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by kersing
Fri Sep 13, 2013 10:43 pm
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Re: FCD file for 18FxxK50

PIC18F25k50 and PIC18F24k50 are not supported by the Sourceboost C compiler. I am also not sure the USB stack has been updated for use with these devices yet.
by DavidA
Tue Sep 17, 2013 3:57 pm
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Re: USB Comms - valid license (inside 30 day trial)?

Hi Rob, I have checked your account and it seems you are not in the 30day trial but in a purcashed Chip Pack only licence. The name "30day trial" is one that is assigned to you via a trial ID, when you entered your purchase code and went through you should have been prompted to click an ic...
by Benj
Thu Sep 19, 2013 10:58 am
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Re: Copy and paste a file on SDcard?

Hello Rob,

Here is a quick example I've put together. Not tested it but I think it should work ok.
by Benj
Wed Dec 11, 2013 1:37 pm
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Re: FCD file for 18FxxK50

Hello,

Were currently working on adding these devices into v6. Input from Sourceboost on this has been disappointing to say the least. We are applying pressure where we can but also looking into the new XC style compilers from Microchip.
by Kenrix2
Fri Dec 13, 2013 2:45 am
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Re: FCD file for 18FxxK50

Nice to here your looking into XC8 compilers Benj. I have done limited testing with XC8 and Flowcode V5. It is a bit of work to setup and I can't figure out how to add the configuration bits in my program so I have to manually enter the configuration bits using the PICkit programmer. If anyone wants...
by kersing
Wed Apr 23, 2014 9:09 pm
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Re: FCD file for 18FxxK50

Wait a few days and I'll post an installer to update the latest FC5 to include the 18F24K50, 18F25K50 and 18F45K50. I just need to run a final tests on the installer against a clean FC5 installation. FC6 release 6.0.7 includes support for these devices but requires one fix if you want to use the USB...
by LeighM
Fri May 02, 2014 10:28 am
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Re: FCD file for 18FxxK50

INTOSCIO is option 8 "Internal Oscillator Block"

Leigh
by dazz
Sat May 03, 2014 12:09 pm
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Re: Arduino Programming In Flowcode v6

Hi rob
got a lot going on in my life atm,bear with me and i will post an fcd for your board,but it will take a few days
by LeighM
Tue May 06, 2014 4:26 pm
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Re: FCD file for 18FxxK50

Hi

Please see attached files.
The 18F25K50 FCD had a bug that will not have helped, fixed version attached together with LED flash on PORT A

Regards,
Leigh
by kersing
Wed May 07, 2014 10:19 pm
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Re: FCD file for 18FxxK50

I do want to use the USB stack. Could someone provide me with some information about the needed fix? You'll need to edit the file C:\Program Files (x86)\Flowcode 6\compilers\pic\boostc\include\USB\pic_usb.c (on 64 bit windows) or C:\Program Files\Flowcode 6\compilers\pic\boostc\include\USB\pic_usb....
by kersing
Mon May 12, 2014 6:49 am
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Re: FCD file for 18FxxK50

The clock speed in the general options should be 48000000. When set to that, could you time (stopwatch) what the delay is? (Depending on the speed I usually time 10 on/off cycles and divide by 10)
by kersing
Sun May 11, 2014 9:58 pm
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Re: FCD file for 18FxxK50

For USB usage I'm using the following settings (FC5 project, but should work for FC6): Clock speed 48000000 (48MHz) Chip settings: chipsettings.JPG At the start of the Main macro add a C code block to setup the oscillator: osccon = 0b01110000; osccon2 = 0b00010000; // wait for oscillator to tune whi...
by SteveM
Tue May 27, 2014 1:39 pm
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Re: Think i have found the Base Timing Bug ...

Loop 500 counts of 10ms delays ran fine in simulation, but not on hardware (16f917 intosc). It seemed to get stuck somewhere in a loop. Hi Rob, I just checked this out in the compiled code - it seems that the hardware is always using a single byte as the loop index counter, even if you specify a &q...
by medelec35
Tue May 27, 2014 11:46 pm
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Re: PWM LEDs at different rates

Hi Rob, due to limited time (Learning C :-) ), this is work in progress. What this flowchart will do is light 7 LEDs at a different brightness, and the 8th LED will fade off and on. You will need to add all the other 24 LEDs within timer0 macro This is the result of drive across 8 of the outputs con...
by Benj
Mon Jun 02, 2014 11:55 am
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Re: UTFT component? perfect for many graphic displays

Hello, Received the display now and will have a go at getting it working. Can you confirm what voltages you are placing onto the VDD and VBATT pins just so I can be sure of not damaging the display before I get started on the coding. Looks like 3V3 on both pins should be ok. Once this display is wor...
by Benj
Mon Jun 02, 2014 2:45 pm
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Re: UTFT component? perfect for many graphic displays

Here is a version of the buffered SSD1306 component but with an I2C interface instead of the more common one way SPI interface.

gLCD_SSD1306_i2c.fcpx


Let me know how you get on.
by Benj
Wed Jun 04, 2014 5:30 pm
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Re: UTFT component? perfect for many graphic displays

Hi Rob, Right I think I have just realised why everything is sooooooo slow. We need to go back to the PIC_CAL_I2C file and look at line 308. delay_ms(10); This is right at the end of the I2C Stop command and fixes a problem with lockups using I2C hardware. We are using the I2C software so you should...
by Benj
Thu Jun 05, 2014 9:21 am
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Re: UTFT component? perfect for many graphic displays

Hi Rob, What if you add a fairly large delay in to the program before you initialise the glcd component. 1 or 2 seconds should do and should allow the display to properly power up before we start throwing commands at it. Hopefully this will allow the delay in the I2C stop macro to be removed and all...
by Benj
Tue Sep 16, 2014 2:53 pm
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Re: Arduino Programming In Flowcode v6

Hi Rob,

The upcoming upgrade is due around the end of sept / start of oct. Hopefully not long to wait now...
by medelec35
Fri Nov 07, 2014 1:04 pm
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Re: Gas light flicker

Hi Rob, I created flame simulation software for a fire in a dolls house using a bright orange LED. Looked affective when LED was behind light diffusing material. Target was 12F1824 running at 4MHz to reduce power. You will be able to use any target device at any clock speed, but make sure PWM is set...
by Benj
Wed Feb 18, 2015 12:16 pm
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Re: RC5 component for PIC16 or PIC18

Hello, Managed to find a fix for the 16F688 device too. First the component lives here "C:\Program Files (x86)\Flowcode 6\components" RC5.fcpx Then the CAL file needs changing slightly here "C:\Program Files (x86)\Flowcode 6\CAL\PIC" PIC_CAL_PWM.c Let me know how you get on.
by dazz
Fri May 16, 2014 4:00 pm
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Re: 16F917 44 pin TQFP

Hi Rob Make a copy of the existing 917 fcd, rename it 917_tqfp find the entry for pins <pins sides='2' smd="1" > then change it to ah work that out ;) If you get stuck shout, you will then need to go through the pins to make sure they are correctly labelled the first entry is pin 1 etc, if...
by SteveM
Thu Jun 05, 2014 9:58 am
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Re: 2D: Dashboard Panel

Hi Rob, We're aware that there are a few problems with the recovery of window layouts when loading files. Not sure if those can be fixed in time for the update that's due shortly, as we are naturally prioritising bugs that cause crashes and errors when compiling flowcharts and components. However, i...
by Benj
Thu Mar 12, 2015 10:51 am
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Re: AVR programmer USB device not found

Hello Rob, Please can you try these settings. Fingers crossed they will work for you. usbtiny.FCS Let us know how you get on with the programmer, the AVRISP is now end of life so we are looking for a replacement. The unit you use looks good but I think ideally we need something in a protective case.