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    i also tried this

    <!-- Begin Fusion Brain Instances -->
    <brain id="FB Car">0</brain>
    <!-- End Fusion Brain Instances -->

    Didnt work

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    Quote Originally Posted by Urbanmindz View Post
    ...when voltage between 4v and 6v is applied to analog input 0...
    If you really did feed it something over 5 volts at some point, that may be the problem. The chip is only designed to measure 0-5v, but I'm not sure what happens when you go over 5v.

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    ive never gone over 5 volts.. when i start the default xml (the one that preinstalls), when i apply voltage under 5 volts (check with a multimeter) several inputs react to the single input voltage. I am not sure if this is supposed to be this way..

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    Yes, that is normal. The analog to digital converter loops through the analog inputs, and if there is nothing connected to an input, some voltage will carry over from the previous input. It's not a problems since you won't be monitoring an input without anything connected. If it bothers you, just put a jumper between the ground and sensor pins.

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    lol doesnt bother me at all just wondering if it was a sign of malfunction. so if i get voltage reading on the default XML then in theory my FB is working fine right?

    Still wondering if anyone has a working steering wheel XML for me to study because apparently i am doing something wrong.

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    if you're getting accurate voltage readings, the brain's doing its job.

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    I realize that the brain is doing its job but i cannot get it to send a keystroke for nothing in this world. all i am trying to do is create a simply test XML that senses voltage on AI0 and sends control shift c keystroke to centrafuse and when the voltage releases for it to send control shift b. this is to activate a reverse camera. I thought this would be more simpler than creating the steering wheel control first. Can someone, anyone help me out? please???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Urbanmindz View Post
    I realize that the brain is doing its job but i cannot get it to send a keystroke for nothing in this world. all i am trying to do is create a simply test XML that senses voltage on AI0 and sends control shift c keystroke to centrafuse and when the voltage releases for it to send control shift b. this is to activate a reverse camera. I thought this would be more simpler than creating the steering wheel control first. Can someone, anyone help me out? please???
    use a simpler keystroke than ctrl+shift+c. Change it to something like "r".
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