which demo web server did you try? I am able to run below web server code successfully on my M5Stack Grey with LAN module attached.
Note: I had to adjust the IP address to match my local network. Maybe that is your issue as well?
How do you guys track the amperage draw of the stick when sleeping? Do you take it apart, cut a power line, hook up a multimeter in between, and later resolder?
Also have you guys experimented with the difference between
AFAIU Axp.DeepSleep is only supposed to turn off "external devices" (gyro, screen, etc.) but not the ESP itself, right?
And @Morris45 what does the Wire.begin(32, 33); line do in your code above? And why are we commenting out M5.begin()? What's the battery life you're getting from your watch? I'm trying to do a simple infrared remote (that only wakes up when you first pres the main button) and even in full deep sleep, I'm only getting 2 days.
Hi @davesee @Tristar
In my M5Stack Grey the two ICs (MPU6886 and BMM150) are on a small daughter board which was soldered to the underside of the Groove connector (GND, 5V, SDA, SCK). An additional pin provides 3.3V for the two ICs. But I am afraid the interrupt line coming out of the MPU6886 is not connected at all.
Please note: My M5Stack Grey board reads 2018.3, so maybe the daughter board was merged with the main board in later revisions?
Desoldered daughter board:
I also noticed randomly short blinks (on the red or blue color) random leds while data was transfered/displayed to/on matrix. But i used builtin library neopixel. There is a question:
rgb class is independent of neopixel library or is "wrapper" to neopixel.
I did some investigation.
If the Atom Lite or Atom is downclocked to 80MHz the tailbat will turn off because of the to low power consumption .
If I change it to 160MHz, it will stay on.
So how can i alter the tailbat to support the Atom with low power consumption?
@bitmizu said in RoverC UIFlow:
Is there UIFlow module for RoverC? I cant find it in UIFlow but I saw UIFlow examples in the RoverC documentation. I think RoverC is great for education.
And if you look in this (work in Progress) document you can find some simple programming guide for it: https://github.com/Ajb2k3/UIFlowHandbook/blob/master/quickblockref.pdf
@aehiot said in RS485T and ACSOCKET and 120 OHM RESISTOR:
As I understand 120 Ohm terminated resistor for RS485 bus will be used only in one single end of the bus. I wonder if RS485T integrate R120 ohm and we connect many of them together, the data might be incorrect. I test with AC Plug if I don't use the RS485T the RX response is correct as in attached picture. After testing AC Socket for a while I found that if there is only one 120 Ohm terminate resistor on the bus, sometimes the Rx response is incorrect.
Anyone face the same problem?
I asked about this before but have been too busy to do any test with the 485 units.
If you are interested in continuing test, please let us know.
Also please consider creating a project log in hackster.io and record you discoveries.