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hi i want to simulate the PIC as an arduino and I know that the PC sends data to connect the arduino. perhaps asked this: GET_MRLCOMM_VERSION ???

GroG's picture

That is correct - Arduino

That is correct - Arduino service will ask an Arduino loaded with MRLComm.ino - what version it is, and the Arduino will reply.

You don't have to do this for your PIC - you can connect to it directly using the Serial service - and whatever protocol or program you have running there send messages back and forth from MRL.

 

wvantoorn's picture

It depends on the PIC you

Grog is right, but if you want AND have the right PIC32, than you could use a pic as arduino

It depends on the PIC you have if it can act as an arduino does.

http://circuitcellar.com/cc-blog/execute-open-source-arduino-code-in-a-p...

this artice states how to, and how to use the arduino library code for PIC32.

But what you now see is the MRLCOMM.ino that has to be loaded on the arduino to be used with MRL missing.

in the article above is described how to compile, program and execute arduino code.

mecax's picture

Wonderfull!

thank you very much, I see to make a simple client. if complicated I will use the service. I'll read the article but I must say that I use PIC16. I can just serve for future projects..Thanks Grog and wvantoorn