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'PicBasic Pro'
1999\01\31@171520 by PSRobinson

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'PicBasic Pro'
1999\02\01@134052 by Norman Gillaspie
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1999\02\01@190949 by hmiller

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I want to start experimenting in driving stepper motors with a 16f84. I
have an old stepper from a junk disk drive and understand (roughly) how
to make it step. My question is, can it be driven directly from the PIC
or do I need to go through something like a 4N26 (just got a batch from
Mouser)?

Harley L. Miller     spam_OUThmillerTakeThisOuTspamsound.net
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1999\02\01@215924 by dave vanhorn

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At 06:06 PM 2/1/99 -0600, Harley L. Miller wrote:
>I want to start experimenting in driving stepper motors with a 16f84. I
>have an old stepper from a junk disk drive and understand (roughly) how
>to make it step. My question is, can it be driven directly from the PIC
>or do I need to go through something like a 4N26 (just got a batch from
>Mouser)?
>
>Harley L. Miller     .....hmillerKILLspamspam@spam@sound.net
>WB0ROQ


You need something more like a ULN2003 or similar, An optoisolator isn't
going to have enough "poop" to step.


'PicBasic Pro'
2002\10\03@122550 by Larry Bradley
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Anyone using Picbasic Pro from Microengineering Labs?

I've used the "Basic" Picbasic to program F84's, and it works fine. But I'm
going to be getting into the newer PICs, and the Pro version has a lot of
nice features.

I'd appreciate comments both pro and con from users.

Thanks

Larry
Larry Bradley
Orleans (Ottawa), Ontario, CANADA

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2002\10\03@123406 by Sid Weaver

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In a message dated 10/03/2002 12:26:21 Eastern Daylight Time,
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> Anyone using Picbasic Pro from Microengineering Labs?
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I am using PICPro Basic.  No problems at all.


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2002\10\03@150704 by Rick C.

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I use it too and am happy with it. You can mix basic and asm if you know how to
do it right. It will complain if you try to use debug with mixed language. I
complained to them about that about a year ago and they said they're "working"
on it.
Rick

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2002\10\03@193306 by Dave King

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I've used the "Basic" Picbasic to program F84's, and it works fine. But I'm
>going to be getting into the newer PICs, and the Pro version has a lot of
>nice features.
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>Larry

I've been using it too (hence all the dumb pbp questions on the list)

Probably get better advice fro someone else but I can think of two things

One is make sure you have the latest version of code designer and compiler.
This has a lot more support for some of the features in the pics.

He's going to shoot me as I can't recall who but someone had a indexed
pdf  version of the manual. Makes a huge difference in finding stuff. Or you
can print it out and make your favorite ink jet cartridge retailer happy....

I've found it great for getting a program done quickly or even segments to
test.
It sure beats what I had to go through ice ages ago with 8039's.  I'm just
trying
to get MPLab to work with it right now.

Dave

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2002\10\03@200653 by Victor Faria

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Larry try the picbasic list
you can join at http://www.melabs.com
under support you can also do a search through archives

also for more information and samples http://www.rentron.com
you can download the manual at melabs under resources???
but join the list ask questions but this has been discussed.
it is a good compiler and support is great.
from list and the owners.
regards
victor Faria

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2002\10\03@215658 by sergio masci

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Rick C. wrote:

> I use it too and am happy with it. You can mix basic and asm if you know how to
> do it right. It will complain if you try to use debug with mixed language. I
> complained to them about that about a year ago and they said they're "working"
> on it.
> Rick

I've had a quick look at Microengineering Labs web site and I don't see
any mention of source level debugging, just "ICD capability" also it
talks about integration with MPLAB. Does this mean that you need to use
the microchip tools to debug code you write with PICBasic Pro?

I also noticed that using floats with PICBasic Pro is not exactly
straight forward. Does anyone have a comment on this.

Regards
Sergio Masci

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2002\10\04@034138 by dr. Imre Bartfai

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Hi,

I used PicBasic Pro (now I prefer C but there're cases when I return) and
it does what it promises. However (as always) it is worth to look at the
generated code and change the source appropriately if some overhead
occurs.

Regards,
Imre

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On Thu, 3 Oct 2002, Larry Bradley wrote:

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2002\10\05@215159 by Rick C.

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To be honest, I haven't used it for about a year. The program used to jump right over
the asm when in debug mode. Haven't used it with MPLAB either.
Rick

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2002\10\06@154302 by Victor Faria

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here is a link for microcode studio great for checking code with pic basic
pro from melabs.
it's free
http://www.mecanique.co.uk/
it's a great tool.
regards
victor
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