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Hello everyone, I am just a beginner in using MSP430, I want to know how to design a circuit of motion detection system. I have the ports which LCD display should be connected to , So I want to check if they are correct, since all of this is new to me. for LCD display port connection. connect RS to P2.5 connect RW to P2.6 connect E to P2.4 connect D0-D3 to NC connect D4 to P2.0 connect D5 to P2.1 connect D6 to P2.2 connect D7 to P2.3 are the above correct? where should I connect PIR sensor? please, I nee
A small project. G2211 PIR Sensor 5630 LED strips On/Off button Button Doubles as Test Mode Board half way done. Using a Reg104 DPAK (I'll stick to a TO-220 next time) as the regulator, and MMBT3904 sot-23 transistors on a board of my own design. The base resistors should be on the back, but I didn't have the right value 0805/1206 resistors at the time. Quite proud of my clean, flush mount, perfect fit for the button, led, and sensor. Two tricks. One, I used two pins to provide high to low, and low to high interrupts, instead of swapping the interrupt in code, since I won't
I'm working with the CC3200XL and the Grove starter kit. It contains a PIR sensor. When I try to run the sample, it complains about a missing file. I can't find the file anywhere and don't even understand why Energia is looking for it. But what I need to know is, where can I find the source and header for the file. java.io.FileNotFoundException: C:\Users\Dan\AppData\Local\Temp\build5629486675398969734.tmp\pir_motion_sensor.cpp (The system cannot find the path specified) at java.io.FileOutputStream.open(Native Method) at java.io.FileOutputStream.<init>(FileOutputStream.java:179)