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'[OT]: TV output'
2001\11\23@194715 by Peter May

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I am making up a RS485 network to run my bits and pieces. I am going to make
a HUB that has a display on it so I can see what is going on here and there.
I want to have a basic display on one of my channels on the TV. Is there a
TV modulator or a way I can feed say a serial info (like you do with a LCD)
to it and have it come up on the screen?

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2001\11\23@195331 by Randy Glenn

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2001\11\24@052949 by kayode.ayandokun

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Peter,

If the TV you intend to use has a composite video input then you can
directly use an on screen display board which will either generate its
own video signal or overlay the text onto the video signal from a
camera. If the TV does not have a composite video input then you will
need a modulator to convert the composite video signal to an RF signal
that can be connected to the TV's aerial socket.

I suggest you visit http://www.stv5730a.co.uk and have a look at the
16F84/628 on screen display project board.

Kayode.
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Visit http://www.stv5730a.co.uk and put your next PIC project on TV
with the 16F84 STV5730A on screen display project board.

Peter May <managerspamKILLspamSALE-NET.COM.AU> wrote:
> I am making up a RS485 network to run my bits and pieces. I am going to make
> a HUB that has a display on it so I can see what is going on here and there.
> I want to have a basic display on one of my channels on the TV. Is there a
> TV modulator or a way I can feed say a serial info (like you do with a LCD)
> to it and have it come up on the screen?

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