Hi all, again
I have posted some days ago a couple of topics regarding an Arduino Leonardo. None knew what needed to do.
The problem was that I couldn't get the sensory data from my sensor. It didn't read. The monitor was blank. No numbers. Nothing.
Regarding the sensor:
EVERYTHING it's made just as on the bildr tutorial. Don't ask what and how I did, because all the instructions are on bildr.com
So I went at my local retailer, thinking it was burned (the sensor).
There, at first, the same problem. It didn't worked. It hang out on the I2C. But then it worked somehow by removing the Serial.begin and other Serial.prints from the sensor class. Then it worked.
I got home, happy, I've connected it to my PC, and voila, everything was working like a charm.
To be sure that it's nothing wrong with it, I've reuploaded the SAME code it was on the Arduino at that moment. Then, NOTHING. It didn't work again. I don't have to mention that from that moment, I got only errors when I try to upload to my Arduino. Errors like "USB not recognized" and all this sorts of things. I have a 1/10 chance of having a successful upload (I have Win7 32-bit)
IT'S OBVIOUS that there's nothing wrong with the solderings and the sensor. It's something wrong with the Arduino.
What kind of Arduino is this? I mean, when I buy Arduino, I have some claims. It's a board that's recognized as a product that's easy to use and is bug-free. In this case, Arduino suggests not to be bought.
Can someone explain me what's the problem with this board? You know, I've spend so money to buy it, and I expect something in return.
And here's the library for my ADJDS311 sensor: http://bildr.org/?s=s311