Thanks for your fast reply.
That sounds easy.
And you think that the communication between sensor nodes and Gateway are still possible via wired RS485?
I tried to find an example on this site for sending Information from Gateway to sensor nodes. (via SendMessage ?)
For example I like to Switch on/off an light that is connected to an relay board at my sensor node.
OpenHab2 --> MQTT --> Gateway --> RS485 --> Sensor Node --> Relay Board
Currently I have an working RS485 Connection between my Arduino Uno's with the use from SoftwareSerial library.
During my testings I realized, that the message that I triy to send "Hello" will be sent to the other arduino char by char. Is that true?
Because I tried to raise up an pin on HIGH with "if(msg == "Hello")..." But it doesn't worked.
Will the sendMsg method from the MySensor library handle this out of the box?
@kimot No, it is an obvious mistake, I am very sorry. Maybe it is becouse the code in master branch is very old, the newest is not yet on github, but the developement branch is quite new. I am going to fix this soon.
for everyone who reads all of this, forget about the last few posts.
I don't know why it works even when the Interrups are masked out on the radio, but it works now.
The error I had occured because of the config of the OrangePi-Gateway.
--extra-cxxflags="-DMY_RF24_DATARATE=\(RF24_250KBPS\) -DMY_RF24_BASE_RADIO_ID=\(0x00,0xFC,0xE1,0xA8,0xA8\) -DMY_DEBUG_VERBOSE_RF24"
Now I think I have an working OrangePi-Gateway without signing but with interrupt enabled.
If there are new problems I will come back here.
The next step for me is to activate signing again and bring the node into homeassistant.
@canossa Sorry for the late response.
yeah, since is so compact and you can get it for relatively cheap I opted in for the NRF52.
For home automation, I merged MySensors with Domoticz and it works for months now.
Do you happen to still have the Eagle project files from version 3 you created and shared on OSH Park? I'd like to add a set of pads for the mini smd version of the NRF24L01. If not, I'll just use the version 2 files from openhardware.io and try my best to recreate the changes you made between them.