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  1. Hello sorry for my late reply, I had some exams to finish , but today I allowed myself a small break. @@RobG I've runned the code you provided, and it wasn't doing what it should. Then I tried to rewrite the assembly function of @@Rickta59 to fit the timing, but I kinda failed, and since I'm not familiar with debugging such functions (I don't have an oscilloscope so I can't find what I've coded wrongly). So I started to insert some NOP's in the existing code (well thought off course ) and to my surprise, it started displaying my coded colors more frequently, but for one or another reaso
  2. I have ordered some ESP8266 modules and discovered you can flash the firmware in order to make it program over WiFi. This allows me to use the ESP8266 as a standalone IOT node. But to get the firmware on the ESP you need to flash it. As far as I can make out, the programming actually happens over RX TX and you need USB to Serial. As I'm not keen to buy stuff in double, I wonder if I can use the launchpad to program the ESP8266.I remember I've read somewhere that the BAUD rate is limited to 9600, but is it the MSP430 chip who's limiting it? f it's possible to do so, do I need to take some preca
  3. I calculated timings for the ws2812b and tried already to change the assembly to fit the ws2812b needs. The timings compared to the ws2811 are the following. ; --- High Speed Mode 800KHz ; WS2811 ; High / Low us High / Low cycles @ 16 MHz ; Zero: 0.25 / 1.00 4 / 16 ; One: 0.60 / 0.65 9 / 11 ; Reset: 0 / 50+ 0 / 800+ ; ; WS2812b ; High / Low us High / Low cycles @ 16 MHz ; Zero: 0.4 / 0.85 6.4 / 13.6 ; One: 0.8 / 0.45 12.8/ 7.2 ; Reset: 0 / 50+ 0 / 800+ I tried to change the assembly as I said before, I have little
  4. Thanks! I bought them in assumption they we're WS2811's but as I'm comparing them with the 2812's they look more like these. I'm feeling kind of ashamed, I'm very sorry. Are there any Energia libraries available for the WS2812( b )? Could I possibly change the assembly of the WS2811 to fit the WS2812 timing? In fact I'd love to learn programming my MSP430 the non-energia way. As far as I looked that way of programming, you need to know the MSP430s architecture quite well. I have CCS on my laptop, so during one of my "exam-breaks" I can just load some of the code on my MSP430. Once again, realy
  5. I was a bit busy with my exams but found some time to run the sample code and filmed what happened. I just modified the code a bit so that it used 15 leds. // blink_strip - ws2811 led strip blink example // 11-15-2012 Initial Version 0.1 #include <WS2811Driver.h> // 24 bits of color data stored GGRRBB const uint8_t leds0[] = { 0x00,0xff,0x00, 0x00,0xff,0x00, 0x00,0xff,0x00, 0x00,0xff,0x00, 0x00,0xff,0x00, 0x00,0xff,0x00, 0x00,0xff,0x00, 0x00,0xff,0x00, 0x00,0xff,0x00, 0x00,0xff,0x00, 0x00,0xff,0x00, 0x00,0xff,0x00, 0x00,0xff,0x00, 0x00,0xff,0x00, 0x00,0xff,0x00 }; // R,G,B,W const
  6. So if I change @@bobnova s code a bit it would become for my 15 led strip #include <WS2811Driver.h> byte leds0[45]; //15x3 per led WS2811Driver ledStrip; // uses P1_7 as datapin connect to DIN on strip void setup(void) { ledStrip.setLEDCount(15); // setup for 15 leds on a strip ledStrip.begin(); // configure P1.7 for output for (byte x = 0 ; x < 45 ; x++){ leds0[x] = 0; //turn all pixels off } } void loop() { //Modified the code, want to make the led strip one color ... red leds0[0] = 50; leds0[1] = 0; leds0[2] = 0; // for(byte x = 0; x <= 42 ; x+3){ leds0[x] = leds0[
  7. First a big thank you to help me. It now makes sense to me. So in my case when the led strip is 15 leds long I'll should define 45 RGB values, if I want to light them all up of course. I'll give that a try! I thought the len in the write function was how long the led strip actually was. I also tried to use the extra layer library (also in this post of ILAMtitan). I also tried to run the code of bobnova but got the same uncontrollable feeling.
  8. I have a 15 led ledstrip. I tried to program it. I tried like 4 hours and all the ledstrip is doing is showing some random (this how it looks to me). I added some code I uploaden to my MSP430. I tried to program it to display green and then turn of and so on but it's behaving as in the video below. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-rSzRfCvNME&list=UUV-uWfvEunXHUINAUfiqBHQ This is the actual code I uploaded to the MSP430 // blink_strip - ws2811 led strip blink example // 11-15-2012 Initial Version 0.1 #include <WS2811Driver.h> // 24 bits of color data stored GGRRBB const uin
  9. I think I'll use MQTT to talk with the ledstrip. I think this is the way to go, because it's lightweight. For the server side I'll try to thinker around with nodejs. If a manage to create a REST API in node, the possibilities are more a less endless (web app, android app, iOS app). As you've mentioned above I will get stuck every now and then at steps 2 and 3. But I've already discovered that this community is a great way to get help! I'll try to document my adventure and make a nice post on my blog about it.
  10. Nice. Actually I'm only a hobbyist. I'm studying applied computer science (nearly finished), so web programming is fine for me. I'll struggle more to get the wiring and hardware setup right . My stuff hasn't arrived yet, getting impatient now.
  11. I'll "cheat" a bit and use an ESP8266 . It's a rx - tx uart communication. The disadvantage is that a second microcontroller is involved (more power consumption, ...). But about the MSP430 and the WS2812 again ;-) . The energia site is linking to a library, but in description it's saying it's for Stellaris or Tiva C
  12. No I didn't. But I thought the asm code was for the Ledstrip itself which is being driven by a
  13. Hi I want to make a network controlled WiFi strip and was looking for solutions. I ran across the classical "Mosfet RGB trick" and so on. I also saw that Pololu provided a more a less plug and play solution for these led strips. https://github.com/pololu/pololu-led-strip-arduino . I downloaded the source and just tried "compile" in Energia, of course it was complaining ;-). It complained about <EEPROM.h> which I changed by the MspFlash library, then it complained it couldn't find the _enable_irq() and _disable_irq() methods which I changed by _enable_interrupt() and _disable_interrupt(
  14. I managed to solve the issue... I used the photodiode I was initially using together with an transistor so I was in fact making my own "homemade" phototransistor. I added my scheme. Finally, after around 10hrs of trial and error I heard the otherwise so annoying sound of a buzzer beep indicating my hand was coming too close .
  15. Thank you! That was the extra information I needed. So the alternation of the voltage is way to small to be noticeable by an analog input. I like your idea to use an additional transistor to amplify the signal. I found an scheme online for that, is it correct? What would be an appropriate value for Rl, considering the spec's of an MSP430 launchpad? You also mentioned that my resistor could be a problem. With my basic knowledge of electricity, Ohm's law tells me if I would take an higher resistance my voltage will also be higher, or am I making an enormous error?
  16. I'm relatively new to the MSP430. I've gone through the blinking leds, interfacing dc motors and pushbutton and potentiometer analoginput projects but now I'm trying to build a simple robot. I want to navigate the robot using a self made IR proximity sensor. So I'm trying to receive IR-light emitted by an IR-led with a photodiode (OSRAM SFH 203 FA). As I was reading through the datasheet of the Osram I found Vr = 5V. I looked online to find which is the 'R' standing for. I eliminated a few abbreviations and now I'm doubting whether the R is 'recommended' or 'reverse'. I tried to connect the ph
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