Ron
Ron
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Joined: 2020-11-20 5:34 pm
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RE: Hi… new to forum…. My name is Bob

@bob55 Hi Bob, welcome to the forum. I too am a long termer, first exposure 1959, Ferranti Packard analog computer. I am unclear what you are lookin...

38 mins ago
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RE: ChatGPT with Arduino and ESP32 | C++ and MicroPython coding

@dronebot-workshop I am trying to create an account and get a message "The email you provided is not supported.". What is even more bizarre is if I us...

3 hours ago
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RE: Control Relays With phone, Via SMS from anywhere-home automation

@kaleb Ok, I think I understand you now. If the benefit exceeds the cost it doesn't matter what it costs. One thing that would be smart though is to g...

6 hours ago
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RE: Control Relays With phone, Via SMS from anywhere-home automation

@davee @kaleb Well at least that would make some sense. Now to address the other elephant, he is talking Raspberry Pi and the video is Arduino UNO. Pi...

7 hours ago
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RE: ChatGPT with Arduino and ESP32 | C++ and MicroPython coding

I remember the first efforts with Prolog and at the time I was not impressed but the high speed/low cost processors today make many things possible. I...

7 hours ago
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RE: Control Relays With phone, Via SMS from anywhere-home automation

@kaleb I thought you said it was 4G but 4G didn't work in Canada. Not true. Just ask yourself a question, do people from Canada and the USA freely t...

7 hours ago
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RE: using timebased interrupts with ESP32

@electricray1981 You sound like a fellow not afraid of a challenge, so why not look into using one core for certain tasks, and the other core for othe...

22 hours ago
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RE: using timebased interrupts with ESP32

@electricray1981 The maximum timer speed is 80,000,000, this is usually normalized using what is called a scalar of 80 so now the clock is 1,000,000 a...

22 hours ago
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RE: using timebased interrupts with ESP32

@electricray1981 Here are a few more references. It can be confusing and daunting, I never felt I got it right. First Best? High Res General P...

23 hours ago
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RE: using timebased interrupts with ESP32

@electricray1981 That isn't a library, it's the esp32 docs for timers. You will see a lot of similarity in the function names. BTW, I am not a fan o...

23 hours ago
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RE: using timebased interrupts with ESP32

@electricray1981 Have a look at THIS , same functionality I think.

23 hours ago
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RE: using timebased interrupts with ESP32

@electricray1981 I have experimented with timers and interrupts and did not have the best results. the esp32 has the primitives, but you will need to ...

23 hours ago
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RE: using timebased interrupts with ESP32

@electricray1981 What was the library doing for you

24 hours ago
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RE: using timebased interrupts with ESP32

@electricray1981 RightSpeedCount has to be volatile Check the doc'n, re interrupt pin

24 hours ago
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RE: Using the ESP32-CAM MicroSD Card ... problems taking pictures "Time-Lapse Camera Code"

@stefandws It's a question of proper debugging technique. When I understood you were using the reset button on the non timelapse sketch I knew you cou...

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