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- 15:02 JeeLabs Café General: RE: JeeNode with dual RFM2B
- > #define SPI_SS 10 // PB2, pin 16
That one needs to stay as is. The SS/PB2 pin has to be set to an OUTPUT...
- 00:52 JeeLabs Café General: RE: JeeNode with dual RFM2B
- IRQ lines are usually implemented as open-collector, so they can be wired together. Perhaps a quick test: add a resis...
- 22:56 JeeLabs Café General: RE: JeeNode with dual RFM2B
- There's a rf12_set_cs() in the RF12 driver (see RF12.cpp), but that's only part of the story. The interrupts code wil...
- 11:17 JeeLabs Café General: RE: DIN rail for JeeNode
- Wow... soooo neat! Literally ;)
- 11:34 JeeLabs Café General: RE: Combining the scheduler and the Serial port
- Ah, interesting puzzle: the serial link hardware is not running in low-power mode (low-power runs with all clocks tur...
- 11:01 JeeLabs Café Support: RE: Jeenode (433mhz v6) Heating Up
- Looks like you have the radio on the wrong way around. It's going to be _very_ hard to fix this. Get solder wick to r...
- 21:26 JeeLabs Café HouseMon: RE: Node 0.10.5 for RPi out
- Thx - I've updated http://jeelabs.org/2013/02/15/dijn-08-set-up-node-js-and-redis/
- 10:47 JeeLabs Café Support: RE: What are the proper fuse settings when using ISP to flash ISP_REPAIR2.hex to a jeeno...
- It's an Arduino, the fuse settings are the same. You can use the Arduino IDE to reflash the bootloader and sketches. ...
- 22:58 JeeLabs Café Support: RE: LCDplug and Arduino MEGA 2560
- If you use the hardware I2C pins, then the code probably needs to be set to port 0. I'm not at my desk the next few d...
- 22:54 JeeLabs Café Support: RE: Current measurements
- I use 10 ohm. At 15 mA, you get a 150 mV signal that way, good enough for most scopes. Ohm's law is your friend.
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