Eric

  • idorel77 replied to the topic nightly 2 in the forum UDOO 3 years, 3 months ago

    @Eric, nop, not working.

  • @Eric

    Thanks for the heads up. Do you know if anyone has tested it on any smaller cell phones? My problem is I need some kind of monitor that will fit inside the dimensions of a 1.5 din radio. Approx, 188mm x 85mm. I know nothing is going to fit it exactly but as long as the display is inside those dimensions I can fill the rest of the space up…[Read more]

  • @Eric

    Thanks for the heads up. Do you know if anyone has tested it on any smaller cell phones? My problem is I need some kind of monitor that will fit inside the dimensions of a 1.5 din radio. Approx, 188mm x 85mm. I know nothing is going to fit it exactly but as long as the display is inside those dimensions I can fill the rest of the space up…[Read more]

  • that_kid replied to the topic Autosense shield for Due in the forum Other 3 years, 7 months ago

    @eric wrote:

    What’s your thoughts on fets vs a nice beefy PNP transistor (to supply 12v instead of ground).

    The fets have lower internal resistance so they will pass more current and create less heat.

  • -Jeff- replied to the topic HDTuner ideas.. in the forum Suggestions 3 years, 7 months ago

    @eric wrote:

    I can take some pics of what you need to do to directly hookup the tuner to the Arduino. When I post those I’ll also make sure an updated Arduino firmware is posted along with a new Autosense build. You’ll need to update

  • -Jeff- replied to the topic HDTuner ideas.. in the forum Suggestions 3 years, 7 months ago

    @eric wrote:

    Hmmm. I just put the radio in HD seek mode and it didn’t find a single HD station in my area. Maybe I need a better antenna? Or maybe there isn’t any HD Stations, I don’t know. I’ll have to see what I can find.[/quote:1

  • that_kid replied to the topic HDTuner ideas.. in the forum Suggestions 3 years, 7 months ago

    @eric wrote:

    Wow cheap. I may get one as well. It’s always nice to have a test unit and a “production” unit.

    Exactly what i was thinking. I am going to pick up another one myself. At this price it’s har

  • -Jeff- replied to the topic HDTuner ideas.. in the forum Suggestions 3 years, 7 months ago

    @eric wrote:

    Something else I just thought of. Volume. The HD Tuner doesn’t have volume control, and the Android table won’t be able to do anything.
    So, you’ll need an amplifier for the speakers, and then you’d set the volume of all

  • -Jeff- replied to the topic HDTuner ideas.. in the forum Suggestions 3 years, 7 months ago

    @eric wrote:

    I was thinking some connections for the temperature sensors and stuff to make them easy to plug in and unplug if needed

    Oh, that would be nice, but then if you sell the shield, include the connectors for

  • -Jeff- replied to the topic HDTuner ideas.. in the forum Suggestions 3 years, 7 months ago

    @eric wrote:

    I’m thinking of making a shield for the Due that includes the audio switch, EEPROM, and some better terminals for attaching wires. Is there anything you’d like to see to make things easier?

    Nothing I can

  • -Jeff- replied to the topic HDTuner ideas.. in the forum Suggestions 3 years, 7 months ago

    @eric wrote:

    Yes it will be supported on the Due, unless something unforeseeable happens, but I see no reason it won’t work.
    The Audio is the toughest part. The UDOO board is audio in, but I don’t think it works on Android, at least n

  • -Jeff- replied to the topic HDTuner ideas.. in the forum Suggestions 3 years, 7 months ago

    @eric wrote:

    You’ll be happy to know I’ve got the HD Tuner working. I need to finish the command set, and parse the output sent back, which will take a while to complete. But I’ve got the very beginnings functioning.
    Unfortunately

  • -Jeff- replied to the topic Due EEPROM in the forum Arduino Due 3 years, 7 months ago

    @eric wrote:

    If that doesn’t work, I’d suggest delete the button, reconfigure the Arduino, and resetup the button. There have been a lot of changes in the code.

    Sounds good.. might not get to it until tomorrow thoug

  • -Jeff- replied to the topic Due EEPROM in the forum Arduino Due 3 years, 7 months ago

    @eric wrote:

    If you go all the way into the homescreen editor and click the button you want to edit, the bottom has an OK and Cancel button. The OK button saves that button info.

    ok I will give it a try..

  • -Jeff- replied to the topic Due EEPROM in the forum Arduino Due 3 years, 7 months ago

    @eric wrote:

    You may need to to into the home screen editor and just click save just to update the info.

    there is a save button on the home screen editor?

  • -Jeff- replied to the topic Due EEPROM in the forum Arduino Due 3 years, 7 months ago

    @eric wrote:

    Hmmm, you shouldn’t need to reset any defaults.
    Which trigger have you used for pin 6? Setup your pin as follows: Mode: Output, Trigger: Button, and Action: Toggle. Then in Appearance/Home Screen/Setup Home Screen, add

  • -Jeff- replied to the topic Due EEPROM in the forum Arduino Due 3 years, 7 months ago

    @eric wrote:

    Have you installed the latest nightly? I believe I fixed this issue as I was having it too

    No I have not, been I can give it a try

  • -Jeff- replied to the topic Temperature sensor in the forum Suggestions 3 years, 7 months ago

    @eric wrote:

    The ones I have are from Seeedstudio. The math they suggested gives me the wrong result, so I’ve adjus

  • -Jeff- replied to the topic Temperature sensor in the forum Suggestions 3 years, 7 months ago

    @eric wrote:

    I’ve added the ability to add an analog temperature sensor too, since I’ve got a couple. They aren’t as accurate from my findings, and the math varies between sensors. So it’s kinda hit and miss for ones that work. The

  • @eric wrote:

    Thanks for the tip. I use OSX, and in fact don’t have a Windows box in the house. I’ve put a note in the guide and hopefully should help.

    Once you get the latest software all setup, it should run until you reset the Ar

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