Arduino Pro (Leonardo Micro)

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Re: Arduino Pro (Leonardo Micro)

Post by winnetouch » Mon Oct 24, 2016 12:01 pm

Thanks I'll try figuring it out. Just one more question. How do you redefine the pins? I want to use pin0 on the pro micro. Is there a way to do that?

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Re: Arduino Pro (Leonardo Micro)

Post by myPiZero » Mon Oct 24, 2016 12:17 pm

I edited the code to include all the pins on the Arduino pro micro.
I don't know if the extra unused keys might degrade the performance. I use the same code with a smaller arrays of 12 keys only.

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#include <Keyboard.h>

#define BUTTONS 20

int keycode_arr[] =
{
  118,  // PIN0   'v'
  119,   // PIN1   'w'
  120,  // PIN2   'x'
  121,   // PIN3   'y'
  32,  // PIN4   space
  10,  // PIN5   enter

  215,  // PIN6   RIGHT
  217,  // PIN7   DOWN
  216,  // PIN8   LEFT
  218,  // PIN9   UP

  122,  // PIN10  Z
  176,  // PIN11  ENTER
  17,   // PIN12  CTRL
  204,  // PIN13  F11

  112,  // A0     PAUSE
  177,  // A1     ESC

  97,  // A2     'a'

  98,  // A3     'b'

  108,  // A4     (right shoulder - r)
  114   // A5     "l" - left shoulder
};

int key_state[BUTTONS];

void setup()
{
  PRR1 = PRR1 |
         (
           (1 << PRTIM2) |
           (1 << PRTIM3) |
           (1 << PRUSART1)
         );
  PRR0 = PRR0 |
         (
           (1 << PRTWI) |
           (1 << PRSPI) |
           (1 << PRTIM1) |
           (1 << PRADC)
         );

  DDRB = DDRB & ~
         (
           (1 << DDB1) |
           (1 << DDB2) |
           (1 << DDB3) |
           (1 << DDB4) |
           (1 << DDB5) |
           (1 << DDB6) |
           (1 << DDB7)
         );

  PORTB = PORTB |
          (
            (1 << PB1) |
            (1 << PB2) |
            (1 << PB3) |
            (1 << PB4) |
            (1 << PB5) |
            (1 << PB6) |
            (1 << PB7)
          );

  DDRC = DDRC & ~
         (
           (1 << DDC6) |
           (1 << DDC7)
         );
  PORTC = PORTC |
          (
            (1 << PC6) |
            (1 << PC7)
          );

  DDRD = DDRD & ~
         (
           (1 << DDD0) |
           (1 << DDD1) |
           (1 << DDD2) |
           (1 << DDD3) |
           (1 << DDD4) |
           (1 << DDD6) |
           (1 << DDD7)
         );
  PORTD = PORTD |
          (
            (1 << PD0) |
            (1 << PD1) |
            (1 << PD2) |
            (1 << PD3) |
            (1 << PD4) |
            (1 << PD6) |
            (1 << PD7)
          );

  DDRE = DDRE & ~ (1 << DDE6);
  PORTE = PORTE | (1 << PE6);

  DDRF = DDRF & ~
         (
           (1 << DDF0) |
           (1 << DDF1) |
           (1 << DDF4) |
           (1 << DDF5) |
           (1 << DDF6) |
           (1 << DDF7)
         );
  PORTF = PORTF |
          (
            (1 << PF0) |
            (1 << PF1) |
            (1 << PF4) |
            (1 << PF5) |
            (1 << PF6) |
            (1 << PF7)
          );

  Keyboard.begin();
  //Serial.begin(115200);
}

void loop()
{
  int port_b;
  int port_c;
  int port_d;
  int port_e;
  int port_f;

  port_b = PINB;
  port_c = PINC;
  port_d = PIND;
  port_e = PINE;
  port_f = PINF;

  key_state[0] = ((port_d & (1 << PD2)) == 0); // PIN0
  key_state[1] = ((port_d & (1 << PD3)) == 0); // PIN1
  key_state[2] = ((port_d & (1 << PD1)) == 0); // PIN2
  key_state[3] = ((port_d & (1 << PD0)) == 0); // PIN3
  key_state[4] = ((port_d & (1 << PD4)) == 0); // PIN4
  key_state[5] = ((port_c & (1 << PC6)) == 0); // PIN5
  key_state[6] = ((port_d & (1 << PD7)) == 0); // PIN6
  key_state[7] = ((port_e & (1 << PE6)) == 0); // PIN7
  key_state[8] = ((port_b & (1 << PB4)) == 0); // PIN8
  key_state[9] = ((port_b & (1 << PB5)) == 0); // PIN9
  key_state[10] = ((port_b & (1 << PB6)) == 0); // PIN10
  key_state[11] = ((port_b & (1 << PB7)) == 0); // PIN11
  key_state[12] = ((port_d & (1 << PD6)) == 0); // PIN12
  key_state[13] = ((port_c & (1 << PC7)) == 0); // PIN13
  key_state[14] = ((port_f & (1 << PF7)) == 0); // A0
  key_state[15] = ((port_f & (1 << PF6)) == 0); // A1
  key_state[16] = ((port_f & (1 << PF5)) == 0); // A2
  key_state[17] = ((port_f & (1 << PF4)) == 0); // A3
  key_state[18] = ((port_f & (1 << PF1)) == 0); // A4
  key_state[19] = ((port_f & (1 << PF0)) == 0); // A5

  //Serial.println(key_state[6]);

  for (int i = 0; i < BUTTONS; i++)
  {
    if (key_state[i] == 1)
    {
      //Serial.println(keycode_arr[i]);
      Keyboard.press(keycode_arr[i]);
    }
    else
    {
      Keyboard.release(keycode_arr[i]);
    }
  }
}
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Re: Arduino Pro (Leonardo Micro)

Post by winnetouch » Mon Oct 24, 2016 12:21 pm

Thank you. I really appreciate your help :)

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Re: Arduino Pro (Leonardo Micro)

Post by winnetouch » Mon Oct 24, 2016 12:53 pm

Well... I'm back :P

I don't think I'm doing this right. I modified the key hex codes and uploaded it to my spakrfun pro micro (that doesn't have a pin 11-13 but it continues from 14-16 and then 19-21 si I need a at least pin 16 also :P)

Also. With they keys that I did modify... They don't seem to work. At least not on my mac. So what am I doing wrong?

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#include <Keyboard.h>

#define BUTTONS 20

int keycode_arr[] =
{
  26,  // PIN0   'w'
  22,   // PIN1   's'
  4,  // PIN2   'a'
  7,   // PIN3   'd'
  46,  // PIN4   '.'
  176,  // PIN5  Enter

  28,  // PIN6   y
  27,  // PIN7   x
  6,  // PIN8   c
  25,  // PIN9   v

  20,  // PIN10  q
  8,  // PIN11  e
  17,   // PIN12  CTRL
  204,  // PIN13  F11

  112,  // A0     PAUSE
  177,  // A1     ESC

  97,  // A2     'a'

  98,  // A3     'b'

  108,  // A4     (right shoulder - r)
  114   // A5     "l" - left shoulder
};

int key_state[BUTTONS];

void setup()
{
  PRR1 = PRR1 |
         (
           (1 << PRTIM2) |
           (1 << PRTIM3) |
           (1 << PRUSART1)
         );
  PRR0 = PRR0 |
         (
           (1 << PRTWI) |
           (1 << PRSPI) |
           (1 << PRTIM1) |
           (1 << PRADC)
         );

  DDRB = DDRB & ~
         (
           (1 << DDB1) |
           (1 << DDB2) |
           (1 << DDB3) |
           (1 << DDB4) |
           (1 << DDB5) |
           (1 << DDB6) |
           (1 << DDB7)
         );

  PORTB = PORTB |
          (
            (1 << PB1) |
            (1 << PB2) |
            (1 << PB3) |
            (1 << PB4) |
            (1 << PB5) |
            (1 << PB6) |
            (1 << PB7)
          );

  DDRC = DDRC & ~
         (
           (1 << DDC6) |
           (1 << DDC7)
         );
  PORTC = PORTC |
          (
            (1 << PC6) |
            (1 << PC7)
          );

  DDRD = DDRD & ~
         (
           (1 << DDD0) |
           (1 << DDD1) |
           (1 << DDD4) |
           (1 << DDD6) |
           (1 << DDD7)
         );
  PORTD = PORTD |
          (
            (1 << PD0) |
            (1 << PD1) |
            (1 << PD4) |
            (1 << PD6) |
            (1 << PD7)
          );

  //If you want to use digital pins 1 (TX) and 0 (RX) uncomment the following lines of PORTD
  //note that digital pin 1 is TX

  DDRD = DDRD & ~
         (
           (1 << DDD3) |
           (1 << DDD2)
         );

  PORTD = PORTD |
          (
            (1 << PD3) |
            (1 << PD2)
          );

  //end comment here

  DDRE = DDRE & ~ (1 << DDE6);
  PORTE = PORTE | (1 << PE6);

  DDRF = DDRF & ~
         (
           (1 << DDF0) |
           (1 << DDF1) |
           (1 << DDF4) |
           (1 << DDF5) |
           (1 << DDF6) |
           (1 << DDF7)
         );
  PORTF = PORTF |
          (
            (1 << PF0) |
            (1 << PF1) |
            (1 << PF4) |
            (1 << PF5) |
            (1 << PF6) |
            (1 << PF7)
          );

  Keyboard.begin();
  //Serial.begin(115200);
}

void loop()
{
  int port_b;
  int port_c;
  int port_d;
  int port_e;
  int port_f;

  port_b = PINB;
  port_c = PINC;
  port_d = PIND;
  port_e = PINE;
  port_f = PINF;

  key_state[0] = ((port_d & (1 << PD2)) == 0); // PIN0
  key_state[1] = ((port_d & (1 << PD3)) == 0); // PIN1
  key_state[2] = ((port_d & (1 << PD1)) == 0); // PIN2
  key_state[3] = ((port_d & (1 << PD0)) == 0); // PIN3
  key_state[4] = ((port_d & (1 << PD4)) == 0); // PIN4
  key_state[5] = ((port_c & (1 << PC6)) == 0); // PIN5
  key_state[6] = ((port_d & (1 << PD7)) == 0); // PIN6
  key_state[7] = ((port_e & (1 << PE6)) == 0); // PIN7
  key_state[8] = ((port_b & (1 << PB4)) == 0); // PIN8
  key_state[9] = ((port_b & (1 << PB5)) == 0); // PIN9
  key_state[10] = ((port_b & (1 << PB6)) == 0); // PIN10
  key_state[11] = ((port_b & (1 << PB7)) == 0); // PIN11
  key_state[12] = ((port_d & (1 << PD6)) == 0); // PIN12
  key_state[13] = ((port_c & (1 << PC7)) == 0); // PIN13
  key_state[14] = ((port_f & (1 << PF7)) == 0); // A0
  key_state[15] = ((port_f & (1 << PF6)) == 0); // A1
  key_state[16] = ((port_f & (1 << PF5)) == 0); // A2
  key_state[17] = ((port_f & (1 << PF4)) == 0); // A3
  key_state[18] = ((port_f & (1 << PF1)) == 0); // A4
  key_state[19] = ((port_f & (1 << PF0)) == 0); // A5

  //Serial.println(key_state[6]);

  for (int i = 0; i < BUTTONS; i++)
  {
    if (key_state[i] == 1)
    {
      //Serial.println(keycode_arr[i]);
      Keyboard.press(keycode_arr[i]);
    }
    else
    {
      Keyboard.release(keycode_arr[i]);
    }
  }
}

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Re: Arduino Pro (Leonardo Micro)

Post by myPiZero » Mon Oct 24, 2016 1:33 pm

I modified the code after you saw my comment. Please use the new code.

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Re: Arduino Pro (Leonardo Micro)

Post by winnetouch » Mon Oct 24, 2016 2:32 pm

damn it. Either that last code or something I did bricked my pro micro. I can't bring it back to life anymore :(. The port doesn't show up and doing the double click thing doesn't do anything. Looks like I'm screwed.

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Re: Arduino Pro (Leonardo Micro)

Post by myPiZero » Tue Oct 25, 2016 12:21 am

Try reading this forum post
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Re: Arduino Pro (Leonardo Micro)

Post by winnetouch » Tue Oct 25, 2016 5:39 am

I found that online yesterday and tried multiple fixes. I don't have the programmer chip so I can't use that method. I tried shorting the ground and reset pins and succeded maybe 2x out of 100 to restart the bootloader but the compiler was never fast enough to load a new code to the chip. The double push doesn't seem to work for me like it should. I did use a wire not a tact switch though.

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Re: Arduino Pro (Leonardo Micro)

Post by Justblair » Tue Oct 25, 2016 2:33 pm

Lpoolm wrote:
Raizan wrote:Hey, can someone tell me where shoud i connect the usb pads from the pi zero (from the usb hub) to the arduino pro board?
On the teensy lc you connect it to VCC D- D+ GND but the pro micro uses other...
Thank you
i also am struggling with where to connect my usb, does anyone have an answer to this yet?
thanks
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Just checked this out both by eye and with my multimeter, I have not tried it yet, waiting for my usb hub to arrive.

The resistors are tiny on these, some very fine wire will be required to attach to the end of them.

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Re: Arduino Pro (Leonardo Micro)

Post by winnetouch » Mon Oct 31, 2016 12:59 pm

myPiZero wrote:I modified the code after you saw my comment. Please use the new code.
I managed to fix my sparfun pro micro but the code still doesn't work for me. I'm testing it on my laptop. I copied the code in to my arduino software and uploaded it to my sparfun pro mini. Then I opened up a text editor and tried pressing the buttons. Only the v and y pins worked and even then the y pin was not the correct pi on the sparkfun pro micro. It should be pin 10 but it acted like pin 4.
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