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Dr. Don Wilcher - Watch Now - EOC 2024 - Duration: 17:37

Live Q&A - Aggregating Data and Sensor Programming With The Arduino Nano 33BLE Sense Board
Dr. Don Wilcher
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Score: 0 | 2 weeks ago | no reply

Hi DaveK, thanks for the kind comments. The pull resistors for the I2C signals are on the Arduino Nano 33 BLE Sense pcb. Here is a link to obtain the electronic circuits schematic diagram for the microcontroller platform. chrome-extension://efaidnbmnnnibpcajpcglclefindmkaj/https://docs.arduino.cc/resources/schematics/ABX00071-schematics.pdf

DaveK
Score: 0 | 2 weeks ago | no reply

Nice presentation Don. I noticed there were no pull-up resistors on the i2c signals in your schematic. Are they on the board or on the display board or internal to the processor?

16:37:26 From Thomas Schaertel to Everyone:
	Hi Don, did you ever use the Arduino Cloud for making a GUI with GUI elements, graphs, etc.? While presenting sensor data this is really a timesaver.
16:41:26 From Caio J. B. V. Guimaraes to Everyone:
	It is! There's even a coursera course on TinyML that uses it
16:41:42 From BobF to Everyone:
	I think that many of the prized s/w techniques can be learnt from constrained devices however, there is so much of a tendency for developers to go with the 'latest and greatest' dev kits. From an educational establishment viewpoint, what can be done to make these more appealing to a wider audience?
16:47:01 From BobF to Everyone:
	Addition : Before jumping to the more professional (Industry 4.0) Arduino Portenta series of boards.
16:50:50 From Lyden Smith to Everyone:
	Thank you Don!
16:51:01 From Thomas Schaertel to Everyone:
	Thank you!
16:51:08 From BobF to Everyone:
	We can so easily get lost in layers of abstraction, thank you
16:51:09 From Eric to Everyone:
	Thank you!

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