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  1. Thread: Batteries

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    What I cannot remember is whether you can charge...

    What I cannot remember is whether you can charge Alkaline batteries that are a series of cells, such as the PP3.

    I recall the charging process involves a pulsing the cell with short duration...
  2. Thread: Batteries

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    Which is a good example of do not always believe...

    Which is a good example of do not always believe what you read on the Internet.

    I have had an Alkaline battery charger for a good many years, if you re-charge before they go completly flat then...
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    I think by 'reliable' you mean it generates and...

    I think by 'reliable' you mean it generates and even spread of numbers.

    If you were choosing a random number between 1 and 10, and the random number selected was '1' a thousand times in a row, is...
  4. Thread: Picaxe 32 bitter

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    I would agree, and we should also assume that Rev...

    I would agree, and we should also assume that Rev Ed also understand their market a lot better than any of us do ...................................
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    Can you google 'BWTHDIK' for me please ?

    Can you google 'BWTHDIK' for me please ?
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    It might provide a UART serial interface by...

    It might provide a UART serial interface by default, but likely at maximum module power of 100mW, which makes it illegal for UK ISM band Licence exempt use, max allowed power is 10mW. You also need...
  7. Well maybe, although the author of the video has...

    Well maybe, although the author of the video has a poor grasp of basic sums. The examples given that a basic compiler was "3 times, well almost" than an Arduino (C\C++) program. It was actually 2.43...
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    I would not recommned soldering a chip direct to...

    I would not recommned soldering a chip direct to a board, if the board is faulty then unless your are a skilled de-solderer, you have lost a PICAXE.

    If in doubt use a turned pin type IC socket,...
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    Extended support (and the appropriate security...

    Extended support (and the appropriate security updates) is genearally only available if you pay Microsoft.

    Each month I download a number of Server 2003 updates and apply them to a significant...
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    Microsoft did put seperate patches out for this...

    Microsoft did put seperate patches out for this particular issue on one web page so it was easier for people to find them, but the issue had been addressed in March for OSs apart from XP.
    ...
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    Microsoft will have a very good idea that a lot...

    Microsoft will have a very good idea that a lot of people will not have updated their operating systems, but there is little they can do to force users to do so.

    The only Windows system that...
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    Then why are you asking for advice in here ?

    Then why are you asking for advice in here ?
  13. Modifing the code might or might not provide more...

    Modifing the code might or might not provide more information as to the problem.

    However you will still need to prevent the PICAXE from being allowed to run at marginal, out of specification,...
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    OK then, back to your original comment; "But...

    OK then, back to your original comment;

    "But add the vat and shipping (£3 seems a lot for 4 IC's)"

    What would be the cost of the packing materials and postage ?

    How long in time would it...
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    Totally bizzare logic. You now appear to be...

    Totally bizzare logic.

    You now appear to be suggesting that for 'small orders' the postage costs should be reduced or even subsidised.

    But you have also said that the postage for larger...
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    You cannot pack an ship a 'huge amount of stuff'...

    You cannot pack an ship a 'huge amount of stuff' in the UK for £1.75, the postage alone will be more.

    So companies like Bitbox recover the true price of packing and shipping by charging more for...
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    Please explain why you expect the prices to drop...

    Please explain why you expect the prices to drop ?



    Do they have geniune Atmel processors or are they chinese rip-offs ?

    Does the vendor that supplied these devices provide any support for...
  18. As far as I am aware only two PIXAXEs have gone...

    As far as I am aware only two PIXAXEs have gone into space. One has gone silent, the other burnt up.
  19. How far have you got with your program ?

    How far have you got with your program ?
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    Well given the intended market for PICAXE...

    Well given the intended market for PICAXE devices, I would suggest that for someone like Rev Ed to adopt the HC-12, the lack of CRC problem needs to be solved internally in the HC-12 or with extra...
  21. You could try the PICAXE manuals or a Google...

    You could try the PICAXE manuals or a Google search on 'background receive in Picaxe' will find some stuff.
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    Especially if the packets are accepted with...

    Especially if the packets are accepted with errors.

    Can someone confirm if the HC-12 implements CRC checking on packets or not ?
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    Write endurance is specified as 100,000 writes in...

    Write endurance is specified as 100,000 writes in the data sheet.

    Not sure there is any ambiguity here, its always been 100,000 as far as I am aware.

    Some people may have tested chips and got...
  24. The MCLR\VPP pin, if it had a diode (to VCC) you...

    The MCLR\VPP pin, if it had a diode (to VCC) you would not be able to raise it to the programing voltage, which can be 12V.
  25. Yes, the protection diodes on the pins means the...

    Yes, the protection diodes on the pins means the pin acts as a ground connection when PICAXE power is removed.

    There is one pin without the diodes, but thats an input.
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