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posted on 2011/08/20 10:43:27 AM CEST

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printer interface with USB without using pc

printer shall be interfaced with usb using pic18f based embedded system. Normal text printing is ok can any body suggest the method how to go about


posted on 2011/08/20 04:25:33 AM CEST

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Device configuration section

How about a section for programmers / debuggers / bootloaders ?
Many thanks.

brian phillips

posted on 2011/08/20 04:02:02 AM CEST

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RC Section

PLease create a section for RC as this has a lot of followers, Thank you

Randy Abernathy

posted on 2011/08/19 02:29:09 PM CEST


Correction to an error in the previous request for the "traffic light"

In my description previously I mistakenly said that once the volume for the instrument was correct I would want to press and button and the yellow LED would light for 1 second. I need to correct that to read that the green LED would light if the volume is correct.

Sorry about that.

Randy Abernathy

posted on 2011/08/19 02:23:14 PM CEST


Wireless remote 3 LED "traffic light" system

I am working on a project in which I want to control 2 remote modules containing 3 high bright LEDs colored, red, green, and yellow. This will be used to communicate to an organist and pianist whether they need to increase their volume, lower their volume and when their volume is correct. Each with have one of these "traffic lights" mounted on their respective instrument. For example, if the organ is not loud enough, a button would be pressed in the sound room and the yellow LED would light up for say 1 second, if the organ is too loud a button would be pressed and the red LED would light for about 1 second, once the volume is correct a button would be pressed and the yellow LED would light for about a second. The same scenario would be used for the piano. Both will be separate from each other of course. I have little experience in using a PIC for wireless control like this so any assistance will be appreciated. I have the EasyPIC6 development system and the lite version of MikroBASIC included with it as well as PICBasic Pro, the full version so BASIC would be good for me in case I need to modify the code. I am considering the LINX line of wireless transmitters/receivers for the wireless part. I don't think infrared would work because of the distance and likely obstacles in the light path.

Thanks in advance for any assistance.

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