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  • Adafruit Feather NRF52 Custom Controls, No Coding Required

    Very interesting!Can you use App Inventor "BLE" extension to connect the "Adafruit Feather nRF52 Bluefruit LE"?? I have been researching about this, the adafruit product page says that their board is compatible with "Bluetooth Low Energy 2.4GHz"...so, by your experience, is possible use app inventor directly with the feather nrf52832 without changing their bootloader or BT stack????

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  • JuanToño commented on JuanToño's instructable Learning Morse!!1 year ago
    Learning Morse!!

    Hi EdagrM97!The problem is the LCD I2C library that you have installed.There are differents types of I2C chips embedded in some LCDs. I suggest check the part number of the I2C chip that is behing your LCD and google it like: "(your i2c chip) LCDI2C arduino library. Othe thing you can do is change the LCD library for the library that works in your LCD. Test a single skecth with only your LCD to see if that library works and then use that library in the Morse sketch.HappyHacking

    Hi EdagrM97!The problem is the LCD I2C library that you have installed.There are differents types of I2C chips embedded in some LCDs. I suggest check the part number of the I2C chip that is behing your LCD and google it like: "(your i2c chip) LCDI2C arduino library. Othe thing you can do is change the LCD library for the library that works in your LCD. Test a single skecth with only your LCD to see if that library works and then use that library in the Morse sketch.HappyHacking

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  • JuanToño commented on JuanToño's instructable Learning Morse!!3 years ago
    Learning Morse!!

    ;) Any other doubt, you can ask meRegards!

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  • JuanToño commented on JuanToño's instructable Learning Morse!!3 years ago
    Learning Morse!!

    Hi, Sure!, I'm using the Serial monitor to "translate" almost any word to morse automatically. If you want to make a traditional morse code machine (input each letter using a button to create dots and dashes), you can use one push button and a buzzer without using an arduino or even code! Something like the image in the link below, only change the LED by a Buzzer :)http://www.codeproject.com/KB/boards-embedded-devices/845211/4.5_ab.jpg

    Hi, Sure!, I'm using the Serial monitor to "translate" almost any word to morse automatically. If you want to make a traditional morse code machine (input each letter using a button to create dots and dashes), you can use one push button and a buzzer without using an arduino or even code! Something like the image in the link below, only change the LED by a Buzzer :)http://www.codeproject.com/KB/boards-embedded-devices/845211/4.5_ab.jpg

    Hi, Sure!, Iám using the Serial monitor to "translate" almost any word to morse automatically. If you want to make a traditional morse code machine (input each letter using a button to create dots and dashes), you can use one push button and a buzzer without using an arduino or even code! Something like the image in the link, only change the LED by a Buzzer :)http://www.codeproject.com/KB/boards-embedded-devices/845211/4.5_ab.jpg

    Hi, Sure!, I'm using the Serial monitor to "translate" almost any word to morse automatically. If you want to make a traditional morse code machine (input each letter using a button to create dots and dashes), you can use one push button and a buzzer without using an arduino or even code! Something like the image in the link below, only change the LED by a Buzzer :)http://www.codeproject.com/KB/boards-embedded-devices/845211/4.5_ab.jpg

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  • JuanToño commented on JuanToño's instructable Learning Morse!!3 years ago
    Learning Morse!!

    Hmm Do you mean connect the output of the Arduino (Morse signals), to an arduino pin? In that case, sure, that is possible!, only attach the output of the morse code to an arduino input. But If you are using only one arduino board, you can change the code to have more than one outputs with the morse key, even you can manipulate the code to have the morse key in one output pin, and in other pin have the morse key plus your operations, changes and generate a new pulse

    Hmm Do you mean connect the output of the Arduino (Morse signals), to an arduino pin? In that case, sure, that is possible!, only attach the output of the morse key to an arduino input. But If you are using only one arduino board, you can change the code to have more than one outputs with the morse key, even you can manipulate the code to have the morse key in one output pin, and in other pin have the morse key plus your operations/changes/algorithms and generate a new pulse

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