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Why don't you send multiple bytes in one transfer? If you have to send byte by byte I suggest you use C instead of Python.


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Question MCP3424 ADC 0~10VDC, 0~30 VDC, 12/16 bit resolution Sensor Output Divider - 10V x 1k/(1k + 1k) = 5V, 30V x 5k/(5k + 10K) = 5V OK? Answer No problem at all. You can even do 18 bit resolution. Using resistive voltage divider might not be a good idea, especially if you want high resolution. Perhaps you should consider a high ...


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The circuit you show appears to be using I²C. However this shows pullup to 5V! Connecting GPIO to 5V will destroy the Pi! You can drive I²C from the Pi; it includes on-board pullup, so NO EXTERNAL PULLUP are needed. If they are present they NEED to be removed. The resistors R1, R2 have NOTHING to do with a voltage divider. You will need to supply your own ...


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What great timing! We are excited to announced our ALPR SDK on Raspberry Pi. Depending on the size of your project, you may be able to get away with our Free Trial. You can read more about our ALPR SDK for the Raspberry Pi) in our blog: https://platerecognizer.com/blog/alpr-on-raspberry-pi/. And from there, you can get the Free Trial to start your ...


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same bad experience, the problem is either in advanced IP scanner or in the user operating it ( not knowing all the tricks ), this lead me to use IP scanners on my phone, quiet reliable. regarding direct Ethernet connection with the laptop, check if the cable os cross-over or not (cross-over is for peer to peer connection, the other one ( forgot its name), ...


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Its because you are calling GPIO.cleanup() in your while loop: while(1): forward(3) # reverse(3) GPIO.cleanup() Comment out the cleanup: while(1): forward(3) # reverse(3) #GPIO.cleanup()


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Question I have a python program running a loop of two functions "talking" to each other. Let us call the two functions Function 1 and Function 2, and they are doing similar things as briefly described below. Function 1 takes care of two Rpi GPIO pins, input pin GPIO In1 is connected (through a 4k7 resistor) to output pin GPIO pin Out2, which is ...


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If you look at e.g. 4 min 27s on the video you will see he is using Remote Desktop Connection to an IP address. You need to set up Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) on the Pi, then use an RDP client on the computer - not sure if he's using Windows or Mac. Other types of remote desktop software with other protocols are available. This guide discusses first VNC (...


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