James16

Member Since: October 8, 2009

Country: New Zealand

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Role

Automation Engineer

Spoken Languages

English

Programming Languages

C, Basic, Various PLC languages (Modicon IEC etc), Some VB6

  • Product LCD-11377 | about 10 months ago

    This product page is really out of date, go to the 4D Website for accurate information and go to the uLCD-144-G2 Product Page. http://www.4dsystems.com.au/

  • Product LCD-11377 | about 10 months ago

    ViSi-Genie isnt compatible with the Goldelox Processor which is used on this product, only for Picaso products, so the library you have referenced isnt relevant. There are 3 other environments to program with, you can use any of those. Go to the 4D website and have a read, its on their product pages and the Workshop4 Product Page.

  • Product LCD-11377 | about 10 months ago

    This isn’t true, you don’t seem to know what you are talking about when it comes to 4D Products. Try going to their website and having a read.

  • Product LCD-11377 | about 10 months ago

    Not actually true, 4D Devices are 5V tolerant. Best source of information is their website.

  • News - Exploring the 4D Systems … | about a year ago

    You mean something like this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kscX6m42qJI Quite a few more from the same Author: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCx75HQWQFfeNo8nWl1O0MYQ?feature=watch

  • Product LCD-11740 | about a year ago

    Pull the 5 way male-male adapter out of the end of the 5 way female-female cable, and there is your 5 way female-female cable you need. It simply has a Male-Male adapter in the end so you can plug the display into a breadboard if you require.

  • Product SEN-08257 | about 4 years ago

    Hi. I just brought one of these, however after connecting it up and getting readings, I am a little disapointed with what I am seeing…
    By “Fast response time < 4 sec” - does that mean its less than 4 seconds from asking it the temp/humidity to it giving it to you, or is it < 4 seconds to detect the current temp/humidty from changing location (ie inside to outside)… ?
    I assumed it was < 4 seconds to give you an accurate temperature after changing location… however when I took it from our 23 degree living room, to outside which is about 4 degrees with a thermometer I have, it took more than 5 minutes for the temperature to begin reading in the right range… however that said, the temp sensor didnt show less than 10 degrees. I am a little unsure what is going wrong exactly.
    When you blow on the sensor, the humidity changes quite prompty, however the temperature just takes forever to change. Why is this?
    I have this plugged into an Arduino and am using the SHT15 library which is available on the arduino website. It worked first time, however its just incredibly slow and it doesnt seem accurate.
    Do I have a faulty product or am I doing something silly?
    James

  • Product PGM-09231 | about 4 years ago

    Sorry got it working - just needed to be unplugged and plugged in again.

  • Product PGM-09231 | about 4 years ago

    Hi. I just one of these but am having problems getting it to work with AVRDude. I am running XP and have installed the drivers fine, as per the driver listed above.
    Tried the above command but it didnt work.
    I get this error:
    avrdude.exe: Error: Could not find USBtiny device (0x1781/0xc9f)
    Any ideas? I havent used one of these before, and am use to using a Parallel programmer, so am a bit stumpted.
    Thanks

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