I’m trying to write to a CharDisplay v1.0 (DLC162D VER1.0), but all I seem to get is jibberish. I’ve tried 2 different ones and get the same thing, so I’m (almost) sure it’s something I’m doing wrong and not a defective unit.
Here is my code in a timer_Tick. The Debug.Print is giving me 0.60A, but the CharDisplay gives me " .$ @ " (the @ is rotated 180 degrees).
char_Display.Clear(); char_Display.CursorHome(); char_Display.PrintString(current_ACS712.Read_DC_Current().ToString("f2") + "A"); Debug.Print(current_ACS712.Read_DC_Current().ToString("f2") + "A");
I’m using a Cerbuino Bee with no Bee. I also have the current sensor and the LED7C attached.
I downloaded and installed NETMF and GHI’s package yesterday (July 11th), so I believe everything should be current.
I’d appreciate if someone can tell me my stupid mistake, whatever it is.