USB haas operator panel interface
I wanted it to work while I booted the computer.
How you use it is up to you and the linuxcnc software you use with it.
Of course you could reprogram the mega to use the keyboard in another way if you like.
I would like to do the reverse - connecting a keyboard / Arduino into a Haas.
I am not smart enough to do this on my own - could someone reach out to help? would this just work rather then waiting for an input it outputs on the pins?
fupeama wrote: Hi,
long time ago I try to "hack" sserial. It is posible.
I had to make new firmrware for my 7i76e, because i need ttl on p2 no rs485. Than I used logic analyzer and listen communication between 7i76e and 7i73
after a long time and many attempts my stm32f1 and 7i76e speeks together. Then I migrated to stm32f4, because f1 have not enough pins for keyboard, encoders etc.
(atmega is fine, but not for fast communication on 2,5Mb speed)
here is a very simple example.and log file from analyzer.
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and source code made in stm32cubemx and uvision arm keil for f1 (no keyboard attached only sserial communication) and f4 (keyboard attached)
only for ilustration. I am not programmer.
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Hey Martin - i'm finally getting back to this but seem to be overwhelmed with the STM IDE process.
wonder if you could do some hand holding for me.
I see someone started an arduino library(which might be easier for many) but it seems incomplete:
I have blue pill f1 (and some blackpill f4 coming).
I would like to make a Sserial to VFD interface.
cmorley wrote: I see someone started an arduino library(which might be easier for many) but it seems incomplete:
I guess that you mean using the Arduino IDE with an STM32?
i am trying to adapt it to the stm32.
I found the STM IDE too complicated to attempt this - I there is a lot of moving parts to get right just to start to program it.
Using the Arduino with STM would be a lower bar for people to experiment.