Thank you for your reply I know about compatibility. I need a bit more power than the standard avr offers. The customer needs to increase the computing power on the existing device. So I have two options. Either try this or make another processor board. The differences are not that big with peripherals. They have a 12b AD converter and a standard DA converter, but mainly they operate at 32MHz. Bascom can be used when thinking more about functions or what we want to do. The adjustments and limitations are not that big. I was more asking for experience. Thank you for your opinion though.
If I was you, don't wait for them and use a real avr , certainly if you are using them in a commercial product.
Reading this [url=https://www.eevblog.com/forum/projects/anyone-here-interested-in-the-logic-green-avrs-lgt8f328p/]topic on eevblog they are not full compatible with avr and the avr instruction set. And that makes them useless with Bascom.
Hello, everyone. Has anyone tried this improved 328 "replacement"? I am mainly interested in A/D and D/A stability and behaviour at maximum frequency. I have ordered them,but somehow it's been hanging around in Belgium for a month and the deadline is getting dangerously close. Thanks RS
Hi Ian ! :smt058 Again many thanks,Yes it works very fine :evil: unfortunatly I have to change my PC, and I lost a lot of time to rebuild the new one, Fortunatly I have a backup :wink: [quote:ce27339315]these qwicc modules are very nice.[/quote:ce27339315] yes and not yes : because they are easy to plug not : the tmp117 is placed in the centre of the circuit and therefore difficult to put it in contact with a part to control the temperature. With a little searching, one can find a better constructed circuit where the tmp117 is placed on top of the circuit.
JP requested someone to help him with getting a tmp117 temperature sensor working in Bascom (https://www.mcselec.com/index2.php?option=com_forum&Itemid=59&page=viewtopic&t=14772), and I had a bit of free time, so here's the bascom tmp117 Bascom driver.
The code is based on code from SparkFun arduino lib at https://github.com/sparkfunX/Qwiic_TMP117
The code to store defaults in the EEPROM is untested, but it should work. All other functions have be tested.