daniel - As with many IOT apps they need to run off batteries for years. I am working on a Lora AG application like this so Sleep functions, RTC memory for saving variables, power consumption in various sleep modes is critical. Other functions like Lora Transmit followed by a Sleep call - does transmission complete before sleep? etc. These are some of the issues I have seen with some Lora IOT apps. I will willing test as soon as available.
Thanks sakis. Apologies - I was looking in the wrong place for the LoRa documentation - I expected it to be in the Pycom specific modules section, because I assumed that general MicroPython documentation would not contain any hardware info at all. Oops.
Hi @alan-roche ,
I don't have experience with this myself, but check out the following topics that might help to get you started:
LCD screen implementation: https://forum.pycom.io/topic/290/i2c-lcd-code-inside/33
Topic containing lots of links related to lipo's: https://forum.pycom.io/topic/241/lipo-battery-connector/
I managed to fix it now. I had to telnet to the ip, it was buggy as hell though, I had to keep pressing ctrl+c for couple of times until it finally worked and I soft factory erased it after. Nevertherless, you should mention how to do a hardware factory reset in the documentation.
Now with the Lopy i'm trying as a nano gateway, the same code mentioned in a post on the forum, just printing ACK if it managed to connect to the gateway, it'll stop after few minutes for some unknown reasons.