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Cause i know @Mr. John Smith likes dSpins


#1

;D


#2

YEA!

It even has flag and busy leds. +1 for completeness. :clap:


#3

Oh, there you are Mr. Justin.

How about an update on THE big project?


#4

@ Mr. John Smith - And for Completeness² said Led’s can be enabled/disabled via U6 so 470nm lumens dont effect other instruments :slight_smile:


#5

Which one? :whistle:


#6

Hum, an update uh. I’ll see.


#7

@ Justin - Commercial IOT stuff? Verdant variant.


#8

He is TEASING YOU. DO NOT EGG HIM ON, IT WILL ONLY GET WORSE. NEVER FEED THE INMATES…


#9

Well a fancy YouTube video may be enough for the unwashed masses but if you’re trying to impress an engineering audience a little more detail is required.

What controller board is that?
Did you port the ST Micro dSpin libraries to .Net Micro?
How do I get my sweaty hands on the code?

Good job!


#10

@ Brett - [quote]NEVER FEED THE INMATES… [/quote]

I will eventually learn :wink:


#11

@ Justin - Actually, could you put a G80 on a board with a L6470HT? Or just design one, and I’ll have it made. I also need usb host so I can use a remote control.


#12

@ Gene

Board is using a STM32F427VIT6 (Similar to G80) running NETMF 4.4
RS485 for coms
dSpin for stepper
Gadgeteer socket for display
Other header pins for SPI secret squirrel sensor

There is dSpin code in codeshare that you can play with now ;D


#13

@ Mr. John Smith - there are other things brewing :wink:


#14

@ Justin - Great, thanks very much