StewardBIL

Member Since: February 24, 2015

Country: United States

  • Okay so I finally got some working code and can help others. This is for the Arduino Uno R3 using I2C comms

    First, head to this github link and download and install this library from the very helpful Paulhva

    I then made some edits to his example code and made a circuit diagram for hooking up to the R3. In the picture, those are 10k resistors.

    You can find the code and the circuit diagram and a log of my changes here

    Just make sure you change your serial monitor to the 115200 baud rate and use the Carriage return option instead of No Line Ending

  • Okay so I finally got some working code and can help others. This is for the Arduino Uno R3 using I2C comms

    First, head to this github link and download and install this library from the very helpful Paulhva

    I then made some edits to his example code and made a circuit diagram for hooking up to the R3. In the picture, those are 10k resistors.

    You can find the code and the circuit diagram and a log of my changes here

    Just make sure you change your serial monitor to the 115200 baud rate and use the Carriage return option instead of No Line Ending

  • I'd love to see a hookup guide for this. Seems like the internet is having a lot of problems getting a working library that is easy to use.

    Found this one: https://github.com/paulvha/sps30

    Edit: See my new comment for how to fix this

  • Ah okay, so it's not just a standard lilypad board with it's own microcontroller and IC chip that just happens to have an Xbee on top of it - if I understand you correctly.

    Thanks!

  • Hi there, I can't seem tdo find any definitive answer but does this work as a standalone lilypad or do you have to use a lilypad in conjunction with this? Most tutorials I see describe connecting the tx and rx from these to the standard lilypad but can you also hook up sensors to this board? If so, how many? And can they be digital or analog or what?