• RE: MyController as a Data Logger

    @jgrieco You may try log raw data from the gateway.
    https://github.com/mycontroller-org/mycontroller/issues/473

    This changes available in SNAPSHOT version

    posted in MyController.org
  • RE: How to use additional SPI device with RFM69 repeater node?

    @skywatch @mfalkvidd Thank you for your comments.

    I am using Moteino R4 and RFM69 connected to hardware SPI pins. I tried the same pin with softSPI, but I could not get success.

    Now I have altered the ADE7763 Arduino library to update SPI settings on every call. And added code to update the only flag on ADE7763 interrupt(like we have in RFM69_new library). Seems all look somewhat ok.

    I think for RFM69 we use a default clock speed. for ADE7763: SPI_CLOCK_DIV4

    Are you using pull up resistors on the CS lines to each device - that might be worth a try too....

    Yes, I have

    posted in General Discussion
  • RE: MY_GATEWAY_TINYGSM

    After some days, internet connection disconnected(identified via SIM800L LED blink status), but still, ESP says all ok. I lost communication from controller too.

    193617834 RFM69:SAC:SEND ACK,TO=11,RSSI=-57
    193617847 RFM69:CSMA:RSSI=-107
    193617866 TSF:MSG:READ,12-11-0,s=255,c=3,t=0,pt=1,l=1,sg=0:48
    193617882 GWT:TPS:TOPIC=out_rfm69/12/255/3/0/0,MSG SENT
    193629390 RFM69:SAC:SEND ACK,TO=1,RSSI=-82
    193629403 RFM69:CSMA:RSSI=-107
    193629421 TSF:MSG:READ,1-1-0,s=1,c=1,t=25,pt=1,l=1,sg=0:64
    193629437 GWT:TPS:TOPIC=out_rfm69/1/1/1/0/25,MSG SENT
    193629735 RFM69:SAC:SEND ACK,TO=1,RSSI=-49
    193629747 RFM69:CSMA:RSSI=-106
    193629766 TSF:MSG:READ,1-1-0,s=1,c=1,t=35,pt=7,l=5,sg=0:70.60
    193629782 GWT:TPS:TOPIC=out_rfm69/1/1/1/0/35,MSG SENT
    193650334 RFM69:SAC:SEND ACK,TO=11,RSSI=-98
    193650347 RFM69:CSMA:RSSI=-103
    193650366 TSF:MSG:READ,11-11-0,s=1,c=1,t=0,pt=7,l=5,sg=0:30.75
    193650382 GWT:TPS:TOPIC=out_rfm69/11/1/1/0/0,MSG SENT
    193659264 RFM69:SAC:SEND ACK,TO=1,RSSI=-102
    193659277 RFM69:CSMA:RSSI=-106
    193659296 TSF:MSG:READ,1-1-0,s=1,c=1,t=25,pt=1,l=1,sg=0:64
    193659311 GWT:TPS:TOPIC=out_rfm69/1/1/1/0/25,MSG SENT
    193659609 RFM69:SAC:SEND ACK,TO=1,RSSI=-92
    193659621 RFM69:CSMA:RSSI=-108
    193659640 TSF:MSG:READ,1-1-0,s=1,c=1,t=35,pt=7,l=5,sg=0:70.60
    193659656 GWT:TPS:TOPIC=out_rfm69/1/1/1/0/35,MSG SENT
    193673497 RFM69:SAC:SEND ACK,TO=11,RSSI=-93
    193673510 RFM69:CSMA:RSSI=-103
    193673529 TSF:MSG:READ,12-11-0,s=1,c=1,t=38,pt=7,l=5,sg=0:12.89
    193673546 GWT:TPS:TOPIC=out_rfm69/12/1/1/0/38,MSG SENT
    193674042 RFM69:SAC:SEND ACK,TO=11,RSSI=-99
    193674054 RFM69:CSMA:RSSI=-103
    193674073 TSF:MSG:READ,12-11-0,s=1,c=1,t=0,pt=7,l=5,sg=0:27.00
    193674090 GWT:TPS:TOPIC=out_rfm69/12/1/1/0/0,MSG SENT
    193674585 RFM69:SAC:SEND ACK,TO=11,RSSI=-99
    193674598 RFM69:CSMA:RSSI=-105
    193674617 TSF:MSG:READ,12-11-0,s=1,c=1,t=25,pt=1,l=1,sg=0:247
    193674633 GWT:TPS:TOPIC=out_rfm69/12/1/1/0/25,MSG SENT
    193675129 RFM69:SAC:SEND ACK,TO=11,RSSI=-105
    193675142 RFM69:CSMA:RSSI=-108
    193675160 TSF:MSG:READ,12-11-0,s=3,c=1,t=38,pt=7,l=5,sg=0:13.65
    193675177 GWT:TPS:TOPIC=out_rfm69/12/3/1/0/38,MSG SENT
    193675675 RFM69:SAC:SEND ACK,TO=11,RSSI=-99
    193675688 RFM69:CSMA:RSSI=-102
    193675707 TSF:MSG:READ,12-11-0,s=3,c=1,t=39,pt=7,l=5,sg=0:0.97
    193675723 GWT:TPS:TOPIC=out_rfm69/12/3/1/0/39,MSG SENT
    193676219 RFM69:SAC:SEND ACK,TO=11,RSSI=-103
    193676232 RFM69:CSMA:RSSI=-106
    193676251 TSF:MSG:READ,12-11-0,s=0,c=1,t=38,pt=7,l=5,sg=0:4.979
    193676268 GWT:TPS:TOPIC=out_rfm69/12/0/1/0/38,MSG SENT
    193676755 RFM69:SAC:SEND ACK,TO=11,RSSI=-97
    

    I did a hard reboot of ESP8266, all back to normal.

    posted in Development
  • RE: MY_GATEWAY_TINYGSM

    @thucar Great work! Thank you!
    I am using MY_GATEWAY_TINYGSM from a month ago. I face Gateway hangs after a week and it needs a hard reboot(Power OFF and ON). Are you facing any issue similar to this?

    My Hardware details:

    • ESP8266 (ESP-12E)
    • RFM69HW
    • SIM800L

    To power up GSM modem I am using 1500mA 18650 battery with charger board.

    Can you share your hardware details?

    posted in Development
  • How to use additional SPI device with RFM69 repeater node?

    My Hardware: Moteino R4, ATMEGA328P + RFM69HW

    I have an issue when communicating with an additional SPI device. I have ADE7763 energy monitor SPI chip which operates on low clock speed.

    When I read data from ADE7763, I reconfigure SPI settings as follows,

    ADE7763 CS pin connected to D9.

    void loop() {
      updateVoltageCurrentData();
      .....
      .....
    }
    
    void updateVoltageCurrentData() {
      SPI.beginTransaction(SPISettings(SPI_CLOCK_DIV4, MSBFIRST, SPI_MODE1));
      uint8_t status = ADE_sampleRMS(&vrms, &irms); // reads VRMS and IRMS from ADE7763
      SPI.endTransaction();
    }
    

    This settings working ok, but after some time, this particular node lost from RF network. Looks like RFM69 SPI settings corrupted.

    Any recommended way to communicate with additional SPI device?

    posted in General Discussion
  • RE: 2.4Ghz RF Module for new users [2018]

    @prakhar-birla I do buy in Aliexpress, you can see some of the links in https://www.mysensors.org/build/connect_radio

    posted in Hardware
  • RE: 2.4Ghz RF Module for new users [2018]

    @prakhar-birla Yes, I am using in my house. I see a good range between concrete walls.
    I was using NRF24L01+ Chinese version and was facing range issue. I used to have Gateway for each floor.
    But now only single gateway with RFM69HW.

    I have replaced RFM69HW with NRF24L01+ couple of weeks ago. I am just experimenting with coverage with RFM69HW. So far I do not face any issue.

    posted in Hardware
  • RE: 2.4Ghz RF Module for new users [2018]

    @prakhar-birla Hi I too from India. Recently I have pushed a PR to use India standard for RFM69. You may have a look at https://github.com/mysensors/MySensors/issues/1184

    posted in Hardware
  • RE: MySensors 2.3 and RFM69 new driver. Problems and solutions

    @Koresh Great work! I too facing this issue. At this moment I am handing with wait(200) in my application code.

    @mfalkvidd @Yveaux Do we have any plan to implement this changes into MySensors mainline?

    posted in Development
  • RE: RFM95 network problem (RPI & Arduino GW)

    @m3nt4lll if the modules are 433Mhz you can use the pre-defined RFM95_434MHZ setting (center frequency is 433.92Mhz)

    posted in Troubleshooting