I did think of both ways, either time stamp and data, or continuous data.
I suppose I like the idea of a memory timer as well though :)
SD card I remember reading it’s easy to access...
How about using a sort of sample compression?
Instead of storing the state at a fixed interval have a 24bit 10, 50 or 100Hz tick counter running. Whenever something changes state you store the...
What if you use another medium; SD card would be perfect.
I still do have to save coin 1 and player 1 buttons. If the bot doesn’t start the game itself it won’t be synced to the game.
The current program is saving a byte ten times per second, and...
Thanks guys - I'll look at getting a DH22 as I need something more precise given that this will be monitoring the humidity in my snakes enclosure.
As Richard has stated, the DHT11 doesn't seem to be too accurate in his experience.
As far as your readings go 39 00 16 23
This is 35% RH and 22c Temp.
Just use dht for RH and dht...
brain fade due to lack of coffee divide 256 is of course correct
attached the blue is a dht11 the red a dht22 in the same room
Well I've now soldered the wires direct to the sensor, and plugged the wires directly into the header on the EasyPIC5 board.
Dht(0) - 4 now reads 38 00 19 00 1F with a hum/256 value of...
Dividing hum by 256 gives a reading of 35 on the LCD. The values for dht(1) to (5) are 39 00 16 00 23
I'm still not satisfied the sensor is working right, and this is the second one I've tried
Guys thanks for your continued input.
using the #hum/100 gives 87% as the value, which to me seems rather humid, especially when the indoor humidity according to my maplins weather station says...