@Jeff-Seese Thanks Jeff, I was not aware such a thing existed ! This may be of use in another product where the SD card needs to be accessible by the end user, to change the content as and when required.
But still, if I only could have the connection details ....
i decided to start building my boards this weekend. maybe someone can guide me on the regulator, the board print states cj1117 3.3v regulator. a search brings the news that this reg. is no longer produced. fine, no biggie, i went for an aws1117 3.3v , however, although it is, according to pictures on the net, the same body style. the spacings on the board are too small and the female header prevents the single , i guess ground leg on one side from a proper positioning on the pads.
can anyone who has finished building this board suggest a regulator that is 3.3v 1amp and can fit ok on the pads? thanks
Having thought about the idea form time to time, how about using the Onion as a IO borad that comunicated via USB to a better unit thats doitn the actual SIP and stuff?
But how do i get the dialed Numbers over the the host?
using Serial seams the usefullest.
I guess the Host will be Intel-NUC to be able to run a "good" OS on it and to have other capabilities as well.
Ideas to this new way to solve the problem?
BTW, this class of USB-video capture dongle simply performs NTSC (or PAL) to
720x480 4:2:2 decoding, then streams via
USB 2.0 high-speed (480Mpbs) isochronous transfer mode to the receiving side (a PC.)
Very often a low end PC cannot handle it.
Omega2 simply cannot handle this type of load. Period.
@Marcin-Debowski we haven't experimented with reading the DHT sensors directly using the Omega since they have their own timing sensitive protocol. Because the Omega runs Linux and is a soft real-time operating system, any one of the running processes could interrupt your code and mess up the timing of your pulses.
@luz you are right of course! I was trying for hours to setup arduino-dock (v.1) on my Omega2+ and getting that same error. Mistyped it without the spaces and that error disappeared. As expected arduino-dock still did not work :smiley:
Looks good, Thanks for sharing! I tested out your code on one of my original Omega, and was also having issues with running out of space. When I have some time I'll try again with my Omega2+ and add more space with an SD card.
I've been too busy with work to get anywhere with my own project, but am looking for the best way to add server-side functionality to this project. It would be great to be able to change the setpoint, show last off time, and set minimum off time. Any suggestions on the best way to do this? I'm trying to learn more about PHP, and also looking at node.js.
Once I have an Omega controlling my draft cooler, my goal is to replace the arduino controlling my brewery now. Hopefully I will be far enough along with that project to have something worth sharing in a couple more weeks.