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lillquist

  • I’m trying to use a flow meter that ticks every revolution from a magnet passing a hall effect sensor, equating to some volume of liquid. I need to be sure not to miss a tick so I need the interrupt. I’ve read that D10 is interrupt enabled but I can’t get it to work. I’ve gotten the system to work on other ardionos so I know it isn’t the wiring.…[Read more]

  • I’m trying to use a flow meter that ticks every revolution from a magnet passing a hall effect sensor, equating to some volume of liquid. I need to be sure not to miss a tick so I need the interrupt. I’ve read that D10 is interrupt enabled but I can’t get it to work. I’ve gotten the system to work on other ardionos so I know it isn’t the wiring.…[Read more]

  • I’m trying to use a flow meter that ticks every revolution from a magnet passing a hall effect sensor, equating to some volume of liquid. I need to be sure not to miss a tick so I need the interrupt. I’ve read that D10 is interrupt enabled but I can’t get it to work. I’ve gotten the system to work on other ardionos so I know it isn’t the wiring.…[Read more]