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  1. Hi there, I am using the chipKIT Wi-FIRE with the basic I/O shield and MPLABX IDE. I want to read out the temperature sensor of the I/O shield via I2C and write the value to the OLED display. I do see a value on the OLED-display that reacts on the sensors environment (i.e. it increases when I put my finger on the sensor), however it is clearly wrong as I get 360°C for room temperature (before anyone asks: I know I have to multiply the sensor value with 2^-4 to get a the correct numerical value). To initialize the bus and read out the sensor value I followed an example found on https://sit
  2. When I connect the Wi-Fi Shield to the Max32 board and print out the state of the pins on the Wi-Fi Shield Vs the I/O shield I get completely different reactions, even though they connect to the same exact slots except for A6-A11 which aren't being used on the Wi-Fi shield & are left unconnected. With the I/O shield the pins are all low (as they should be, there is nothing in the code to make them go high. With the Wi-Fi Shield, & the same code, there are 3 pins that light up for no reason (the ones associated w/ Btn2&4 & SW1 on the I/O board. What could this be?
  3. I bought a Wi-Fi Shield(B) recently. I'm new to all this. I have the Wi-Fi shield sandwiched in between the Max32 & the I/O shield. This is ok right? My main concern however is that the SW1 & the BTN2 & BTN4 are always high. I used the below code for example to test it & LD{1, 5 & 7} are always high. It is the switches & buttons, not the LD's, b/c other programs that don't involve those buttons don't light them up. And these programs work perfectly fine w/ the Max32 & I/O Shield. Did I do something wrong or is the device faulty? Thanks so much! // set p