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  1. Closed: Re: A way to delay UART frame for approx. 200-300us.

    yes, here you are right on all counts. Next time just refrain from something writing and let to answer other members which are less tired than you or so. :laugh:
    I would be much obliged.

    Cheers
  2. Closed: Re: A way to delay UART frame for approx. 200-300us.

    You must not assume anything. If I were you I wouldn't jump to conclusions. :thumbsdown:
  3. Closed: Re: A way to delay UART frame for approx. 200-300us.

    it's not clear what did you mean by clock. Is there a specialized IC?
  4. Closed: Re: A way to delay UART frame for approx. 200-300us.

    Klaus, could you just out of curiosity draw a sketch, how it would look like: the clock + MC14517, input, output and so forth.
  5. Closed: Re: A way to delay UART frame for approx. 200-300us.

    Let's start with 9600 and it would be nice if it would be still working at 19200.

    BR
  6. Closed: A way to delay UART frame for approx. 200-300us.

    Hello everyone,
    I'm figuring out a way to delay UART frame for approx. 200-300us.
    Are there ways to do that?
    Could anyone suggest something on this matter?

    156131

    BR
  7. Closed: Re: MAX485 modifications. Need help to find out what does it mean.

    it appears to be T = tape. The package standard. The tape winds around a reel. Further, to positioner at soldering automat. It has nothing to do with electronic features of IC. :bang:
    It uses when...
  8. Closed: MAX485 modifications. Need help to find out what does it mean.

    Hello everyone,

    I've noticed that MAX485CSA appeared on the market with additional characters situated just after CSA. Like MAX485CSA+, MAX485CSA+T

    CSA -it's clear from MAX485 manual. That...
  9. Closed: Re: UART-->RS485 (transmission is finished and it may respond)

    The master really doesn't know any protocols, except mentioned above the most common ASC protocol. That's fully in line what I have in practice, on the bench.




    May I ask, you figured that...
  10. Closed: Re: UART-->RS485 (transmission is finished and it may respond)

    Acynchronous Serial Communication is called (in the same WIKI) as a most common protocol in use.

    Lets see here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RS-485

    BR
  11. Closed: Re: UART-->RS485 (transmission is finished and it may respond)

    OK, then it's usual acynchronous serial protocol.

    Default: 9600 baud rate, 8 data bits, even parity, 1 start, 1 stop bit.
  12. Closed: Re: UART-->RS485 (transmission is finished and it may respond)

    As I wrote above, the Master is set to so-called 'transparent' protocol. The Slave doesn't know any known industrial protocols like Modbus, etc.
    The slave just executes commands which are programmed...
  13. Closed: Re: UART-->RS485 (transmission is finished and it may respond)

    Bingo! You are right. I think I have to purchase an oscilloscope (it is final straw).:-)


    This is a new install. Consider that as an experiment within a project.



    Well,
    Half-Duplex...
  14. Closed: Re: UART-->RS485 (transmission is finished and it may respond)

    I'm afraid, you are wrong. Many industrial devices communicate with each other and they are even not aware, that there are protocols at all, especially industrial.

    Firmware --> UART-->RS485.
    ...
  15. Closed: Re: UART-->RS485 (transmission is finished and it may respond)

    Hello everyone,

    Roughly, it may say that getting of distorted, unreadable Chars, as a variant of course, is a result of some kind of cutting, either it is start bit or stop bit, while transmission...
  16. Closed: Re: UART-->RS485 (transmission is finished and it may respond)

    ОК,
    What does this bit stand for? Could you tell me?
  17. Closed: UART-->RS485 (transmission is finished and it may respond)

    Hello everyone,
    hope right branch I've chosen.

    UART --> RS485 interface:
    Could anyone explain me which way the slave knows that transmission is finished and it may respond to the Master?

    BR
  18. Closed: Re: What role does an element play(shematic question)?

    it's just a control for inputs Transmit (Enable) TTL '1', Receive (Enable) TTL '0'.
  19. Closed: What role does an element play(shematic question)?

    Hello everyone,
    Could anyone shed the light on what role does an element play in this particular case. A picture attached.
    I mean shottky diode (SB150).

    Thank you.
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    Closed: Re: Need help to recognize a capacitor (SMD)

    polarity reverse: it's clear, it kills aluminium ones too.
    Mostly I'm interested in, for example, aluminium comprise electrolyte loosing its features over the years. What about tantalum ones. Do...
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    Closed: Re: Need help to recognize a capacitor (SMD)

    I've seen.
    SMD tantalum capacitors, do they die same way over the years as usual polar electrolytic ones? Your opinion please?
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    Closed: Re: Need help to recognize a capacitor (SMD)

    That's nice you helped to recognize capacitance.
    What about type? Are there any thoughts?
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    Closed: Need help to recognize a capacitor (SMD)

    hello everyone,
    I am new to this forum and honestly saying I didn't find here an appopriate branch for my question.
    So I've chosen this one.

    Well,
    I need to know all characteristics of...
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