vcc (3.04v)-----arduino RAW pin
NRF vcc-----arduino VCC (regulated 3.3 in my case)
If you have problem with route i suppose it is a problem with your power supply. NRF seems to be really erratic.
Also you must add a capacitor on nrf too.
Hi, don't know if @Stephan-Noller found a solution, but I had a similar issue with a serial gateway running on a 8MHz arduino : it could not handled serial input at 155200 baud, setting it to 57600 solved my gateway behaviour. What gateway sketch are you using ? What hardware is it running on ?
@awi - you know, I looked everywhere for that page last night. It has always been a great resource. It wasn't until this morning, with a clear head, that all I had to do was click on the "API" button. sigh
Sorry about that......little embarrassed.
hanks for checking in @TheoL . My intent for this sketch was to learn how to combine sketches and make a useful project. Got that done and working! It would be cool if there was an easy way to help newbies like myself out doing this. I can tell you without this awesome forum I would have not figured out some pretty basic stuff! Thanks for all the help, this is an awesome site
what does the serial monitor show when you click the button in Domoticz?
@mscott I'm struckling getting my Ethernet shield to work with the VERA lite UI5 plugin. It looks like you were in teh same boot. Is it possible you summarize the sketch and library used to solve your problem?
The usual Vera log /var/log/cmh/LuaUPnP.log should contain key messages from the nodes and plugin.
I use DataYours on Vera with CIFS-mounted NAS for data logging and display (but I am biased. I wrote it.)
Ah. Thanks for the log tip.
It's okay to fancy something you wrote yourself.
From your description it seem to fit my bill, so I'll give it a try !