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by p0lyg0n1
26 Oct 2017 12:32
Forum: Z-Uno
Topic: Input current on A0 higher as soon as I read A1
Replies: 13
Views: 6562

Re: Input current on A0 higher as soon as I read A1

Thank you, Peter. I am sorry for "basics" in the previous post. I didn't understand the main problem deep enough. It's an interesting challenge for us anyway. We don't use ADC very often in our projects. It looks that we have to dig deeper ;-) The time has come. It will be cool if you create a libra...
by p0lyg0n1
26 Oct 2017 03:00
Forum: Z-Uno
Topic: Input current on A0 higher as soon as I read A1
Replies: 13
Views: 6562

Re: Input current on A0 higher as soon as I read A1

Oh, I see. I think that I can make a small example for you and I will test ADC using it. I'll try to do it tomorrow, but I have a lot of work... May be I need a couple of days... I can give you a brief list of principles first. So, first of all you have to use a voltage divider to scale output of se...
by p0lyg0n1
25 Oct 2017 17:33
Forum: Z-Uno
Topic: Input current on A0 higher as soon as I read A1
Replies: 13
Views: 6562

Re: Input current on A0 higher as soon as I read A1

I check it asap. What is the purpose to use the internal voltage reference(1.2V)? Did you see the same behavior in previous versions?
by p0lyg0n1
25 Oct 2017 16:46
Forum: Z-Uno
Topic: Compiler Bug? local arrays not initialised correctly
Replies: 19
Views: 7437

Re: Compiler Bug? local arrays not initialised correctly

Looks like a mangling problem in compiler. We didn't test new local array features with long method names. Can you provide a code of library for tests?
by p0lyg0n1
21 Oct 2017 01:56
Forum: Z-Uno
Topic: Enable Hardware Watchdog
Replies: 15
Views: 6460

Re: Enable Hardware Watchdog

Arduino boards has AVR microchips installed on it. Z-Uno uses another architecture (i8051). AVR has about 256 bytes of stack and doesn't run another code at the same time. Z-Uno has just about 130bytes of stack and it runs two firmwares in the same time: main firmware that makes all Z-Wave processin...
by p0lyg0n1
21 Oct 2017 01:28
Forum: Z-Uno
Topic: Compilation error with 2.1.1 release
Replies: 5
Views: 2875

Re: Compilation error with 2.1.1 release

The problem with local libraries was fixed. It was ok on 1.6.5, but in IDE 1.8.5 temporary directory of sketch has another structure. We didn't test it with auxiliary files yet. You was the first man with local libraries & IDE version 1.8.5. Please reinstall packets. Looks like we will use another v...
by p0lyg0n1
20 Oct 2017 01:35
Forum: Z-Uno
Topic: Compilation error with 2.1.1 release
Replies: 5
Views: 2875

Re: Compilation error with 2.1.1 release

I think that's not a good idea to increase the number of release version when we only fixed one bug. Anyway we try to fix them asap:) Can you provide a whole code? (publicate it there, or via PM). I need to reproduce the bevavior of the compiler. The style of coding differs from one programmer to an...
by p0lyg0n1
19 Oct 2017 17:51
Forum: Z-Uno
Topic: Compilation error with 2.1.1 release
Replies: 5
Views: 2875

Re: Compilation error with 2.1.1 release

Fixed. Please reinstall package: 1. remove all zip-files from C:\Users\<USERNAME>\AppData\Local\Arduino15\staging\packages\ in your case it will be C:\Users\Albertu Knopfloch\AppData\Local\Arduino15\staging\packages\ 2. remove C:\Users\<USERNAME>\AppData\Local\Arduino15\packages\Z-Uno in your case i...
by p0lyg0n1
03 Oct 2017 12:59
Forum: Z-Uno
Topic: I have made an attempt at improving the BH1750 demo sketch and it is available for comment
Replies: 7
Views: 3548

Re: I have made an attempt at improving the BH1750 demo sketch and it is available for comment

It's really wonderful to have great beta-testers! I have an idea... I try to reproduce it and fix this in compiler. Thank you!
Another idea is to split your sketch to library and the main part. It will be cool to fix the code and make it reusable.
by p0lyg0n1
03 Oct 2017 12:52
Forum: Z-Uno
Topic: New 2.1.1 test build is ready!
Replies: 17
Views: 8179

Re: New 2.1.1 test build is ready!

Try to check the compiler on Windows. Looks like I forgot the right separator in path.