Hi @Wayne-Holloway ! Can you read the water flow directly in omega GPIO or you need to connect them to the arduino dock ? I can't correctly read my sensor because I don't know how to do this by omega GPIO interrupts. Best regards!
I am glad that you liked it and sorry for the mashed up text and pictures, for the walkthrough of the methods provided by the REST API go through the README file of this git repo : https://github.com/ozgur/python-firebase.git
Got it! I just had to get my directories and paths right. I was rushing a bit, and things were not lined up exactly correctly. I think it builds for the entire project because the recursive make found my package on its own, but I wasn't specifying it exactly right when I tried to build it individually.
@Christopher-Bunnell the dash is probably pretty similar to the onion hologram since they were pretty much developed at the same time. if you can find the pinout sheet for the dash and also the pinout and maybe tech reference for the onion you might be able to cross reference the pins that onion uses with the onion cellular and just match those same pins from the dash and using wires plug those dash pins into a onion expansion, anyone of the expansions should do.
There are random corruptions happening on the SPI display, where some other pixels outside of the normal rectangle are overwritten. I don't know yet if that's an issue in my driver (timing violations maybe?) or with the SPI interface, but because the entire frame is overwritten each tick, the corruption is only visible for a short amount of time.
ICSP is (SPI like and is,) using synchronous serial (CLK, MOSI, and MISO) method to perform in-circuit programming.
You have to find a proper library to perform such task, probably in bitbanging style.
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