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'[OT][AD] LOW COST SEIKO STARTER KIT'
2000\05\23@161428 by WF

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Hi all,

Today i finished a starter kit for learning the SEIKO 7600 (TCP/IP)

It works using the parallel port PC for access all registers and has a
PIC16F84 into the board free for when the user wants to have SEIKO's
control....

First, the user must to study and test all registers using the Parallel Port
PC... the user will receive a BASIC routine for read and write all registers
only...

After a complete study, the PIC16F84 can be connected to SEIKO pins for
EXPERIMENTS...using JUMPERS...

I will produce this KIT in quantities (+-100) and would like to know if
someone is interested...

What do you think?

Miguel Wisintainer

PS: The sample code will be in Delphi, VB, MSC and Cbuilder..
PS: I'm doing samples...

2000\05\23@162511 by James Paul

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WF,

Yes, I would be interested.   I have a project coming up that will
be expected to have internet connectivity.  This TCP/IP stack chip
may well be what I'm looking for.

Could you advise what the approximate cost and delivery time will be?

                                         Thanks and Regards,

                                                Jim

On Tue, 23 May 2000, WF wrote:

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2000\05\26@120455 by Gary Chung

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Count me in too.

Regards
Gary


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