One thing that jumps out right away is that the board with the pressure sensor appears to be a clone of the Sparkfun board. It looks like it may not be an exact clone, so we'd have to look at the board in more detail to tell if it is compatible. The images are not large enough to read the text, so if you could copy the text written on the green board and also the letters/numbers on the pressure sensor on the green board (the large silver metal component with the hole in the top).tonyvs wrote:Hello there!
Here are a few pictures of my launch pad and a video where you can hear the sound and see that all the lights are lit. The mode button has no effect, the reset button does stop the sound and switch off led1 and led 2 whilst I keep it pressed.
Another thing to try is to see if the board responds to the configuration setup mode. You should attempt to follow the directions for setting the servo deploy polarity in the manual and see if the board acts differently. It *should* let you toggle the servo left and right and set the deploy position to your preference. Try and see if it does that to verify that the code is running properly and the servo is working well.
See what happens and report back as soon as you can.