Last post by Juraj - Today at 11:09 am
ok. in your post you write Serial Monitor, but you mean Serial interface. Serial Monitor is a window in IDE.
your code for reading the data looses the characters. read about Serial input basics
Last post by Robin2 - Today at 11:09 am
If you edit your Original Post you can change the title to describe what you want help with - perhaps "How to create PCB test fixture"
Last post by matella - Today at 11:06 am
Muchas gracias por responder, después de hacer varias pruebas y de las dificultades voy a utilizar la placa de relés que tenía al principio. En cuanto tenga algo más realizado os pondré alguna foto para ver que consejos me podéis dar en base a vuestra experiencia.
Last post by westfw - Today at 11:03 am
I meant this was the selection throughout!
Not if it actually said:
Expected signature for ATMEGA328P is 1E 95 0F Double check chip, or use -F to override this check.
Last post by Robin2 - Today at 11:03 am
I tried another stepper as well but the same problem..
Changing the motor should not make any difference.
Try a different stepper driver - my guess is that the one you have been trying has a fault.
Last post by w31x - Today at 11:03 am
I would like to make a light chaser with the 74hc595 and let it run in a kind of wave. The first led is faded and getting brighter and brighter.
The whole thing should be realized with a shift register, because I want to drive many leds so.
I have found this program (including video) for Arduinocontroller like the Uno here -> timodenk.com/blog/shiftregister-pwm-library/
It is about synchronizing the interrupts of the timer with the frequency of the ESP. However, I am not so deep in the programming that I could realize this alone for the ESP8266, so I hope here in the forum are a few people who can help me with this program.
Sry dann habe ich mich geirrt.
Macht ja nichts, wir lernen alle dazu.
Last post by Robin2 - Today at 11:01 am
I imagine it would be possible to get a servo that would be capable of operating the steered wheels. Very powerful servos are available, if needed.
A servo will be the easiest option mechanically, electrically and program-wise.
An alternative. And probably cheaper.
Last post by matella - Today at 11:01 am
Muchas gracias por vuestras respuesta compañeros, al final he hecho lo que me ha recomendado surbyte.