Atmega 168pa au no Crystal, what setting use in arduino to record ? Time double

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Hellow people, 2 question, help pleasy.

 

I have an pcb , i use atmega168pa au, not have crystal, but when i use  progisp to record, all my time are with time double, i setting led HIGH 1 second, it ON 2 seconds, setting to led work 5 seconds, leds works 10 seconds, always doble.

 

I use sofware progisp, and in settings arduino  have it pcbs, what correct to use ? What correct setting in progisp ? ( i use usb record usbasp )

 

it is setting of progisp

progisp record atmega168pa

Here we have an lot of boards in arduino, what correct, what correct mhz and voltage ?

https://www.arduino.cc/en/Produc...

 

here in datasheet in page 271 have about oscilator

http://ww1.microchip.com/downloa...

 

here i use board with regulator voltage ryz 117-5

 

it is settings arduino software

 

what help, thanks !

 

 

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Last Edited: Wed. Jul 18, 2018 - 11:51 AM
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i get solution

setting to lilypad , after processador 168, and it setting to progisp

atmega no crystal 168pa

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ederangelo wrote:
i get solution

So please mark solution - see Tip #5

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If you want to have the solution marked :

a) give a decent size to your tip (if it is very important, font size should be 2 * usual font size and it should not be messed with a lot of tinyfonted lines : wikipedia is very important, has a lot of lines, and nobody thought of using it as a signature -though it might be a masterpiece of cutandpastology - )

 

b) wait until solution is really found (it might be a fake solution: if lots of SW failures occur, hardware dies, "solution" is not a solution and OP may change his/her mind in the very definition of solution)

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dbrion0606 wrote:
OP may change his/her mind

The 'Mark Solution' button changes to 'Unmark Solution' - so the OP can change his/her mind if/when necessary.

 

EDIT

 

Updated the linked post, just to make that abundantly clear - as if anyone who had pressed the button to Mark a solution would not have noticed that it changed:

 

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Last Edited: Wed. Jul 18, 2018 - 12:38 PM
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Well, avrfreaks butonns were meant ... to ease google searching.

 

As it is to day unpossible to find anything relevant with google.

As the number of threads is already huge (a mechanism for limiting threads exists in stuck over flow, by being fierce w/r redundancies - remains usable, though redundencies hunting negates evolutions)

 

punishing OP for buying an avr (and, in this case, for finding the/a solution by him/her self) by making him /her read tiny lines is absurd...

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dbrion0606 wrote:
butonns were meant ... to ease google searching.

It is, indeed, a shame that there doesn't seem to be any way to filter searches or the topic lists for "solved" or "unsolved" threads.

 

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dbrion0606 wrote:
by making him /her read tiny lines is absurd...

Not sure what tiny lines your talking about, but you do know most browsers will scale fonts by holding the CTRL key and rolling the scroll wheel to change magnification level!

 

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I have seen topics maked as solved which were not solved at all (SW was poor : even if it seemed to wark, it was an hallucination); I saw topics which were solved **for me **from the 1rst answer  (but it took xxx -xxx being near infinite- answers to have OP (not) understanding it was solved)

 

What is solved (or not) for OP is not -at least not always- solved for people reading topics.... who do not appreciate out of topics comments, tiny signatures seen as a bible (datasheets and wikipedia are better bibles). As solutions are subjective ....