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Old 03-25-2014, 07:14 PM
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I have recently programmed a picaxe to take in midi events and to use that data to create info on a tft composite monitor via a Propeller backpack. The backpack requires a serial data stream at 9600 baud. Can any of the HL products do this? The picaxe works ok, but will stumble if the data comes at it too quickly.
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Old 04-03-2014, 07:19 PM
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I have recently programmed a picaxe to take in midi events and to use that data to create info on a tft composite monitor via a Propeller backpack. The backpack requires a serial data stream at 9600 baud. Can any of the HL products do this? The picaxe works ok, but will stumble if the data comes at it too quickly.
Hi Bucko, welcome to the forum. If you require output to a monitor in some arbitrary format, the best approach might be to use an Arduino.

At this time, HL products to not generate arbitrary serial data (other than MIDI messaging, of course).
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