|04-23-2015 07:02 PM|
|alpha1172||oph awesome i think i have a few megas sitting around. gonna have to try it out id need to order that button/lcd shield though|
|04-23-2015 06:44 PM|
|04-23-2015 12:03 AM|
|alpha1172||U still using the sat +?|
|04-22-2015 08:57 PM|
I never tried it. I have since moved over to the iAqua Lite for my smooth fading needs. (which borrowed Curt's crossfade code, IIRC)
Now I have to decide if I'm going to sell my two controllers off, or break them down to play with on other projects...
|04-22-2015 07:17 PM|
So i built one of these a bit ago, running version 3.6 works great!
I really wanted to try the version 1.0 by curt with the built in fading but it never controlled the light correctly. Did anyone ever get it to work correctly
|04-22-2015 06:37 PM|
|04-22-2015 07:54 AM|
Everything is looking/working good as far as your alarms kman. I will adjust/change them as needed. Thanks for all the assistance last night !
And once again, thanks to everyone involved in this project. Your work is awesome and very much appreciated by me !
There is so much good code and help around here...woot
|04-22-2015 04:50 AM|
What's the link to the updated file? I'll edit my post, if I can, and add the new one with the version that works.
Or, yeesh, maybe I should just package up all the libraries with the current, working versions and add that.
|04-22-2015 04:45 AM|
Everything hooked up, lcd working, running tests now for the timers.
Fingers crossed !
|04-22-2015 02:04 AM|
Finally got the compiling done ! The gethub link has an updated file, and was causing the issue.I found an older ver online that works.
Now to figure out why the lcd isnt showing characters. At least the light is working
|04-21-2015 07:50 AM|
One more thought:
I know we have addressed the library folder, but make sure that you are saving the sketch under the Arduino folder in your document section.
|04-21-2015 06:43 AM|
I'm soldering the components up right now...boy, talk about rusty !
I have no idea what I will use for a case, so I'm putting 8in wires between the pcb and the rtc with 90deg headers on both..might make battery changes simpler.
|04-21-2015 06:21 AM|
Can't hurt to try to download your IRremote library one more time, just in case. I don't know that it's the problem, but its a quick fix, if so. Be sure to exit and relaunch the Arduino software.
|04-21-2015 05:54 AM|
Ok, have the resistor/led hooked to uno on pin 3 and grd..looking better
now, just have this error message:
This report would have more information with
"Show verbose output during compilation"
enabled in File > Preferences.
Arduino: 1.0.6 (Windows 7), Board: "Arduino Uno"
test41.ino: In function 'void SendCode(int, byte)':
test41:276: error: 'class IRsend' has no member named 'sendNEC'
|04-21-2015 05:26 AM|
Yes, my library location is same as yours
and yes, using this: "Current Satellite LED+ Controller V4.1 - MODIFIED FOR KMAN v2".
I am only using these librarys:
Do I need the others that you have showing?
are you saying that the ir led needs to be on the board atm?
I have nothing hooked to the uno right now..just my usb cable. I will feel pretty stupid if it has to be connedted to everyhing right now...
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