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I AM TRYING TO ACHIEVE THAT THE TWO SENSOR SEND MOVEMENTS READINGS TO THE SERIAL MONITOR THE MAIN ISSUE IS THAT EVEN THOUGH THE PROJECT UPLOAD WITH NO PROBLEMS THE SENSORS SEEMS TO NOT CONNECT HENCE THE MAINLY STUCK IN THE ACTIVE SECTION COULD ANYBODY HELP ME HEREThe main problems are that you
I don't understand where you get 277V from. In Aus we are supposedly 230V phase to neutral although in NSW around 250 is more common until they get the grid sorted out.Because a couple of weeks ago I had to replace our reflow convection oven. They run 480 VAC 3-phase. The electrician checked the voltages as a final step. Phase-to-phase was about 485 volts. Each one a couple of volts different. Also checked volts to common and they were about 280 volts with a couple of volt variation.
it displays a graph showing values over a period of timeWhat values? How is the data in the graph related to what it sent to the Arduino? More specifically, perhaps, is why does that relationship need to exist?
Thank you again for your reply. interest is appreciated.no, the requirement in your code is that the pulse is timed. you are using :
Because the required rpm is a float. ie, setpointVariable. I have thought about and I think I even tried multiplying x 10 and then dividing by 10 after the timing is calculated but that didn't seem to work.
pulseTime = micros() - oldPulseTime;