Don't know what I did wrong, but I didn't get the latest git version. I guess I somehow downloaded 2.0 again. But after some investigation I got the latest version and everything seems to be working now
Thank you for your help.
I want and will be part of the fun But before I found MySensors, and the existence of controllers I ordered a bunch of things thinking I had to do everything by myself. Therefore I don't have any RF modules. And since it takes a week or two to order and get the cheep ones I would like to get something going while waiting.
And in my first order I got some temp sensors and other things I could control, a arduino and two esp8266. I also ordered a RaspPi3.
So my intention now is to make a node with my arduino/esp8266 and some sensors attached, and get it to talk with my Domoticz controller on the Pi3. Just wanted to make sure that it was possible to go all Wifi.
But I do see the fun with RF and will be doing that in a few weeks. But I have been waiting all summer for the vacation to end so I could start to experiment and can't wait two more weeks
Thank you for your help.
@johnrob I found it hard to make it waterproof where the cables go into the connector. If I have 3 or 4 pin connector it gets very wide so I need a wide pice of shrink plastic(or what is it called in english). But if I use that wide it won’t seal the cable going in since those are often pretty small.
Also I found it hard to get the pins inside the connector to stay in place after mounting. Many times the pins don’t align exactly with the female and instead get pushed inside into the connector. So the don’t get any contact with the female. Then I need to use a plier to pull the pin out and try again.
@skywatch Thank you for your reply. Of course I should have made a reply about the result.
A 47uF tantalum capacitor worked. And the node has been working perfect the whole time since the change. Also during the winter in at least -10 C.
I don’t know if the capacity of ceramic capacitors is enough? The ones I have is pretty small, and it is hard to find bigger and I also find it a little complicated to solder many at the same time to increase the capacity.
When it comes to the cables all are soldered on the arduino side. Maybe should concider to solder everywhere. The node started as a prototype with the plan to make it properly when I saw it was working. But it is more fun to do something new, at least when the node is working.