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thanks for your work on this…. Nice that M5Stack included your work.
Your efforts inspired me to give installation another crack – this time using Linux instead of Windows. MUCH better so far.
Just have to determine which serial port is in use… got a long list rather than a defined port when following the ESP-IDF setup guide that outlined how to distinguish the serial port in use. Will follow it up laterz.
Concise code for sure. I need all the speed I can get so it'll be Arduino for now.
I'm surprised you wouldn't see any flicker on the display since you print every frame, also surprised that there is no clearScreen preceding the print. I'm thinking the python print has a background.
@kentinker Excellent. Probs a good idea to have a nice working link for the future. No worries - didn't mess me up. Good luck with the github - so far so good. Its very useful and powerful once you get into it.
I will add your files up to my github later on.... thanks again.
hi there, i had ordered 4k pcs ip5306_i2C, and change the newest board for this, so the new model can close this function.
Great news, but make shure that the new board is degned in a way that the total power consumption of all the additional circuitry (except ESP32 itself) can be reduced to at least <100 uA, otherwise it wont be very useful.
@daslolo Glad its working again.... I'm using standard Home edition on this machine - but the LTSB windows version you are using sounds like a good option I might use on another system. Thanks for mentioning....
Yes the device will be used to record multiple temperatures using DS18B20 sensors on one wire with a single 4.7k resistor. I hooked up 5 and can read them indiviudally since they have there own addresses. I only need the temperature to the nearest degree so they are fine for my purposes.
I actually use a 3.5mm jack and bought a few connectors as like you found that many do not fit, however the very small SMD mounted ones just fit in the standard case. The ones I found are on Amazon:
@m5stack, holding the button for programming works fine. Resetting is the issue with my unit. In some cases, even with the bottom plate off, the unit will not reset and run the downloaded firmware unless I let it sit a while. Other times it works fine.