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camilo.n1012

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I would keep the same way as yours, but I will use values ​​of a voltage sensor and a current sensor. And I would use ethernet. Does your steps are essentially the same?
camilo.n1012 (author)  ettore_coutinho5 months ago
Hi, yes, steps are essentially the same, but remember that the sensors (anyone) must have a different function in code. If you have more questions, tell me if I can help you c:

Regards !
thanks a lot, certainly I will need your help, because I am making my project, and if I have doubts I will send the codes for you see and you try help me. Ok?

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