thanks for the answer. The seller did only reply with the manual not with the protocol to bad
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RE: Radiosensor not working on 2 AA batteries
I was to quick, it was working so I used it to solder a PCB. That did not work, so tested again on a breadboard. Now it did not work. So I tried:
Both on the breadboard and directly connected, not with power from the batteries and from the arduino, but it not work. He never gets a reply back.
So it has worked, but know it doesn’t, when I connect a stable powersupply it works.
What else should I try?
Radiosensor not working on 2 AA batteries
I have tried to make a batttery powered sensor by connecting 2 AA batteries to a step up convertor, which outputs 3.3V. I hooked that up to a arduino pro mini 3.3v and connected a radiomodule (MY_RADIO_RF24).
The sytems work just fine when connected to my a FTDI adapter which is connected to my laptop.
It does not work when powered from batteries. In fact it even works when I power the arduino from batteries and power the radio module from the FTDI.
When its not working, it does send messages, but never receives an answer back from the gateway.
Any clue how I can fix this?
Unable to create config file /etc/mysensors.conf
I try to install MySensors on my rpi3B.
I have run these commands:
git clone https://github.com/mysensors/MySensors.git cd MySensors ./configure --my-transport=rf24 --my-gateway=serial --my-serial-is-pty --my-serial-port=/dev/ttyMySensorsGateway make``` I get this error in "bin/mysgw":
Jun 01 20:10:37 INFO Config file /etc/mysensors.conf does not exist, creating new file.
Jun 01 20:10:37 ERROR Unable to create config file /etc/mysensors.conf.
Jun 01 20:10:37 ERROR Error opening config file "/etc/mysensors.conf".
Any idea? sudo make or sudo make install does not make any difference