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Robin2

I think it is time for this to move to Bar Sport

...R
Two or three hours spent thinking and reading documentation solves most programming problems.

Johnny010

I think it is time for this to move to Bar Sport

...R
I think it is time to mark this as the collapse of intelligent civilisation.

dave-in-nj

digitalWrite(topic, barsport);



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Massacre = Automation - Human;

travis_farmer

out of curiosity, if one was to use two or more arduinos in a fail-safe redundant setup, how would the changeover take place?

all i can come up with is to use optoisolation for all the I/O.

mainly a thought experiment, and i was just curious.

~Travis
My GitHub: https://github.com/travisfarmer?tab=repositories
rfid_reader (Library), ServerTempCtrl (Project)

Qdeathstar

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Today at 08:49 pm Last Edit: Today at 08:51 pm by Qdeathstar
I think you would need a third to monitor for disagreement between the arduino and sound an alarm if they disagree, not take over, since there is no way of knowing which arduino has the fault
A creaking creeping shadow
stiff against the freezing fog
glares at a tickless watch.

Time has failed him -- all things shall pass.

travis_farmer

Hmm, either that or daisy-chain them, and use heart-beat signals for health monitoring.

~Travis
My GitHub: https://github.com/travisfarmer?tab=repositories
rfid_reader (Library), ServerTempCtrl (Project)

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