Yet another Single Channel Encoder

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_AL_
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Re: Yet another Single Channel Encoder

Post by _AL_ » 12 Mar 2019, 09:56

After a week trying to get my ISP dongle working I gave up & grabbed a new one today. Problem solved.
I've uploaded the sketch just now & hopefully will test it later this week.

I have a part finished GEM replica case here so I'll finish that for this encoder. Hopefully something pretty to post by Sunday.

Al

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Ron
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Re: Yet another Single Channel Encoder

Post by Ron » 12 Mar 2019, 15:35

looking forward to see that Al

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Re: Yet another Single Channel Encoder

Post by Mike_K » 19 Mar 2019, 17:51

I've been finishing an OS Pixie MK2 3D recreation ready for Ponty using my encoder listed here. As there was plenty of space I thought I'd include the low voltage alarm feature. Testing the Arduino on the bench before mounting it and it didn't work. WTF? I tried a couple of versions older sketch/program and it worked OK. So it was back to the PC to compare the older and newer programs and somehow the voltage compare was wrong, well more precisely how the high byte alarm voltage level was read back from the EEPROM.

So I've updated the sketch/program at the start of this thread. For most this will make no difference as they probably won't be using the low voltage alarm anyway. But I thought I ought to make the correction.

Cheers

Mike

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