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This is the first tutorial on how to use a RSI2C board with an Arduino using the RSArduino library.
It will blink a led connected on P1, this is the equivalent of the usual helloworld programm for an embedded solution.
An Arduino board;
The Arduino programming software version 1.0 or + installed on your computer;
The RSArduino library;
A RSI2C board using the default i2c address (0×10);
A 220 ohms resistor;
Here is the schematic:
Install the components on your breadboard, here is what it looks on the breadboard:
On your Arduino programming environnement, open the example programm blink_led_on_0x10:
The code should look like:
Blink led on a Robotic Sequencing I2C board on address 0x10
Demonstrates use of the RS library
Blink a led via I2C on a RSi2cBoard at 0x10 address.
by Stephane Rousseau
Created 2012 January 28th
Copyright (C) 2012 Stephane Rousseau
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#define LEDP1 1
#define REMOTEADDR 0x10
RSDigitalPin ledPin = RSDigitalPin();
ledPin.setMode(REMOTEADDR, LEDP1, OUTPUT);
void loop() // run over and over again
ledPin.write(REMOTEADDR, LEDP1, HIGH); // sets the LED on
delay(1000); // waits for a second
ledPin.write(REMOTEADDR, LEDP1, LOW); // sets the LED off
delay(500); // waits for a half second
Compile and upload the code on your Arduino and you should see the led blinking.