Guys, need some help.
I'm working on a project of a single channel pulse proportional thermostat. For those that may not know, I already have a four channel version which has been running in...
Thank you for sharing. However you may want to add more explanation for people new to this. I could see this becoming a tutorial...
Heres a code example that i have used to set an RTC by a serial input, its probably not the most efficient code, but it works and could help some of you out
It converts the Decimal input...
a pid_out of 65535 would be interpreted as - 1 by your code and therefore ignored
you have no code to call this routine
Well I did say it was late !
OK that works - and gives a better result for when the current temperature is below the set point, but gives values of 655xx when the curent temp exceeds the setpoint....
You say that I should use a low priority interrupt for sending all my bytes?
Don’t know why it would interfere with an interrupt, but I mean this
is no better than doing the same thing with software serial.
The led won’t turn...
I'm with henrik on this
if you were to use an interrupt routine to output for your 8 bytes of data then that would impact on your other interrupts , pbp style irqs done with dt_ints have some ...
Can’t you either divide the 2768 by 10, or multiply the 280 by 10 first?
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