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Started by jamie C. Last reply by jamie C on Tuesday.

Analog output pins?

Started by Frederik Vanggaard Mar 31.

Next revision CUI32Stem 1 Reply

Started by Chris Elms. Last reply by Dan Overholt Jan 10.

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jamie C replied to jamie C's discussion Original Create USB Interface
"As I mentioned I have the orginal Create interface. I have not used it for ages. It has a Blue tooth card on it. its a BlueSMiRF from Sparkfun, but an early one i thik. I can't pair this to my computer, in that I cant work out what the pair…"
Tuesday
jamie C replied to jamie C's discussion Original Create USB Interface
"Thanks Dan."
Tuesday
Dan Overholt replied to jamie C's discussion Original Create USB Interface
"Hi, While some links might be broken by now (many years later), there is a mirror here: http://homes.create.aau.dk/dano/CUI/ Best regards, -Dan"
Aug 15
jamie C posted a discussion

Original Create USB Interface

Hi I have the original CUI. Where can I find the details about using that. The link I had before has gone.ThanksSee More
Aug 13
Dan Overholt posted a blog post

StickOS now completely Open Source

Rich Testardi has made the source code to StickOS public here:https://github.com/cpustick/history.gitSee More
Aug 8
Frederik Vanggaard posted a discussion

Analog output pins?

I've been trying to supply an h-bridge (l298n) with an analog input. I want to be able to control the speed. I've done this using an arduino and analogWrite(pin, value); I haven't been able to find a way to do this on the CUI32 using stickos. At the moment I'm just supplying it with a digital input in form of:dim ENA as pin rd7 for digital outputlet ENA = 1Anyone know if this is possible?See More
Mar 31
Dan Overholt replied to Chris Elms's discussion Next revision CUI32Stem
"Hi Chris, Thanks for mentioning this - currently there are no board revs in progress (that I know of), but the Eagle files are all there if you'd like to spin some boards yourself with such a change... Cheers, -Dan"
Jan 10
Chris Elms posted a discussion

Next revision CUI32Stem

Hi, have a couple of CUI32Stem's, just wondering if on the next revision of the board you could place the program switch on another pin, port E is very handy for 8 bit busses, and having porte 7 permanently tied high means having to remove the resistor and losing the program switch, which is also very handy. Just a thought.See More
Dec 17, 2013
steve replied to steve's discussion CUI32 & StickOS flash drive logger won't work
"Doh! - Fixed up the program so it works like it was supposed to, but still no luck with getting data to the flash drive. Still hoping someone can help!! Regards   1000 dim led as pin an15 for digital output1010 dim x1011 x = 101012 configure…"
Dec 4, 2013
steve posted a discussion

CUI32 & StickOS flash drive logger won't work

I'm trying to use the CUI32 as a simple logger to flash without success. In the simple 'test' program (below), every 1 second, the led connected to AN15 should flash and the random number printed to the flash drive. and repeated for 100 cycles.The flash drive works on a PC OK. It has an in built LED that flashes when data is being transferred. The sequence I've been trying is: a) connect CUI32 to PC as USB device via Hyperterm b) write/save the program (below) c) set usbhost mode to ON d) set…See More
Dec 1, 2013
steve replied to steve's discussion How to upload an externally stored program into the CUI32?
"Great - thanks Dan"
Dec 1, 2013
Dan Overholt replied to steve's discussion How to upload an externally stored program into the CUI32?
"Hi Steve, Just copy / paste the text into HyperTerm once you're connected to the board.  You can store multiple programs all in the file system on the board, but I've found it's too limited (you quickly run out of space).…"
Nov 9, 2013
steve replied to steve's discussion How to upload an externally stored program into the CUI32?
"Oops! Forgot to mention I'm using StickOS v1.92c"
Oct 29, 2013
steve posted a discussion

How to upload an externally stored program into the CUI32?

Can someone advise me how to upload a program written and stored (as a text file) on the PC harddrive into the CUI32? I use HyperTerm via the USB connection and cannot work out how to get it from the harddrive to the CUI32. It seems that 'saving' a program just puts it into flash memory, but if the device needs to be 're-programmed', then the saved program(s) are lost, resulting in having to type it/them all again or .......??? . Thanks.See More
Oct 29, 2013
Dan Overholt replied to Denis's discussion CUI32Stem abd MPLAB
"CUI32Stem could be setup to use MPLABX by writing a proper linker script that allows the use of its bootloader.... or you could borrow someone else's PICKit3 and use it once to put Microchip's HID bootloader (available in their MAL,…"
Aug 3, 2013
Denis posted a discussion

CUI32Stem abd MPLAB

Does it possible to use (programming and debugging) CUI32Stem with MPLAB X? Did I need PICkit3?I have trying to find new (for me) microcontroller instead of AVR. I need microcontroller with C compiler, 5V tolerant I/O and not less 128K SRAM. And I have trying to get cheap board.I just bought CUI32Stem for $30 and I can't use it without PICkit3 (more $35).May be ($15) include ST-Link/v2 onboard is better for me?See More
Jul 22, 2013

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StickOS now completely Open Source

Rich Testardi has made the source code to StickOS public here:

https://github.com/cpustick/history.git

Posted by Dan Overholt on August 8, 2014 at 10:09am

Running Arduino code on the CUI32Stem

Just a few bits of useful information if you're interested in running Arduino code on the CUI32Stem:

- use MPIDE to compile and send the code : http://www.chipkit.org/wiki/index.php?title=MPIDE_Installation

- hold down the "PROG" pushbutton on the CUI32Stem while pushing "RESET", this will put it into bootloader mode (you'll see a special pattern of flashes…

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Posted by Dan Overholt on February 26, 2013 at 1:00pm

Accelerometer example for Grove 3-axis digital (±1.5g)

If you have one of these Grove I2C accelerometers from SeeedStudio, this example code will work with it.  

http://www.seeedstudio.com/wiki/Grove_-_I2C_3-axis_Accelerometer

//original code form …

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Posted by Dan Overholt on January 15, 2013 at 9:05am

Wireless capacitive touch sensing

Let's say you have 3 CUI32Stem boards, each with a ZigFlea board attached.  One of them is the 'base' and is attached to your USB port, while the other two have Grove I2C touch sensors attached:…

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Posted by Dan Overholt on January 15, 2013 at 9:00am

Knock Clock in StickOS BASIC

Knock Clock from Giorgio Uboldi on Vimeo.

 

This is a fun little project done by some fine folks at CIID. Here's a bit of code to accomplish the same in StickOS:

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Posted by Dan Overholt on January 15, 2013 at 8:56am

Musical scales on a piezo buzzer / pseudo-theremin

If you would like to play simple major scales using a piezo buzzer or headphones / amplified speaker, the BASIC code by Rich Testardi below will do this.  

You can alter the rhythm by changing the amounts in the sleep periods, or change the scale by moving the whole and half-steps…

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Posted by Dan Overholt on January 15, 2013 at 8:30am

Motor control with the CUI32Stem and I2C Driver from SeeedStudio

If you have one of these Grove I2C Motor Driver boards from SeeedStudio, then the following code may be useful...  Note also, that you'll need to add pull-up resistors to the I2C clock and data lines (say 10k ohms to 3.3v), since they're not included on the Grove H-bridge Motor Driver board.

http://www.seeedstudio.com/wiki/Grove_-_I2C_Motor_Driver_V1.1

//code shared by Frank…

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Posted by Dan Overholt on January 15, 2013 at 12:00am

ZigFlea for CUI32Stem available

$9.90 (including shipping worldwide):

http://www.seeedstudio.com/depot/zigflea-p-1146.html?cPath=132_208

This board plugs onto the top of the CUI32Stem ('shield'…

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Posted by Dan Overholt on June 17, 2012 at 9:18pm

CUI32Stem Grove Dash Kit available

$106.50 usd (including shipping anywhere in the world):

http://www.seeedstudio.com/depot/cui32stem-grove-dash-kit-p-1179.html?cPath=132_208

includes:

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Posted by Dan Overholt on June 17, 2012 at 9:14pm

CUI32Stem - new board available from Seeed Studio

$30 usd, including shipping anywhere in the world:

http://www.seeedstudio.com/depot/cui32stem-p-1100.html?cPath=132_208

Wiki (documentation on Seeed's site):…

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Posted by Dan Overholt on June 17, 2012 at 9:11pm

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