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1answer
533 views

Netduino Plus 2 use built-in usb for communication

I want to use a Netduino Plus 2 for a commercial product. The thing is that this product is required to be able to communicate with a PC over USB and I want to know if there is a way for me the use ...
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3answers
285 views

Digital SPDT switch

I know this is probably a stupid question but I am hobbyist and could not find a solution to this problem. I have a micro-controller that sends a PWM signal to a transistor that lets current flow ...
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5answers
485 views

Microcontrollers - Beginner questions

How do you determine how many sensors a microcontroller can use? My understanding is you can't use C# directly on any microcontroller but you can use C# and communicate over the USB and look for a ...
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3answers
240 views

Can more than one device read data from GPS?

I have an OSD(atmega88p inside), which is reading data from GPS through serial connection as I understand and I would like to connect second device (FEZ Cerb40) to read GPS data, wondering if that ...
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0answers
101 views

Netduino Vehicle [closed]

In the coming months I have to create a major work for my software design & development course at school, I'm fairly decent with VB.net and find it to be my much favoured language out of it & ...
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1answer
950 views

Program a PIC16F877A using VB.NET

I have bought a PIC16F877A microcontroller and its board before and since then, I haven't used it much because I don't really have enough time and patience to learn C. I was thinking to buy a ...
2
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2answers
340 views

Greenhouse Control Interface

I'm working on a control system for my school's tropical greenhouse based on the Arduino. It'll just do basic logging things, along with allowing someone to selectively water sections of the ...
2
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2answers
573 views

How to switch control between 2 RGB LEDs with PWM from a Netduino

I'm building a project where I will be lighting up 2 RGB LEDs using PWM. Since the Netduino only has 4 PWM pins (of which I will only use 3 - one pin each for the R, G, and B values respectively), I ...
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2answers
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Using an ULN2803 with Netduino

I want to be able to switch on a device that requires 5v and 100mA from a Netduino. From looking on the web, I believe I need to use a Darlington array in order to meet the current requirements (since ...