Hi I am using the libraries in v1 of the IDE and am having problems with them. They worked in the old version.
I get the error message
In file included from sketch_mar26a.cpp:1: /Applications/Arduino v1.0.app/Contents/Resources/Java/libraries/Ports/Ports.h:239: error: conflicting return type specified for 'virtual void UartPlug::write(byte)' /Applications/Arduino v1.0.app/Contents/Resources/Java/hardware/arduino/cores/arduino/Print.h:48: error: overriding 'virtual size_t Print::write(uint8_t)'
I am going to be using this for a project where i will be buying 50 so I am within the limits of small quantities. I really wish sparkfun or adafruit would sell them with a breakout board (hint hint) to make development easier
Hi I am working on a low power product that requires an epaper display. I am deciding between the Kent choristic display or a pervasive displays epaper one The pervasive displays one runs over SPI and works in a similar manner to a TFT http://www.filedropper.com/eg020as01420inch The kent has some pretty good libraries written for it already by Timm at http://tim.cexx.org/ http://www.filedropper.com/25138b128x32cog I was wondering if anyone has any experience with the displays and would using standard LCD libraries with little modification work for the Pervasive display?
i am designing a custom arduino PCB and I plan on using an ATmega328. I am going to run the whole thing at 3.3V Can I connect an SD card directly into the chip or do i still require extra components? If so can someone please explain the pinout. Thanks in advance.
Hi I have got one of Wiznet's new W5200 packages the WIZ820io and I cannot seem to figure out how to connect the power down pin on it and allow my arduino to shut down the module. Would I just connect it to one of the digital pins? How do I wake it up? Also if it has a DHCP lease will it have to get a new one when it powers up again?
Ok I figured out that all the +ve pins for voltage input on the arduino are all connected. Now all I need is a way to switch to the battery when my 9V power supply cuts. The battery will have a voltage of 7.4V, would I be able to use a transistor to select the highest voltage coming in from the 2 supplies?