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travis_farmer

got some work Wednesday/Thursday/Friday, installing a very large window, and a door (storm door, or the whole exterior door. not sure).

that and a very good customer just called, and wants to talk about a good sized project. :D

Things are looking up!

oh, while i think of it, on my website, on the board index (i opened the forum back up, i think), toward the bottom, in the hobbies section, most of the "boards" are links (they redirect to the page when clicked) i use often for reference. some reference pages of members here. if you don't want your page listed, let me know, and i will hide it (viewable only by me). by contrast, if you want your listed, let me know.

~Travis
My GitHub: https://github.com/travisfarmer?tab=repositories
rfid_reader (Library), ServerTempCtrl (Project)

CrossRoads

How far did you get with Nick on programming the 2560?
Designing & building electrical circuits for over 25 years.  Screw Shield for Mega/Due/Uno,  Bobuino with ATMega1284P, & other '328P & '1284P creations & offerings at  my website.

travis_farmer

How far did you get with Nick on programming the 2560?
we got to the point that i could program the 2560 without the boot loader, but it still failed with the boot loader. he did offer a suggestion that played with the fuses, but to be honest, i was scared of bricking my 2560. as the programmer uses ICSP, i felt it was satisfactory to use it as such. if i need to use the FTDI port, i only have to burn a boot loader, and go.

the 2560 has been running for days in spaghetti wired prototype mode of the server rack fan controller. it is a little scary looking, and my soldering apparently needs work, but i will see if i can get some pictures tomorrow of it in action. the programmer is used every time i update the firmware on the rack fan controller, and it performs great. :D

~Travis
My GitHub: https://github.com/travisfarmer?tab=repositories
rfid_reader (Library), ServerTempCtrl (Project)

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