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'DALLAS button'
1998\04\27@173507 by Leonardo De Palo

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Hi,

anyone know if any piclister have written code (two wire protocol) for
DALLAS buttons? .

Saluti

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1998\04\28@083049 by Pavel Korensky

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At 23:04 27.4.1998 +0200, you wrote:
>Hi,
>
>anyone know if any piclister have written code (two wire protocol) for
>DALLAS buttons? .

Hello,

I have working routines for TouchMemory Buttons from DALLAS. If you are
interested, I will find them and I can email them to you. Routines are for
16F84, but there should be no problem to adapt them for another PIC and/or
SX chip.

PavelK

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1998\04\28@085039 by Ints Mikelsons

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Hi,
Can you send mee a copy of files too?

Pavel Korensky wrote:

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1998\04\28@095512 by Kevin S. Arrowood

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Hi,
Can you send me a copy of files, also?

Thanks

1998\04\28@103657 by Scott A. Woods

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Ditto here.  How big are the files?

Scott
Extensible Systems, Products & Technology
http://www.genevaonline.com/~sawoods/
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> From: Kevin S. Arrowood <karrowspamKILLspamEARTHLINK.NET>
> To: .....PICLISTKILLspamspam.....MITVMA.MIT.EDU
> Subject: Re: DALLAS button
> Date: Tuesday, April 28, 1998 8:16 AM
>
> Hi,
> Can you send me a copy of files, also?
>
> Thanks

1998\04\28@111146 by Philip Trickett

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------ 1998\04\28@113533 by dms
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Hello

could you please send me a copy

thanks

Stephen H Alsop, email: EraseMEdmsspam_OUTspamTakeThisOuTukonline.co.uk

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: From: Pavel Korensky <pavelkspamspam_OUTDATOR3.ANET.CZ>
: To: @spam@PICLISTKILLspamspamMITVMA.MIT.EDU
: Subject: Re: DALLAS button
: Date: 28 April 1998 13:15
:
: At 23:04 27.4.1998 +0200, you wrote:
: >Hi,
: >
: >anyone know if any piclister have written code (two wire protocol) for
: >DALLAS buttons? .
:
: Hello,
:
: I have working routines for TouchMemory Buttons.....

1998\04\28@173410 by Ross Hartman

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Pavel;

Say I could really use a copy of the files you have for the IButton.

I am curious, are you using the DS-2404S-CO1 as an interface for the DOW
(Dallas One Wire) microLan? I decided to go this way (putting the interface
chip in my circuit with 16F84 ) to provide COM for an array of 16F84s.  In
this manner I use a 3 wire interface to the DS-2404 and this gives me
complete access to the DOW microLan without having to worry about DalSemi's
encription stuff...  Oh yes. I suppose it would fill out the picture a little
if I mentioned that the master is an x86 machine which controls dataflow to
the 16F84 array. But I am interested in anything related to using the PIC and
the DOW

Thank you very much...

L8R/Ross


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Pavel Korensky wrote:

> I have working routines for TouchMemory Buttons from DALLAS. If you are
> interested, I will find them and I can email them to you. Routines are for
> 16F84, but there should be no problem to adapt them for another PIC and/or
> SX chip.
>
> PavelK

1998\04\29@063354 by Pavel Korensky

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At 16:34 28.4.1998 -0500, you wrote:
>Pavel;
>
>Say I could really use a copy of the files you have for the IButton.
>
>I am curious, are you using the DS-2404S-CO1 as an interface for the DOW
>(Dallas One Wire) microLan? I decided to go this way (putting the interface
>chip in my circuit with 16F84 ) to provide COM for an array of 16F84s.  In
>this manner I use a 3 wire interface to the DS-2404 and this gives me
>complete access to the DOW microLan without having to worry about DalSemi's
>encription stuff...  Oh yes. I suppose it would fill out the picture a little
>if I mentioned that the master is an x86 machine which controls dataflow to
>the 16F84 array. But I am interested in anything related to using the PIC and
>the DOW
>

I am not using DS 2404. Because I have only one button in my project, I
need not to deal with multidrop capabilities etc. I am driving 1-wire
purely with one pin of 16F84.

Best regards

PavelK

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1998\04\29@144658 by XYGAX

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Hi,
Can you send me a copy of files, also?

Thanks Steve.....

1998\04\29@184932 by Jorge Ferreira

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Take a good look at the Microchip site (http://www.microchip.com) I'm
pretty sure that they have an application note on the subject, with code
for 16C54A I think.

       regds

       Jorge F


At 23:04 98.04.27 +0200, you wrote:
>Hi,
>
>anyone know if any piclister have written code (two wire protocol) for
>DALLAS buttons? .
>
>Saluti
>
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'DALLAS button'
1998\07\05@155735 by Andrew Russell Morris
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At 03:40 PM 4/28/98 +0300, you wrote:
>Hi,
>Can you send mee a copy of files too?
>
>Pavel Korensky wrote:
>
>> At 23:04 27.4.1998 +0200, you wrote:
>> >Hi,
>> >
>> >anyone know if any piclister have written code (two wire protocol) for
>> >DALLAS buttons? .
>>
>> Hello,
>>
>> I have working routines for TouchMemory Buttons from DALLAS. If you are
>> interested, I will find them and I can email them to you. Routines are for
>> 16F84, but there should be no problem to adapt them for another PIC and/or
>> SX chip.
>>
>> PavelK

Would you please send me a copy as well? TIA :-)
Andy Morris

1998\07\05@175343 by Ake Hedman

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Have anyone implemented a PIC as a slave device on the 1-wire buss?

/Ake

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At 03:40 PM 4/28/98 +0300, you wrote:
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Would you please send me a copy as well? TIA :-)
Andy Morris

1998\07\06@023939 by wolfgang blachetta

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>>> 16F84, but there should be no problem to adapt them for another PIC
and/or
>>> SX chip.
>>>
>>> PavelK
>
>Would you please send me a copy as well? TIA :-)
>Andy Morris
>>Would you please send me a copy as well? TIA :-)
Wolfgang blachetta (RemoveMEwolfgang.blachettaspam_OUTspamKILLspamdlr.de)
Thank you very much !

1998\07\06@033038 by Philippe

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At 08:37 06/07/98 +0200, you wrote:
> At 23:04 27.4.1998 +0200, you wrote:
>Hi,
>
>anyone know if any piclister have written code (two wire protocol) for
>DALLAS buttons? .

You will find a complete set of routine as well as UMPS project
file for DS1821 at our WEB pages. DS1821 use same 1-Wire protocol
than DS1990. DS1990 is more simple as it has less command.
Code and example are with demo version:
       http://www.sistudio.com/umps

Regards,
       Philippe.

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1998\07\06@045626 by Steve Lawther

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    There's also sample code for reading a DS1820 (on 1 wire bus) on my

    web page, that may be of use to alter:-

    http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/steve_lawther/ucindex.htm

               Steve Lawther


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At 08:37 06/07/98 +0200, you wrote:
> At 23:04 27.4.1998 +0200, you wrote:
>Hi,
>
>anyone know if any piclister have written code (two wire protocol) for
>DALLAS buttons? .

You will find a complete set of routine as well as UMPS project
file for DS1821 at our WEB pages. DS1821 use same 1-Wire protocol
than DS1990. DS1990 is more simple as it has less command.
Code and example are with demo version:
       http://www.sistudio.com/umps

Regards,
       Philippe.

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