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Receiving and sending data between Attiny85 (Arduino IDE 1.06) UPDATED Nov 2015
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Good end product, but it needs more explanation, perhaps divide it into more steps and go into better detail.
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I don't want to be rude, but none of these are even remotely LEDs. They're crude incandescent lights. LED stands for light emitting diode, these aren't at all diodes. Cools idea though.
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I haven't used NRF24L01 but from what I gathered from a quick google, they use the same frequencies but have different physical layer implementation. The ESP8266 has all the functionality to connect to wifi but NRF24L01 doesn't. So there might not be a way to have them talk to each other. You can certainly make one NRF24L01 talk to another NRF24L01.
Were u able to finish this successfully??
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I have the same problem. I'm using v1.6.9 IDE and installed 1.0.1 attiny on it via update on the preferences and pasting "https://raw.githubusercontent.com/damellis/attiny/ide-1.6.x-boards-manager/package_damellis_attiny_index.json" Is there any fix for this?
Thanks buddy. I've figured out my mistake. I am using Mega 2560 and I was following the pins for Arduino Uno. Mega 2560 uses the pins 50 51 52 53 for uploading the program to attiny85. On the other hand, A. Uno uses pins 10, 11, 12 and 13. :D
So what I've found out is that the error basically means that the Arduino doesn't know the Attiny is there at all. I had this issue about three months ago and I haven't messed with the Attiny until yesterday, and it worked just fine. Unfortunately, I can't help you out because I have no idea what I may or may not have changed. I can tell you that I'm using the Arduino v1.6.8 IDE from Arduino.cc (not Arduino.org) with the 1.0.1 attiny. I wish I could be of more help.
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How familiar are you (or your friend) with Arduino? I think the way to go would be to use a RTC (Real Time Clock) to keep track of the time, then it would be simple to enter your schedule and have it turn on and off the relays when you want them to.
If you're still working on this I can try to be of some aid, but I have a few questions first. When you say 5-80v, is that open circuit voltage? Meaning are you simply putting a voltmeter across it to measure? Also, what kind of current can you get from it? You want to charge 4 series 20Ah lead acid (I assume) batteries, so you'll need a good amount of current.
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1:int total1 = cs_4_2.capacitiveSensor(30);2:Serial.println(total1);3:int total2 = cs_5_7.capacitiveSensor(30);when these three lines together the capacitance of 4.2 i have to touch it sevral time to turn the LED on and seral times to turn it off. by commenting line 3 with pins 5.7, 4.2 works fine. any idea why
1:int total1 = cs_4_2.capacitiveSensor(30);2:Serial.println(total1);3:int total2 = cs_5_7.capacitiveSensor(30);when these three lines together the capacitance of 4.2 i have to touch it several time to turn the LED on and sevral times to turn it off. by commenting line 3 with pins 5.7, 4.2 works fine. any idea why
@dudes, is there a way to make this function like a press button instead of a toggle ON/OFF? As in the LED will only be HIGH when total1 > 60 while still debouncing as 1 button ?press
is there a way to make this function like a press button instead of a toggle ON/OFF? As in the LED will only be HIGH when total1 > 60 while still debouncing as 1 button press?
@dudes, is there a way to make this function like a press button instead of a toggle ON/OFF? As in the LED will only be HIGH when total1 > 60 while still debouncing as 1 button press?
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