[wxsig] T238+ uprocessor assembler

sbm at ottix.net sbm at ottix.net
Sun Nov 30 14:26:03 CST 2014

Hi all,

Thank you for the replies, on- and off-list.  After a lot of digging, I 
finally found the assembler at P&E.  The magic?

1) You need to sign-up, account is free
2) Head over to the following URL:


3) Click on FAQs Manuals Downloads on the far left
4) Off you go.

So it seems the pieces are all there.  But.

The irony now: I discovered that my X1W-1 and X1W-2 boards seem to be 
damaged due to a local power surge while the T238+ seems OK.  Sourcing 
some of the parts revealed that Maxim no longer make the DS2423 (for 
example) which is the counter for the rain gauge and EMP lightening 
detector...oh-oh.  Some more reading seems to indicate that the 1-wire 
stuff isn't as present in the weather station space as it once 

In any case, more parts hunting....

On Sun, 23 Nov 2014, William Beals wrote:

> Scott and Bill:
> I did some looking too to see if I could find the install files for the
> older assembler and no luck on PE's website anywhere.  The assembler is 100%
> 6808 assembly and I vaguely recall many years ago trying to make the changes
> for it to work on the CodeWarrior assembler, but not finishing it.  The
> issue was that while the assembly code was standard, there was some fiddling
> having to do with assembler directives that were not the same.
> On code size, the final object code is a bit over 16Kbytes.  At that time it
> was within the limits of the free packages.
> On a historical note: At the time of the project development, only the
> assemblers were free, not the C compilers.  Boy have times changed!
> will
> -----Original Message-----
> From: wxsig-bounces at tapr.org [mailto:wxsig-bounces at tapr.org] On Behalf Of
> Scott Miller
> Sent: Sunday, November 23, 2014 3:19 PM
> To: TAPR Weather Station SIG Mailing List
> Subject: Re: [wxsig] T238+ uprocessor assembler
> It's an HC08 - you want Freescale Codewarrior for Microcontrollers.  I still
> work with v6.3 for my 8-bit and Coldfire v1 stuff, but the new versions are
> Eclipse-based.  The free versions usually have some restriction on code
> size, at least for C.
> Scott
> N1VG
> On 11/23/2014 8:11 AM, sbm at ottix.net wrote:
>> Hi all,
>>     Anyone know where the programming tools for the T238+'s
>> microprocessor can be found these days?  I'm digging through my old
>> archives of the odd patch posted to the SIG here and there and would
>> like to give the timelog.asm patch a try for my newer DS1904L buttons.
>> Thanks,
>> Bill.
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