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Arduino battery capacity selection based on the current measurements

You have two current values and the approximate time those currents run for. From that you can calculate the average current. If you have 8 seconds "on" and (15*60-8) 892 seconds "off&...
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Sending float values from Python to Arduino using Serial communication

There are two things going on here. First of all, if you look up the readline() method in Python that is referenced in the PySerial manual, you'll see the following: readline(size=- 1, /) Read and ...
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Using a 5 pin button with Arduino Correctly

The button's pins are as follows: +: The LED's anode -: The LED's cathode C: The common pin of the switch NC: Normally Closed - is normally connected to the C pin until the button is pressed NO: ...
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Displaying multiple temperature outputs w/Thermistors

Here is my proposal: Sum the readings (samples) of each sensor(thermistor) and store the sum in an array. Then divide each sum by the number of samples that were taken. Instead of computing one ...
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