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Tobias Vandenbempt

Member Since 29 May 2012
Offline Last Active Sep 26 2014 06:48 PM

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In Topic: Robot Arm

12 August 2014 - 12:34 PM

The .NET Micro Framework team (, Microsoft) just unveiled a project they're working on, part of which controls a robot arm using a Netduino. Blog article: YouTube Video: Pretty cool! Chris

It's been 4 years, no more word on this?

In Topic: NP2 & Sparkfun BMP085 (I2C)

24 May 2014 - 05:31 PM

I tried the 100 Khz setting, tried different addresses, tried creating a new solution with a simple setup to test the I2C communication.

However still bumping into errors.
This time it fails on the initialization of I2CDevice class in the MultiI2C base class. 


I created a rar file with the solution in it, don't know if it'll help. 


Download :


Sigh! :)

In Topic: RebootDevice(false) doesn't reenter Main

24 May 2014 - 05:24 PM

Concerning the post topic, I think the Netduino Reboot does work, it just loses the connection with visual studio which doesn't display any more log lines in the debug window. Which, when I think of it, is perfectly logical. 

In Topic: RebootDevice(false) doesn't reenter Main

24 May 2014 - 05:21 PM

Fieuw, fixed it. I reconnected USB, like I tried before, but this time I disconnected the LAN Cable causing the DateTimeController to timeout which gave Visual Studio enough time to upload the new assemblies which solved my problem.

Good thing that DateTimeController line was still in there.

In Topic: RebootDevice(false) doesn't reenter Main

24 May 2014 - 05:13 PM

While trying to simplify the main method for testing BMP085 and the above mentioned restart problem I've uploaded some code that continiously restarts the netduino causing me to not be able to upload new code. 


Error 1 An error has occurred: please check your hardware.


Last codeset:

        public static void Main()
            Debug.Print("Welcome to Netduino");
            LedController.BlinkAllLights(3, 50);
            while (true)
                Thread.Sleep(1000 * 60 * 1); //sleep 1 minutes

Each time I press Start in my solution it blinks the lights and gives me the error message when "Preparing to deploy assemblies to the device. " and then displaying "Deploy failed".


Positive thing in this situation is the proof that the restart function does something at least. 


(The tick method is empty.)


Hope it's fixable, 


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