How about this idea for mounting? +momentary switches for Trevor's LumenOS being that there are headers for switch functions.
So how do I get my LG GPad V500 to pair with the cubic? Says "no near by Bluetooth devices found" Running on KitCat Cyanogen Mod 11
Not sure if this will make a difference, but what version of processing are you using?
I've been using processing v2.1 Windows x64
If your version is the older recommended beta build that's been removed from the host site upload it & I'le re-test to see if I get better results with rerender...
Yeah still choppy with v1.4 rerender false and in v1.5 it obviously produces no gaps so appears slightly neater graphing, though if the line is getting stitched allot I expect its because of the amount of processing power JAVA demands.
I have to click connect first in v1.4 or it says: waiting...
Ok, I just went through all settings on both versions & took notes, this is what I found..
settings/action to perform: increase length/ok/connect/start/renderer is "false" /stop
settings/action to perform: stop/ok/connect/start/renderer is...
JAVA's demanding 94% CPU usage just for opening Peregrine & I've seen it up to 100% before I've clicked connect and start buttons.
My computer has no problems running big apps like wavelab & sony acid pro, It plays 1080p MKV files fine. All that demands far less on my CPU than JAVA which does...
Thanks Trevor, that explains things :)
Atomic, I've only been doing USB data logging so far, so anything Bluetooth is
irrelevant at this stage.
Thanks for the oversampling tip, I've since tried another laser & I'm getting smoother graphing :beer:
Actually CPU usage and Ram allocation between the two builds are minimal looking at the de bug charts, so rules out the extra's in v1.4b & my computer processor theory!
So what do you think causes the graph line to go choppy? By that I mean the gaps in the graph line in the 1st image to be more...
I raised the question as this beta build is graphing with either simple, kemometer, or laserbee selected!
I settled for the simple protocol being that Cubic was not an option & obviously don't own the other LPMs.
However the graphing remains choppy?
Maybe with all the extra's in this build...
Having a play with Atomics build with the zeroing feature...
I'm testing on the Cubic Meter via USB Com 9
At the top of Peregrine where is says Meter/Data Stream what should I select n'
what does that feature actually do?
The OLEDs header pins to front of sensor, same as the picture in post #62 so the orientation stays the same.
And the OLED sit's flat on top of the custom PCB and sensor
I'm not concerned about tilt now, as I will still be able to view the screen, & this method makes better storage being cubic.
PCB for OLED
excuse the crappy (not to scale) paint diagram
The idea of having surface mount solder points for angled headers to the right of diagram are:
1. prevent shorting out from the Ophir head via the header pins
2. stronger mounting than having pins go straight through the end holes...
I want to keep the header on my processing board, I like it, it serves a dual purpose so will keep it as it is :)
The only bush spacers required I've already ordered.
They are Nylon 66 Material, 3.2mm Internal Dia , 5mm Outer Diameter & 3mm tall
They will sit between the BT board and the...
If you took away the OLED header socket from the processing board, what would support board 2, the Bluetooth/battery board properly?
I think how you have it now is awesome, & to ditch the header for cables would be a bad move, but that's just me, I'm not a fan of cables, especially on something...
I got your addy via PM thanks.
I've been having a play with the OLED & X4 Arduino Stackable Header Pins bent & nail clipped to size!
This is what I came up with, though would require orientation adjustment to the display, so maybe not the best idea, but it's a first....
I was only requesting I had the inductor removed/replaced, though as your building a new board send me your postal address & Ile pop this board back in the post, As I expect your be able to de-solder and re-use some of the components.
I've decided to make a clear Perspex protective back panel to...