Betr: [smartsockets] Re: 2 tube clock with PIC16F84
- Hello Chris,
Thanks for the answer.
And of course I have a rotary encoder connected. And a seperate switch.
I couldn't get the one with a switch connected to the shaft.
My problem is that I cannot get any numbers to change when I go to settings.
But the text is displayed.
Again, I think that a setting for the options is wrong.
So just now, I've read it. (I never protect the PIC's)
The reset pin is set to external. This I fixed by connecting the pin to VCC.
But also, one of the timers (I think wtachdog) was still on.
And this will make the processor start over and over again.
On the smartsocket, it a similar problem.
The oscillator was set, so that a pin is used for clock-output and input.
But those pins (2 and 3) are used for segments.
On both these thing, I've just had a look at the programmer and the data
At work, I have access to a much newer programmer.
So I hope to test the results this evening at home.
>-- Oorspronkelijk bericht --
>From: "Chris" <fixitsan@...>
>Date: Thu, 03 Apr 2008 08:52:47 -0000
>Subject: Betr: [smartsockets] Re: 2 tube clock with PIC16F84
>--- In email@example.com, guus.assmann@... wrote:
>> Hello Chris,
>> After checking the 16F88 programming today, I found that the
>> the oscillator was not right.
>I was going to write today to suggest trying the HS setting. There
>you go, you did it anyway, well done!
>> Now the smartsockets display "CLOCK" in about 5 seconds time.
>> I've not figured out yet how to set the clock.
>You need the rotary encoder to be connected . The word document for
>the clock talks about the menu system, which is navigated by using
>the rotary encoder
>> Also, there's a problem with the processors I've put in the
>> The 1350's segment 7 is always on and 14 is never on.
>> These two are on pins 3 and 2 respectively.
>> I expect I've set some option for this processor wrong as well.
>> Can you please shed some light on this?
>That's an interesting thing to see for sure. I will remember to check
>the code in the file with my board at home, but I don't recall there
>being a problem and I am sure at least one other person has
>downloaded the same code and used it without a problem. I will get
>back to you about the code once I've verified it. I'll also check the
>schematic. It's a while since I did any work on the circuit, and I
>don't recall making two version ( I made 2 versions of B7971 sockets )
>but it may be you have a couple of transposed pins somewhere, either
>from a defunct schematic or from looking at the zm1350 upside-down.
>I'll do the proverbial 'getting back to you' later today I hope
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, guus.assmann@... wrote:
> Hello Chris,
> Just now I realise that I forgot to inform you.
> During my holliday, I had some more time and finally managed to get
> correct. So now, the smartsocket with the B7179 on my PCB also worksfine.
> I'll make some more, to get all 7 tubes working.Guus, Thanks for the update.
I haven't been getting the time to do what I need to do either !