[simpits-chat] Altimeter Update
hangr18 at hotmail.com
Wed Nov 5 18:03:57 PST 2003
1 Wire, you say? Hmmmmm, interesting. I'll have to take a look. But I'm
still stuck with that annoying little bit about the BS1 interpreter assuming
248bytes of memory.
It's not such a big deal, though, as I never intended this for datalogging.
It'd be a nice addition, sure, but all I really want is something for
ejection and staging timing, and I can do that with 248. I've still got to
learn the intricacies of PBASIC (not that tough, by the looks of it), but
this could end up being a ridiculously simple program.
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From: "Gene Buckle" <geneb at deltasoft.com>
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> > As I've said, I can't do any datalogging with this setup. The BS2 that
> > this guy had contained 2048bytes of memory, some of which is used for
> > program storage, and the rest held only 12 seconds of data. The BS1
> > contains only 248bytes of EPROM, again, some of which is used for the
> > program itself. So no room for any useful storage (and no way to upgrade
> > the memory, as the BS1 interpreter assumes 248bytes of memory!)
> Brian, Dalls Semiconductor makes a line of 1 wire EEPROMS that would work
> for your data logging needs.
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