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'PicMaster Probes, Ram for datalogging'
1999\05\27@154939 by Mike Montalvo

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HI! My name is Mike and I just joined the list.  I stumbled across it when
searching for info on the HP 54645D MSO.  I am seriously looking into one as
my old Tektronics scope took a dive.  I have been using pics for a little
while now, but only in one design that was useful (a consulting job).  I
have plans for products using PICs that are in development now.

Anyway, I'm not sure if this is the proper place for this (and if it isn't,
please let me know) but does anyone have a 16J picmaster probe they would
like to sell? (The one for most of the 16c5x,7x series) Is there a site
better suited for finding people that might be getting rid of one?

Has anyone (I'm sure there is) that has used a pic for datalogging?  More
particularly, used an EEPROM  / FLASH /SRAM to store data?  I need to store
about 25-30 samples per second for at least 20 seconds.  Any suggestions?
It doesn't necessarily have to be non volatile especially if the write rates
are too slow for NV, but it would be a nice touch.  I want to store data for
later retrieval by a PC.

Thanks for the bandwidth!

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1999\05\27@161442 by Dave VanHorn

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> Anyway, I'm not sure if this is the proper place for this (and if it
isn't,
> please let me know) but does anyone have a 16J picmaster probe they would
> like to sell? (The one for most of the 16c5x,7x series) Is there a site
> better suited for finding people that might be getting rid of one?


I have it with 40 dip and 28 narrow adaptors.
Make me an offer

1999\05\27@161653 by Dave VanHorn

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And a little more rustling in the drawer reveals an 18 pin adaptor, either
for this probe, or another.

I've been thinking about E-Baying the system, as I've mostly moved on to the
AVRs.

1999\05\28@003742 by Tjaart van der Walt

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Dave VanHorn wrote:
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> And a little more rustling in the drawer reveals an 18 pin adaptor, either
> for this probe, or another.
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> I've been thinking about E-Baying the system, as I've mostly moved on to the
> AVRs.

We've been playing with our AVR TinyICE. It will probably
be released now sometime. It is really worth whatever it
will cost. It really is tiny, and emulates all the AVR's.

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1999\05\28@010854 by Dave VanHorn

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I have the probe you seek, low mileage, one owner, make offer.
I was going to ebay it with a system, but I can part this one out.
I tried to email you through your website, but there's some config problem,
and it bounced.

1999\05\28@051142 by wwl

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On Thu, 27 May 1999 15:33:41 -0400, you wrote:

>HI! My name is Mike and I just joined the list.  I stumbled across it when
>searching for info on the HP 54645D MSO.  I am seriously looking into one as
>my old Tektronics scope took a dive.
If you can afford it, buy it - you'll wonder how you ever lived
without. Don't bother with the benchlink scope software - it's
ludicrously overpriced for the very limited functionality.

1999\05\28@063020 by Pavel Korensky

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At 15:33 27.5.1999 -0400, you wrote:
>HI! My name is Mike and I just joined the list.  I stumbled across it when
>searching for info on the HP 54645D MSO.  I am seriously looking into one as
>my old Tektronics scope took a dive.  I have been using pics for a little
>while now, but only in one design that was useful (a consulting job).  I
>have plans for products using PICs that are in development now.
>

HP 54645D MSO is great scope. One year ago, I was on the hunt for new
scope. I tried HP 54645D MSO and because I did not have enough money, I
bought HP 54645A - same scope but without logic analyser part. I am very
happy with 54645A, but hundreds times, I found that MSO version was much
more usefull :-(((
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