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kevinsarran

Hi need HELP I have a "L298N Module" and I'll like to wire it to the "Arduion Sensor Sheild V5"  which sits on a "Sainsmart MEGA 2560" I hope I explain this good LOL... oh almost forgot I have four motors wire to the L289N Module... any help will be thankful...

anton1o

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Apr 06, 2015, 11:38 am Last Edit: Apr 06, 2015, 12:05 pm by anton1o
Hi.
Possible it's subject on   this page
I 'm in doubt - some input are the repeated in some difference connectors, for example, in BT and Wifi connectors inputs D0,D1 are existed. Same D0, D1 are existed in some other connectors.

1.Does it mean, that it's just doubled same wire from D0 to few connectors?

2.If it, as above, does it mean, that if I use BT connection to this shield, I cant insert wifi connector momentarily to Wi-fi connector in shield?

3.Is it right, that in LCD connectors used just standard arduino inputs, just grouped in some order? Or I can just dummy to connect LCD inputs to LCD, and it will show information? Or need to write code, for each pin to output information to LCD? Or  existed LCD library on this site is fit to this set of pins (in serial LCD and Parallel LCD connectors)?

4.how can I read some variables  values without LCD, just on computer screen, over standard USB port (same, as for I use for boot loader) for example, value from supersonic sensor measurement - which library or sketch can I see for my study, and in which program on PC will be seen it's output from this variable?

5.for example, if i find topic and library in this link and it says about arduino uno pins 13&12, can i be sure that A0,A1 on shield in Ultrasonic connector will be the same? Because on shield D12 & D13 existed too?
And which inputs number need i adressing in my sketches - as write in shield or in arduino board notation?

I'm in very doubt.
Will be acknoledged for any help.
Thanks

ChrisPSR

I don't know quite where all the dribble was aquired in answer to this fellows request for help.

1]  He patently requested the "Schematic diagram for the '
'Arduino Proto Shield V.5' ".

2]  How any research didn't find the manufacturers 'Gawd' only Knows as this board is produced along with many similar others by Adafruit Industries. The complete details can be found at the following link:

https://learn.adafruit.com/downloads/pdf/adafruit-proto-shield-arduino.pdf

The requested schema can be found at the following address

Here's the latest EagleCAD sch http://adafru.it/cmx

And the schema as an image: http://adafru.it/cmz).

Many copy boards can be bought from the Far East carrying the Version number 5, for as little as £1.25 sterling, post paid home.


ChrisPSR
ChrisPSR

westfw

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He patently requested the "Schematic diagram for the ''Arduino Proto Shield V.5' "
That's a lot of condescention to throw on a 2.5y-old thread, especially since you're wrong.
He asked for the schematics of the  "Arduino Sensor Shield v5", which eventually tagged as being from Sainsmart (probably http://www.sainsmart.com/sainsmart-sensor-shield-v5-4-arduino-apc220-bluetooth-analog-module-servo-motor.html )
This is much different from the Adafruit prototype shield...


ChrisPSR

That's a lot of condescention to throw on a 2.5y-old thread, especially since you're wrong.
He asked for the schematics of the  "Arduino Sensor Shield v5", which eventually tagged as being from Sainsmart (probably http://www.sainsmart.com/sainsmart-sensor-shield-v5-4-arduino-apc220-bluetooth-analog-module-servo-motor.html )
This is much different from the Adafruit prototype shield...


I suppose I joined in this aged thread for very similar reasons as yourself old boy. The version 5 shield is the version 5 shield whether its fit with an empty mach box or a gold plated Atmel 328.

Cheers hope we meet again in better and more recent times.
Very many thanks for your interest.
Chris.

ChrisPSR

ShapeShifter

The version 5 shield is the version 5 shield whether its fit with an empty mach box or a gold plated Atmel 328.
Excuse me? The only things the "Arduino Proto Shield V.5" and the "Arduino Sensor Shield v5" have in common are that they are both blue, they both have shield connectors, and they have many of the same words in their name including the same version number. But the difference in their name - Proto vs Sensor - is significant: they are very different boards both electrically and functionally, and serve very different purposes. Other than you bringing it up, the "Arduino Proto Shield V.5" has absolutely nothing to do with this discussion.

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