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Brendo

Member Since: March 15, 2010

Country: United States

  • So, TJK, can you comment on exactly what code you burned to get started? There are a number of choices and since I'm something of a newbie to the PIC environment, I'm not sure of which .h, .hex, and .c code to burn. I've got all the hardware, programmer, ICD2, etc; I'm just looking for the "On switch".
    As far as the relay issue goes, I was previously going it alone. I opted for an Omron SSR since I didn't want a mechanical relay chattering and ultimately welding together. From what I saw in the kit, the appearance of the relay and its cost led me to believe that it is not up to the job so I didn't install it. I plan on using the 9V output to drive the Omron relay (which by the way, requires a heat sink to switch this kind of wattage which is another reason I don't have much confidence in the PCB mounted relay).

No public wish lists :(