@Jake-Fulford did yo manage to create a product grade solution with the Omega? I put my project on the back burner for a while but now I am back at it. I guess some external watchdog + power cycling circuit is needed but I am just wondering if you thought of something.
I also had been facing same problem since last year. and have not got proper solution.
There is alternate solution through which i get out of this issue and that is power supply.
change the power supply Pin-board, that means plugin omega somewhere else from where you get proper supply (i got it by using this).
or change power supply mode through USB directly from your computer usb port.
or use a 3-pin adaptor/plug (i.e. which adaptor have 3 pin).
Hope this will resolve your issue.
i know this is quite not proper technical solution but beleive me i got it by using point no 1 and 3
I tried with 3.3 and 5v, I tried also the same screen with an arduino uno and there wasn't any issue (the sketch printed and recognized the screen at the default pin as should be).
I tried with another i2c screen that I have and not worked (I had the arduino starter kit that doesn't include the lcd screen).
I am not an expert but as far as I can see it's basically OpenWrt with some additional Onion packages installed and of course the wi-fi driver. The additional packages generally are to support Onion specific hardware and wed pages for initial setup and Onion apps for the web interface.
For me it is a smart choice. They use a standard OpenWrt build and just add a few things to add the additional functionality required to support their device and peripherals, it's not a complete fork of OpenWrt for some kind of vanity project.
Doubt it is helpful, but I can confirm that I2S audio as an output is not functional on firmware b221, b200, b196. The only firmware version I had working audio on was b193, b180 and b177. (I assume it works from b193 to b177, but I only tested b180) This was all tested on the same onion omega2+ with a MAX98367A I2S mono amp breakout board from adafruit.
It would be nice to have working I2S and hardware PWM on the same firmware.
@Filipe-Madureira Yes, as expected. Onion's Ethernet Expansion provides only wired 10/100 network connectivity via a standard Ethernet cable.
Power over Ethernet
Power over Ethernet or PoE describes any of several standard or ad-hoc systems which pass electric power along with data on twisted pair Ethernet cabling. This allows a single cable to provide both data connection and electric power to devices...
Here you are an example Omega PoE Dock
I think this dock is too compact, too complicated, too expensive.
If I remember well @luz has made a nice custom dock with (P)PoE capabilities - with an appropriate Ethernet jack and some ~5 .. 39V to 3.3V (or 5V) voltage converter. Unfortunetely I can't find this post.
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