eblocks2 BL0106 Click Board connection with GPS Click

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Re: Eblocks2 BL0106 Click Board connection with GPS Click

Postby OZ2ZTMonie » Thu Oct 17, 2019 7:41 pm

Hi everyone
Uses: Eblocks2 dsPIC BL0032
Is there anyone here who can tell me why I can in practice Run Left and Run Right but not simulate in Flowcode?
Is there something I'm doing wrong?
Or a better way to write the codes?

Attached the codes here!
BL0032_KeyPress-005.fcfx
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Uses the KetPad 4 keyboard to run the motor in the left direction and KetPad 5 to run the motor in the right direction.
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Re: Eblocks2 BL0106 Click Board connection with GPS Click

Postby OZ2ZTMonie » Mon Oct 21, 2019 9:08 am

Hi Benj

I can't get Windspeed to work with dsPIC BL0032
For example, user Port F/C F0 Pin 0
Do you have another suggestion?
Interuupt:
Interrupt Freq 50Hz.JPG
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Interuupt:
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See file below!
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Hope very much you will help with a solution ;-)
Compiler_Messages:

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Target folder: C:\Users\sun\Desktop
Source name:   C:\Users\sun\Desktop\BL0032_KeyPress-012.fcfx
Title:         
Description:   
Device:        PIC16.33E.BL0032
Generated by:  Flowcode v8.2.1.14
Date:          Monday, October 21, 2019 11:05:34
Users:         1
Registered to: monie jacobsen
License key: X6U4U7
https://www.matrixtsl.com
Launching the compiler...
C:\Program Files (x86)\Flowcode\Common\Compilers\pic16\batchfiles\pic16_C30_comp.bat  "BL0032_KeyPress-012" "C:\Users\sun\Desktop\" "33EP256MU806"

C:\Users\sun\Desktop>xc16-gcc -c -mcpu="33EP256MU806" -omf=coff -funsigned-char -fno-short-double -Os -I"C:\PROGRA~2\Flowcode\Common\COMPIL~1\pic16\BATCHF~1\..\support\h" -I"C:\PROGRA~2\Flowcode\Common\COMPIL~1\pic16\BATCHF~1\" -std=gnu99 "BL0032_KeyPress-012".c -o "BL0032_KeyPress-012".o
Options have been disabled due to restricted license
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BL0032_KeyPress-012.c: In function '_T1Interrupt':
coff-cc1.exe: warning: _T1Interrupt PSV model not specified for '_T1Interrupt';
assuming 'auto_psv' this may affect latency
BL0032_KeyPress-012.c: In function '_T2Interrupt':
coff-cc1.exe: warning: _T2Interrupt PSV model not specified for '_T2Interrupt';
assuming 'auto_psv' this may affect latency
BL0032_KeyPress-012.c: In function '_INT3Interrupt':
coff-cc1.exe: warning: _INT3Interrupt PSV model not specified for '_INT3Interrupt';
assuming 'auto_psv' this may affect latency
BL0032_KeyPress-012.c: In function '_INT4Interrupt':
coff-cc1.exe: warning: _INT4Interrupt PSV model not specified for '_INT4Interrupt';
assuming 'auto_psv' this may affect latency
BL0032_KeyPress-012.c: At top level:
BL0032_KeyPress-012.c:9160:2: warning: '_FGS' definition has been deprecated: consider migrating to #pragma config
BL0032_KeyPress-012.c:9160:2: warning: '_FOSCSEL' definition has been deprecated: consider migrating to #pragma config
BL0032_KeyPress-012.c:9160:2: warning: '_FOSC' definition has been deprecated: consider migrating to #pragma config
BL0032_KeyPress-012.c:9160:2: warning: '_FWDT' definition has been deprecated: consider migrating to #pragma config
BL0032_KeyPress-012.c:9160:2: warning: '_FPOR' definition has been deprecated: consider migrating to #pragma config
BL0032_KeyPress-012.c:9160:2: warning: '_FICD' definition has been deprecated: consider migrating to #pragma config
BL0032_KeyPress-012.c:9160:2: warning: '_FAS' definition has been deprecated: consider migrating to #pragma config
BL0032_KeyPress-012.c:9160:2: warning: '_FUID0' definition has been deprecated: consider migrating to #pragma config
.


Compilation successful!

Launching the linker/assembler...
C:\Program Files (x86)\Flowcode\Common\Compilers\pic16\batchfiles\pic16_C30_link.bat  "C:\Users\sun\Desktop\BL0032_KeyPress-012" 33EP256MU806 33E


xc16-ld 1.26 (A)

Program Memory  [Origin = 0x200, Length = 0x2aa00]

section                    address   length (PC units)   length (bytes) (dec)
-------                    -------   -----------------   --------------------
.text                        0x200               0x4ce           0x735  (1845)
.const                       0x6ce                0xc4           0x126  (294)
.text                        0x792              0x2698          0x39e4  (14820)
.dinit                      0x2e2a                 0xe            0x15  (21)

                 Total program memory used (bytes):         0x4254  (16980) 6%


Ivt Memory  [Origin = 0x4, Length = 0x1fc]

section                    address   length (PC units)   length (bytes) (dec)
-------                    -------   -----------------   --------------------
.ivt._T1Interrupt             0x1a                 0x2             0x3  (3)
.ivt._T2Interrupt             0x22                 0x2             0x3  (3)
.ivt._INT3Interrupt           0x7e                 0x2             0x3  (3)
.ivt._INT4Interrupt           0x80                 0x2             0x3  (3)


Auxflash Memory  [Origin = 0x7fc000, Length = 0x3ffa]

section                    address   length (PC units)   length (bytes) (dec)
-------                    -------   -----------------   --------------------

                     Total auxflash memory used (bytes):              0  (0) <1%


Data Memory  [Origin = 0x1000, Length = 0x7000]

section                    address      alignment gaps    total length  (dec)
-------                    -------      --------------    -------------------
.nbss                       0x1000                   0            0x44  (68)
.bss                        0x1044                   0            0x14  (20)

                 Total data memory used (bytes):           0x58  (88) <1%


Dynamic Memory Usage

region                     address                      maximum length  (dec)
------                     -------                      ---------------------
heap                             0                                   0  (0)
stack                       0x1058                              0x6fa8  (28584)

                 Maximum dynamic memory (bytes):         0x6fa8  (28584)

Generating HEX file

C:\Users\sun\Desktop>xc16-bin2hex -omf=coff "C:\Users\sun\Desktop\BL0032_KeyPress-012".cof
. .

Generating Assembler file

C:\Users\sun\Desktop>xc16-objdump -omf=coff -S "C:\Users\sun\Desktop\BL0032_KeyPress-012".cof  1>"C:\Users\sun\Desktop\BL0032_KeyPress-012".asm

HEX file creation successful!

Launching the programmer...
C:\Program Files (x86)\Flowcode v8\tools\mLoader\mLoader.exe  -eb091 "BL0032_KeyPress-012.hex" -config
Loading file...
File loaded from...
=> BL0032_KeyPress-012.hex
File sending...
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

File sent!


FINISHED

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Re: Eblocks2 BL0106 Click Board connection with GPS Click

Postby OZ2ZTMonie » Mon Oct 28, 2019 9:30 am

Hi everyone
Does anyone here see why I can't see Satallites which is attached below?
Do you have a suggestion in the codes that the Satellite's number can be seen in the display?
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Re: Eblocks2 BL0106 Click Board connection with GPS Click

Postby Benj » Mon Oct 28, 2019 11:11 am

Hello,

The satellite count record is currently set to no under the GPS component properties. Change this to yes and you should be able to get the sat count.

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Re: Eblocks2 BL0106 Click Board connection with GPS Click

Postby OZ2ZTMonie » Mon Oct 28, 2019 11:39 am

Hi Benj
Thank you very much.
That was the solution

Have a nice day at work;-)
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