I have a DC2026C (Linduino One board), that after being used for other purposes, has been uploaded with the AD590B sketch provided in LTSketchbook.zip compiled with Arduino IDE (Arduino uno, Files > Sketchbook > Utilities > DC590B). The upload seems correct because:
- using the Arduino IDE Serial Monitor I see “hello”
- using QuikEval, if I connect the Linduino with the convenient 14-ribbon cable to a DC934A (LTC2607C evaluation board), it recognizes the LTC2607 and generates and captures voltages.
The problem arises when I try to use ACE to perform the same kind of tests. I mean, capturing data from LTC2607 through Linduino...
The plug-ins in ACE seem to be installed and updated (Board.Linduino, Board.LTC2607, Chip.LTC2607 and Hardware.LinduinoSupport), but the hardware recognized by ACE seems no to be correct: it “sees” a subsystem with an Arduino One and a LTC2607 but they are not linked between them. When looking inside the Arduino One, it does not show the QuikEval connector, and the status of the LTC2607 is “unavailable”. When having a look to the Events it shows that something happens:"Device parameter quik/shield_9-data-linduino-quik-pins not found for Board.Linduino's device diagram".
Does someone have any idea about what I am doing wrong? (Or is it possible that the firmware of the Linduino One would be different from the AD590B sketches?)
Thanks a lot!
(PS. I have also tried uploading the AD590B enhanced sketch to the Linduino One but it happens the same)