@Douglas-Kryder why would I trim them? The Omega2+ has two rows, 16 pins each.
Posts made by Jon Gordon
RE: 16 Pos. SMT Header sourcing help
Thanks again, I also found this: https://www.infinite-electronic.hk/product/Sullins-Connector-Solutions_NPPN161BFLC-RC.aspx
From a previous post (I guess I didn't search well enough before posting) https://community.onion.io/topic/980/omega-compatible-2-00mm-female-pin-headers
RE: 16 Pos. SMT Header sourcing help
The Omega2+ is not surface mount.... your thinking of the Omega2S or Omega2S+. I am not using either of those, as they do not meet my requirements.
The 20 pack i refer to are through-hole headers. The Arduino Dock R2 uses SMT headers. I need the SMT headers as my board will be populated by pick and place machine and reflow soldered.
16 Pos. SMT Header sourcing help
I have a project that is going to require roughly 100 Omega2+ modules.
I am having a hard time sourcing an SMT version of the 2.00 pitch 16 Position headers that the Omega module fits into.
Like this... https://onion.io/store/16-pin-header-20-pack/ but in a Surface Mount package. The type that are used on the Arduino Dock R2
Can anyone point me to a supplier for these? (Chinesium prefered)
RE: Omega2+ First Startup Extremely Hot
I too have an Omega2+ module that runs so hot the ink melted off the front MAC label. I have no idea if it shipped that way, just started doing that on its own, or became damaged from something I did, as it went directly into a battery powered pcb enclosure as soon as it arrived.
I only figured it out after getting horrible battery life and measured its current draw at almost 1A
Unfortunately Onions 2 week warranty means that you just have to eat the cost.
Android Mobile Browser - Omega-XXXX.local
I have a web server set up on my Omega2+ that acts as a user interface which is reachable by the omega-xxxx.local domain on Windows(with bonjour installed)/Mac/iOS when connected to the Omega2+'s WIFI Access Point.
As some of you may know, this does not seem to work for Android mobile browsers because, I assume from what I've read, Android doesn't use mDNS. It is still reachable by IP address, just not through the .local namespace.
Has anyone found a work around for this so that Omega can be reached by domain name instead of IP on android mobile devices through its browser?
Will the AP IP always be 192.168.3.1?
Could some kind of Omega2+ DNS trickery be used to force the android browser to resolve the (m)DNS?
Custom wifi setup interface
Has anyone had any experience creating a custom wifi setup interface via omega webserver (php/html/js)
I have tried to find a way to create a link to the existing wifi setup that you use during the initial OnionOS configuration screen but haven't had much luck.
I am trying to create a wifi setup page that is styled the same as my existing web pages I have hosted on my omega2+
I know there is a command line interface but I would like a web based one that includes the ability to turn on/off network discovery as well as setup.
Anyone know of any existing code that has been written or a way to link to the existing OnionOS wifi setup page?
RE: Arduino Dock 2 - A5/A4 Pins & SPI
This is what I have in my rc.local file:
# Put your custom commands here that should be executed once # the system init finished. By default this file does nothing. omega2-ctrl gpiomux set i2c gpio gpioctl dirin 4 gpioctl dirin 5 gpioctl dirin 15 gpioctl dirin 16 gpioctl dirin 17 python /root/mdt/serialtest.py exit 0
However, I am still unable to use A5 as an analog input and A4 as a digital input (which is what I am trying to achieve) on the arduino side as those pins seem to still be pulled up to 5VDC either through a resistor or from the TSX0108