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authorKing Kévin <kingkevin@cuvoodoo.info>2015-01-29 12:16:05 +0100
committerKing Kévin <kingkevin@cuvoodoo.info>2015-01-29 12:16:05 +0100
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@@ -6,7 +6,7 @@ This scale was simply around when the project started.
To connect the scale to the computer a Arduino Nano development board is used.
The Atmel ATmega 328P micro-controller is integrated in the scale case.
-It reads the PWM signal, interprates the weight, and sends it on UART (over USB).
+It reads the PWM signal, interprets the weight, and sends it on UART (over USB).
The scale has a JP1 header on the board.
Pin 1 is the one near the switch.
@@ -24,12 +24,12 @@ It's frequency is around 3 Hz (it's not exact).
The high and low duty cycle encode the current weight measured.
The high duty cycle decreases when the weight increases.
The low duty cycle increases when the weight increases.
-The low duty cycly is linearly proprotional to the weight.
+The low duty cycle is linearly proportional to the weight.
It still needs a minimum weight to start measuring correctly.
The origin of this linear curve is not at 0.
The micro-controller code is written in C.
-It reads the state of the scale usinf pin 3.
+It reads the state of the scale using pin 3.
It reads the weight on the scale using pin 5.
By programming the curve parameters in the code it can calculate the weight.
These parameters have been experimentally identify, using the measured values in `scale.ods`.