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Author:  Scoreit [ Tue Aug 13, 2019 8:45 am ]
Post subject:  raspberry pi to arduino connection bridge

hi
I have built a scoreboard with professional P10 led screen modules and it is working great
however I have designed the actual layout of the screen to suit different types of field games.
knowing the limitations of the Arduino controlling different sketches I wish to try the Pi so I
don't need to either reload a new sketch or replace the controller with a new Arduino with a different sketch on it

To make it a short request is
can I use the bridge and the pi to run my sketches to control the P10 modules keeping in mind
I am using Arduino (.h) font libraries
that way I could have several games saved on the pi and call which ever one i wanted to use.
i am controlling the Arduino via Bluetooth
I will wait for any replies
keven

Author:  libelium-dev [ Tue Aug 13, 2019 1:28 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: raspberry pi to arduino connection bridge

Hi,

We think the best practice will be to connect the screen directly to the Raspberry. We don't see the need to use the connection bridge.

The connection bridge is just to connect a board or module designed for Arduino in Raspberry Pi.

Regards.

Author:  Scoreit [ Wed Aug 14, 2019 6:53 am ]
Post subject:  Re: raspberry pi to arduino connection bridge

Thank you for your quick reply
I totally agree with you however i have tried many different connection via the ones that are available of the net and found none of them work thus in my frustration i was looking at the Arduino
connection shield which works on the Arduino to the LED modules to piggy back the Pi
i know its not the best way.
I suppose I'll go back to the drawing board.
thanks for your interest
regards
Keven

Author:  libelium-dev [ Wed Aug 14, 2019 7:38 am ]
Post subject:  Re: raspberry pi to arduino connection bridge

You're welcome!

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