Arducam Multi Camera Adapter Doubleplexer Stereo Module V2 for Raspberry Pi Zero

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    • #20616

      Phoenix :

      my camera having trouble opening. I’m able to call camera b at is i2c location but camera a isn’t receiving any data. The demo code also runs but can’t open the camera a file. I know camera attached to camera a works when not attached to the hat.

      Arducam support team :

      It seems that you need to enable the MIPI channel to receive data from Camera A as follows:

      Phoenix :

      The code I’ve been using matched what you’ve sent to me, but it still results in the same error.

      Arducam support team  :

      Could you please connect your single camera to raspberry pi and test it?
      Run this command “vcgencmd get_camera ”
      And then run “raspistill –t 0” to test if the camera and the cable are normal

      Phoenix :

      I’m able to run both camera through the raspberry pi and I’m also able to run both cameras through the camera B port.

      Arducam support team  :

      Could you please test your single GPIO4pin ?
      Our engineer think this pin wasn’t drove normally which made the port B cannot switch to port A.

      Phoenix :

      I’m able to make both GPIO pin 4 & 17 blink an led with a high/low changing.

    • #20699

      hi

    • #20715
      bin
      Keymaster

      Hi,

      Sorry for my late reply.

      If you can drive the GPIO4 and  GPIO 17 normally,it seems your uc444 board is defective.

      Please contact our [email protected] for replacement.

       

    • #21231
      matej1006
      Participant

      Hello i also have problem

      this is what i get when i run testScreenshot

      • This reply was modified 6 months, 3 weeks ago by matej1006.
      • This reply was modified 6 months, 2 weeks ago by Lee Jackson.
    • #21988
      bin
      Keymaster

      Hi,

      It is due to you don’t have permission to operate the rpi3-gpiovirtbuf, you should run sudo chmod +x rpi3-gpiovirtbuf to give the application access.

      If not you will not use it successfully.

       

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