Commit c4dce717 authored by Ivica Bukvic's avatar Ivica Bukvic
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*improved K12 help files

parent 99682553
......@@ -18,6 +18,9 @@ converter. Specify channel (0-7) to connect. Use channel -1 to disconnect.
#X restore 571 535 pd META;
#X obj 143 353 K12/math_number;
#X obj 144 47 K12/raspberrypi_analog_in;
#X obj 370 421 ggee/image @pd_extra/K12/images/lop_board.png 0;
#X obj 149 497 pddplink http://moderndevice.com/product/lots-of-pots-lop-board-for-raspberry-pi/
;
#X text 240 44 The Raspberry Pi Analog Input object allows for receiving
analog data. It achieves this by leveraging Modern Device Lots of Pots'
(LOP) onboard MCP3008 digital-to-analog converter. Channel -1 is reserved
......@@ -25,14 +28,12 @@ for "off" position. The remaining 8 channels (0-7) correspond to analog
inputs (in order found on Modern Device's Lots-of-Pots shield). To
change channel \, click on the channel number and enter new one (between
0 and 7) or click on the number and while holding the mouse button
down \, drag it up and down. If the object has successfuly connected
to the desired analog channel \, the logo will light up. Once connected
\, the object will output captured analog sensor data up to one hundred
times per second with values ranging between 0 and 1023 (a total range
of 1024). NB: Modern Device LOP board comes in two flavors \, equipped
with 8 pan pots (one assigned to each analog channel) \, or as a "naked"
(NOP) board that allows for easier access to pins.;
#X obj 370 421 ggee/image @pd_extra/K12/images/lop_board.png 0;
#X obj 149 497 pddplink http://moderndevice.com/product/lots-of-pots-lop-board-for-raspberry-pi/
down \, drag mouse up and down. If the object has successfuly connected
to the desired analog channel \, the object logo will light up. Once
connected \, the object will output captured analog sensor data up
to one hundred times per second with values ranging between 0 and 1023
(a total range of 1024). NB: Modern Device LOP board comes in two
flavors \, equipped with 8 pan pots (one assigned to each analog channel)
\, or as a "naked" (NOP) board that allows for easier access to pins.
;
#X connect 7 0 6 0;
......@@ -22,17 +22,17 @@ channel (1-10).;
#X obj 149 527 pddplink http://moderndevice.com/product/lots-of-pots-lop-board-for-raspberry-pi/
;
#X text 240 104 The Raspberry Pi Analog Output object allows for sending
analog data using GPIOs in combination with Pulse Width Modulation
(PWM) algorithm. PWM produces values between on and off states by quickly
switching on and off up to 1000 times a second. This is particularly
effective when using the object in combination with an LED. Channel
analog data using GPIOs using Pulse Width Modulation (PWM) algorithm.
PWM produces values between on and off states by quickly switching
on and off up to 1000 times a second. This is particularly effective
when using the object in combination with an LED (Light Emitting Diode). Channel
0 is reserved for "off" position. The remaining 10 channels (1-10)
correspond to GPIO pins (in order found on Modern Device's Lots of
Pots shield). To change channel \, click on the channel number and
enter new one (between 0 and 10) or click on the number and while holding
the mouse button down \, drag it up and down. If the object has successfuly
connected to the desired analog channel \, the logo will light up. Once
connected \, the object will be capable of sendin voltage to its output
up to a thousand times per second with values ranging between 0 and
1023 (a total range of 1024).;
enter a new one (between 0 and 10) or click on the number and while
holding the mouse button down \, drag the mouse up and down. If the
object has successfuly connected to the desired analog channel \, the
object logo will light up. Once connected \, the object will be capable
of sending voltage to its output up to a thousand times per second
with values ranging between 0 and 1023 (a total range of 1024).;
#X connect 6 0 7 0;
......@@ -19,21 +19,21 @@ Pi GPIO pin.;
#X obj 146 393 K12/math_number;
#X obj 147 117 K12/raspberrypi_digital;
#X obj 147 26 K12/math_number;
#X text 240 114 The Raspberry Pi Digital object allows for both sending
and receiving digital data. The object can do either one or the other
but not both at the same time. To set the input/output preference
\, click on the "i" or "o" box. The highlighted box will be the one
currently active. Channel 0 is reserved for "off" position. The remaining
10 channels have corresponding GPIO pins (in order found on Modern
Device's Lots of Pots shield). To change channel \, click on the channel
number and enter new one (between 1 and 10) or click on the number
and while holding the mouse button down \, drag it up and down. If
the object has successfuly connected to the desired GPIO pin \, the
logo will light up. Depending on the direction \, the object will
either await user input (0 or a 1) or will output 0 or a 1 up to one
hundred times per second.;
#X obj 370 460 ggee/image @pd_extra/K12/images/lop_board.png 0;
#X obj 149 536 pddplink http://moderndevice.com/product/lots-of-pots-lop-board-for-raspberry-pi/
;
#X text 240 114 The Raspberry Pi Digital object allows for both sending
and receiving digital data. The object can do either one or the other
but not both at the same time. This is a limitation of GPIO design.
To set the input/output preference \, click on the "i" or "o" box.
The highlighted box will be the one currently active. Channel 0 is
reserved for "off" position. The remaining 10 channels have corresponding
GPIO pins (in order found on Modern Device's Lots of Pots shield).
To change channel \, click on the channel number and enter new one
(between 1 and 10) or click on the number and while holding the mouse
button down \, drag the mouse up and down. If the object has successfuly
connected to the desired GPIO pin \, the object logo will light up. Depending
on the direction \, the object will either await user input (0 or a
1) or will output 0 or a 1 up to one hundred times per second.;
#X connect 7 0 6 0;
#X connect 8 0 7 0;
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