Is it possible to use PLX-DAQ in combination with a APC220? I'm able to print and read the prints using a serial monitor program, but PLX-DAQ doesn't see anything. It recognises that the COM port is in use and able to connect, but nothing in the spreadsheet or raw data logger.
Is there any way i can store each data in different column??
I want to know how can we find number of rows in which data is already stored so that when next time I reconnect my module it stores data after that.
I'm using Excel 2019 with v2.11.
I can view the data from the Arduino pro-micro in the "display direct debug" box in Excel, but nothing will display in the Excel spreadsheet cells.
I'm using a very simple sketch as the example provided with 2.11
Mr NetDevil!Thank you for the tool you've made!
The measurement will be taken up to 5000 times a second so every 0,2 usec. Is it possible to send data via serial connection via PLX-DAQ at that speed - 1 byte per 0.2 micro second? It is 5k Bytes a second. Probably the serial connection should be 57 600 kbps or higher, right?
Next thing: after the data is loaded to excel i will process it and then i want the processed data to be sent back to arduino over serial. But this time the device will replicate the measured profile at much slower speed. As arduino doesn't have much memory for the buffer to receive all the data from serial is it possible to monitor if the arduino buffer is full and to stop data transfer over serial until arduino have a room for the next data. Is it possible to make arduino to initiate the data transfer from excel when it is ready to replicate the profile?
Or maybe esp8266 for that?;/
NetDevil attached is the output
Not seeing the issue according to the Beginner Guide "All communication will be done by Serial.println commands just like the commands you use to send from Arduino to monitor in your Arduino IDE Serial Monitor."