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deno
05-07-2006, 10:56 PM
the Ewave for wirelessly programming and debugging the Basic Stamp?

Before I spend the money, I would like to know if it works like the instruction/operation manual says it works.

Thanks....deno

PJ Allen
05-08-2006, 12:04 AM
·· http://www.electrowave.com/products/stamper.shtml (http://www.electrowave.com/products/stamper.shtml)· $350!!!· Nice try.· Who does this make sense for?

· Why not buy a STACHE and re-program that way?· Y'know, put your shoes on, put one foot in front of the other,...

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deno
05-09-2006, 07:44 AM
PJ Allen...I don't understand your post to me?· I am in need of a wireless programming device and debugging tool for a stamp application in the field.

I know what Parallax offers using the "Toothpick" and have studied all the material involving the use of that device.

I was trying to find out if someone else on the forums has optained the Ewave wireless programming device and used it.· I was looking for some feedback from this individual.

What do you mean about "one foot in front of another"?

Deno

PJ Allen
05-09-2006, 11:33 AM
· "one foot in front of the other": you load up this little number http://www.parallax.com/detail.asp?product_id=27330·-- and then take it outside for a walk [$99]

· I've never got into the DEBUG aspect (it's not anathema to me, but it's close.)· Or the DO...LOOP thing (what's that all about?).· To each his own.· Don't take me personally, I'm a harmless ball of fluff.

KB3JJG
05-09-2006, 10:47 PM
I used an e-wave for a quick and dirty project when a red-i server I was using got crushed by a forklift (a·guard rail had been removed for maintenence and not replaced)·and the PINK was not yet released. It worked as advertised, in fact we were quite surprised at how well it worked as a wireless serial replacement.


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