As written, your code will turn the LED on for milliseconds every But note that this approach will be slightly inaccurate, because your overall period is longer than 1 second. Yes, I too hate this hour blocking loop.
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It looks like your problem lies with the ATmega16 simply not being powered up.
If they are meag16.h just fine, you can check to see if they are actually sending data by using a logic analyzer. This code looks strange. Adios to Winter Bash Adios to Winter Bash I'm in urgent need. It is normal, according to the datasheet: I got another one, which did. You accidently misconfigered the AVR fuse bits so it is not reachable anymore.
As we have determined the above mentioned values, it is time to configure the timer. Sign up mega16.y log in Sign up using Google.
From the picture below, you can see that you could check those pins at pin 10 and 11, but I would recommend checking rather at pin 10 and 31 to avoid shorting them together by accident.
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But that's just a wild guess, sorry. Obviously you don't have the Codevision compiler.
meta16.h This is only one way of writing the ISR, other could be using a flag indicating a 12 hours period, then handle the LED in the main function when this flag is set. Peach engineering apparently isn't for you. I am trying to turn on a LED for 5sec every 12 hours. With a 16 bit timer the maximum possible value is: Post as a guest Name.
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Dzarda 2, 1 11 If they aren't sending data, then you have a problem with your actual programmer If it turns out that those are fine and functional, then I would bet that your Atmega16 is faulty or counterfeit. Mega16.b up using Facebook.