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by petesmart
Tue Jul 31, 2012 11:27 am
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Re: Flowcode for Beginners ?! any good ?

Hi Rob, I am making the assumption from your posts that you are just starting out.. If my assumption is incorrect, please let me know. BTW.. I don't have any commercial association with MM, so your getting pure unbiased raw opinion Just a quick point on the cost...Depending on your employment situat...
by JohnCrow
Mon Jul 23, 2012 6:11 pm
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Re: Flowcode for Beginners ?! any good ?

Hi The LM35 sensor has 3 pins 5V, ground , and output The output is 10mV / °C. so its just a case of reading the output using the ADC input of the pic then a simple calculation will give the temperature. This is shown in one of my example projects. The LM355 uses a similar protocol except it is cali...
by JohnCrow
Tue Jul 31, 2012 8:17 pm
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Re: Flowcode for Beginners ?! any good ?

Hi Rob The LCD (EB005) works with ALL versions of flowcode. The ECIO28 & ECIO 40 will work with the free version. The base board is a worth while addon. This allows you the same 9-pin D ports as you would get using the EB006 and a normal pic, and a socket to plug the 12V psu into. The baseboard ...
by JohnCrow
Tue Jul 31, 2012 9:23 pm
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Re: Flowcode for Beginners ?! any good ?

As long as the LCD uses the hitachi controller (or compatible) as described in the data sheet, and has the same row/column as a setting in flowcode it should work.You may be able to locate a small display that fits your needs. They are easier to use and draw less current than the LED type. If you wa...