I just stumbled on a module that claims to be accurate to 10cm/4in https://github.com/thotro/arduino-dw1000/wiki
Range is 300m.
@skywatch said in Motion sensor increase Time high status via software:
Hello and sorry, if I gave the idea of being courteous !! sorry again
I didn't publish the code because I really don't know where to start, but now that I understand WAIT, that in MySensors and a separate thing, I also understand your example, and I thank you for helping me !!
But then again I didn't know that this WAIT, was something different from DELAY
I answer little, because I'm a little busy these days ..... But anyway for now thanks again for help
Why don't you just use an existing message type to send the time to the controller?
Imo the real challenge would start the moment the GW handles the message over to the controller:
has the controller sw the necessary rights to change system time (in my case: no...)
how to deal with conflicting info from different sources?
Imo, it's already possible for the rare use case there might be left over (but as explained needs some manual configuration). Especially when using a Pi: add a RTC and make some manual updates on that every now and then (if necessary).
@mfalkvidd said in idea: allow the present function to indicate if an echo will be sent:
To my knowledge, the MySensors library itself will send an echo when requested. There is no need to present if the node supports echo or not, echo is always enabled.