Not wanting to dilute this forum much with HA but notice that HA is a bit picky as to how it connects to the Gateway when in this direct IP mode. If it can't connect to the gateway within a certain timeframe then it gives up or looses connection and can't re-connect again within a short timeframe. Also seems to need a full re-boot to re-connect once 'given up'. And also seems to need the HA connection to the gateway first else does not connect. So leave the MYSController disconnected until HA has done its thing. Not extensive experiments; your experience may differ!
Now going to try the direct serial via USB as my HA controller is a NUC so has several USB connections, as does the Dev HA R-Pi which I'll play with first. Of course the serial connect will be only for one controller, so would be good if the Gateway software had the option of both IP and serial connections, but lets play...
Tips for connecting the LoRa Radios:
Use de-coupling capacitor on power supplies (as per above other radios).
Carefully select: MY_RFM95_TX_POWER_DBM and MY_RFM95_MAX_POWER_LEVEL_DBM as Semtech spec states +20dBm output power is only for 1% duty cycle operations, and some modules (AI-Thinker RA-02) are only rated as +18dbm.
If you build a LoRa radio gateway using an ESP32 (for example), take care to provide a separate, low-noise 3.3V power supply to the radio as the on-board voltage regulator may not be able to supply enough current at the higher RF output power levels.
@hek I think he means the project website to which the "Website" button links: http://www.mynodes.net/
This domain seems to be parked. Maybe it doesn't exist no longer? The last commit on the GitHub repo is from May 2017. SingleHub seems to be the successor, but again: last commit in 2017.
Since the pins are configurable before compilation, creating a script that uses the same settings as the compiled code would be pretty hard.
The easiest way with existing code is probably to add --my-leds-blinking-inverse to your configure command and start the gateway, as suggested by @MasMat
@ibibiuooui said in Water Meter Pulse Sensor:
See https://www.mysensors.org/build/parser: There's a problem in the initialisation of your transceiver (whatever it may be). So first check wiring, see https://forum.mysensors.org/topic/666/read-this-first-it-could-save-you-a-lot-of-time for further details. If that doesn't help, imo you should open up a seperate thread.