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1  Using Arduino / Installation & Troubleshooting / Re: AnalogRead() alway is 1023 with Ethernet shield on: May 25, 2011, 06:31:17 pm
Sorry guys about the delay, but the project started to work fine because I changed the ethernet shield. It could be a problem with the analog pins of the ethernet I bought.

Thanks a lot!
Bye
2  Using Arduino / Installation & Troubleshooting / Re: AnalogRead() alway is 1023 with Ethernet shield on: May 17, 2011, 08:18:46 am
What analog pins are you using and does it still occur if you change them?

I use all the pins and still occurs if I change them. All the pins have the same behaviour.

try to not use an external power supply and see if that makes it work.  I just got light sensor / temp sensor / ping and lcd working properly by not using an external power supply, but by using the arduino 5v.  I was also previously getting 1023 (=5v) reading before I switched.  do you have a photo of your setup?

I'm not using a external supply right now, I think should be a possibility. Iwill try to send a photo of the setup in the next days...
3  Using Arduino / Installation & Troubleshooting / AnalogRead() alway is 1023 with Ethernet shield on: May 16, 2011, 03:37:47 pm
My name is Juan and I have a problem with a new Ethernet shield (ver 0056) and a temp sensor (LM35) and a humidity sensor (HIH-4000).

Those sensors are connected to a Duemilanuove analogs input and Arduino is configured in order to know analog values from sensors.

When I try to read the values from the analogs input with just the Duemilanuove I got them excelent, between 0-1023 (without formula conversion).

The problem appears when I try to read values with the new Ethernet shield + Duemilanuove. I can´t read values because all values are always 1023. I don´t change the code inside Arduino.

I checked with a voltmeter if it was a problem with tensions, but I could see it was correct all the time. I tested the Ethernet example and didn´t work.

Could be a problem with input voltage? I use it with a PC/USB supply.

I will appreciate all kind of information.

Thanks!
Regards,
Juan
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