@CAP-33 when creating an adcExp object, you can specify the address. See this example: https://github.com/OnionIoT/adc-exp/blob/master/examples/readAll.py#L8
Then you just supply the device address that corresponds to your switch setting.
Indeed a cool upgrade. Now I'd be great if:
But, one thing at a time :)
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I believe you can turn indexing off by going to:
and changing option no_dirlists '0' to option no_dirlists '1'
If the directive doesn't exist.... add it.
Does one of the soltions at https://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/40087/is-there-a-way-to-list-the-connected-devices-on-my-wifi-access-point work? Might need to install additional packages.
I do not know how right this is, but it works:
Just for some reason, rounding does not work
Thank you. That's what I need.
You mean a MPU-9250?
I would refer to the Arduino libraries and hookup guides. Porting the code from https://github.com/sparkfun/SparkFun_MPU-9250-DMP_Arduino_Library seems feasible since it has its I2C logic abstracted into one file.
The hookup guide from https://learn.sparkfun.com/tutorials/mpu-9250-hookup-guide shows that for a basic setup you just need VCC,GND,SCL,SDA (I²C).
I have some library code here that uses the libonioni2c library for reference.
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