Is this an abandoned product?

I can't believe that the Ethernet package is broken and doesn't compile.

The one post about how to fix it doesn't match any of the software and libs marked Industruino in the Arduino IDE.

Is Industruino an abandoned product?

 

***UPDATE: The installs from the IDE are broken or old or both. I assume the rest of the libs will be only be up to date in GitHub. While that is a valid way to do things, please delete or force the parties with the libs offered by Arduino.cc to remove them so you don't have folk like me regretting buying your product.

John Bryant
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Hi, thanks for your feedback, we do our best to provide clear documentation. The leaflet included in your Ethernet module states where to find the current library 'Ethernet2', and indeed github is the best reference https://github.com/Industruino/documentation
If you can be more precise about what is not working, we will look into it.

 

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Read the manual? Where are you from, Europe? Kidding ;-) I am an old Arduino guy so first step is always the IDE's Library Manager, I typed in "industruino" and installed everything that came up. The "EthernetIndustruino v1.0" is where the problems started. Second, the GitHub version of the Industruino blessed Ethernet2 has another issue; the examples are stil pointed to the standard Arduino "Serial" object and not the "SerialUSB" object in the Industruino. That added to the confusion because the code in the examples pauses until that serial object is available and being consumed. So the examples in that Git repo looked broken too until I started digging. I guess I was so fustrated at that point I asked my question. I am a week behind in the evaluation for this project because the first Industruino unit was bricked and when the examples do not run without debugging them its hard to get a good first impression of a system. As of now I do have the system running and networked. I have a 4-20 mA loop with a PT100 running. I think the next step is to get a few sensors into the 4-20 mA loop from the Arduino world and see if I can successfully replace all of my custom made boards. The more custom boards I remove the happier I get.

John Bryant
on 2/9/19, 1:24 PM

Hi Industrino Team,

 

Here is my code used with 324U(Leonardo board with ETHERNETINDUSTRINO.h LIBRARY) it was working perfect in my LAN,

Is part of an industrial printing service, at this moment I have 6 of them working at production lines in my work.

 

I need more modules to implement in other production lines, but with DG21 I was replacing Ethernetindustrino.h with Ethernet.h an Ethernet2.h but it’s doesn’t work, They can’t connect in the LAN

I was trying many ways to run as in 324U(Leonardo),

 

What I Can do?

 

Please help me, because I bought 3 DG21 modules!!!

 

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Read the manual? Where are you from, Europe? Kidding ;-) I am an old Arduino guy so first step is always the IDE's Library Manager, I typed in "industruino" and installed everything that came up. The "EthernetIndustruino v1.0" is where the problems started. Second, the GitHub version of the Industruino blessed Ethernet2 has another issue; the examples are stil pointed to the standard Arduino "Serial" object and not the "SerialUSB" object in the Industruino. That added to the confusion because the code in the examples pauses until that serial object is available and being consumed. So the examples in that Git repo looked broken too until I started digging. I guess I was so fustrated at that point I asked my question. I am a week behind in the evaluation for this project because the first Industruino unit was bricked and when the examples do not run without debugging them its hard to get a good first impression of a system. As of now I do have the system running and networked. I have a 4-20 mA loop with a PT100 running. I think the next step is to get a few sensors into the 4-20 mA loop from the Arduino world and see if I can successfully replace all of my custom made boards. The more custom boards I remove the happier I get.

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d.ceballos@generaltransmissions.com
on 2/9/19, 10:15 PM

hi Josh, apologies for the confusion, i have added notes on Github about the 'SerialUSB' issue

Tom
on 2/11/19, 12:13 AM
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