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  • enigmatheatre
    started a topic Arduino Plugin V1.0.0.36.

    Arduino Plugin V1.0.0.36.

    This thread is to discuss the Arduino Plugin V1.0.0.36 that is in the updater.

  • alexis64
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    Official relese

    Hello Greig

    As I can see, there is a BETA version 131 but official release is just v.36 still

    When you expect to release new official version?

    I have 3 arduino boards in use (v36) and I have a plan to connect more soon
    but to use new version should I adapt (reprogram) my old boards or is it possible to install more then 1 arduino plugins with different versions?


    BR

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  • enigmatheatre
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    Originally posted by Conrad_Turbo View Post
    Can multiple analog inputs on various boards work with these new versions of the plugin? No lag anymore?
    You would have to test this on your setup. I have done lots of work on this so if you are still seeing problems then get back to me.

    Greig.

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  • Conrad_Turbo
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    Can multiple analog inputs on various boards work with these new versions of the plugin? No lag anymore?

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  • rprade
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    Originally posted by mlconti View Post
    Sorry, this is a Digital input - The voltage reading was taken with my volt meter.
    I have had no problems whatsoever with digital inputs, digital outputs or PWM outputs. My 3 production boards and 1 test board have been perfect for more than a year. They are all Arduino Megas with Ethernet Shields.

    4 times a day I run tests on all 4 boards and get a notice if any test fails and log the delay. The test is to turn on an output that is connected to an input, look for the input to change and log an error if it takes more than 1 second. I have gotten about 4 messages in a year. I also log the time it takes to do this round trip and it is always around a half second. Here is test sequence from 4:00 PM today.

    Jun-05 4:00:00 PM Event Event Trigger "Arduino Testing and Utilities Arduino test - board 4 pass"
    Jun-05 4:00:00 PM Event Event Trigger "Arduino Testing and Utilities Arduino test - board 4 pass"
    Jun-05 4:00:00 PM Event Event Trigger "Arduino Testing and Utilities Arduino test - board 2 pass"
    Jun-05 4:00:00 PM Event Event Trigger "Arduino Testing and Utilities Arduino test - board 1 pass"
    Jun-05 4:00:01 PM Delay Arduino board digital delay test completion time 00:00:00.5819623


    You will note that all four tests completed within the same second and they are run sequentially, board 1 completion begins board 2 - board 2 completions begins board 3...

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  • mlconti
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    Originally posted by rprade View Post
    If this is an analog input, I know there have been some others reporting anomalies. Unfortunately, I do not use analog inputs, so I really cannot help much. If I get some time later this week, I can try on my test board.

    Sorry, this is a Digital input - The voltage reading was taken with my volt meter.

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  • rprade
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    Originally posted by mlconti View Post
    Running the Beta version - My input is not updating as expected. I can trigger the input and I see it change (open contact) so 0 volts. I can then close the contact and I show 3.7volt approx on the input yet I have to reset the arduino to get the update. Anyone else seeing this?
    If this is an analog input, I know there have been some others reporting anomalies. Unfortunately, I do not use analog inputs, so I really cannot help much. If I get some time later this week, I can try on my test board.

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  • mlconti
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    Input issues on Beta

    Originally posted by mlconti View Post
    I tried the Beta plug in and that fixed the issue! Thanks for the advise, I did not think to look to see if Greig had loaded a new beta.
    Running the Beta version - My input is not updating as expected. I can trigger the input and I see it change (open contact) so 0 volts. I can then close the contact and I show 3.7volt approx on the input yet I have to reset the arduino to get the update. Anyone else seeing this?

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  • mlconti
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    Originally posted by rprade View Post
    You might want to try v1.0.0.103. It is in the BETA section at the bottom of the plug-in management page. There have been a lot of changes since 1.0.0.36 that improve board connection and configuration.
    I tried the Beta plug in and that fixed the issue! Thanks for the advise, I did not think to look to see if Greig had loaded a new beta.

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  • rprade
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    Originally posted by mlconti View Post
    Should be the current version 1.0.0.36
    You might want to try v1.0.0.103. It is in the BETA section at the bottom of the plug-in management page. There have been a lot of changes since 1.0.0.36 that improve board connection and configuration.

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  • usLEDsupply
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    My computer is a bit slower and started having the same issue once i added several boards

    What i have to do is disable all the other plugins and restart homeseer then open it up and make the changes i want then enable all the other plugins again

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  • mlconti
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    Originally posted by rprade View Post
    What version of the plug-in are you running?
    Should be the current version 1.0.0.36

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  • rprade
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    Originally posted by mlconti View Post
    Anyone have the issue of adding a new board and the setup screen not being built? I have added board #3 and it adds the board, but the setup drop down never populates. I have tried removing it and adding it again and still no luck, my first board seems to be the only one that populates consistently.

    Any feedback would be appreciated.
    What version of the plug-in are you running?

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  • mlconti
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    Arduino Setup not building

    Anyone have the issue of adding a new board and the setup screen not being built? I have added board #3 and it adds the board, but the setup drop down never populates. I have tried removing it and adding it again and still no luck, my first board seems to be the only one that populates consistently.

    Any feedback would be appreciated.

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  • craigzych
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    I know it says there is an api for sending custom values but where can I see the information on how to do this? I would like to send the ph and orp of my pool thru serially connected atlas scientific stamps. Want to make sure this isn't past my level of knowledge before I purchase everything.

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