@riteshpatel I upgrade to version 1.6 beta as this have an must better integration with the RFM69 radios. Now you only have to configure your device in the MyConfig.h file. Also if you look at the sketch you will see you only have to #define MY_REPEATER_FEATURE to have the repeater.
// Enable debug prints to serial monitor
// Enable and select radio type attached
// Enable repeater functionality for this node
I understand that this answer is a bit late, but for future reference if someone finds this thread, I think the best answer is at http://forum.mysensors.org/topic/838/windows-gui-controller-for-mysensors/73
thanks for the answer, I don't really know what a fly-back diode is or have any non-light diodes at home right now. I have a couple of
optocouplers, mosfets and transistors lying around. Can I use any combination of those components to control the pump?
At this small pump a mosfet will probably also work yes. To the fly-back diode:
As you may already know a diode only conducts in one direction.
And you may also know that a electric motor can also be used as an generator.
When powering off the motor the motor will be act for a short time as "generator" due to the momentum and the stored energy in the magnetic field.
The diode will be connected between the mosfet and the motor to prevent flow of current back to the mosfet in this event.
Hi, I think that board is bad air now, the board in hardware is well, but in software not, no linux suport now, this company is asking to community to provide a linux support, because they cannot do this work.
and only a sdk from allwinner with android is provided.
this board with linux won't work with accelerated gpu only headless and doesn't have any sata.
more info https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/linux-sunxi/Ze_UhiO00t8
there are boards with a soc allwinner A20 that have sata port and works well with mainline linux only headless mode and basic graphics.
or kernel 3.4 for graphics support.
and has a community effort with distribution like armbian.com check these site for headless debian, works well.
more info at linux-sunxi.org
http://linux-sunxi.org/Linux_mainlining_effort for check new features and new boards support.
Ok solution is now live
PowerNode from GreenWave with power monitoring.
I'm monitoring power consumption on DVBT reciever. When it goes up from idle, tv and speakers turn on, when goes to idle consumption it turn off all
@Cliff-Karlsson The RFXtrs433E is a bit expensive but works really well. I received mine last weekend to control my Somfy Blinds. Also I'm now able to hijack my neighbours light controls Can't wait till the next time I'll visit them, and see the look upon their face when I switch on and off their ligths without them knowing that's me doing it.
@TimO To confirm this I just 'rebuilt' my actuator node as the example humidity sensor (swapped a few links on my breadboard) and now the Pin13 LED behaves just like the other sensor node, mostly off with just a tiny flicker on each transmit.