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2005\02\21@174324 by Wallace YANG

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Greetings,

This is my first post.
In my application I still need to obtain a keypad, but
the physical layout of the keypad remains uncertain
(it has to be somewhat professional looking).  I'm
told that there are keypads out there where the
buttons aren't physically connected in a row or
column, and that allows individual buttons to be
placed where they are needed at my discretion.  So
far, I haven't any luck in finding these keypads.
Does anyone know where to find one, or where I can
find out more about keypads?

Thanks.

Wallace

2005\02\21@175516 by SavanaPics

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If this is a project of one of kind or only a few are needed, you might do  
what I did. I used a plastic case, Metal will work also) I drilled .5" holes
for  the buttons.  I mounted small pcb buttons on my board to match the center  
of the holes in the case. I then designed a front panel and printed it on a  
regular sheet of photo paper and then laminated it.  One I mounted it on  the
case cover it gave a great feel a look of professionalism.

Not  quality for a sellable item, but very functional

Eddie Turner, kc4awz


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2006\11\15@165310 by Doug Coil
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Cancer Research Project



To Whom It May Concern,



Hi, my name is Doug Coil and I am in cancer research at the Stehlin
Foundation for Cancer Research. I have a research problem that I will
describe below. I had been working with an individual in the UK and he
just ran out of ability to solve my problem. The hardware is completed
(project board w/ pic chip, 7 sensor inputs, associated electronics, an
LCD display, reset button, and two 9 volt batteries), but the logic and
chip programming need to be done. I have a small budget for this project
(we are NON-profit, 501c3). I have a small budget left for this, which I
hope will work out. The project is not a patentable endeavor, as it is
for research purposes only. If the project is successful, it will of
course be published, and those involved acknowledged. I thank you for
your time in reviewing this, and hopefully responding.



The project is to determine blood flow in a phantom material that mimics
a tumor and the surrounding vasculature. There are a total of 7
proximity sensors that will be used to sense magnetic particles injected
into the blood flow. I will not get into more every detail here, but
from this you will understand the basis of the project.



Here is the breakdown for the programming of the sensors. Sensors 1 and
2 are for timing to determine blood speed. Sensors 3 - 7 are to
determine the path through the phantom. There is a possibility that
several of the sensors 3 - 7 could be 'tripped' during a 'run'. Each
sensor that was tripped would need to be displayed. A run will not last
more than about 6 seconds, probably 2.5 - 3 secs.



If you are interested, let me know and I will supply you with the
details.



Thanks,

Doug





Doug Coil

Deputy Supervisor/ISO

Christus Stehlin Foundation for Cancer Research

1918 Chenevert

Houston, TX  77002

http://www.stehlin.org <http://www.stehlin.org/>

713-756-5750



2006\11\15@172539 by olin piclist

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Doug Coil wrote:
> The hardware is completed
> (project board w/ pic chip, 7 sensor inputs, associated electronics,
> an LCD display, reset button, and two 9 volt batteries),

Getting other people to help with this will have a lot to do with the
quality of the design and associated documentation.  Since this is
non-profit and you intend to make it all public, you should put the
schematic, board layout, and other relevant documentation on a web page
where people can peruse it and decide if they want to go anywhere near this
project.

> but the logic and chip programming need to be done.

What logic is there other than the programming?  Is there a FPGA or
something?

> I have a small budget for this project

How small?  Does it completely proclude professional help?  Real numbers
would be much more useful.  You could put the whole thing out there and say
here is what needs to be done and here is how much we'll pay for it upon
completion.  Maybe you'll get some bites, maybe not.  Since the project
isn't a secret you've got little to lose.

> Here is the breakdown for the programming of the sensors.

This information doesn't make sense without the context of the schematic, a
description of the high level logic of the device, what PIC you are using,
etc.

If the design and documentation are good, people might be willing to jump in
for at least some pieces.  For example, I could possibly get the basic
template of a PIC project together with any appropriate canned modules we
already have if I can do it in a hour or two.  On the other hand, if the
design is a mess, the documentation nonexistent or poor, or the
specification unclear then I'll quickly find something better to do.


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2006\11\15@205143 by William Chops Westfield

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On Nov 15, 2006, at 1:53 PM, Doug Coil wrote:

> The hardware is completed but the logic and
> chip programming need to be done.

This is the sort of statement that causes consultants to run screaming
(or rub their hands in greed, depending.)  This sort of project usually
involves a fair amount of "hardware/software co-design", and to be stuck
with "completed" hardware that someone else has already failed to be
able to write software for is... worrisome.

BillW

2006\11\16@093029 by M. Adam Davis

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So it sounds like you need the device to report which proximity
sensors were triggered at what time relative to the time the first two
sensors were triggered?

This information should simply be shown on the LCD display?

I'm interested to know what you mean by "associate electronics".  The
sensors just output a yes or no, correct?

-Adam

On 11/15/06, Doug Coil <spam_OUTDCoilTakeThisOuTspamstehlin.org> wrote:
> Cancer Research Project
> ...

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2006\11\16@112234 by Doug Coil

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Hi Adam,

I appreciate your reply.

I'll do my best to describe what is currently completed, and what needs
to be done. The 'associated electronics' are what is currently on the
board to 'bring everything together' (i.e. batteries, reset switch, lcd
connections, sensor connections, etc.). The sensors just output a
voltage if the 'sense' a magnetic particle circulating with a 1 cm
proximity.

The sensors that I am using are from Banner Engineering, they are D10
proximity sensors (part # 62379, model D10DNFP), Data sheet can be found
at:
info.bannersalesforce.com/xpedio/groups/public/documents/catalog/
75272_06.pdf#page=5

I've gotten all but 1 of these (for simple testing) without the numeric
display.

I don't have a schematic of the board. It is being shipped back to me
from the UK and I should have it by next week. If you are still
interested at that point, I'll send the schematic. The pic chip that is
currently on the board is a PIC16F628.

Here is what I need each sensor to accomplish, and then display the info
on the LCD.

Here is the breakdown of the output for each sensor.

Sensor 1 will be used for 2 events (if possible). The first event is to
start the time for the control loop. The second event is to end the time
for the control loop and display the elapsed time down to the .1
seconds. This control loop should take between 2 and 5 seconds. There
should be an error if it takes more than 5 seconds and require a reset.
If we could put something on line 1 like 'Error - not detected. Reset
unit.' If it is less than 5 s, then display the elapsed time on line 1,
i.e. '4.8s'.

The time of the second event of Sensor 1 will also be used to start the
elapsed time for the "unknown" path.

Sensor 2 will be the event for the end time of the "unknown" path. Then
calculate the elapsed time and display it after the known elapsed time
on line 1. (in other words, subtract the time between the second event
on sensor 1 from the time of the event recorded by sensor 2) I don't
know how many elements are on each line of the LCD, but maybe start this
unknown elapsed time at 1,10 or something like this. Then line 1 would
look like '4.8s      2.1s'.

Sensor 3, if this sensor is activated, simply display on line 2,1 of the
LCD 'back'. This indicates that the particle was circulated at the back
side of the phantom.

Sensor 4, if this sensor is activated, simply display on line 2,6 of the
LCD 'out'. This indicates that the particle was circulated at the
outside of the phantom.

Sensor 5, if this sensor is activated, simply display on line 2,10 of
the LCD 'in'. This indicates that the particle was circulated at the
inside of the phantom.

Sensor 6, if this sensor is activated, simply display on line 2,13 of
the LCD 't'. This indicates that the particle was circulated at the top
side of the phantom.

Sensor 7, if this sensor is activated, simply display on line 2,15 of
the LCD 'h'. This indicates that the particle was circulated at the high
side of the phantom.

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2010\04\27@134312 by Manager STPCG
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27-04-2010 Looking for people to write code for PIC's - Assembler, C
etc.....

Hello PICLIST,

My name is George and I am the manager of STPCG - Science & Technology
Project Collaboration Group:

We are looking for anyone who is interested in writing some code for PIC's -
18/24 series with some A/D, SPI, UART capability, projects involved with the
oil and gas industry and general industry, short and long term project
involvement for projects needing small medium and large codes. Code can be
written in your own time, invitations from individuals of any age and
gender, or companies and organisations, we have a lot of projects from small
20 line codes up to full blown major long term projects, based in Holland
but we invite people from anywhere worldwide since code can be emailed and
we can send development kits out to you if necessary. Commercial rates paid
and royalties.

For more information and project details please contact me direct on

email: .....managerKILLspamspam@spam@stpcg.org

Please contact us as soon as possible,

kind regards,

George Williams

Manager STPCG

2010\04\27@155933 by Vitaliy

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George,

A few questions if you don't mind.

- How long has your organization been in business?
- How do you protect the IP?
- Who does the QA?
- Can you provide a copy of the contract?
- What does this mean: "The collaborating team means that all participants
proportionately receive funding, profits and royalties from all projects
that they have contributed towards or will contribute towards."

Best regards,

Vitaliy

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