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    VU meter (2x10 or 2x16 LEDs)

    Hi:
    I'm looking for schema, vumeter (2x10 or 2x16), pic16f88 in mikrobasic.
    thank you.

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    Re: VU meter (2x10 or 2x16 LEDs)

    Hi,

    http://lmgtfy.com/?q=vu+meter+schematic+pic16f88

    Please do this simple search on your own.

    If you already have done this, then tell us why you don´t like the schematics found by the search.

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    Re: VU meter (2x10 or 2x16 LEDs)

    thank you for your reply:

    I find a lot of schema vumeter on google, the plupard in ASM,
    and others in Mikroc,

    Mikroc is very difficult for me,
    in addition I understand nothing in ASM.
    I'm good at mikrobasic.

    thank you



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    Re: VU meter (2x10 or 2x16 LEDs)

    Hi,

    It seems you want to get the schematic from somebody
    and you want the code from somebody
    ... this means others should do the job for you ... without pay ... good luck.


    Btw: this is not how a forum works. A forum is meant that you do the main job.
    Then - in case you encounter a problem - you should post
    * what you have done so far (your schematic, your code)
    * your test parameters
    * what you expect
    * what you see instead
    * what you have done to debug the problem

    Then the forum members will help you to solve the problem. .. still the main job is your job.

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    Re: VU meter (2x10 or 2x16 LEDs)

    Hi dahmano;
    I wrote such VU meter programs but in mikroC, not in mikroBasic. You can find them here, on the forum ...
    However, long ago I wrote VU programs using the Proton Basic (PDS).
    Now I upload (only for you ) two versions.

    I'm using the Proton Basic also now, but only as a very intelligent PIC assembler, avoiding almost all its inbuilt commands like Print or HserOut. I always want to know exactly what's happening in my program.



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    Re: VU meter (2x10 or 2x16 LEDs)

    Zuis,
    I tried your code to compile with PBP3.0, it doesn't work, I get an error.
    Can you write to Pic Basic.

    Eril,,



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    Re: VU meter (2x10 or 2x16 LEDs)

    What Klaus said;

    No one in this forum was born with electronics knowledge. Whatever we know, it is because we followed a four step process:
    1-research and read many circuit descriptions.
    2-build the circuit (and perhaps write the code) on your own. Best approach is a breadboard.
    3-test circuit, and most likely, fail.
    4-analyze and probe around the different circuit nodes.
    Repeat steps 1 thru 4 until success is achieved.

    Alternately, if one does not have the time or money to achieve the previous steps, an alternative which I have used several times, is to purchase a kit available on the web and build it.
    Once that you got it running correctly, study the schematic, probe the circuit with a DMM or scope, and then perform some modifications and re-test.
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    Re: VU meter (2x10 or 2x16 LEDs)

    @eril: you should analyze the code, get some knowledge on a specific programming language, make the changes and recompile using your preferred compiller.

    Yiusti was kind enough to post his designs with source code, you should be thankfull for this.

    Or, you need some extras? Free lunch? Ball scratch?
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