The place we are setting up is black colored theme and I am using the PIR Unit. Painting the PIR Unit black is not an issue, but it got the White Fresnel Lens (the white dome thing). So I would like to replace it with a black one.
I have been trying to open up the PIR Unit, but I have a bit of difficulty disassembling it. I am afraid that if I apply too much force, it will break. Or is it ok to apply more force until the whole thing is split in half? Is there anything holding inside? Must it be open in a special way?
@lukasmaximus said in BTC 2.0 not powering the basic M5Stack:
@gadjet sorry this was definitely an issue with the description. The btc ticker is not capable of charging the m5 stack.
I wouldn't mind but I bought two of them !!! Oh well back to my 3D printed stand and a big battery.
Here is an example (Korean but you can using code, Simple Chat Server)
And I will publish this document in English as soon as possible. :D
I had the same problem. But I did decide to rename all my APs and every device connected. 30 minutes later, still can't get a device code, and it seems like it got stuck booting into the "Press next for instructions" screen, so I can't change the wifi if I wanted to :(
@heybin I’m sorry, I don’t understand why when you have it working for the stick and the stack. Looks like it’s time for M5Stack to build a UIFLOW port of the firmware for the camera. If you build it from the sicks firmware then half the work is done for you!
@mrtarantl said in Pinout of TFT display:
Thanks :D i am aware of that... I was searching for a pinout of this
The contacts are not damaged, it should be easy to solder it again on the board and it will probably work again...
Of course, if you have minimal soldering skills...
@ajb2k3 yes I did use the cooling module as well.
My thought was that there probably is some electrical interference when using the stepper and the servo module together. My solution in that case will be that i disconnect the mbus from the voltage regulator +wire completely to only power the steppers with the external power supply and do the rest with usb power to the m5Stack, so i am safe :D
Yes it is unfortunate that there's just not enough information on these boards, they seem to be spending lots of effort generating different modules but not so much effort in support documentation which is a shame because it's a great product.
Have the ezTimeLog example loaded up. It is printing lines at the bottom of the canvas, and shifting previously printed lines up, indeed just like a terminal screen watching serial output. I think I misunderstood the scrolling functionality as the ability to use buttons to go back through the history at the top that had already scrolled off the screen. I see in issue #24 you say "canvas.print creates a buffer in memory that stores every print until it has scrolled off the screen", so that's not the way it works - sorry for my confusion.
Indeed, creating menu items that don't do anything would be a possible solution. I tried that early on, but found that once the menu was drawn (or run), it merely sits and waits for buttons. I have not tried creating a function that does an .addItem, then runs the menu again, and run that function with an .addEvent. I'll give that a try as soon as possible. Is there a limit to the number of menu items, other than memory constraints? If I'm successful getting the "menu" to redraw, I'll let you know, and I guess I'll see what the limits might be!
Thanks so much, @rop, your work is very appreciated!!!
@lukasmaximus said in Button Unit Issue testing help please.:
I have tested the blocks associated with the single button unit and they definitely need some work.
Button press c shaped block only allows for a single press or release and the jigsaw shaped block
when combined with an if condition it throws an error that btn0_wasReleased or wasPressed is not defined.
These issues will be resolved in the next update and hopefully some extra functionality added.
Yeh, I was getting the btn0 is not defined error.
I've just taken several goes to write the firmware (I think my W7 laptop to blame).
It kept getting stuck in bootloader mode and wouldn't leave.
Finially got it to program and reset after pressing the on/off button twice.
Hi, We will put on sale a new product named "Bus" which is aimed for developers to expand I/O.
And here's the difference between with all cores. Maybe help you.
No, there was no COM-Port. As if it is not plugged or turned wrong around.
But as told, now it is ok. And i am glad it is. I like the M5s very much.
I still think, the capacitor solved it. But of course i am not sure.