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1998\02\10@130808 by Kam Bansal

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Hi all!

I need some guidence here, I want to build the following system:

A digital thermostat that displays its information (current temp, hi/lo etc) on
a 4x40 lcd (scott edwards), be able to send this info via serial (low baud rate
okay), be able to receive "hi/lo" alarm info (if the temp goes above or below
make a buzz..) from serial.

Now I was looking at the CCS C compiler, and they do support serial support.
So, what pic(s) do you recommend? What verison of the CCS compiler do I need (i
guess it's based on the pic selection), and finally, I currently own a Parallax
Pic Burner, so can it be burned using this hardware or do I need other
hardware?


Any advice would be greatly appriciated!


                                                               -Kam (^8*


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1998\02\10@133933 by John Bellini

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Microchip is actually recommending the Hi Tech C compilier for use with
there mid range parts.  You could probably meet your requirements with a
PIC17C73A or (74A if you need more pins).

I'm not sure about the Parallax Pic Burner, I know that you can burn
chips
with the Microchip programmer with Parallax Object code, but I've never
tried it the other way.


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1998\02\11@040618 by mike

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In message  <34e095d5.4030125@204.94.175.5> .....PICLISTKILLspamspam@spam@MITVMA.MIT.EDU writes:
> Hi all!
>
> I need some guidence here, I want to build the following system:
>
> A digital thermostat that displays its information (current temp, hi/lo > etc)
on
> a 4x40 lcd (scott edwards), be able to send this info via serial (low > baud
rate
> okay), be able to receive "hi/lo" alarm info (if the temp goes above or >
below
> make a buzz..) from serial.
>
> Now I was looking at the CCS C compiler, and they do support serial > support.
> So, what pic(s) do you recommend? What verison of the CCS compiler do I > need
(i
> guess it's based on the pic selection), and finally, I currently own a >
Parallax
> Pic Burner, so can it be burned using this hardware or do I need other
> hardware?
>
>
> Any advice would be greatly appriciated!
>
Hi,

RS232 transmission is not hard with PICs. If you are doing the rest in
assembler I wouldn't bother with a C compiler.

Regards,

Mike Watson
--
Denison Mayes Group

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