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(2020-11-13, 08:51 AM)jmj Wrote: will motor.ino run on ESP ?

The ESP32 has two CPU cores, generally only one of which is used for MicroPython.  I've been wondering whether the other core could run time-sensitive code such as motor.ino.  Also, whether the ESP32 has enough digital/analog I/O to do the job (this is another reason why the motor controller runs on an Arduino nano - the RPi doesn't have much analog input).

(2020-11-13, 08:51 AM)jmj Wrote: Browsing the code - i can see what a lot of work you have put into this - so thank you very much for the effort.

Indeed.  I don't know how @seandepagnier does it all!

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Devlopment - by jmj - 2020-11-13, 08:51 AM
RE: Devlopment - by CapnKernel - 2020-11-13, 12:14 PM
RE: Devlopment - by seandepagnier - 2020-11-13, 05:12 PM

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