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  1. Id love one of these, they look so cool.. Especially the black. Im in the UK too so no worries about Import Tax (I have something sitting in the post office I had to pay
  2. Hey, bh. Just a thought. Is there any chance you could throw in one of the freebie launchpad pcbs with my order please? Will be fun to take a closer look at.<br />Ta<br />Dan<br />
  3. There is indeed. I'm on my phone at the moment so I can't check where. But its in the project properties, arm linker sections. I think by default its set to 256 bytes. I usually set it to 2048 bytes as a minimum.
  4. Paid $35.13 (Module + PCB)...Fee paid.. Thanks for arranging the Groupbuy B#
  5. 1. Bluehash-----------------2--------------------US 2. Gwdeveloper-----------1---------------------US 3. Reaper7-----------------1---------------------PL 4. DanAndDusty-----------1--------------------UK
  6. Hi Potatochan, looking at your code the problem you have is not to do with the for loop (which you are using as a software delay) but with the fact that your port isn't in a "known state".. In pseudo code you have.... Put the WatchDogTimer on hold.. (Tell the watch dog.. Go on hold. If you don't do this your 430 will reset regularly) Tell the 430 that in Port 1 bits 0 and 6 are used for output. Loop forever Toggle bit 6 of port 1 If the LED on bit 6 is on turn it off, if its off turn it on count to 5000 Counting is purely as a delay Tog
  7. You could try running the test code I wrote a while back. It runs the ADC and DCO at a variety of speeds and ADC settings. It then uses the UART to tell you how many samples it managed and tells you what the highest and lowest readings were. Anyway the link is http://forum.43oh.com/topic/892-adc10-speed-tests-using-hardware-uart/ You can see my test readings. You could see if yours are of a similar stability. Hope this helps. Dan
  8. Grats cube. Have fun and don't forget to share your findings. Dan Sent from my GT-I8160 using Tapatalk 2
  9. As far as I'm aware there is not much you can do about that. Hibernate mode basically removes power to the main core of the CPU and so the debugger loses track of it. I'd love to be proven wrong and have someone chip in with "you just have to do xyz" cause I have had issues with the same thing. Depending on why you want to hibernate though you may find sleep or deep sleep mode sufficient (at least for debugging purposes) Dan
  10. I don't use energia so I may be way off track here but the chip is the lm4f120H5qr (note the H in the part number) the include file you are looking for doesn't have that h. This may give you a clue as to what to look for. As I say though I don't use energy's and have never installed it so that may be what the h file should be called. Dan
  11. I don't use energia so I'm not too familiar with its ins and outs. But what I did notice is in your void setup() routine you loop but inside it you use pinmode(Sen......) not pinmode(Sen.........) So you could easily be reading floating pins as this is where you set pullups. Sent from my GT-I8160 using Tapatalk 2
  12. You can do it with 2 female to female jumper wires. I soldered wires across 2 lots of 2 female headers making a 2x2 block with wires soldered across. This is neat and unobtrusive. The only non solder job I can think of though is 2 crossed f2f jumper wires. Have a great Christmas. Dan Sent from my GT-I8160 using Tapatalk 2
  13. Yup. That's the one I was thinking of. Thanks for doing the link hunting. Sent from my GT-I8160 using Tapatalk 2
  14. Just a quick thought. You *can* run the 2231s at 16mhz. There is a forum thread about calibrating the missing values (on phone ATM so can't search easily). To use them you also need to edit the header file for the 2231 which I seem to remember is also in the forum thread. Sounds like a fun booster. Can't comment much more though as I haven't successfully played with i2c. Good luck. Dan Sent from my GT-I8160 using Tapatalk 2
  15. I have CVS (5.2) debugging nicely on Linux. Not at the pc ATM so going from memory. Start CVS from the command line and you get more debugging messages. Go to program the device then swap back to the shell window. For me there were 2 missing shared libs. A ftdi one (available from their website) and something like libusb-1.so. these both had to be 32 bit on my 64 but system. After putting these in place the next error I had was regarding permissions so I had to create a udev rule. Once I had done all this it all works great. I can program, single step and use breakpoints. The only is
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