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gab27

Hi,

does someone know where the baud rate is defined? I look in ArduinoHardware.h, and in the package rosserial_python in serial_node and serial_client. I have changed them but default is always 57600. And yes I know I can define it:
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rosrun rosserial_python serial_node.py _port:=/dev/ttyACM0 _baud:=250000


And second: Is it correct that it works with different baudrates, not just one? And what's the maximum baudrate for an arudino zero?

Thanks

Perehama

For the Zero, it is defined in the ArduinoCore-samd, HardwareSerial.hUart.h and Uart.cpp. You can change it by the command Serial.begin(), SerialUSB.begin(), or Serial1.begin().
F=C/V=(A*s)/V=J/V^2=(W*s)/V^2=(N*m)/V^2=C^2/J=C^2/(N*m)=(s^2*C^2)/(m^2*Kg)=s/Ω=1/(Ω*Hz)=s^2/H

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