ron bentley
ron bentley
@ronbentley1
Member
Joined: 2022-02-25 12:25 pm
Last seen: 2024-03-25 3:59 pm
Topics: 17 / Replies: 364
Reply
RE: Introduce myself

@qwaresniper Welcome to the forum. Your english reads well. This a great place for raspberry and arduino etc, not so much for music 🤣. Enjoy. ...

1 year ago
Reply
RE: Introducing myself

@binlki1 Welcome Kirk, I'm sure you'll figure a compromised design for the trash bin, minus steps! Looking forward to reading progress. Regards ...

1 year ago
Reply
RE: Introducing myself

@timerichard Hi Tim and welcome to the forum. I presume you have downloaded the Arduino IDE but, if not, then have a look at it, it is a good A...

1 year ago
Reply
RE: Power Supply Troubleshooting Advice Needed

@mtlatc Here's a radical solution .... ditch it and buy a supply suitable for you needs. Is it worth the investment in time when, at the end of t...

1 year ago
Forum
Reply
RE: Introduction

@newtonmk Hello Okafor and welcome to the forum. Are you able to tell us about your interests? Regards Ron B

1 year ago
Reply
RE: New guy with a question.

@mtlatc Hi Matt and a great New Welcome to the forum. There is a category of Help Wanted under the Project Corner forum, which is where such qu...

1 year ago
Reply
RE: Hello from Oconomowoc

@goodknight Hi Todd and welcome to the forum. There are many 'late-starter' members (me included) so stick at it, you'll find it very rewarding. ...

1 year ago
Reply
RE: Hi from Downunder

@watho60 Hi Mark, that starter kit is very good to develop a broad understanding of basic components and how to program them. As for a suitable f...

1 year ago
Reply
RE: fresh eyes and a little help

@ozyjimbo The sketch you posted. The length of an integer (int) depends on the architecture of the board being used. An int type variable can be ...

1 year ago
Forum
Reply
RE: fresh eyes and a little help

@ozyjimbo Ok, try making this change: From unsigned int Millis = 0; unsigned int Millis_previous = 0; To uint32_t Millis = 0; uint32_...

1 year ago
Forum
Reply
RE: fresh eyes and a little help

@ozyjimbo What about your elapsed timer variables? Are you happy these are 32 bit and not 16 bit? Ron B

1 year ago
Forum
Reply
RE: fresh eyes and a little help

@ozyjimbo Hi ozyjimbo, Some observations: You have declared two variables to monitor elapsed time using the millis() function: ...

1 year ago
Forum
Reply
RE: Hi from Downunder

@watho60 Hi Mark and welcome to the forum which has a good number of model railway enthusiasts, so you are in good company. If you are wanting to ...

1 year ago
Reply
RE: Hello My name is Reid. I am kind of new on ESP32

@reid Welcome Reid and a merry Christmas to you. Sounds like you hve a communications project using LEDs to demonstrate success (or otherwise). Do...

1 year ago
Reply
RE: Merry Xmas all from Scotland. I'm Bob and a newbie here....

@bobw Hi Bob and welcome to the forum. A merry Christmas to you and wishing you a great New Year. Joining the forum is certainly a good thing, i...

1 year ago
Page 2 / 26