getting started in basic stamps

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engbryan
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getting started in basic stamps

Post by engbryan » Sun May 09, 2004 1:49 am

Just new to learning about basic stamps, I would like any info. on selecting a starter kit for a project that I have in mind, of sending serial data out of the device ( stamp ) to control some old text L.E.D. signs, that accept text and control characters at 9600 8n1 rate. If I could press/ activate one of the i/o inputs to give a certain message out to the signs. I took basic programming two decades ago in high school, and have not really used it since. Thanks any info. would be of great help.

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Re: getting started in basic stamps

Post by Tommy volts » Tue May 11, 2004 8:01 am

LA Bryan:<p>I built a programmable LCD system with the Scott Edwards Electronics Serial Backpack Interface for Alphanumeric LCD's.<p>The Backpack is extremely easy to program and use. Here is the link LCD Backpack..<p>The Backpack interfaces very nicely with the BS2 and comes with all of the sample code you need.<p>Good luck!

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