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  1. What is the difference between the original UC32 (now retired) and the UC32 REV B (and what is the difference - I'm at work don't have my board in front of me)? Thanks, BillyBoy
  2. Hello, I'd like to know if it's possible to program chipKIT uC32 in pure C using MPLAB X IDE? Is there a licensed debugger I must to choose when creating MPLAB project? Thanks.
  3. Hello, I was hoping to use your uC32 board to control 4 stepper motor drivers and to provide debug information over serial back to a PC. Unfortunately though the UART routine implemented in HardwareSerial only has a buffered RX implementation and not a buffered TX implementation. This means that at lower baud rates or with larger debug payloads the time to send the data into the serial line can take a rather long time. I looked around online and I can't find any pre-built libraries that implement an IRQ based UART TX Buffer on the PIC32 that would be compatible with the framework supplied by chipkit. I found one but it's based on entirely different compiler and set of libraries so doesn't appear compatible. The regular core arduino HardwareSerial library was updated at some point to support a TX buffer, would diligent consider updating the HardwareSerial implementation that comes with chipkit for the uC32 to also support a TX buffer? UPDATE: I managed to implement a TX buffer without too much difficulty, not sure how robust it is though, this fixed my issue by eliminating blocking serial writes. This might be a useful feature improvement you would consider for the future.
  4. Hello and thanks for taking the time to read my question. I'm hoping to use the ADC functionality of the chipkituC32 but I have some questions. As I understand it, when I write the command Input = analogRead(A3) I should get an interger number 1023 /3.3 = x . However when I have no input into the A3 port, I get the constant number 788. How do I do the correct conversion? When I was sending in a DC voltage of 2 V I was getting alternating numbers between 600 and 1023 which make no sense. Also, I cannot find in the datasheet, what is the frequency to read in a signal? I found somewhere online that it was only 10kHz. That seems incredibly low. IS the read frequency for digital signals higher? If I have a separate ADC and send a digital signal could I speed this up? Thanks again
  5. Hello, i am having trouble using the chipkit uc32 together with the analog shield here : When i connect the Shield to my Arduino UNO one samples needs about 10 microseconds witch should be right. Instead if i connect it to the chipKit uc32 it takes about a 150 microseconds. I guess the SPI communication is not working properly but i dont know why. Since i dont know wether the board is the retired version or the newest i thought it might not work if its the old one. Did anybody else have a similar problem or is there a way to find out wether my uc32 is the old or new revision. Thx in advance Edit: I solved the problem. Instead of using the Arduino IDE i switched to MPIDE. Now it works with a sample rate of 1sample / 25 microseconds. There might be a problem with the Additional Board Manager URL for the Arduino IDE. I might take a look at it if i have the time.
  6. Good evening! I am trying to use an Adafruit BNO055 breakout board with a ChipKit uC32 board, but there’s some kind of underlying bug causing the initialization code to fail. I’ve tracked it down to how the reset of the BNO055 is happening, but I’ve hit a wall at how to go deeper. Any advice would be welcome. Hardware used: Adafruit Feather Bluefruit LE Digilent ChipKit uC32 Adafruit BNO055 orientation board breakout Breadboard, wires, etc. Photos of hardware setup attached. To start, I tested using the BNO055 and the Adafruit sensorapi example sketch on an Adafruit Bluefruit LE via the I2C connection. This worked just fine. I've used it for other projects in the past, so that's old hat: Then, when I first tested the uC32 with the normal ChipKit-core distribution found via the ChipKit-core url, the I2C implementation was broken. None of the 3 different I2C sensors I had worked. After following the instructions to update ChipKit-core to 1.1.0-13 to fix I2C bug, as suggested below, I as able to connect to devices via I2C: Note: I did set JP6 and JP8 to enable the I2C interface on the uC32. Tested ChipKit uC32 using the I2C interfaces on the Adafruit BME280 and Si1145 breakout boards. Both worked just fine. Data was read and written properly. Unfortunately, when connecting the BNO055 orientation board from here: The board is recognized (by the device ID of 0xA0), but then the ChipKit uC32 hangs after first println in the sensorapi example sketch. It goes into the bno.begin() call and never returns. Since I can’t do any deeper debugging in the main library, I copied out the BNO055 library (called it C_BNO055) and built against my version. Started with no changes other than the name of the library, include guards, and filenames. Worked just fine on Bluefruit LE, but exhibited the same issues on the uC32. My source code for the library modified for testing is attached to this post. I had combined the three breakout boards into a single program. This worked just fine on the Bleufruit LE, and it accessed all three sensors without issue, but the same bno.begin() call would hang everything. So, I stripped out the other sensors and tested with debugging messages in my custom bno.begin() definition found in C_BNO055.cpp. The code executes until the first BNO055 reset is attempted. Writing 0x20 to the BNO055_SYS_TRIGGER_ADDR resets the sensor. This loop then waits for the device to return 0xA0 for the chip ID, which indicates that it's ready to be used again. Serial.println(" [x] Doing a reset and waiting for the address to stabilize."); write8(BNO055_SYS_TRIGGER_ADDR, 0x20); while (read8(BNO055_CHIP_ID_ADDR) != BNO055_ID) { Serial.print(" [x] Waiting for BNO055 to reset. ADDR of: "); Serial.println(read8(BNO055_CHIP_ID_ADDR), HEX); delay(10); } delay(50); Serial.print(" [x] BNO055 address is now: "); Serial.println(read8(BNO055_CHIP_ID_ADDR), HEX); That loop runs about 8 times (see attached screenshot) for the ChipKit uC32, then just stops. Every read it gets an ID of 0x00 (zero). When the same code is run on the Bluefruit LE, it gets an ID of 0xFF until the board resets (see attached screenshot). Then it gets 0xA0 like it should and continues execution, and my larger program is able to read/write to the BNO055 and other sensors on the same I2C bus. I believe there’s some kind of issue in the ChipKit-core implementation for I2C that’s being exposed by the series of calls leading up to the reset of the BNO055 board. I’m not sure how to proceed at debugging or testing the system. Any advice or investigation would be welcome. I have: Changed the I2C address of the BNO055 by connecting the ADR pin to Vcc and changing the address in the .h file. Worked for Bluefruit, not for uC32. Commented out that address check and added in a delay(300) call. While the code progressed, it crashed when trying to access other I2C devices in loop(). Tried a similar test on a ChipKit MX3ck board with the same results. I’ve tried re-wiring the board/jumpers and testing my solder joints. I'm trying to get this board working on the uC32 as part of the sensor package we're building for the WSU Aerospace Club's rocket. If you'd like me to bring my hardware for testing to Digilent, just let me know via email and I'd gladly cross town to get some help. Thank you for your time. -- Aaron Crandall
  7. Dear Digilent Support Staff,I'm a graduate student at the University of Arizona, and for my Master's Project, I'm designing an irrigation process control system. I'm using a Digilent UC32 microcontroller to read whether or not a switch from a relay contact from a flow meter is either open or closed. I will be using a 5 V power supply, and have read that the digital input pins on the Digilent UC32 can handle 5V at logic levels. I have a few questions: What is the maximum current that is safe for the UC32's digital pins to handle? Do the digital pins have a built-in resistor that will limit the current draw, or do I need to use a voltage divider for this? What is the minimum current that the UC32's digital pins can take accurate HIGH/LOW input readings at, from a 5V power source? Best Regards, Nick
  8. I have been trying to get the pmodIA working with the chipKIT uC32 using MPIDE 0150. After hooking the I2C pins on the pmodIA to the uC32's dedicated I2C pins on J11, Vcc to 5V or 3.3V, etc. , successfully uploading the example sketch to the board and running the IA_Test() function, the session fails to proceed upon trying to interact the pmodIA. I downloaded and installed the associated libraries and such about a week ago. Here is what I've been getting on the serial monitor: PmodIA Demo Press 'r' when ready!! IN test 128 Then nothing else happens, presumably due to the code trying to execute the setRegisterPointer(uint8_t RegAddress) function which I think is the first part involving communication with the pmodIA. Has anyone else been having this issue or has anyone been able to get the two devices communicating? Any ideas on what might be causing it? Thanks in advance.
  9. I recently purchased the chipkit UC32 from digilent to do a labview project but when I connect it to my Windows 10 laptop, it says “USB device not recognized”. In the device manager of my computer I see the error in the port under Universal Serial Bus Controllers and it has the yellow triangle error symbol next to “Unknown USB Device (Device Descriptor Request Failed)” I have tried many things to try and get it working but have failed. Please help
  10. Monics

    Ethernet shield

    I am looking at using the Digilent modules together with Labview LINX (Makerhub), and I need a setup with ethernet connection to Labview/LINX. Digilent have retired the 410-211, Network Shield... but will I be able to use the Pmod NIC100 (together with max32 or uC32) and get support for ethernet interface through LINX....?Br,Martin Christiansen.
  11. Hello there! I am a newbie using ChipKit uC32, and wonder what is the meaning of underscored pins on J5 and J6. Pins 3, 5,6,9,10 May I use all J5 and J6 pins as I/O? Thanks in advance for any help.
  12. Has anyone gotten a 40 pin tft to work with a uC32? I have tried two different 40 pin tfts both with and without a shield and failed. I have been attempting to use the UTFT library. Both tfts work ok with shields on an AATAmega256 and a DUE. I am also compiling with MPIDE 0023-windows-20140821. I have heard there are some displays that do work Nokia 5110 and one other. But I feel their resolution is too small a foot print for my project. I'm looking for a minimum of 240x320. If you have a solution please provide links to hardware and software libraries required. Thanks
  13. This may be the worst of the noob questions. I just purchased an uc32 as an upgrade to my use of arduino to get something more powerful and upon using the 1.6.8 arduino ide, the first sketch that I try to push to the board gives a "cannot erase chip" error. Thoughts? David --cut-- Sketch uses 19,096 bytes (3%) of program storage space. Maximum is 520,192 bytes. Global variables use 6,316 bytes of dynamic memory. Programmer for Microchip PIC32 microcontrollers, Version 2.0.186 Copyright: (C) 2011-2015 Serge Vakulenko Adapter: STK500v2 Bootloader Program area: 1d000000-1d1fffff Processor: Bootloader Flash memory: 2048 kbytes Boot memory: 80 kbytes Data: 19096 bytes Erase: Cannot erase chip.
  14. Hello, I have a compile error with the SoftwareSerial library included in ChipKit-core 1.1.0.-18 (the latest released build for manual install at this time). I need the SoftwareSerial.h library for several external devices, but it will not compile the headers on ChipKit boards. I am able to build against the Arduino and Adafruit boards, but all of the Cerebot and ChipKit boards exhibit the same error. Any help would be appreciated. Environment: Arduino IDE 1.6.8 ChipKit-core 1.1.0-18 (latest release build manually installed, also exposed error in 1.1.0.-13)) uC32 (but tested on other Arduino, Adafruit, and ChipKit platforms) The code to reproduce for me is very simple: #include <SoftwareSerial.h> void setup() { // put your setup code here, to run once: } void loop() { // put your main code here, to run repeatedly: } Just including the SoftwareSerial.h library and selecting any ChipKit device gives these errors: Arduino: 1.6.8 (Windows 8.1), Board: "chipKIT uC32" C:\Program Files (x86)\Arduino\arduino-builder -dump-prefs -logger=machine -hardware "C:\Program Files (x86)\Arduino\hardware" -hardware [Lots of successful file builds] IC:\Users\Aaron\Documents\Arduino\hardware\chipkit-core\pic32\cores\pic32" "-IC:\Users\Aaron\Documents\Arduino\hardware\chipkit-core\pic32\variants\uC32" "-IC:\Users\Aaron\Documents\Arduino\hardware\chipkit-core\pic32\libraries\SoftwareSerial" "C:\Users\Aaron\AppData\Local\Temp\buildf71554d8a69c5d822f0c8bd06bd78dc0.tmp\sketch\SoftwareSerialExample.ino.cpp" -o "C:\Users\Aaron\AppData\Local\Temp\buildf71554d8a69c5d822f0c8bd06bd78dc0.tmp\sketch\SoftwareSerialExample.ino.cpp.o" In file included from C:\Users\Aaron\Documents\Arduino\hardware\chipkit-core\pic32\libraries\SoftwareSerial\examples\SoftwareSerialExample\SoftwareSerialExample.ino:20:0: C:\Users\Aaron\Documents\Arduino\hardware\chipkit-core\pic32\libraries\SoftwareSerial/SoftwareSerial.h:68:16: error: '_IOPORT_PC' was not declared in this scope { _BV(14), _IOPORT_PC}, // CN0 - RC14 ^ C:\Users\Aaron\Documents\Arduino\hardware\chipkit-core\pic32\libraries\SoftwareSerial/SoftwareSerial.h:69:16: error: '_IOPORT_PC' was not declared in this scope { _BV(13), _IOPORT_PC}, // CN1 - RC13 ^ C:\Users\Aaron\Documents\Arduino\hardware\chipkit-core\pic32\libraries\SoftwareSerial/SoftwareSerial.h:70:16: error: '_IOPORT_PB' was not declared in this scope { _BV( 0), _IOPORT_PB}, // CN2 - RB0 ^ C:\Users\Aaron\Documents\Arduino\hardware\chipkit-core\pic32\libraries\SoftwareSerial/SoftwareSerial.h:71:16: error: '_IOPORT_PB' was not declared in this scope { _BV( 1), _IOPORT_PB}, // CN3 - RB1 ^ C:\Users\Aaron\Documents\Arduino\hardware\chipkit-core\pic32\libraries\SoftwareSerial/SoftwareSerial.h:72:16: error: '_IOPORT_PB' was not declared in this scope { _BV( 2), _IOPORT_PB}, // CN4 - RB2 ^ C:\Users\Aaron\Documents\Arduino\hardware\chipkit-core\pic32\libraries\SoftwareSerial/SoftwareSerial.h:73:16: error: '_IOPORT_PB' was not declared in this scope { _BV( 3), _IOPORT_PB}, // CN5 - RB3 ^ C:\Users\Aaron\Documents\Arduino\hardware\chipkit-core\pic32\libraries\SoftwareSerial/SoftwareSerial.h:74:16: error: '_IOPORT_PB' was not declared in this scope { _BV( 4), _IOPORT_PB}, // CN6 - RB4 ^ C:\Users\Aaron\Documents\Arduino\hardware\chipkit-core\pic32\libraries\SoftwareSerial/SoftwareSerial.h:75:16: error: '_IOPORT_PB' was not declared in this scope { _BV( 5), _IOPORT_PB}, // CN7 - RB5 ^ C:\Users\Aaron\Documents\Arduino\hardware\chipkit-core\pic32\libraries\SoftwareSerial/SoftwareSerial.h:76:16: error: '_IOPORT_PG' was not declared in this scope { _BV( 6), _IOPORT_PG}, // CN8 - RG6 ^ C:\Users\Aaron\Documents\Arduino\hardware\chipkit-core\pic32\libraries\SoftwareSerial/SoftwareSerial.h:77:16: error: '_IOPORT_PG' was not declared in this scope { _BV( 7), _IOPORT_PG}, // CN9 - RG7 ^ C:\Users\Aaron\Documents\Arduino\hardware\chipkit-core\pic32\libraries\SoftwareSerial/SoftwareSerial.h:78:16: error: '_IOPORT_PG' was not declared in this scope { _BV( 8), _IOPORT_PG}, // CN10 - RG8 ^ C:\Users\Aaron\Documents\Arduino\hardware\chipkit-core\pic32\libraries\SoftwareSerial/SoftwareSerial.h:79:16: error: '_IOPORT_PG' was not declared in this scope { _BV( 9), _IOPORT_PG}, // CN11 - RG9 ^ C:\Users\Aaron\Documents\Arduino\hardware\chipkit-core\pic32\libraries\SoftwareSerial/SoftwareSerial.h:80:16: error: '_IOPORT_PB' was not declared in this scope { _BV(15), _IOPORT_PB}, // CN12 - RB15 ^ C:\Users\Aaron\Documents\Arduino\hardware\chipkit-core\pic32\libraries\SoftwareSerial/SoftwareSerial.h:81:16: error: '_IOPORT_PD' was not declared in this scope { _BV( 4), _IOPORT_PD}, // CN13 - RD4 ^ C:\Users\Aaron\Documents\Arduino\hardware\chipkit-core\pic32\libraries\SoftwareSerial/SoftwareSerial.h:82:16: error: '_IOPORT_PD' was not declared in this scope { _BV( 5), _IOPORT_PD}, // CN14 - RD5 ^ C:\Users\Aaron\Documents\Arduino\hardware\chipkit-core\pic32\libraries\SoftwareSerial/SoftwareSerial.h:83:16: error: '_IOPORT_PD' was not declared in this scope { _BV( 6), _IOPORT_PD}, // CN15 - RD6 ^ C:\Users\Aaron\Documents\Arduino\hardware\chipkit-core\pic32\libraries\SoftwareSerial/SoftwareSerial.h:84:16: error: '_IOPORT_PD' was not declared in this scope { _BV( 7), _IOPORT_PD}, // CN16 - RD7 ^ C:\Users\Aaron\Documents\Arduino\hardware\chipkit-core\pic32\libraries\SoftwareSerial/SoftwareSerial.h:85:16: error: '_IOPORT_PF' was not declared in this scope { _BV( 4), _IOPORT_PF}, // CN17 - RF4 ^ C:\Users\Aaron\Documents\Arduino\hardware\chipkit-core\pic32\libraries\SoftwareSerial/SoftwareSerial.h:86:16: error: '_IOPORT_PF' was not declared in this scope { _BV( 5), _IOPORT_PF}, // CN18 - RF5 ^ C:\Users\Aaron\Documents\Arduino\hardware\chipkit-core\pic32\libraries\SoftwareSerial/SoftwareSerial.h:87:16: error: '_IOPORT_PD' was not declared in this scope { _BV(13), _IOPORT_PD}, // CN19 - RD13 ^ C:\Users\Aaron\Documents\Arduino\hardware\chipkit-core\pic32\libraries\SoftwareSerial/SoftwareSerial.h:88:16: error: '_IOPORT_PD' was not declared in this scope { _BV(14), _IOPORT_PD}, // CN20 - RD14 ^ C:\Users\Aaron\Documents\Arduino\hardware\chipkit-core\pic32\libraries\SoftwareSerial/SoftwareSerial.h:89:16: error: '_IOPORT_PD' was not declared in this scope { _BV(15), _IOPORT_PD}, // CN21 - RD15 ^ Using library SoftwareSerial in folder: C:\Users\Aaron\Documents\Arduino\hardware\chipkit-core\pic32\libraries\SoftwareSerial (legacy) exit status 255 Error compiling for board chipKIT uC32. So, what's broken? I've : Tested on two different PCs (windows 7 & windows 8.1) Tried two manually installed release versions of ChipKit-core Compiled on other platforms with complete success (using their libraries) What should be done next?
  15. I'm very confused as to why I can't get 3 GPIO's to work as desired. I'm trying to program 3 external shift registers. The control lines are Clk, Latch, Output Enable and Data In. I've implemented a ~240Hz timer to cycle between 4 16-bit values to be sent to the shift registers. Everything works except the 3 data inputs. The actual failure is the bit shifting and mask of each of the 16-bits of the 3 data in variables. I'm including my code and an analyzer trace (uc32 pins directly to a Saleae logic analyzer). I'd appreciate anyone that could shed some light. Thanks! Test.pde /* To turn on any given channel, set the pin LOW. To turn off, set the pin HIGH. The higher the analogWrite level, the lower the brightness. This example code is in the public domain. */ #define __32MX340F512H__ 1 #include <p32xxxx.h> #include <plib.h> #define CLK 0x0400 // D10 #define Ou1 0x0080 // D07 #define Ou2 0x0040 // D06 #define Ou3 0x0020 // D05 #define OE 0x0010 // D04 #define LE 0x0008 // D03 #define E0 0x0040 // G06 #define E1 0x0080 // G07 #define E2 0x0100 // G08 #define E3 0x0040 // F06 #define INDCTR 0x0800 // D11 #define CTR1 0x0020 // F5 #define CTR0 0x0010 // F4 #define PIN_CLK 8 #define PIN_Ou1 37 #define PIN_Ou2 36 #define PIN_Ou3 34 #define PIN_OE 10 #define PIN_LE 9 #define PIN_E0 13 #define PIN_E1 12 #define PIN_E2 11 #define PIN_E3 38 #define PIN_CTR1 40 #define PIN_CTR0 39 #define PIN_INDCTR 35 #define CPU_HZ 80000000 #define TICKS_PER_SECOND (CPU_HZ / 2) #define Tx_ON 0x8000 #define Tx_PS_1_8 (3 << 4) #define Tx_SOURCE_INT 0 volatile uint32_t counter = 0; volatile uint32_t intHit = 0; volatile uint32_t eCount = 0; volatile uint32_t OutA1[4] = { 0xaaaa, 0x5555, 0x9999, 0x6666 }; volatile uint32_t OutA2[4] = { 0x5555, 0x9999, 0x6666, 0xaaaa }; volatile uint32_t OutA3[4] = { 0x9999, 0x6666, 0xaaaa, 0x5555 }; /* Define the Interrupt Service Routine (ISR) */ void __attribute__((interrupt)) myISR() { ++counter; if ( counter == 4 ) counter = 0; intHit = 1; if ( counter & 0x01 ) LATFSET = CTR0; else LATFCLR = CTR0; if ( counter & 0x02 ) LATFSET = CTR1; else LATFCLR = CTR1; LATDSET = INDCTR; _nop(); LATDCLR = INDCTR; clearIntFlag(_TIMER_3_IRQ); } /* start_timer_3 */ void start_timer_3( uint32_t frequency ) { uint32_t period; period = TICKS_PER_SECOND / frequency; T3CONCLR = Tx_ON; /* Turn the timer off */ T3CON = Tx_PS_1_8; /* Set the prescaler */ TMR3 = 0; /* Clear the counter */ PR3 = period; /* Set the period */ T3CONSET = Tx_ON; /* Turn the timer on */ } void setup() { // Initialize serial communications: Serial.begin(115200); Serial.println("hello"); // Set all used outputs to open-drain ODCDSET = CLK | Ou1 | Ou2 | Ou3 | OE | LE | INDCTR; ODCFSET = E3 | CTR1 | CTR0; ODCGSET = E0 | E1 | E2; // Set all used outputs to a low LATDCLR = CLK | Ou1 | Ou2 | Ou3 | OE | LE | INDCTR; LATFCLR = E3 | CTR1 | CTR0; LATGCLR = E0 | E1 | E2; // Set all Analogue pins to digitial AD1PCFG = 0xffff; // Set LED Control outputs to normal TTL, not open-drain ODCDCLR = CLK | Ou1 | Ou2 | Ou3 | OE | LE | INDCTR; ODCFCLR = E3 | CTR1 | CTR0; ODCGCLR = E0 | E1 | E2; // set LED control pins as outputs TRISDCLR = CLK | Ou1 | Ou2 | Ou3 | OE | LE | INDCTR; TRISFCLR = E3 | CTR1 | CTR0; TRISGCLR = E0 | E1 | E2; // Disable the interrupt-on-change for IO pins CNCONCLR = 0xe000; // Set OE to high LATDSET = OE; counter = 8; intHit = 0; start_timer_3( 60 * 4 ); /* 240 Hz */ setIntVector( _TIMER_3_VECTOR, myISR ); setIntPriority( _TIMER_3_VECTOR, 4, 0 ); clearIntFlag( _TIMER_3_IRQ ); setIntEnable( _TIMER_3_IRQ ); } void loop() { int i, j; int to1, to2, to3; if ( intHit ) { eCount = counter & 0x03; /* Make sure CLK and LE are low */ digitalWrite( PIN_CLK, LOW ); digitalWrite( PIN_LE, LOW ); /* Make sure OE is hi */ digitalWrite( PIN_OE, HIGH ); /* Prepare the Out Data lines by setting them LOW */ digitalWrite( PIN_Ou1, LOW ); digitalWrite( PIN_Ou2, LOW ); digitalWrite( PIN_Ou3, LOW ); to1 = OutA1[eCount]; to2 = OutA2[eCount]; to3 = OutA3[eCount]; for ( i = 0; i < 16; i++ ) { /* Test Red */ if ( to1 & 0x01 ) { digitalWrite( PIN_Ou1, HIGH ); } /* Test Green */ if ( to2 & 0x01 ) { digitalWrite( PIN_Ou2, HIGH ); } /* Test Blue */ if ( to3 & 0x01 ) { digitalWrite( PIN_Ou3, HIGH ); } /* Toggle CLK */ digitalWrite( PIN_CLK, HIGH ); digitalWrite( PIN_CLK, LOW ); to1 = to1 >> 1; to2 = to2 >> 1; to3 = to3 >> 1; } /* Toggle LE, then set OE low */ digitalWrite( PIN_LE, HIGH ); digitalWrite( PIN_LE, LOW ); digitalWrite( PIN_OE, LOW ); digitalWrite( PIN_E0, LOW ); digitalWrite( PIN_E1, LOW ); digitalWrite( PIN_E2, LOW ); digitalWrite( PIN_E3, LOW ); switch ( eCount ) { case 0: digitalWrite( PIN_E0, HIGH ); break; case 1: digitalWrite( PIN_E1, HIGH ); break; case 2: digitalWrite( PIN_E2, HIGH ); break; case 3: digitalWrite( PIN_E3, HIGH ); break; default: break; } intHit = 0; } }
  16. Hi, I was wondering, Since Arduino IDE 1.6.5 with chipkit-core-windows.16778039.v1.0.0-27-gdfa0309 cannot erase the memory of the ChipKit uC32 but the MPIDE can. Is there a way to extract the bootloader version from the ChipKIT? I mean any ChipKIT since I have three flavors in front of me? I do not have a programmer thought. Luc
  17. Hi guys, I'll looking to use 3 of the 5 compare pwm outputs available on the uC32. I would like to use them to generate 3 square waves all around 830Hz. They'll all be fixed frequency from the start of the program. I've seen the sample code in the datasheet, but I think there must be easier higher level functions I can call. I would like to send the output on the OCx pins. Can anyone point me in the direction of some resources for this? I can't seem to get anything out of the OC pins. Thanks, djcheezy
  18. I have a uC32 I purchased a month ago from Adafruit. Over the last week I have been unable to get it to work with several tfts that work on Arduinos, with or without a shield. I have exchange several emails with Hemning K. And he can not figure it out. I have also run continuity tests on all pins. Yesterday I receive a wifi shield from you and it fails to scan wifi networks. The http server example reads the ad card but stops on the scan. I did modify the config file for my said and password and changed the security type for pass phrase. Any suggestions you can make on how I debug further?
  19. I have had these microcontrollers from Digilent for some time but have never needed the Vref+ pin until now. From my understanding, it should be on the ADC or somewhere near it on the PIC32 pins. I have tried looking through the datasheets and have only found that pin42 on the UC32/IO-shield is the correct pin for the Vref+. I also tried calling and had recieved no help there. Can anyone help me locate the Vref+ pin as I am using this as the reference input to the micro-controller. The board is a PIC32MX340f512h
  20. JColvin

    uC32 Analog Ref

    From the album: Forum photos

    Location of Analog Vref+ voltage pin, pin 42
  21. Hi, How do you get the UART mode on the PmodMAXSONAR to work correctly? While using the provided demo code, I am able to get the PWM and Analog modes to report correct distances, but I seem to be having trouble to get the UART version to work. What pin(s) should I be using? Thanks, James