@roccoskye Yes, the HUB makes it possible to connect more diferent I2C devices to the same port A. They all need to have different I2C addressess. The PaHub makes it possible to connect several sensors with the same I2C address and use them. On a HUB they would conflict and the system would know what sensor you'd be referencing to.
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RE: [Solved] Connecting 3 ENV units via 1 to 3 Hub to M5 Stack
Pa.HUB + THERMAL?
Hi, when having connected a Pa.HUB and then adding a ENV II unit gives me the option to choose PAHUB and a correct port to get data from the ENV II unit.
Blockly works great then.
Trying to do the same thing with a THERMAL unit fails. The PAHUB is no port that can be selected in the list of ports for the THERMAL unit.
Any idea why?
Both ENV II and THERMAL are port A (I2C) units.
RE: Zoll was muss ich beachten
@plusulli what you can try to do is locate a German distributor/reseller and order there. That's what I did and that worked great. It might take some time for the distributor to receive the latest and greatest newest things but it's a safe bet.
RE: Thermal unit not selectable in UIFlow
@dario I had the same issue, using UiFlow Beta as a version I see UiFlow 1.8.2 and for both Core2 as well as Fire I can see and add them (the THERMAL unit).
Only issue I personally now have is that I have a pretty unstable connection from the Fire or Core2 to the web IDE so I can't really apply the 1.8.2 blockly code. And the Desktop IDE at the moment is stuck at 1.7.5 that can't handle the files I save using version 1.8.2.
Maybe for you with a stable UiFlow internet connection you can use version 1.8.2 to test and deploy your Thermal code.
Make sure to ofcourse burn 1.8.2 to your device also.
RE: UIFlow 1.8.2
Another thing I notice is that in version 1.8.2 when trying to load the THERMAL demo it 'hangs' and doesn't load anything.
</> Python is selected with the default imports but Blockly tab can't be opened.
When switching to version 1.4.5 I can open the THERMAL demo and view it online but there's no stable way of getting it transferred to the Fire running version 1.8.2 as the internet connection to the code platform seems to be very unstable, after several attempts to upload some code it will state that it's UPLOADING (on the screen of the device) but it doesn't succeed as it disconnects from the cloud where I think it's supposed to get the code from.
The cloud icon then turns red.
Sometimes it also remains green but still doesn't succeed in getting the code.
RE: UIFlow 1.8.2
Where can the desktop IDE for this version be gotten from?
I need the Thermal Unit on a Fire but uploading it via the internet connection and the online IDE is very instable.
I'm only able to download UIFlow-Desktop-IDE version 1.0.17 that contains UiFlow version 1.7.5.
Creating the file online and then trying to upload it via USB via the lower versioned desktop IDE doesn't work.