Please, if possible could you also check voltage of GPIO (Digital outputs and inputs)?
We suspect it could also be 3.3V instead of 5V.
Also, just for confirmation, with your code would it be possible to make WAVGAT behave as a regular UNO?
analogReference(EXTERNAL); // Feeding AREF with 5V
No feeding AREF with 5V give some wrong score.
It looks like here you have lot’s of answers:
This is it. ADC give 4064 as max score. Like there. Without feedeng AREF it works with ref 1.024\2.048\4.096 internal.
System logic level: Factory 5V (can be switched to 3V3 through the pad) but here looks like it’s factory 3,3V. How to switch it? I do not know. I am new to arduino. It’s my first board so I’m learning on this “thing”.
bookaroo give link: GitHub - LGTMCU/Larduino_HSP: Hardware support package for Larduino
this work but if I use this driver LCD I2C does not work properly (LiquidCrystal_I2C.h). Someone know how to fix it? It looks like this driver is better (no errors). If i use
LiquidCrystal_I2C lcd(0x27,16,2); // set the LCD address to 0x27 for a 16 chars and 2 line display
lcd.init(); // initialize the lcd
// Print a message to the LCD.
on screen I can see only “HeA”. always only first letter.
Update LiquidCrystal_I2C to 1.1.2 and it work OK
In both driver there is no way to use EEPROM.h. After reset read ‘0’ whatever write. But how long its work it give proper readings of what you write.So it looks like there is some kind of emulation of EEPROM only. Or I do not know how to use it. Any ideas?
The EEPROM library found on one of the Russian-language websites has been helped here. I do not have any guys from where I downloaded it unfortunately. Because I made a mess in the libraries, I changed its name to EEPROM1.h. Work with those drivers GitHub - LGTMCU/Larduino_HSP: Hardware support package for Larduino
I did not try with those from seller.
It’s only basic but better than nothing. Example:
Serial.print(" - ");
Serial.print(" - ");
The working wavgat flickered the yellow led when connecting the cable.
mine does. yellow led bling some time when conecting the cable.
E2PROM1.zip (5.97 KB)