1 - Download Ardu-Stim - small button at top right above files (cloud symbol) and extract.
Feb 2018 tested working - https://gitlab.com/libreems-suite/ardu-stim/tree/master
2 - Download SerialUI, and Install SerialUI Library into Arduino IDE - http://flyingcarsandstuff.com/projects/
2.2.0 tested working -
Direct download - https://flyingcarsandstuff.com/projects ... /download/
3 - Load Ardu-Stim into Arduino IDE, Compile, and Upload Ardu-Stim to Arduino
4 - Download Druid4Arduino and run - http://flyingcarsandstuff.com/projects/
druid4arduino-1.3.1 tested working -
Direct download - http://flyingcarsandstuff.com/projects/ ... /download/
* - If the COM# isn't in the drop-down menu just type the # in*
* - To change things in Druid4Arduino you press a button and the entry box at top right blinks with the option description above it. Punch in the number you want in the format of the button's description in parenthesis, and press OK. Confirmation is displayed in bottom box - use Info button to refresh -.
* - Ardu-stim Wheel Patterns
* - Arduino Wiring - POT DISABLED IN SOFTWARE AFTER 15 MAY 2016 -
Pin 8 will provide the crank or primary wheel signal - essential
Pin 9 will provide the cam or secondary wheel signal - optional
Forum - https://forums.libreems.org/showthread.php?tid=21https://forums.libreems.org/showthread.php?tid=21 wrote:15 May 2016 - Fixed several bugs. 1 RPM defaulted to zero, 2, on exit it would default to POT …
…mode which can cause the rpm signal to go way out of range (disabled POT mode), 3. added state tracking for RPM variable as an experiment (druid4arduino 1.3.0 or higher)
Supposedly RPM pot is commented out in Arduino IDE, but can be returned by removing the comment code.
UPDATE : NEW VERSION - 2.2.0 tested working
Ardu-Stim wrote: 4 December 2017 ·
New code pushed out (tagged v1.0_SerialUI-2.x). NOTE: This requires SerialUI 2.x to compile, Tested with the 2.1.6 tag from git. Tested and verified working with devicedruid (successor to druid4arduino) and a serial console application (minicom on linux), though any serial comm app should work at 9600-8-N-1 with Echo On. All patterns appear to work and sweep as well as linear mode seem to be working normally. Please let me know of any bugs you find with as much detail as possible.