New firmware version 1.0.14 and python module version 1.0.14 have been released.
- A change has been made to the i2c settings to accommodate devices that can hold the clock low to pause communications.
- New function added to allow reconfiguration of analog pins as digital or analog. When analog pins are configured as digital pins they become an extension of the digital pin numbering. A1 = D14, A2 = D15 and so on.
All of the pyMCU example code has been committed into a GitHub repository so it’s all in one easy to access place.
The new pyMCU (PicoBoard) Scratch firmware is out so you can now use your pyMCU like a PicoBoard with Scratch 1.4. You can grab the firmware hex file over on the pyMCU file page.
Slider is A1
Resistance-A is A2
Resistance-B is A3
Resistance-C is A4
Resistance-D (Not Available)
Sound is A5
Light is A6
Button is D1
We’ll get some videos of it in action posted soon.