|11-10-2014 01:18 PM|
|11-10-2014 09:11 AM|
|HunterX||Hey bigD how are you doing? How are the boards working. Are you using the Atlas Ph chip. I noticed it in the picture of your boards. If so what version and how is it working for you. Mine runs great when I load only their code. When I add their code to my sketch it starts responding funny after it reports the PH 12 times. It reports more then 1 reading per line which makes it very hard to display the PH reading on the LCD.|
|11-08-2014 06:51 PM|
I got 14ga at lowes. The sell by foot. I think it was around $0.30/ft
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|11-08-2014 06:21 PM|
|bigd603||The biggest I could find at RadioShack last night was 18. Think that's OK? I haven't opened it so I could still return it.|
|11-08-2014 12:54 PM|
|11-07-2014 03:51 PM|
|bigd603||Hey guys, its been a while. What gauge wire do you recommend to connect between the terminal strips and the plugs?|
|10-09-2014 08:31 PM|
Do you have the atlas ph board? If so I have a few questions for you.
|08-22-2014 03:41 PM|
|08-22-2014 03:27 PM|
The timer library also has "Alarm.alarmOnce" instead of "Alarm.repeat". You could just kick that off when you start, with the Once timer set to kick off 5 seconds later. Go through the readme, it's pretty easy to use.
|08-22-2014 03:04 PM|
|mistergreen||Alarm.delay(5) means to check up on all Alarms & timers every 5 milliseconds (the internal loop). You can do Alarm.delay(0) if you don't want any delay for the Alarms class.|
|08-22-2014 02:59 PM|
|08-22-2014 02:55 PM|
|08-22-2014 02:51 PM|
I think I'm going to give it a shot. I'll rewrite my code this weekend and let everyone know how it went. Thanks for the info Hobby.
|08-22-2014 02:45 PM|
I don't see why TimeAlarms would skip time set in seconds. It has an internal loop where it checks up on time from what I remember when I looked at the library code.
|08-22-2014 02:20 PM|
That does look like it would make my code more simple but I have a question. Say I wanted to turn something on at and exact second and then turn it off at an exact second. Have you seen any issues where the areduing misses that second and skips that alarm. I have an automatic feeder connected to my Arduino. I drive it through a transister using the 5 volts from the Arduino. It takes 5 seconds for it to complete 1 feed cycle. I turn it on say at (11,05,01) and turn it off at (11,05,04). What do you think?
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