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    Hey guys

    I’m hoping somebody can help me write an EEPROM library, I just don’t seem to have the time to get it done. I can setup a Git server to collaborate and help.
    The EEPROM part number is 25LC080D and the datasheet is [url=http://ww1.microc

    #734
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    I wish I could help with this.. I just don’t have enough Arduino Experience yet to do it

    #735
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    No worries. I’ll get to it eventually, keyword being eventually… So much life in the way 😉

    #737
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    Yeah I want to help out but my 2 year old and 2 month old are taking up much of my time.

    #810
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    Hey guys.
    So I got the very basics of the library working, so I now have EEPROM support for the Due. I have a bunch of chips I had made that will all need a minor change from an oversite on my part. But if you’re wanting one I’m willing to sell them fo

    #794
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    I have not used this in a while. I need to try it again.. I would be interested in the EEPROM, but I forget what is stored in it.

    #795
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    The EEPROM stores all the configuration settings for the Due. Without one everything is reset on power up since there is no other way to store the info.

    #796
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    I may want one but I need to figure out how I’ll be able to use it. I need otg from the tablet for connectivity to my dac, ssd and a few other devices so I won’t be able to use the DUE in accessory mode.

    #797
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    Are you still using the N7? The only thing that I can come up with for your situation is the Uno. It’s obviously much more limited than the Due. If you use the Uno you won’t need an external EEPROM as it’s got one built in.

    #798
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    Are you going to improve uno code as well?

    #799
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    I will work on it, but the Due is the priority. The Uno is severely limited in resources and what it can do.

    #800
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    Do you have a list of plans for the due and out of that what can the uno do?

    #801
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    The Due has as CAN BUS built in. This is huge when it comes to networking Arduinos in the car, as I plan on having multiple dedicated to different tasks. It also has MUCH more flash memory (32k vs 512k), a faster processor (16MHz vs 84MHz), more IO. Ov

    #802
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    So will the UNO be able to:

    use Digital IO?

    Have temperature capability?

    If so then that will be the route I take as I want to be able to have other peripherals installed (Like my HDTuner)

    for my vette.. there is no canbus..

    now my 2007 Malibu.. if

    #803
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    Yes I plan on doing as much as the little Uno will do. Digital IO is among the basics, temp falls in that category too. I am still working on HD tuner support as I have to reverse engineer the protocol and build a library for it.
    I would like to add all

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    Hey guys

    I’m hoping somebody can help me write an EEPROM library, I just don’t seem to have the time to get it done. I can setup a Git server to collaborate and help.
    The EEPROM part number is 25LC080D and the datasheet is [url=http://ww1.microc

    #734
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    I wish I could help with this.. I just don’t have enough Arduino Experience yet to do it

    #735
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    No worries. I’ll get to it eventually, keyword being eventually… So much life in the way 😉

    #737
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    Yeah I want to help out but my 2 year old and 2 month old are taking up much of my time.

    #810
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    Hey guys.
    So I got the very basics of the library working, so I now have EEPROM support for the Due. I have a bunch of chips I had made that will all need a minor change from an oversite on my part. But if you’re wanting one I’m willing to sell them fo

    #794
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    I have not used this in a while. I need to try it again.. I would be interested in the EEPROM, but I forget what is stored in it.

    #795
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    The EEPROM stores all the configuration settings for the Due. Without one everything is reset on power up since there is no other way to store the info.

    #796
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    I may want one but I need to figure out how I’ll be able to use it. I need otg from the tablet for connectivity to my dac, ssd and a few other devices so I won’t be able to use the DUE in accessory mode.

    #797
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    Are you still using the N7? The only thing that I can come up with for your situation is the Uno. It’s obviously much more limited than the Due. If you use the Uno you won’t need an external EEPROM as it’s got one built in.

    #798
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    Are you going to improve uno code as well?

    #799
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    I will work on it, but the Due is the priority. The Uno is severely limited in resources and what it can do.

    #800
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    Do you have a list of plans for the due and out of that what can the uno do?

    #801
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    The Due has as CAN BUS built in. This is huge when it comes to networking Arduinos in the car, as I plan on having multiple dedicated to different tasks. It also has MUCH more flash memory (32k vs 512k), a faster processor (16MHz vs 84MHz), more IO. Ov

    #802
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    So will the UNO be able to:

    use Digital IO?

    Have temperature capability?

    If so then that will be the route I take as I want to be able to have other peripherals installed (Like my HDTuner)

    for my vette.. there is no canbus..

    now my 2007 Malibu.. if

    #803
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    Yes I plan on doing as much as the little Uno will do. Digital IO is among the basics, temp falls in that category too. I am still working on HD tuner support as I have to reverse engineer the protocol and build a library for it.
    I would like to add all

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