Using Arduino to do a communication between sensors and Windows for IOT
Project tutorial by Christiano Faig
This is a 3D printable backpack module using ATmega328 that includes an enclosure for all the components. It allows the LCD to be online.
Project in progress by Carlos Silva
I designed this stepper motor with eight electromagnets, six neodymium magnets, with a 3d printed rotor and stator housing.
Project tutorial by Anthony Garofalo
I2C will work great for that. What may impact if you lose or not any data is the time between the reads.... we will have a delay.
What I'm using now, is to add a BLE on Arduino, NODEMCU, or any other device and than connect to RPI.
Don't know if you are thinkin about have this sent to the cloud. If you do, try to send the data to Azure Service Bus and have the Data Stream to analyses and add on table or at SQL.
You can use as well to have a live dashboard using power BI.
Really sorry for the delay here. Did you make work? If not let me know i will write some code to test and get back to you. (Faster this time, i promess :) )
Got the same issue using last version pf arduino. Try update the firmware using Arduino 1.06. And yes no levelshifter needed for i2c, if you want to use a level shifter you can communicate using serial. Didnt try that on windows iot, will try and let you know if works :)
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