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#789

What about software I2C on 2 other free I/O? not the best but could save buying another hardware :wink:


#790

probably not Charles… clockspeeds of 100 / 400 khz ? really need dedicated hardware… especially when your node is running LMIC
I will try first with the ordered module and if really neccessary there must come a pcb with 2 x ds3231 and one TCA9548A and off course an FRAM … so you have 4 controllable alarm interrupts over i2c and a nice alarm / sensor settings table :wink:


#791

x802


#792

x803


(Ebreyit) #793

Google photo’s any good to you…?


#794

maybe… @ the moment they are on a local nas and in the cloud, didn’t researched a lot last weeks but yeah, maybe google is an idea too tnx


#795

x804

new e paper portable test rig next to the ‘old’ one :sunglasses:

x805

x807

these e paper displays are a perfect match for let’s say a temperature node.
they don’t use any energy so the last measurement transmitted stays on the screen after you disconnect the power (gpio off) and the processor goes to sleep.
the display flashing during write (always full screen and can take up 1 to 5 sec!) is no problem when refreshing a few times per hour .

problems arise when you try to partial write (then you don’t have that flashing) something (updating a value) the screen looks then like its is in a snowstorm, gone is the beautifull white background.
@ the moment I’m trying to make a menu with a rotary… menu’s are 99.9% of the time static so theoretically a good candidate for epaper , if you don’t turn a knob or a switch it uses no energy.


#796

Portable you say?


#797

ghostbusters ?


(Remko) #798

No hunting for rogue LoRaWAN nodes


#799

lorawan%20winput%20ridderkerk
LoRaWAN (KPN) waterlevel monitor OASEN Ridderkerk NL

I found a few… :sunglasses:


#800

Taking a small break from the TTN shenanigans. Tnx @BoRRoZ for the screen :slight_smile:
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#801

very nice :sunglasses:


(Susiloharjo) #802

Very nice


(Susiloharjo) #803

Hello All

Im from Jakarta, Indonesia
So much insteresting topic, thank you all for sharing, so many interesting ideas


(Susiloharjo) #804

what filament do you use? it is wheather shield?


(Susiloharjo) #805

Where i can buy this module?


#806

@Charles

ch2i%20lorix

Hi Charles, these tyraps will get ‘brittle’ after a while and break (been there :sunglasses: )
To be safe fit new ones once a year


#807

Whatever it does, it at least looks interesting. :grinning:
(even spotted a STM32 bluepill)


#808

bluepills makes many people happy :wink:
and you can connect an e paper display to it