Tigs62
Tigs62
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Joined: 2021-06-18 10:58 am
Last seen: 2022-07-30 4:35 pm
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RE: Emergency Fire Door - Intruder Alarm - HELP!

@inq It is sometimes interesting when someone uses an acronym that i have never seen before. This seems to be happening more as i get older. I had n...

4 months ago
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RE: Emergency Fire Door - Intruder Alarm - HELP!

@davee Hi Dave, There are no bad ideas on my posts. Any thoughts are worth mentioning and i appreciate your time. Even if an idea doesn't "pan out"...

4 months ago
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RE: Emergency Fire Door - Intruder Alarm - HELP!

Thanks @inq. The workshop only has LED lighting, but there is sunlight coming through the doors.However, the intention was to mount the sensor one th...

4 months ago
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RE: Emergency Fire Door - Intruder Alarm - HELP!

Hi Everyone, Thanks for the input. I am going to experiment with HC-SR04 sensors this Friday. Hopefully they are fast enough to catch a "nimble" h...

4 months ago
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RE: Just introducing myself

Hi Jim, Welcome to the Forum. Reading the intro to your post made me smile, because when my 14 year old son found out on Fathers Day, that I will ...

6 months ago
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RE: How to pick ESP32 boards?

I would imagine that by now you have probably made your choice, but as other people may read this in the future, I thought I would add the benefit of ...

6 months ago
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RE: Program space

@lydara Thanks. I prefer to write it "longhand" as i find it easier to understand when i re-read it later on.

1 year ago
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RE: Trouble with Loops and Variables

@larry-manson Doh! I miss the days of ZX80 Basic. Thanks LarryChris

1 year ago
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RE: Trouble with Loops and Variables

@larry-manson Hi Larry, Aah Yes! This is the crux of the problem clearly.My code sees tempSensor1, tempSensor2 etc as completely different variab...

1 year ago
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RE: Trouble with Loops and Variables

@davee Hi Davee, Yes, when I declare SensorLoop for the first time I set it to 1 (see below): int SensorLoop = 1

1 year ago
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