gene.heskett at verizon.net
Thu Oct 27 14:48:14 EDT 2005
On Thursday 27 October 2005 13:43, RJRTTY at aol.com wrote:
> I nearly have the converter ready for production.
>Today I successfully programmed the Attiny12 micro
>controller to setup the converter to display on reset.
>There is one question. You also have to press
>the reset button on the converter after first
>applying power to get the display to come up. I could alter
>the pc board to allow display on start up without pressing the
>reset button but then the coco3 could not initialize the converter
>on start up in the blind if that was necessary. I could go to
>the trouble of adding a switch to chose between the two options but is
>it necessary to do so?
>Does anybody have any objections to having to push the reset
>on power up?
I don't, and I'm definitely interested in this Roy. Are you in a
position to quote a price yet?
> The only thing I have left to do is program the micro controller
>with the ability to power down the monitor. After that it will be
>ready. I have been at this for about a week now learning the
>software and hardware of the Attiny12 programming kit and I
>have to "decompress" for awhile. Maybe do some household
>chores like take out the garbage, wash the dishes , pay the bills,
>take a bath....I get like this when the learning curve gets a little
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