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Is the 12C SDK still available?
02-16-2016, 01:39 AM
Post: #61
RE: Is the 12C SDK still available?
(02-15-2016 11:34 PM)thomas Wrote:  
(11-23-2015 05:08 PM)Tim Wessman Wrote:  Hello,

There are two ways to tell the new version of the 12C or 10bII+.
[...]
By serial number:
1. NEW 10BII+ starts with “PHA”
2. NEW 12C starts with “PHA” or “9CJ” or “7CD” or “3CD”

Do the serial numbers have more meaning to them; are there different codes for models sold in different part of the world?

So does this mean that only the 12C and 10BII+ were updated. But the 12C Platinum wasn't updated?

Another question: How do the speeds of the new12C compare with the Platinum?

thomas

The codes represent the various factories. Its unlikely HP would reveal specifics, but its a safe bet they're in China.

The 30th Ann 12C ran about 50 times faster than the 25th Ann 12CP. I think the 12CP h/w has remain unchanged, while the 12C changed to a new SOC/CPU because the one used prior was discontinued.

At HHC, I believe Cyrille said the new CPU is roughly the same performance as the prior one, but hopefully someone will get one and post benchmark results here.

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02-16-2016, 01:01 PM
Post: #62
RE: Is the 12C SDK still available?
(11-22-2015 09:07 PM)Dwight Sturrock Wrote:  
(11-22-2015 08:45 PM)Katie Wasserman Wrote:  It's not JTAG just some crazy thing the HP came up with for these calculators.

I wonder if they might be persuaded to sell us some of these cables? I assume they use them for the calcs initial programming?

I just found a source for 6 pin cables:

https://www.segger.com/jlink-6-pin-needle-adapter.html

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02-16-2016, 11:23 PM
Post: #63
RE: Is the 12C SDK still available?
(02-16-2016 01:01 PM)thomas Wrote:  I just found a source for 6 pin cables:
https://www.segger.com/jlink-6-pin-needle-adapter.html

Wow, 79 Euros each. I'll take two.
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02-16-2016, 11:28 PM (This post was last modified: 02-16-2016 11:36 PM by thomas.)
Post: #64
RE: Is the 12C SDK still available?
(02-16-2016 11:23 PM)BruceH Wrote:  
(02-16-2016 01:01 PM)thomas Wrote:  I just found a source for 6 pin cables:
https://www.segger.com/jlink-6-pin-needle-adapter.html

Wow, 79 Euros each. I'll take two.

I know. So it seems that it's not some wierd HP invention.

But can anyone confirm the dimensions?

I would already have one of I had known this a few months ago. And so on the 34s I had to experiment with soldering and desoldering and finally I soldered an extra connector to one as somewhere in the forums suggested but it's a bit sticking out of the case..
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02-16-2016, 11:50 PM
Post: #65
RE: Is the 12C SDK still available?
(02-16-2016 11:23 PM)BruceH Wrote:  
(02-16-2016 01:01 PM)thomas Wrote:  I just found a source for 6 pin cables:
https://www.segger.com/jlink-6-pin-needle-adapter.html

Wow, 79 Euros each. I'll take two.

Before buying one, check the dimensions: the pads have a 2mm pitch while this cable has a 1.27mm pitch.
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02-17-2016, 12:04 AM
Post: #66
RE: Is the 12C SDK still available?
(02-16-2016 11:23 PM)BruceH Wrote:  
(02-16-2016 01:01 PM)thomas Wrote:  I just found a source for 6 pin cables:
https://www.segger.com/jlink-6-pin-needle-adapter.html

Wow, 79 Euros each. I'll take two.

Cable assemblies in sample quantities can be had from Samtec for FREE. Just add some pogo pins and a clip can be made from a $2 sheet of brass from the local hobby shop.

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No soldering required.

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02-17-2016, 01:14 AM
Post: #67
RE: Is the 12C SDK still available?
I just found something quite interesting:

https://youtu.be/aZCB-krwbAk

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06-30-2016, 11:43 PM
Post: #68
RE: Is the 12C SDK still available?
(11-26-2015 03:48 PM)Dwight Sturrock Wrote:  Spotted in the wild last night at Office Depot: a HP12C with a 7CD serial number (marked on the back of the box). So the new units are in distribution.

The difference in packaging is of the serial numbers do not start with CNA (old version), and the CNA stickers are at the top of the package, whereas the new versions the start with:

“PHA” or “9CJ” or “7CD” or “3C"

and the new ones are toward the bottom of the box near the bar code.
Just got a 12C.
Serial 7CD537017X
FW date: 2012-04-03
Copyright 2008 hp
So, it looks like the Serial 7CD also have the AT91SAM7L128 processor.
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09-06-2016, 07:11 PM
Post: #69
RE: Is the 12C SDK still available?
Hi would you mind answering if possible:
Is there any difference of the button feel between between:
12c
25 yrs plat anniv edition and
30 yrs anniv
and 2015 latest CPU edition?

lastly:
Will there be a 35yr limited anniv edition this year??
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09-07-2016, 05:38 AM
Post: #70
RE: Is the 12C SDK still available?
Hello,

Your home made cable is a thing of beauty! Great job!

Note that the new 10BII+ and 12C do have normally a solder spot for a USB connector. So if your aim is truly development, you can simply do a clean cut in the plastic casing and solder a USB connector. The connector spot is on the PCB edge to allow this.

Cyrille

Although I work for the HP calculator group, the views and opinions I post here are my own. I do not speak for HP.
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