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Wow! I just checked good ol ebay and found tons of the 16f628a chips for sale and cheap!..."keeping fingers crossed for an answer".........
ozman911 : the PIC16F628s can't do USB natively.
Thanks for the quick answer,, I was digging through the datasheet just now... Is there a quick, cheap, dirty way to add it via another chip or circuit?
Originally Posted by li_gangyi
Hmmm,,, seems I would need a usb to serial chip in order to do this...that may put the price and complexity comparison of the current in use chips over the top..... well cant blame me for trying.. LOL Im still gonna keep researching a bit though before I totally throw the idea out the window.
The PIC needs native USB support. You can't just add a USB to serial adapter. All that does is present a COM port to your PS3...
Most of those with atleast 16kb of program memory could work, but many of them will need the code compiled specifically for them.
The hex files we have so far are compatible with quite a few of the 18F series PICs.
/* 1.4 Dancing Led changed to PIN_B4
Originally Posted by mrgsm
/* -> Why? Because PIN_B5 is disabled when you use LVP (¬_¬')
/* -> Also, PIN_B5 should be grounded if you use LVP mode(ART2003 programmer)
/* -> Check PSGrooPIC V1.2 Schematic
He just changed the LED output pin for those using LVP programming. There's no changes to the code/new features.
So I won't be realeasing 'V1.4' hexes :P You can rename the v1.3 ones yourself if you'd like.
mrgsm: 1.4 does nothing except move the LED I believe.
*edit, opps looks like metalphreak was faster then me.
Yes i read it, thanks... so i will stick with 1.3 as nothing changed...