Battery button sensor
openhardware.io last edited by openhardware.io
Do you have a forum user?
Pierre P last edited by
Oh YES it is a great project !
Yes I have
Great idea for a compact button sensor such as a snailmail notifier or some such.
Any thoughts on hardware debouncing ICs, such as MAX6816, MAX6817, MAX6818? Not to be a backseat driver here but something like that would be cool for a dedicated button sensor.
I wanted to make the most cheap device. And not set hardware debouncing.
But set external pull-up resistors to reduce power consumption
Sostware debouncing by delay in interrupt
Cool. Are the 6 buttons onboard, I don't think so??? does it need to wire them external?
Is it a reset button on the pic? Maybe I am too curious lol, I can't read your schem (I don't have diptrace). A schematic img could be useful.
anyway, thx for share I have a more complex actuator in design progress, but your can be useful too and is simple
oki I see so one onboard button, others are external. cool, can be useful. thx
I see you use CERN OHL but I do not find the required files in the repo.
Where do you store those?
According to the CERN OHL 1.2 howto, you need to provide the following documentation with your project:
Please check the howto closely for how to use the license, or pick another license.
Append license info
sam debug photo
@Ivan-Z , how much do you expect for battery life (assuming a regular 250mA CR2032, in the scenario of a single button, regular daily usage in house lighting.
- Error. Reversed MISO and MOSI
- Append Capacitor C1 on RESET
- Change diode component size to SOD-123
- Append Pad for external LED
Calculate battery life
Capacity rating of battery (mAh) = 250
Current consumption of device during sleep (mA) = 0.02
Current consumption of device during wake (mA) = 18
Number of wakeups per hour = 1
Duration of wake time (ms) = 20
Estimated battery life is: 440.51 days, or 1.21 years.
The device wakes up only when pressed button
This is pretty similar to what I'm currently doing, here. However, mine is just a light switch node, yours is more versatile by the looks of things. Looking pretty nifty though, nice work!
zeblong last edited by
@Ivan-Z Добрый день. Я тут новичек но мне ваше устройство хотелось бы попробовать. Я верно понимаю что тут не хватает документации что бы просто заказать производство плат (или изделий целиком)? Можете ли/хотите ли вы выложить их?
As per the forum user guidelines, point 6 at the following link, https://forum.mysensors.org/topic/610/forum-user-guidelines, states;
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Please communicate using English spoken language, if anything it will help you get a response that is relevant.
zeblong last edited by
Sorry. I will write in English.
I want order manufacture this device. But manufacturer said to me that he need gerber and bom files. I want know can I get this files from Ivan? May be I can get this files from design files? What programm need to this?