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Meshworks sensors

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  1. LuTopia avatar
    LuTopia
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    03 Mar 2015
    15 Apr 2015
    We are automating a Foosball table and no mater how hard we try the sensors do not seem to register properly?  We are using sensor with one second hold off from a train company.
  2. vreinhardt avatar
    vreinhardt
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    08 Jul 2014
    15 Apr 2015 in reply to LuTopia
    Hi LuTopia,

    Currently our hardware/software require sensors that hold GPIO lines high/low for at least 1 second to be detected.  Soon we will be releasing a software update that will allow various interrupt routines, rising edge, falling edge, etc.  This software release should be available in the 2nd half of 2015.  Existing MeshWorks kits will be up-gradable with this new software using the MeshWorks GUI.

    Regards,

    VR
  3. DanSwan avatar
    DanSwan
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    12 Apr 2016
    13 Apr 2016 in reply to vreinhardt

    Hi..i am new to this forum. I do not have much experience but as per my knowledge Ccurrently theirhardware/software require sensors that hold GPIO lines
    high/low for at least 1 second to be detected. Actually existing MeshWorks kits will be up-gradable with the new software using the MeshWorks GUI.

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    Last modified on 20 Apr 2016 14:04 by DanSwan