#define	UART1_TX_BUFFER_LENGTH		10

uint8_t debug_do_status_tx_100ms_timer = 0;
char uart1_tx_buffer[UART1_TX_BUFFER_LENGTH];
uint8_t uart1_num_of_bytes_to_tx = 0;
uint8_t uart1_next_tx_byte = 0;


	//***** 100mS HEARTBEAT TIMER *****
	debug_do_status_tx_100ms_timer++;


	static char *p_buffer;

	//----- DEBUG STATUS TX ON UART 1 -----
	if (debug_do_status_tx_100ms_timer >= 20)
	{
		debug_do_status_tx_100ms_timer = 0;


		p_buffer = &uart1_tx_buffer[0];
		*p_buffer++ = 'V';
		p_buffer = convert_uint16_to_char_ascii((uint16_t)OUR_FIRMWARE_REVISION, p_buffer, &uart1_tx_buffer[(UART1_TX_BUFFER_LENGTH - 1)]);
		*p_buffer++ = ' ';

		*p_buffer++ = '\r';
		*p_buffer++ = '\n';

		uart1_num_of_bytes_to_tx = (BYTE)(p_buffer - &uart1_tx_buffer[0]);
		uart1_next_tx_byte = 0;
	}
	//TX NEXT BYTE
	if (uart1_num_of_bytes_to_tx > 0)
	{
		if (TXSTAbits.TRMT)
			TXREG = uart1_tx_buffer[uart1_next_tx_byte++];

		if (uart1_next_tx_byte >= uart1_num_of_bytes_to_tx)
			uart1_num_of_bytes_to_tx = 0;
	}
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