Controlling I2C-Sensors on EV3

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  • #4893
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    NaviGatorSystemX1
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    Hello,

    I try to use my Arduino-Uno as a I2C-Sensor for my EV3 (like it is described here:
    http://www.dexterindustries.com/howto/connecting-ev3-arduino) but I would like to send/read data directly with my C# program and not with the LEGO Software.

    Is there a possibilty to do that with the MonoBrick Communication Library? or if not, is it possible to start a program on the EV3 which handles the I2C-Sensor (with the LEGO software) besides the C# program which is still running?

    Kind regards,
    Dominik

    #4896
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    Anders Søborg
    Key Master

    Hi there

    Then you need to use the MonoBrick firmware (link) and do the same as this guy has done

    /Anders

    #4897
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    NaviGatorSystemX1
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    Hello Anders,

    thank you for your quick response. The only problem with using the MonoBrick firmware is that the program I already have written is inside the TestApplication and already put some work in it, but maybe I can reuse some code or adapt it that it also works with the MonoBrick firmware functionalities. Anyway, thank you for your great work and support.

    Kind regards,
    Dominik

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    Tcm0
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