water_arduino

Member Since: June 9, 2015

Country: United States

  • Does sparkfun actually read these? Last post was myself 7 months ago and nothing has come of it.

  • Does this reflect offor of water? Measure height of water in a container?

  • I agree. When trying to send over a wireless network, I have to reduce the resolution even more to send from 1023 count to 255. Bleh.

  • Is there an actual wiring diagram for this product? How do you connect the terminal wires from which you are trying to measure a current? Do you just thread the cables through the 2 holes, or do you connect them with “X” size screw? Or do you solder a copper wire to the sensor holes? Do you solder it to one of the 4 little solder points, or anywhere to the hole? The tutorials and examples are garbage compared to what I am used to with sparkfun.

  • The tutorial was wonderful at first. But then the examples were somewhat meaningless when it came to real world problems. How can I have 2 zigbees both mounted on their respective shields and redboards, then measure an analog input with one, which then corresponds to an analog output on the other? Or something related to this? I am having one hell of a time even reading serial outputs using the shields.

  • Do you think this bore size and pin screw will work with a 5mm shaft if I file it down flat a little on one side?

  • How did that end up working on 5mm shaft?

  • As a REAL engineer in America, I have never once used English units, and I refuse to ever do so. Whoever tells you that they are disappointed in the rest of the world for not being able to convert, or too lazy to google, is either mental, too lazy themselves, or ignorant. Use common sense please. Somebody that endorses english, please tell me how it makes your life easier than metric, PLEASE!

  • So what about putting it on a pipe with flowing water?

  • I am having the same issue with all of the tutorials I have found Here http://www.hacktronics.com/Tutorials/arduino-1-wire-address-finder.html and here http://bildr.org/2011/07/ds18b20-arduino/

    Did you figure it out? Thanks!

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