@dawncold I also would like to know of any hid docs for the esp32s3
Posts made by mtylerjr
RE: Does anybody try to convert Atom S3 as a keyboard?
Cardputer... HID device?
Does anyone know a way to have the Cardputer generate HID keyboard events to a PC, preferably via USB? Preferably driverless?
The reason I ask, is that physically, it would be great for something like the Duckypad programmable macropad style of tool.
Each key could trigger a macro, and the info could be displayed on the display, like the duckypad, but you would have many more keys, and all the additional functionality if the stamps3
Any way to use the usb connection and have the device ack as a usb keyboard/macropad?
RE: How to get M5stack-paper actual correct voltage during charging?
This is brainstorming and may be a stupid idea, but that doesnt usually stop me...
You could use one of these
and run your charging cable through it. Every few seconds, your program could briefly disconnect the charging cable programatically through this unit, read the voltage from the battery internally while the charging has stopped, then resume charging. You would have complete control for an extra $4.50 USD. And you would also be able to display the incoming current/amps from your charging source during charging as well (since the unit can provide that info)
RE: Wired communication between MULTIPLE Atom unit?
@kmk68 RS485 communication would would work, is designed for this sort of thing, but also cheaper
RE: ENV III Causes CoreS3 to restart.
When I add the ENVIII unit to my CoreS3 on port A, and start it, I get the exception at line 98 of qmp6988.py (the call of reset() )
The issue seems to have been noticed and fixed 8 months ago though, by some guy named Gandro:
It was (seemingly) caused by the QMP6988 chip in the ENVIII resetting in the middle of an I2c transaction during a requested reset (from line 97 of drivers/qmp6988.py), and the driver file not handling the timeout exception causing the exception/crash.
The fix was to just put a try/except around the transaction in reset(), and if the timeout is generated, ignore/handle it.
I found this with 5 minutes of googling. Not sure why M5Stack hasnt fixed it yet for all products that use the QMP6988
RE: SIM7080G Module speed and stability
I've tested the SIM card from a phone and it's 1MB/s download and upload.
Your phone might be using 3g/4g/5g/LTE and not NB-Iot or Cat-M. In fact Ive never seen a phone that uses NB-Iot or Cat-M (Doesn't mean they might not exist though)
M5Stack does sell an LTE module if you want LTE speeds though.