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 Post subject: AtomNano Syntax
PostPosted: Fri Nov 07, 2014 2:48 pm 
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Is this link the proper manual for the Nano chips ?
http://www.basicmicro.com/downloads/doc ... o_7200.pdf
I.E. Do the commands all work ?
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 Post subject: Re: AtomNano Syntax
PostPosted: Fri Nov 07, 2014 9:45 pm 
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NO that version of the manual is a very old version,

See :- http://downloads.basicmicro.co.uk/Basic ... l_v2_1.pdf

That is the current version BUT BasicMicroUK have added a couple of new products since that version was produced,

There is a NEW Nano-18X IC, a TURBO version of the Nano-18 running at 2.5 times faster than the standard Nano-18, only bad point with this IC is you loose 2 IO pins as these are used for the 20 MHZ XTAL,
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We have also produced a Nano-18X SIL Board to allow use of the Nano-18X in your own projects and for easy breadboard prototyping,
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The manual will be updated soon add these new products,

I hope this helps,

Dave
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 Post subject: Re: AtomNano Syntax
PostPosted: Fri Nov 07, 2014 10:45 pm 
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Thank You Dave :D

Since you seem a man in the know :
Does anyone use Linux with these devices ?
I've installed the Studio with Wine, but don't
know if it will work or not. It shows COM1
COM2 but I want to use USB.
(I have AxePad for PicAxes working fine and
MiniCom for MicroMites also)
With Windows a serial to USB bridge shows
up as COM1 ... etc. but with Linux...... :?:
I've Googled but found no answer.
Thank You Again !
Michael Miller


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 Post subject: Re: AtomNano Syntax
PostPosted: Fri Nov 07, 2014 11:22 pm 
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HI Michael

I am sorry to say that i have no experience with Linux so i am unable to help you on that front,

When in studio you should get a list of ports that you can use, if no ports show then its not detecting a driver and i assume with Linux your using some sort of Windows emulator to allow the BM Studio to run, the serial interface works half duplex with CTS or RST used to RESET the Nano IC, its quite a simple protocol and so with the correct bridge between the emulator and the hardware under Linux control I am sure it can be done,

I hope some other members have experience with Linux and can assist you better,

Good look with your experiments on this front and please let the forum know how you get on,

Many thanks
Dave

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 Post subject: Re: AtomNano Syntax
PostPosted: Mon Nov 10, 2014 2:00 am 
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Wine installed

https://www.winehq.org/pipermail/wine-u ... 67609.html

from terminal:

cd ~/.wine/dosdevices
ln -s /dev/ttyUSB0 ./com1

USB now responds to Micro Studio via Com1
Don't have a Nano yet, so not sure how well.
Is there a programming cable available, or
should one use the prescribed circuit with
a standard USB to Serial gizmo ?
( I don't mind buying a ready-made unit if
the price is not ridiculous )
Thank You,
Michael Miller


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 Post subject: Re: AtomNano Syntax
PostPosted: Mon Nov 10, 2014 4:33 am 
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You can oder a Nano USB Program adapter from our Basic Micro UK eBay SHOP at the link below :-

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Nano-Microcontroller-USB-to-Serial-Programming-Adapter-B0083-Arduino-BASIC-STAMP-/321069140417?pt=UK_BOI_Electrical_Components_Supplies_ET&hash=item4ac13649c1

You can also order the Nano Chips from our SHOP,

There are ways you can use a standard TTL USB adapter by using the program circuit and you can see this in the Nano chip data sheets BUT if you have the unknown aspect of the operating system/USB driver I would go for the standard USB Programmer as thats a tried and tested interface to the Nano range,

I hope this helps,

Many thanks

Dave
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