Forum Replies Created
The addin is for the firmware as far as I know, not for the communication library.
Adding the dll should be enough anyways.
- This reply was modified 4 months, 2 weeks ago by Tcm0.
It’s not supported then.
You have to use a C# IDE (like Xamarin Studio or Visual Studio) and you need to import the monobrick remote .dll file.
Oh, sorry for the confusion. But the NXT class has a mode to read the values as int, too: ReadDistance ()
There is a Read() method according to http://www.monobrick.dk/MonoBrickDocumentation/class_mono_brick_1_1_e_v3_1_1_ultrasonic_sensor.html
But it’s great that it directly works with bluetooth
I think that just “Read()” could work better.
You can probably open a file that contains the brick name. I don’t see a command for the EV3 that does it directly.
Bluetooth can be very unstable. Maybe it helps to use another bluetooth dongle or something. Does the same happen with the official programming environment?
The link isn’t avaible anymore because the domain went offline. But you can still get it at http://technicmaster0.no-ip.biz/Technicmaster0/Website/Mindstorms/EV3/Programmierung/MonoBrick%20Tutorial.pdf
Sure, I still have it (what a wonder ). The problem is that the guys where I got the domain went offline and I don’t have a new one – but the server itself is still up and running.
http://technicmaster0.no-ip.biz/Technicmaster0/Website/Mindstorms/EV3/Programmierung/MonoBrick%20Tutorial.pdf Please keep in mind that it’s german.
You can try to use an older/newer firmware.
I don’t think that the MonoBrick Firmware supports bluetooth.
Like every other DLL. Google it or just click around a bit and you should find it.
You can use visual studio if you import the dll into your project. No mono library is required.
Thanks for linking the github pull request. I included the support for the Hitechnic IR Link sensor that I ported from LeJOS and compiled everything. I didn’t test it yet but everything should work.
Mirror 1 (Dropbox)
Mirror 2 (Mediafire)
Mirror 3 (my private server. Isn’t very relieable)
- This reply was modified 2 years, 11 months ago by Tcm0.