MYSENSORS sur SHRIMP
I realize a project with a plug-in SHRIMP ARDUINO allowing to receive r different projects MYSENSORS.
I enclose two photos to understand my idea.
1 °) SHRIMP ARDUINO card with a 5 volts power supply
Green LED presence 5 volts,
The USB card can be deleted once the program has been loaded when it is used as a sensor or actuator.
Red LED allows you to test the card with the program 'blink Arduino',
2 °) Radio card powered by 3volts with its capacitor, and the possibility of welding a DHT22
This card would receive the main sensors and actuators MYSENSORS.
3 °) LEDs card for the bridge.
Does this project interest you?
I do not know if it interests anyone but I could provide you with EAGLE PCBs.
For now I have an error message by downloading the program, while the blinck program is working normally.
I am also attaching the screenshot of the error message.
I hope my message is understandable because it is translated by GOOGLE.
@daniel-ruiz9 I don't see any pictures
Just a little radio problem to adjust and normally it's good.
here is the error message if anyone has an idea ..
The power of the radio module is at 3.34 volts with a capacitor of 10uf
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@daniel-ruiz9 There's some trouble while initialising your radio module, see log parser (https://www.mysensors.org/build/parser). "!TSM:INIT:TSP FAIL" means
Transport device initialization failed
So check your wiring (and general powering) or try a different module.
Yes, there is most likely a problem in the connection of the radio module. Also did you use a separate 3.3v voltage regulator for the NRF24?
I am missing the point in etching an arduino UNO like pcb when you can buy a cheap Arduino UNO for 2/3$
it is not a question of money but the pleasure to do it is even and to evolve.
I think that now it works
Yes, that is better. Keep in mind there is version 2.2 stable out now
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Interesting build. As you seem to like to have your "own" stuff and use a CP2102 as USB to serial converter you may be interested to assing also an individual name in linux USB filesystem. There's a pretty simple tool to use here. Then you may get something similar like "/dev/serial/by-id/usb-Silicon_Labs_myHMUART_0001-if00-port0" to identify your GW. Comparable to FTDI-based GW's (using this tool under linux, FTDI offers a MS programm also):
Thank you for your help I passed the 2.2 satable version
I am now launching on the ethernet gateway.