I havent' seen but some one had the same probleme on the forum, and found the solution:
now i can download my sketch with the raspberry pi and i'm very hapy!
AllPCB it's great with DHL shipping. At least for now. It's true that the boards final price includes shipping too but it's still cheaper via DHL. Even if I have to pay VAT it's ok (19%). For the very short time to my door which is 3-4 days that's just WOW compared with 3-4 weeks via regular shipping.
@gohan I tried smart-prototyping in the past and they are pretty ok I can say but not the best compared to PCBWay for example. For cheap services and pretty decent quality I will still opt for Elecrow for example. And for pretty decent quality and very fast shipping - AllPCB - at least for now and if their prices won't go higher in the future.
Oh and AllPCB finishes the boards in 2 days for that price. Compared to EU factories it's still the cheapest - you can't beat China when it comes to that. Here in EU for the same price that AllPCB does I get ONLY 3 boards...wtf..so yeah you get the idea.
@mfalkvidd Thx for the "quick and dirty" way. This at least is a starting point, but most things around that seem really to be hard coded (MySensorsCore.h: L77: GW Address is 0 is the point where the getNodeId() finally leads to).
But if that really works there might be a way to wrap around that - but indeed this seems to be quite complicated.
And indeed, you are right that having multiple nRF-GW's was possible ever since MySensors existed.
GW to node communication is not affected by Serial / MQTT / Ethernet interface with controller. With ethernet and MQTT you could actually connect more controllers to the same gateway, even on different computers. You can also have gateway running as a service on the RPI with radio directly on the GPIO and you can connect to is from wherever you have IP communication to the RPI (if you use the ethernet) or the MQTT broker (that could also be on another network)
@jkandasa thanks for verifying the wiring. I compared with the instructions we had for RFM69 and the wiring is identical, so I just changed the headline on connecting the radio from RFM69 to RFM69/95 and added your defines. The same wiring probably works with 96, 97 and 98 as well but I am not sure so I have not added them.
Ive designed a NRF based mysensor remote with 14 keys, I want to use pin 2 for one of the key. Currently all pin work properly for key but pin 2 does not recognise instead it creates some disturbance in transmission. what i receive on destination node is unexpected. Is it possible to disable use of pin 2 . it looks like mysenso uses pin 2 for some internal use.
i have an freeway open between china and my house manage by ebay
There are a lot of online shop like rs-online ,mouser etc but buy and arduino at 30€... if Chinese prices don't exist ,today i wasn't here commented that and i just bought all my electronic actuator already assembled from any brand like fibaro or any zwave brand.
I like eletronics but not so much for waste 10€ e 2 or 3 mosfets...
thanks to cheap prices i have an smart house that i understand how it works and i did it myself
@dakipro see here for a mapping of wifi and nrf24 channels: https://forum.mysensors.org/topic/4721/nrf-frequency-and-channels/5
NRF24 Channels 2..96 overlap with wifi. I personally would stay away from the high nrf24 channels (110+) as I've seen troublesome performance with clones.
Channel 100 performs well at my place.