I'm testing this new fw v1.20.0.rc4 release with GPY with lasted NB modem fw.
1 - I'm able to connect and send data over NB (Portugal - MEO operator)
2 - rtc.ntp_sync() is working over NB and WIFI
3 - rtc.synced() is working over NB and WIFI
4 - I notice that sometimes the usocket.read() don't timeout, I will continue doing more tests.
keep the good work.
Just got around to getting back to this issue - thanks so much Xykon, problem solved!
robert-hh: I did do erase during update yep, a few times, but eventually was solved with advice from the post above :)
Looking at the pinout of the PYSCAN here:
it does clearly represent some BUT0-BUT7 IO pins
Looking into the chip marking I found out it is a PCA9554 which is great because it seems its IO are 5 V tolerant according to the datasheet which is great because I need to interface some relays (albeit with opto couplers but the logic still uses 5V) and some down voltage converters enable pins...
So far so good. But there seem to be a serious lack of documentation, I2C address of the PCA9554, maybe examples on how to use it... A small library would even be great!! Any hint on how to use it would be just fine!!
I'm not sure if topicstarter is still on Pycom, but I can't seem to get this to work. The first example doesn't build because of the FastLED library, but I can make it a hello world that just prints over serial.
So the arduino part works. I do have a problem communicating with the LTE modem tho, as in, it doesn't reply at all. Did something change in firmware on the fipy/modem/...?
@danielm said in Using PyCom products in Hungary, Telekom NB-IoT network:
In Slovak Telekom network NB-IoT service is operated in B20 using Ericsson RAN and it is possible to connect. By the way part of EPC functionalities is served from Deutsche Telekom and I expected it will be the case for Magyar Telekom NB-IoT network deployment as well.
Thanks for the info!
i have been wanting to login into Default Gateway IP Address 192.168.1.20 but for some reason i am not able to login into it. Can someone please help me with the process of logging in into this ip?
@einarj said in Expansion board 3.0 power consumption:
@crumble Your initial answer was using the Pycoproc together with the expansion board 3?
Yes. You came back with i2c problems.
The Pycoproc is used by pysense and pytrack as well. All 3 boards use the PIC for handling firmware update, deepsleep and so on.
But there is a chance to run into this i2c problem - depending on firmware version and your hard-/software setup.
if you place your code like this no-one can see where your if statements end and thus say something usefull about it.
so put your code in a code block
Insert Code Here
if something == true:
some more if something is true
do something no matter what something is