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Downstream - BL0106 - Click - Component Request

Postby r_teixeir » Sun May 26, 2019 1:57 pm

Hello guys,
Any chance for requesting the creation of the BL0106 component?

That would be nice

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Re: Downstream - BL0106 - Click - Component Request

Postby kersing » Sun May 26, 2019 2:21 pm

The BL0106 itself is passive. Any components would need to be created for the click inserted into it. Which click do you want to use?
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Re: Downstream - BL0106 - Click - Component Request

Postby r_teixeir » Sun May 26, 2019 4:44 pm

Hi Kersing thanks for replying. Iam trying to do the motor training(Matrixtsl) at home with the following hardware:

- DSpic BL-0032
- Sensor board EB067 (Potentiometer). Connected on PORTB(0-7). Using the AN03
- BL0114 (Lcd and Potentiometer). Connected on PORTB(8-15) and PORTD(0-7). For LCD, I am using PORTD(0-5), and for the 2nd potentiometer(AN9).
- BL0106(Click from Matrix), iam using (one) ShuttleClick(mikroe) and (02) mikroBus Shuttle. (in the first shuttle I am using the DC motor 4 click), and on the 2nd shuttle, Iam using the expand click. These are the clicks that iam interested on.

Problem: I read a past post related to a PWM Pin PORTE.6, and considering that I am using the click boards in SPI, the PWM pin in click board is Pin6.viewtopic.php?f=69&t=20398&p=90229&hilit=pwm+RE6, So Iam facing problem now.

I've already got the first speedControl-basic program working with one potentiometer and the right pins for PWM(RD6) on the click(Without using the shuttles). But when I add another pot,and try to remape the available analog pins withing th BL032, the only port that I can use is PortE with no RE6.
I attached the First program SpeedControl-Basic that is working great. And I attached 2 other pictures with shuttle clicks.

If you need anyother info, let me know

Thanks

Rod
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Re: Downstream - BL0106 - Click - Component Request

Postby r_teixeir » Tue May 28, 2019 2:56 am

Hi Kersing, I finally realized that I need help with the lcd_mini_click. It has a mcp4161 digital pot and a mcp23S17 on the same click. By using this click I can have more I/O left to be used.

Can you help with it

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Re: Downstream - BL0106 - Click - Component Request

Postby kersing » Tue May 28, 2019 9:20 pm

Have you checked if those chips are supported already? (They might be part of an eblock)
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Re: Downstream - BL0106 - Click - Component Request

Postby r_teixeir » Wed May 29, 2019 2:29 pm

Hi Kersing, the lcd_mini has a digital pot(MCP4161), and Benj has just created and uploaded.

Thanks

Rod