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  • in reply to: Motors not working with evive Firmware #5969

    dhrupal93
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    Just a follow up on earlier – seems like there is very little power available to the motors, one hardly turns. Any way to increase the amount of power available from the pwm output?

    -E Walker

    in reply to: Compilation error: 'A9' was not declared in this scope #5737

    dhrupal93
    Keymaster

    Actually you have selected wrong Board as “Arduino/Genuino Uno” in place of  “Arduino/Genuino Mega or Mega 2560”.

    arduino uno

    Please select the correct board as shown in following image

    evive select mega

    Arduino Uno has only 6 Analog to Digital (ADC) channels A0 to A5, but evive has 10 ADC Pins A0-A6 and A12 to A15.

    in reply to: help #3060

    dhrupal93
    Keymaster

    Hi @chris
    So the potentiometer test code is running fine as the LED on Pin 13 is blinking as we move the Pot 1 (connected to A9 in evive. Since we are not using the TFT (as we have not wrote any code for that yet), it will be idle (grey or show history). Once, we load the program in evive/Arduino and device is powered, it will just start running continuously. As we power the micro-controller in evive, firstly the Arduino’s Setup function will run for one time and then it will continuously run loop function (forever in general sense). If we upload any other code, the previous one will get erased and the new one will be stored there (in Flash Memory).

    To load back evive’s firmware, you need to upload the firmware [find here] again.

    Also have a look at the documentation of  loading multiple user programs and run as and when required.
    https://evive.cc/evive-documentation/menu-interface/user-defined-functions/  (Please give us feedback on ease of doing this or if u wanna contribute some better user friendly way)

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