Newer drivers don't work(anymore).
I use the driver Prolific from 24-Sep-08 version 184.108.40.206
You have manually to tell windows to use the older one instead of the newer.
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RE: 2 or more DHT22 on 1 node with Domoticz
A bit of a late reply but some time ago I also asked about this in the domoticz forum. "They" don't see the problem although I clearly see in the domoticz sources that this stupid behavior is intentionally put in there. I compiled domoticz with a few changed lines and then it works. Unfortunately I have tons of Mysensors issues, mainly with the NRF2401 (yes, from multiple sources, good psu, capacitors etc.) so I am forcefully have to abandon Mysensors and migrate to ESP8266 nodes to finally get a stable sensor network. Therefore I'm also more flexible with domoticz.
RE: Can one arduino present multiple devices?
@alowhum, Domoticz can't handle this well. I don't know about other controllers but Domoticz is a bit quirky with multiple sensors of the same kind on the same node. Especially HUM en TEMP are a pain.
I "solved" this by using Node-Red in between the GW and Domoticz. Then you have all the freedom you want.
Design question about using interrupts or not
Since this is my first post I would like to thank all who made MySensors possible!
In my development environment I have several setups as a proof of concept with all kind of sensors, relays, LCD and so on. It works great and I am about to begin in designing a number of permanent nodes but have some thoughts about whether or not use interrupts.
The node I am working on is based on a Nano and NRF24 radio. On this node there will be following connected: DHT22, DS18b20, LDR(analog), 2 relays and 4 reed switches.
The 4 reed switched are to monitor some doors. A reaction time on those switches of about 0.5 second is enough(i think). So my question is; Should I use interrupts or is it better to (semi) continuously check the switches and occaisionally check and report the other sensors.
I know I could use interrupts but since there are doors to monitor and not several 10.000rpm tacho's I would like to keep it as simple as possible.
Please let me know if you have some thoughts on this.