That's right @gohan , if you place the "door closed"reed near the floor then only first interrupt should matter, first interrupt should tell you the door is closed. Same for a second reed placed high - the "door open" reed, that would tell you the door is open when interrupted the first time. @McQueen, could be close to you needs ...
It certainly looks to me like some issue with power supply.
Have you added a capacitor close to the power pins of the radio?
It's also a good idea to power the radio directly from the power supply instead of through the arduino supply which is very limited.
Just got a blue-pill, RFM69 node working. It was a bit of a learning curve moving from Atmega.
Cheap J-Link: Never got it working. Cheap ST-Link: Worked
Arduino (and VisualMicro) uploaded blink sketch with ST-Link: no problems
Uploaded the USB bootloader using the ST-Link: no problems
Took a while to figure out I didn't have the dfu driver loaded (Windows 10), but after that no problems using the usb
MySensors security personalizer: no problems.
Mock MySensors node: no problems. Talked to my gateway. Uses RFM69 encryption.
Seems like this is the Nano of the future, but without needing to level shift for 3.3V. I'm looking forward to making some real blue pill nodes and gateways.
@jkandasa great! Hopefully we can add a documentation page summarizing what's needed for LoRa.
https://www.thethingsnetwork.org/forum/t/spreadsheet-for-lora-airtime-calculation/1190 has a calculator for seeing how much time a message takes using different spreading factors.
Seems like the longest allowed packet (51 bytes) on SF12 will need almost 2900ms. I don't know how acknowledgements are handled though.
Have you found/read these?
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Thank you, I did find some examples, but when I tried removing and including code I would get a blank screen. But besides that, its a great thing to have under the build section. I'm sure others would benefit, making an awesome thing even better