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Tue Dec 20, 2016 7:50 pm

Is the Windows application able to download different sketches onto the Arduino programatically without human intervention ?

Can the Intel Chip on the Lattepanda send the Arduino into a sleep mode or power down programatically and restart the Arduino programatically ?

Lately i use a extension on the Visual studio 2015 called "Windows Remote Arduino" to let the Arduino communicate with my computer. Can i use the same extension on Visual Sudio 2015 for the Lattepanda or does the Lattepanda use a different Firmata/library to communicate with the arduino?

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Tue Dec 20, 2016 8:45 pm

( google translation )
My guess :
The Arduino on the LP is nothing but an Arduino Leonardo and is just like this connected to the PC-CPU via (an internal) USB.
You can not do more and no less with the onboard Arduino as with an external connected Arduino Leonardo.
But you can also use any software that runs with the external Leonardo on the LP Arduino Leonardo.

I myself use normal sources from the Internet in VS2015 with the Arduino software version V1.6.9. I test some of the software first on an external Leonardo before I then program it on the Leonardo in the LP.

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