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 on: Today at 09:39:16 AM 
Started by pickit2 - Last post by pickit2
I think you have a problem How is the date stamp changing to 6/9/2024 ? -
 if that was the patch doing that the members here would be saying they have a problem with the release.

Both my original patch handmade & the same file is in the patch, the date stamp 8/6/2024  
So my question is, where is your date coming from.

as to your request for a 2023 version when there are bug fix and improved version released. If you Need it,  just use Google its all over the net.
  
I note your Install date in in the future 5/8/2024 maybe look at that.

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 on: Today at 05:49:51 AM 
Started by pickit2 - Last post by chandra2sekhar2000
Hi,
Yes, the installation was done on default location, no changes made to path. inside the installation folder when software installed it has date stamp of 5/8/2024 for sketchup.exe, patch file after extraction yes,it has a date stamp of 8/6/2024 as you mentioned. after running the patch ,the files inside the installation folder sketchup.exe file date stamp change sto 6/9/2024.so patch is changing the file. but still the its not working. it shows trial expires by aug 1st..so sketchup.exe is in unpatched mode.

also sketchup 2024 seems to have problems with extensions.. so if any one got patch for 2023 and original 2023 installation files, please share thank you.

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 on: Yesterday at 10:10:38 PM 
Started by pickit2 - Last post by pickit2
Hi sir,
i tried uninstalling 2022 version, reinstalled freshly from the given link,copied the patch to sketchup folder.,patch runs and replaces the sketchup.exe dated to 6/9/2024. but still when i open it asked for signin,and when signed in it showed start trial. now its showing trial ends on aug 1st.reapplied patch several times even as administrator. still no luck.

if any one got patch for 2023-1-340-117 or any other 2023 versions full software and pitch links,please do share.Thank you
The install should be the default folder. the patch knows where the files are to be patched, so can be run say from the desktop /or/ usb pendrive.

Just run the files from the above link: the file SketchUp.exe should have the date stamp 8/6/2024 so your doing something wrong.   

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 on: Yesterday at 08:48:35 AM 
Started by pickit2 - Last post by chandra2sekhar2000
Hi sir,
i tried uninstalling 2022 version, reinstalled freshly from the given link,copied the patch to sketchup folder.,patch runs and replaces the sketchup.exe dated to 6/9/2024. but still when i open it asked for signin,and when signed in it showed start trial. now its showing trial ends on aug 1st.reapplied patch several times even as administrator. still no luck.

if any one got patch for 2023-1-340-117 or any other 2023 versions full software and pitch links,please do share.Thank you

 5 
 on: July 19, 2024, 11:40:58 23:40 
Started by PM3295 - Last post by LithiumOverdosE
It all depends in how quick has to be response of the peak detector output and how much voltage offset can you tolerate.

So, one could use fast OPAMP with very short settling time as the input of the peak detector and take feedback directly after the rectifying diode.
Then you could use the second OPAMP only as simple non-inverting buffer and rely on low input/output voltage offset to reduce error.

 6 
 on: July 18, 2024, 10:43:22 22:43 
Started by PM3295 - Last post by PM3295
Thanks. I simulated the circuit with the spice model provided on TI's website.

In the simulation, it is compared against one of the suggested designs. In the first instance, the circuit appears much faster than the reference circuit. The same overshoot problem requires a higher-value  series resistor to absorb this initial overshoot. I removed the input RC filter to get the fastest response signal for comparison purposes.

In the second plot, the overshoot is under control with the higher 33R resistor, but the response time is increased as expected.

The last plot shows the overshoot after the diode.

 7 
 on: July 18, 2024, 10:31:39 10:31 
Started by nullos - Last post by patchjack
5.118  Corrected an access violation that happened with some overloaded functions involving ROM pointers
 5.118  Added __eval() preprocessor function that may be used in #warning to debug macros
 5.118  Updated S/W #use i2c() so that slower baud rates can be used from a fast clock speed on PCM/PCH.
 5.118  Updated Wizard generated TCP/IP code to fix some incompatibility with newer PICs.
 5.118  Fixed some issues with CLC functions for PIC16F18125 family.
 5.118  Fixed some issues with NCO functions for PIC18F18125 family.
 5.118  Fixed some issues with Interrupt on Change (IOC) functions for PIC18F18125 family.
 5.118  Added support for the ENCx24J600 Ethernet module to the Wizards.
 5.118  Fixed an issue with i2c_write() and i2c_write_slave() slave functions for newer PCD compiler devices.

 8 
 on: July 18, 2024, 08:49:21 08:49 
Started by PM3295 - Last post by LithiumOverdosE
Sure.
I had to draw it quickly from recollection but it should be accurate.

 9 
 on: July 17, 2024, 04:31:46 16:31 
Started by PM3295 - Last post by PM3295
I have discovered another problem that may have been there before this last failure. I can't be sure since the meter is hardly used to measure AC voltages.

The problem shows up on the ACV 100 mV range in the form where the reading is exactly 50% of the input signal. I made some initial measurements that caused more questions than answers. When the meter is in ACV mode, but the DC coupling is enabled (feature of the 8506) as well, it reads the correct  values on the 100 mV range. Looking at this function, there are coupling capacitors that gets bypassed when the DC mode is selected.

The puzzling part is that when in the AC mode with a jumper wire across these coupling caps (effectively activating the DC coupling) the meter still reads 50% low. It reads correct if the AC + DC function is selected. So, it appears that the AC + DC function activates something else that is not that obvious from the circuit operation described in the manual or the circuit diagrams. I suspect an issue somewhere in the RMS/amplifier block. Without some extender board, it is really difficult and time-consuming to perform measurements on this module.

 10 
 on: July 16, 2024, 05:17:00 17:17 
Started by Vineyards - Last post by Vineyards
Sorry, Wizpic, you were right. My bad, I misjudged it as 1.27mm pitch due to my poor sight. It turned out to be: Molex, MicroClasp Female Connector Housing, 2mm Pitch, 10 Way, 2 Row

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