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Hi,I want to know if it still work when using a smaller Anti Static Bags?
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That's perfectly normal and nothing to apology for. Just keep on learning :)
Apologies for the noob question ! but i was unsure :) thanks for the help !
I'm sorry but I don't get you properly. I'll just elaborate ny problem. I'm doing the sensors for a sign language translator glove. I'm testing it using Arduino uno. I connected the sensor through a voltage divider circuit with a 15k resistor. I observed the ADC output on the serial monitor. For one trial, for a fully stretched finger, I got values from 360-400 . For a later trial, I got values in a different range for the same finger position. So that makes it difficult for me to fix the range of values for each finger position.
I need some help regarding the calibration of the bend sensor. The change in resistance corresponding to each bend is there, but the value doesn't seem to be the same everytime. So eventually it becomes difficult for me to write the code. How do I overcome this problem? I'm using Arduino Uno for the testing.
1) The same way you would with normal ones, except you need to play around with reaistance in circuit.2) highly dubt it, but id yes a bunch of resistors will do the job. )Tutorial there ia for a reason?
Hi, I will need to make six of these for a glove im using to control some servos with an arduino uno. 1. How do I interface these with the arduino 2. Will i need the voltage divider ? (3) How do i make one ?
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