Archive for the ‘Front End’ Category

PID Front-End v0.2

Saturday, July 4th, 2009


Some people spend the 4th of July relaxing with friends, drinking beer, enjoying some good weather. I… updated the pid front-end. I got several requests to add grid lines and axes, and now was the time. For those of you with an image of me in a dank basement coding away, fear not. There was a Hawaiian shirt and a hammock involved.

The picture says it all. The trend lines are a little thicker, and there are now axis labels and grid lines. It’s also worth noting, since it was a pain to code, that the time gridlines and labels scroll, and can be displayed in milliseconds, seconds or minutes.

It can be downloaded here.

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Graphical Front-End for the Arduino PID Library

Saturday, May 30th, 2009


The first (extreme beta) version of the PID Front-End is up on the pid library page. It makes adjusting an Arduino PID much, much easier. The download includes the processing sketch (of course.) It also has an Arduino sketch showing how to send/receive on that end.

Download UPDATE: Download
PID Library Page
Arduino Forum Thread

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