M5StickC Nixie tube Clock



  • @ to all
    I noticed something else interesting, but I don't know if it has anything to do with it, I plug the M5Stick-C into the USB port and the M5Stick-C is displayed with "USB Serial Port (COM11)" under the COM&LPT ports.

    If I connect one of my M5Stack modules to the USB port, the M5 stack are displayed with "Silicon Labs CP210x USB to UART Bridge (COM6)" under the COM&LPT ports.

    Should the M5Stick-C not display the same Silicon Labs CP210x ....?

    Do I have to assume otherwise that it is defective!
    Otherwise I would order one more !!

    Greetings Skink

    P.S. The display of the port doesn't change if I switch the M5Stick-c to USB mode or to Wifi-Cloud mode via UIFlow!



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  • No, the StickC appears differently to other devices



  • Hi,
    I have the following question: The nixie clock works fine, but when I switch the m5sitcc off - the RTC does not continue to count. After switching on it shows the time shown exactly before switching off. Is that a software or hardware problem?



  • @ all,
    I have now performed the same steps again (installation Arduino and installation M5StickC_Nixi_tube-Clock) on my desktop PC. And see there also with me now the Nixi Clock runs on the M5StickC.
    What it is between laptop and desktop PC is that the clock on the laptop after the installation on the display briefly appears and disappears again and on the desktop PC appears and remains, I can not explain myself.
    Maybe it's again due to driver problems or the Windows version that I have chosen the USB 3.0 port for both!
    Laptop Windows 1903 Version, Desktop PC Windows 1803 or the UIFlow-Desktop Version and Visual Studio Code are installed on the laptop and the drivers don't get along.

    Thanks for your helpful support Greetings skink