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- 05 Sep 2016, 13:22
- Forum: RFlink: General Discussions
- Topic: RFLink and Node Red
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Hello All, Just thought I'd drop a post to say that the RFLink works perfectly well with Node Red when the arduino is plugged into a raspberry pi. The serial input node works perfectly to capture all information passed to the pi from the arduino. I now have it messaging me when someone presses the d...
Are you sure you are powering the sonoff with 230 V after flashing it with a USB/Serial adapter? Because the adapter cannot deliver the power for the WiFi to work, it will reset often. About the flashsize, I believe 1M with 512kSPIFFS is the better option to use when you want to do OTA. The best re...
I've usedcosto wrote:
What IDE-Tool settings did you use to complie ESP78 ?
Board : Generic esp8266
Flash size : 1Meg 256 K SPIFFS
Reset method: ck
Still can't get it to stay alive longer than one or two pings
Hi, what's the problem? Not flashing or doesn't run after flashing? The problem is not flashing. I've used the 4 pads on the bottom of the board, but am I better off using the 4 through hole connections? I've tried resetting the board at the point of upload etc but I'm not getting any where. Hmm, y...
I have one of these and have soldered wires to all 4 pads. I am having issues uploading easy ESP to it though. Can someone go into a bit more detail for me? Hi, what's the problem? Not flashing or doesn't run after flashing? The problem is not flashing. I've used the 4 pads on the bottom of the boa...
Have tried it with my LED strips and it all works fine. Thanks again Edit**** I had to change the address in the plugin as it was conflicting with another device. The INA219 has 4 different available addresses, 40, 41, 44 and 45. Would it be possible to add this to the devices page? That way I can u...
Thank you. Mine comes next week.Martinus wrote:I've ordered one of those INA219 boards from China. Will see what we can do when it arrives...jay_s_uk wrote:Hello,
Would it be possible to support the HC-SR501 PIR motion sensor and the INA219 DC Current sensor boards please?
Looking forward to playing with it
The HC-SR501 PIR motion sensor is already supported because it actually works like a switch. The I2C INA219 board would be usefull to measure DC-currents. I support the request. Thanks for letting me know about the HC-SR501. Might be handy to add it to the wiki? I'm planning on using the INA219 boa...