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  • Thank you very much for the suggestions. I’ve decided to go with 10/6 for one sensor and 11/7 for the other – a very easy solution! I’ve also switched to using the parseInt stream function. Thanks again.

  • Thanks for the response. I have looked over the ReadMe but am very new to this all. Do you have any recommendations for which serial input library to use or how to modify to allow two grove connections?

    Alternatively, I could continue using 10/11 and 18/19 – is there a suitable and easy way to securely attach (for remote deployment) to 18/19 you…[Read more]

  • I’m attempting to use two MB7389 sonars on one Mayfly. My code works if I connect one sonar via grove to D10/11 and the other to D18/19 on the digital 20-pin header (see code below, derived mostly from the example sonar sketch). However, I would like to attach both sonars to the Mayfly via grove cables (e.g. D10/11 and D6/7) but the board crashes…[Read more]