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Ethernet Boards (8-bit) / Re: cant access my sbc68ec
« on: March 13, 2008, 08:15:04 PM »
It's a pleasure to help you!!  :-D

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Ethernet Boards (8-bit) / Re: Problem with SBC65EC in analog inputs
« on: March 13, 2008, 08:09:02 PM »
Hi,

I really dont know which the problem is.. :?.  Do you have a diagram or something? I cant imagine the way you are connecting it.   :-D

Are you coupling the grounds? maybe that can help.... Please let me know about that.

bye

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Ethernet Boards (8-bit) / Re: cant access my sbc68ec
« on: March 09, 2008, 11:25:43 AM »
hi,

Try using a crossover cable and connect it directly from your computer, set your internet settings protocols to have an fix IP address,(for example, 10.1.0.2) and a fix Mask(the same that the board has).  It could work, let me know please


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Ethernet Boards (8-bit) / Re: Sending not visible data over the ethernet
« on: February 24, 2008, 10:07:47 AM »
It really did, thank you  :-D

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Projects / Re: event log
« on: February 24, 2008, 06:57:05 AM »
you can expand the available memory of the board for the webpages, just have to modify the quantity of memory you want to have for web pages in the Modtronix Network Bootloader.  Also you have to change the data in the next line of the projdefs.h

#define FSEE_RESERVE_BLOCK              (64)

here has to math the value you want, and the value in the Modtronix network bootloader when you update the web pages, for example, I did use 1024 for my last project.

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Ethernet Boards (8-bit) / Re: Problem with SBC65EC in analog inputs
« on: February 24, 2008, 06:45:16 AM »
Hi,

Here some advices,

Dont let the pins without connection.
If you are not using all the analog inputs, declare the ones you are not using as digital Inputs or outputs

As you probably know, the controllers have some floating voltages in their pins when they are not connected.  So if you connect a single source in the pin A0 the other pins (declared as analog inputs) could rise its floating voltages.  Try declaring the other pins as digital inputs and connect then to the ground or declare it as output without any connection.

Tell me if that did works.

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Ethernet Boards (8-bit) / Sending not visible data over the ethernet
« on: February 24, 2008, 06:30:37 AM »
Hi,

I'm just learning how to use the SBC65, I have made some projects in the college with this board, its simply amazing what this SBC could do, but now I need help with this:  I need a program running in a normal computer connected to the LAN where the board will be, that can ask for a data stored in the memory of the board.  I have programed in VB 6(because I'm a little bit old  :|).  That is, how can I, with the IP address of the board, ask a specific data from the memory, and then, how can the board send this data that the program is asking for?

I know is a newbie question  :?, but I really don't know how to develop this. If somebody has a tutorial, an example, anything, will be really appreciated

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Hello everybody,

modtro, I notice that the code in the httpexec.c file has not implemented the function you did post here, so, I want to know if the functions will be added in the new version of the webserver.  Also I want to know if somebody has some examples because I don't understand the secuence of the functions in the lcd2s that I must to do to write strings.  I'm honest, I don't have any experience with the serial LCD :?, so I don't know the avaiable functions or the features, so, if somebody has some information (link) and some example code, will be appreciate.

Thank you

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Ethernet Boards (8-bit) / Re: Problems with a new SBC68EC
« on: August 01, 2007, 02:33:33 PM »
Did you configure the network options, thats important in this, you need to configure the internet protocols, and use the crossover cable as you do.  then, put the default address into the browser.

And please, check the voltage of your source, something similar happened to me, I spent lots of hours figuring that!!!!

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Ethernet Boards (8-bit) / Re: Using a DOG-M LCD
« on: July 31, 2007, 09:36:00 AM »
Another advice,

If you use the Delay mode with the application maestro, it will generate a .txt file with an example and the delay routines, so you just have to copy-paste the code in your project, in XLCD.C file, otherwise the compiler will show you errors.

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Ethernet Boards (8-bit) / code to use the LCD
« on: June 19, 2007, 03:17:51 PM »
Hi,

I'm using a LCD with hitachi controller, I have work with this kind of LCD in pics but with the PICC compiler, I want to know if somebody can help me with some method to display data and numbers in the LCD but with MCC18, thank you very much

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Hi,

OmarZ, I really appreciate your code here, its very usefull, but I have a problem, when I configure my board to 10 bits resolution, I cant see the values of string in the web page, for example, I want to save a string with the command %u01, like "hello", if I use the 8 bit resolution, I'll find in the page hello, but if I use the 10 bit resolution, with all the code and the changes in the forum, the web page doesn't show anything.  But, the command of the analog inputs %nxx DO SHOW their results in both cases.

I don't know if I'm missing something, if somebody can help me with this, much appreciate it

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Ethernet Boards (8-bit) / Re: Analog Inputs Data Logger
« on: June 04, 2007, 10:00:43 PM »

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Ethernet Boards (8-bit) / Re: Webserver Help
« on: February 25, 2007, 02:11:25 PM »
be sure of the configuration of your network, IP, etc, then, if you are using EEPROM, it's probably(at least it happenned to me ) that you erase some of the appgf bytes needed or some zone of the webpages, the forum has some topics about this. 

If you load the pages to the board, you must be sure that the value in the variable fsee reserve block is the same in the network bootloader, in the field "reserved block in bytes"

if you are not working with EEPROM, seems to be the configuration of your net, it's weird that the board works but not the webpages.

regards

Marco

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Ethernet Boards (8-bit) / Re: Webserver Help
« on: February 24, 2007, 03:43:15 PM »
You can probe with this, connect a crossover cable between the board and the computer, watch if the yellow led is blinking, if does, that means that the board is recieving packages from the computer, then, access to the direction 10.1.0.1, with the internet explorer or mozilla, you must see the page of the board, if you don't see it, configure your computer with the IP 10.1.0.2 , and copy the mask of the board, this is in the internet setting(internet protocol options) in your computer.

Led me know if that works

regards

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