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Hello ,

 

A question here ,orderd almost 2 weeks ago an S-brick ,at the official S-Brick store .

Send them 3 day's ago a mail about shipping info ,no awnser , try to login on my account not possibele .

Sombady here the same probleme .do they have problemes ??????

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4 minutes ago, technicbuilder said:

Hello ,

 

A question here ,orderd almost 2 weeks ago an S-brick ,at the official S-Brick store .

Send them 3 day's ago a mail about shipping info ,no awnser , try to login on my account not possibele .

Sombady here the same probleme .do they have problemes ??????

We have difficulties with the factory which produce the SBrick. We try to fix the shipping issue asap, hopefully in this week. Thanks for your patience.

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23 hours ago, Carsten Svendsen said:

Does anyone know if it is possible to do sequence programming and if so, how?

I tried with the sequence and step function but it doesn't work at all like I intended.

Basically, I just need a couple of motors to complete a set of start/stops on a timer, via the push of a button

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What you see below are two channels controlling each motor. I know there's an error in the "knifes" sequence, but I can't be bothered redo it and screenshot it again. Anyway, look at the graph above.

Am I on the right track or completely off? When I tap the pink button in the app, the "bale turner" motor runs very slowly, the longer I hold the button the faster it goes. Similarly, when it's at 100% and I hold the button, it slows down gradually to 0 and then nothing.

 

After a couple hours of testing, I have finally found the solution

It is not intuitive at all, and would be so much easier with a text based LOOP(IF, THEN) coding

You need a Sequence for each function (motor/output) and a circuit to combine them both.

The starting button must be the last to be put in the app so that it covers the other two buttons so you don't press them by accident when transparent (would be cool if you could change the order on the control sidepanel though)

Remember that the sequence switched by the circuit needs an "opposite delay" equal to the delay it took to trigger the circuit in the first place, in my case that is 1 second

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Edited by Carsten Svendsen

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Hi,

We have a good progress with the coding enabled SBrick app. Now we want to do a closed beta test.

If you are interested please write to betatest@sbrick.com

If you have iOS device we may need your UDID.

Thanks for participating, your suggestions will make our app more user friendly.

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