@hetifi said in Lora -> TTN-console working. Howto open Pybytes payload ?:
If look device data: payload: 9E050233335341
Line in Main.py:
pybytes.send_virtual_pin_value(False, id_payload , (ruuvitag.temperature))
But maybe is more wise code tree temperatures in one transmission my own and not use pybytes.send_virtual_pin_value.
After one night sleep... 9E050233335341 is simply 13.2 (32-bit float)
If you are unfamiliar with GPS (sounds like that) and curious what "almanac" and "epemeris data" means, have a look at the detailed (and quite interesting) GPS book: https://www.u-blox.com/sites/default/files/products/documents/GPS-Compendium_Book_(GPS-X-02007).pdf
I created a simple library to act as a HTTP server for a recent project. Carlae's http_daemon is able to receive a dictionary of endpoints to functions to call when a request is received on that endpoint.
@martijnthe not sure if that would change anything, but can you try setting wifi_on_boot to false?
Looks like there’s a conflict between the default WiFi settings and yours, so taking the default out may help.
You may need to start Server yourself.
I have a problem when I upload a project on my L01 via wifi reseting is actually failing, blue heartbeat is present, I tried machine.reset() too but still no reseting. I have to unplug manually the battery to reset it.
I also observe that if I switch the connection to uart when the module is in this funky mood and try again machine.reset() it's working.
Since my product is always connected to a battery is this a software problem ?
Hello, what about the accessory previously view on your shop (tagged "coming soon"), like Infrared Image Sensor. We can see them again here: https://pycom.io/product/pyscan/, but on the webshop they have disappear. Can we expect find them on your webshop in the future or not?
Thank's and have a nice day
The issue lies with the response the FTP server gave your client:
Response: 227 (0,0,0,0,7,232)
The Pycom device is returning an invalid IP = 0.0.0.0.
Try setting the IP manually with wlan.ifconfig().
I have already inquired about this issue here:
Seems that the firmware should either offer more options as it related to FTP server functionality or properly handle the storage and use of the IP addresses for the PSV command.