Finally got VB2013 to recognize the EZB.dll.
You might want to tell the three other VB folks out there that your VB .Net must be set to use the Net-Framework V4.5.
It won’t work with the newer version 4.5.2 !
Apparently your SDK builds require a specific version of Net Framework.
When I updated to VB2013Express and Net Framework V4.5.2 was installed, the existing SDK dlls won’t work.
The VB compiler says that the dll is requesting the specific version of Net Framework V4.5.
I had to uninstall V4.5.2 and install V4.5 to get VB to work with the SDK.
Incidentally, VB.Net 2010 will not allow you to load Net Framework higher than version 4.0.
So users must upgrade their VB.NET toVB2013 and then undo the installation of Net Framework V4.5.2 to use the current version of your SDK.
Is there any way to do your compiles to accept a current AND FUTURE version of Net Framework ? Just say’n J.
My real problem.
EZBV4 connects correctly to my Wi-Fi router when powered up..
EZ-Builder connects correctly. OK !
However when I put the EZB_Connect object on my VB form, and try to connect, it puts up a message box requesting a Pass-Word.
WHAT PASSWORD is it asking for ?
It doesn’t request one when I go through EZBuilder.
I also notice that the connect object does not have the Scan button on it.
(I have also gotten the Connect Object on the Form by creating a new object in the Form Load routine. Seems to work the same way.)
Little help please
Where can I get the GPS and Compass modules you use.
I have several, but they don’t look like the ones I see in your videos.
Do you have videos for connecting and using the GPS and Compass modules ?
If using one of the 3 serial I2C connectors, how does one determine the address of the module ? Most of this stuff comes from China with no documentation.
Still frustrated with your power pass-through decision on the Digital ports.
I use a 12V motorcycle battery which I can re-charge and has plenty of capacity.
Also makes the robot stable with its weight.
Rechargeable 6 Volt Lantern battery causes a Low Battery response from the V4.
Charger says it is full.
Don’t like LiPo batteries ! They are dangerous
Think I may have destroyed a couple of my ping modules.
Ami I going to have to breadboard a couple of regulated power boards and make all my connection to that ?
That makes all your 3-pin connectors useless . Most modules have a 3-pin female connector.
But, if I have to split out the power and signal wires, I end up with a mess of wiring. Do I have to hack all this stuff ?
How about an example script, and an Arduino sketch example, to conduct string, floating, and integer serial dialog (Tx/Rx). It is much easier to connect the sensors to an Arduino.
Wish you had put a board mounted 2-pin connector on your raw audio out. I hate the idea of soldering on your $69.00 board.. Your on-board speaker can hardly be heard.