Member #269782

Member Since: November 27, 2011

Country: United States

  • Product WRL-10822 | about 2 years ago

    I always seem to get a read out of the same list of integers with the following pattern after connecting to the arduino and haveing the arduino set the module to command/config mode.

    36 13 13 10 69 82 82 58 32 63 45 67 109 100 13 10 60 50 46 51 49 62 32 10 36 13 13 10 69 82 82 58 32 63 45 67 109 100 13 10 60 50 46 51 49 62 32 10 36 13 13 10 69 82 82 58 32 63 45 67 109 100 13 10 60 50 46 51 49 62 32 10

    My code is as follows on this pastebin: http://pastebin.com/YUy3bm4x

    Any help as to why I don’t see ASCII characters?

  • Product SEN-08679 | about 2 years ago

    I’ve noticed that these SoftPots are noisy and difficult to work with as far as controls go, so I made a python script that averages 100 sample values from the SoftPot and then averages it out, divides it by 1000, then multiplies it by 100 and voila you get a reading that is easier to work with…

    the following Python script you can run on the Beaglebone to reduce the crazy noise and output a better value range to work with, Script URL: http://pastebin.com/hfekCBuW

    I found out using this script that when nothing is being pressed on the soft pot anymore it resets to the highest value. Hope you guys like this!

  • Product SEN-08680 | about 2 years ago

    I made the following Python script you can run on the Beaglebone to reduce the crazy noise and output a better value range to work with, Script URL: http://pastebin.com/hfekCBuW

    I found out using this script that when nothing is being pressed on the soft pot anymore it resets to the highest value. Hope you guys like this!

  • Product LCD-10089 | about 2 years ago

    In the data sheet it needs a minimum of 4volts to 5volt tolerant pin, Will this display work with the Beaglebone since all the GPIO pins are 3.3v?

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