• Hello everyone,
    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.

  • Mod

    @daniel-ruiz9 I don't see any pictures

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    Just a little radio problem to adjust and normally it's good.

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    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

  • @daniel-ruiz9 There's some trouble while initialising your radio module, see log parser ( "!TSM:INIT:TSP FAIL" means
    Transport device initialization failed
    So check your wiring (and general powering) or try a different module.

  • Mod

    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.

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    I think that now it works

  • Mod

    Yes, that is better. Keep in mind there is version 2.2 stable out now

  • @daniel-ruiz9
    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.

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