COM.LoRaWAN Module 868MHz V2.0 (ASR6501, product code MS03031-C4) is now listed at retailers. Hopefully this new module will finally see full UIFlow support.
Tinkerer and gardener looking for IoT solutions for watering and environmental tasks.
Posts made by anvalin
RE: UIFlow 1.7.7
@chefrocker Upvoting your request since I am waiting for the same. Unfortunately the 868 module seems to need a firmware update to match the same set of AT commands as the others. See https://community.m5stack.com/topic/3199/uiflow-1-7-5/11 for details.
[UIFlow] Enhanced device manager
When connecting Burner or UI.FLow to a M5Stack account a device management is available to bind devices. Yet this tool is somehow cumbersome to use since the only device identifier is a MAC adress - a note field could let users add an own identifier / note on the currently used API key.
RE: Tutorial: Using COM.LoRaWAN in UIFlow
first COM.X LoraWan blocks became available with UI.Flow 1.7.5. Unfortunately still no support for the european frequency model.
I now run a public TTN gateway myself covering a portion of the Gleisdreieck area filling a blind spot. Hopefully adding an external LoraWan antenna with higher gain will solve my range problem at my nodes location - half a kilometre distance in a dense urban area can really be a show stopper with LoraWan when there's no gateway around ;)
RE: M5stack Fire bricked !!!
I have experienced this before with a Stick-C+. Maybe the same fix might work for you:
I succeeded in reviving it with a simple paperclip :) But please do some research first on wether you might need to add a capacitor when doing the same with your Fire.
RE: M5StickC+ Mounting Threads
I can confirm they are for M2 screws. E.g. for mounting a stick on the battery stick you'll need M2x10mm like shown here https://m5stack-store.myshopify.com/collections/m5-hat/products/m5stickc-18650 Turns the Stick into a nice handheld device for mounting a joystick, thermometer etc.
RE: Blynk in UIFlow
I came across a video last night (lost link) that shows that it should be possible to run ESPnow and WIFI at the same time on an esp32. apparently all you need to do is to set ESPNOW to work on a different channel to the WIFI.
@ajb2k3 Good hint. I will check my router to prevent using the channel I selected as common for the devices.