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yelkvi:

--- Quote from: Embehu on May 23, 2022, 10:42:52 am ---Actually I’m not an electrical engineering, but I learned my first lesson from our school when my professor said “what ever you do, just do things that anyone could understand what you are doing no matter who are they, professor, amateur or stupid ones”

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Are you saying that the developer of a nuclear power plant should make sure that any peasant understands?
It is important for a peasant to have electricity in the house. And if he is interested in how a nuclear power plant works, let him go to study as a nuclear physicist. :)

I don't know how to program STM controllers. But I don't need it. I'm just using what David developed. I like.

ygi:
@David Since nobody reported it, there's a misnamed variable here: https://github.com/deividAlfa/stm32_soldering_iron_controller/blob/f142199fe73a4bf0c6f1dec9bf7ffa89af2fc334/Core/Src/main.c#L224
PWM_DETECT_TIME should be TIP_DETECT_TIME

DavidAlfa:
You're right, I changed that recently... But I swear it compiled ok? Otherwise I completely missed out!

ygi:
I wouldn't catch that if it weren't for the compiler crying about it, that's for sure. Your dev computer might be out of sync with github.

Polf:
Received LCD GMG12864-06D v.2.2, black and white, inverse. I waited for the parcel for 60 days.
The backlight current is limited using a resistor, it is 11 mA.  The update rate is noticeably lower than that of the OLED, there is a delay.  How it works can be seen in this video.
https://disk.yandex.ru/i/hf1bfeK2GO3KMA
The controller is homemade based on the scheme of the KSGER v.3. The microcontroller is STM32F101CBT6. Firmware from David STM32F101_ST7565 May 8 2022.

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