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T-arduino

   0.0.1  

Plasmoid Script

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T-arduino
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Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  249
Submitted:  Apr 15 2009
Updated:  Apr 15 2009

Description:

This is a simple plasmoid written in python. It reads information from arduino connected to lm35dz.

PLEASE PROVIDE ME WITH FEEDBACK

PLEASE REPORT BUGS IN THE COMMENTS

REQUIREMENTS:

- pykde4
- pyqt4
- pyserial

HOW TO INSTALL

plasmapkg -i t-arduino.plasmoid

Copy the pde for arduino from my blog:
http://l1q1d.wordpress.com/2009/04/15/sensore-collegato-a-plasma/




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 Great idea!

 
 by Hamburger1984 on: Apr 17 2009
 
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I have an Arduino laying around for some time.. I'll definitely try it.


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 Re: Great idea!

 
 by l1q1d on: Apr 19 2009
 
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What do you think about it?


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 Thank You

 
 by gatonero on: Jul 25 2009
 
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I very nice plasmoid :-)

But I couldn't run it. My platform is kubuntu 9.04, KDE v4.2.2. I installed it via KDE, it appeared on my desktop and I could start the configuration, specially the Serial device (/dev/ttyUSB0 which is my correct port). I don't know the meaning of "Max" and "Min" and didn't change them. With a serial monitor I can see values, which are changing when using a potentiometer. But I didn't see any changes in t-arduino.

BTW: Are there anywhere the sources?


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 Working a little bit more

 
 by gatonero on: Jul 25 2009
 
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I got it work, but not all the time. t-arduino can't always get into contact to the serial port. Sometimes it works, when I open another serial terminal, in example cutecom), but not every times.

I also understood "Min" and "Max". That's the range for measuring and displaying values. I couldn't raise them up beyond 99. Above that, only the two last digits are shown. Would be nice to expand that and to be able to choose your own measurement unit, not only degrees Celsius.

Once again, a very nice plasmoid.


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 Working a little bit more

 
 by gatonero on: Jul 25 2009
 
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I got it work, but not all the time. t-arduino can't always get into contact to the serial port. Sometimes it works, when I open another serial terminal, in example cutecom), but not every times.

I also understood "Min" and "Max". That's the range for measuring and displaying values. I couldn't raise them up beyond 99. Above that, only the two last digits are shown. Would be nice to expand that and to be able to choose your own measurement unit, not only degrees Celsius.

Once again, a very nice plasmoid.


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 Re: Working a little bit more

 
 by l1q1d on: Jul 26 2009
 
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The python sources are inside the plasmoid:
mv t-arduino.plasmoid t-arduino.zip
unzip t-arduino.zip
then look inside contents/code/main.py

The limitation of the max/min is due to the limitation of the lm35dz in celsius (-10 +250)

I have some problem with the check box (celsius/Fahrenheit) so i released only the celsius version (lm35dz read temperature in celsius).

Thank you for your comments!


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