I finally received the boards from the manufacturer(big thanks to @Seeed-Fusion). I manage to assemble one board by soldering the components and such and...it WORKS(including OTA)! I will post the instructions on openhardware.io project page.
I like those relays. Is that 3 different switched outputs? One thing I always liked about european wall switches is that they give you more room for components. I would like to use a similar type of relay for my in-wall switches, but with the way US single gang wall boxes are, there is a pretty narrow space constraint. I might be able to fit it if I did away with the thermal fuse, but I don't want to give up tat bit of added safety just for that.
@lis610 I have found with a 499K resistor the range is reduced to about 1.2m in a ABS box.
With a 1Mohm it was about 3m, I do not have many high value SMD resistors to experiment with but the lower the value the lower the range.
Just tried with a 333K and it operates about 0.8m in free air.
I see a lot of "!TSF" and "NACK" which seems to be radio communication problems.
That's MySensors related and can be related to many things, from soldering problem to power / capacitor issues.
In MY_DEBUG mode you should see your temp/hum printed on serial every ~15s so there is something wrong there, either wiring or a code issue.
Ty with the example included with the library "i2c_SI7021.h", without any MySensors related stuff, to see if your sensor is detected. You should see temp/hum on the serial.
@fets So far, I have only built the 5x5 board (but the others should be schematically identical). The only issue I have found so far is that I cannot get the ISP port to work. But I have checked and I have an identical setup on the 1.0 board and that worked, so I suspect the programmer is too weak to drive the net on this one. So it is not a board-issue per se, and might only be an issue on the 5x5 board as routing is the most complex on that one due to the size.