Great achievement, congratulations
I like that you also tried Nerd Ralph's 3-Pin configuration and got it to work. I tried it once but somehow it didn't connect to the radio, so discarded this idea. Also I thought it might be cheaper (from a memory point of view), just to use one bus. Nice work on stuffing all this in 8K
It would be great if you reported in a couple of weeks how stable it's running. Did you have a chance to measure the power consumption of the hole system?
Thanks so much for confirmation,
Seems a large community of people faced the issue here back in 2014 link text , and the recomendation comes from this past experience.
My undertanding is nobody re-challenged the recomendation and possibly are we the only one interested in getting IRQ with NRFDoctor.
So is a good news you confirm it works.
Can I assume you use same W5100 HW shield as mine and that you have for HW connections:
W5100 (CS/MOSI/MISO/CLK) wired respectively on HW SPI (10,11,12,13)
NRF24 also on HW SPI for (MOSI/MISO/CLK) only and differentiated CS/CE/IRQ on for instance respectively 6/5/2
Regards and thanks for these precious informations that will help me saving time.
I would not combine so many inputs and outputs in one sketch. But I think if there is enough memory for variables ; then it is possible to go for sensing (step by step) for a combination of sensors.
Similarly for buttons, actuators, use a separate hardware.
@pjeran said in A tiny BME node - BME280 on ATtiny85:
Has there been any thought with integrating these cores into the mySensors family?
I've opened an issue for Attiny support on Github but there is no reply yet.