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Help// LED Lights not going on

I am having problems with the 10.1 Mathematica Arduino device .

arduino = DeviceOpen["Arduino", "COM3"];
DeviceConfigure[arduino, "Upload"];

DeviceOpen::noclass: A driver for Arduino was not found on your local computer or currently available paclet sites. If you can locate the driver, add the driver directory to $Path or load the driver directly with Get. If you cannot locate the driver, contact the device manufacturer or create a driver using the Wolfram Device Framework. See http://devices.wolfram.com for more information. >>

DeviceConfigure::ncdev: $Failed is not open. >>

This problem started this morning for no reason. Any help?

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POSTED BY: Jose Calderon
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This is the problem. My home version is 10.0 . This is why it worked on my lab where running 10.1. Si with veriuon 10.1 , i do not have to upload the sketch to Arduino? Averything runs from Methematica ?

POSTED BY: Jose Calderon

Yes, with the driver that is shipped with version 10.1 of Mathematica, as long as you also have the Arduino software installed (you don't have to manually open it), Mathematica can upload the sketch to the Arduino by just evaluating

DeviceConfigure["Arduino" ,"Upload"]

If you don't have version 10.1, then you will need to upload the sketch and use the package as I detailing in my other post, http://community.wolfram.com/groups/-/m/t/315748?p_p_auth=haouzG0j.

Ian

POSTED BY: Ian Johnson

This is a follow up.. There is something nor notmal in mathematica with the Arduino devices. For no apparent reason now can not detect the board

DeviceOpen["Arduino", "COM3"];

DeviceOpen::noclass: A driver for Arduino was not found on your local computer or currently available paclet sites. If you can locate the driver, add the driver directory to $Path or load the driver directly with Get. If you cannot locate the driver, contact the device manufacturer or create a driver using the Wolfram Device Framework. See http://devices.wolfram.com for more information. >>        

Any idea what is possible that I am doing wrong?

POSTED BY: Jose Calderon

Can you evaluate $Version on your Mathematica?

Arduino device drivers are available in Mathematica and Wolfram Desktop 10.1+

Ian

POSTED BY: Ian Johnson
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