Good afternoon everyone,
I'm using 50 wipy 3.0 for some fridge and temperature controlled rooms remote monitoring. I'm using Azure (IoT hub) but since I like Pybytes so much, all the devices are sending data to pybytes and pybytes is forwarding to Azure IoT hub. That works very well.
The thing is I'm having issues identifying Pybytes used ports and url for remote fw update, for Pymkr with the company wlan and even for sending data to Pybytes. When I share internet with my cellphone its perfect, but with company wlan many problems. Doing a network check I found witch URL the devices where trying to send data (I unlocked that url and thedevices are sending data) sometimes that url changes and all devices go offline until new url unlocked. However pymaker cannot save or upload files, or fw updates (with my cellphone its ok)
So, what ports and URL or ip(better) should I unlock within the company network?
Thanks in advance
@Adnan-Sabovic I have never observed current consumption of my LoPy4 devices with such detail, but the values you are getting seem in line with typical consumption for these boards. I would also say the peaks are normal for board initialization and transmission. Note that the highest peak of 0.57 A lasts maybe 1 ms from what I can see in your image, so it won't affect your current consumption drastically.
From the FiPy datasheet, average current consumption for the board with no radios is 62.6 mA @ 5V. You are averaging 100 mA (although I do not know what voltage you are using), so maybe your WLAN module is on. Make sure to turn it off by setting the pycom.wifi_on_boot() flag to False or by manually disabling it via WLAN().deinit(). Since this is a FiPy, make sure the LTE modem is powered off, as well as Bluetooth and Sigfox (although these are usually off by default).
@d-alvrzx I'v tested that, and it seems to work fine. Sometimes the conversion fails. But that's to be expected. The timing seems acceptable.
The print problem you talk about indicates a memory corruption somewhere else in the code. Try to switch of WiFi and Bluetooth.
P.S.: It took me a while and a handful of curses to compile the firmware. Quite a few compile errors and warnings. At least one of them shows a bug. I do not know if people at Pycom verify, that the code the publish builds at least. It seems that no.
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