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by p0lyg0n1
11 Jan 2024 19:13
Forum: Z-Uno
Topic: Battery Operator
Replies: 1
Views: 1330

Re: Battery Operator

Hi, Well, in the 1st, you can enable system logging, it will send the console to the TX0 board. It turns on like this: ZUNO_ENABLE( DBG_CONSOLE_BAUDRATE=921600 LOGGING_DEBUG ); You need to connect the USB-UART adapter to the TX0 pin and open the terminal client at a speed of 921600 (our terminal cli...
by p0lyg0n1
11 Jan 2024 18:46
Forum: Z-Uno
Topic: version 3.0.12
Replies: 24
Views: 6831

Re: version 3.0.12

Hi, It sounds strange, especially in the context of the latest beta (release date December 29, 2023). I'll try again, but as far as I know, the CommandHandler is always called by the SDK from only one thread, but at the same time it can be called recursively inside this thread (although we removed t...
by p0lyg0n1
11 Aug 2023 10:34
Forum: Z-Uno
Topic: Eeprom writes and config param changes => board reset
Replies: 3
Views: 13129

Re: Eeprom writes and config param changes => board reset

Update. The put/get functions did indeed return incorrect values. Fixed in the code: https://github.com/Z-Wave-Me/Z-Uno-G2-C ... cca40124fb . The changes will appear in the new beta version.

Best regards,
Alex.
by p0lyg0n1
11 Aug 2023 10:19
Forum: Z-Uno
Topic: Eeprom writes and config param changes => board reset
Replies: 3
Views: 13129

Re: Eeprom writes and config param changes => board reset

Hi, thank you for your research. If you don't mind, let's try to dig deeper together. So far, I have several assumptions about what could be the reason for this behavior: 1. On SDK 7.16, in case of active use of FLASH memory, the process of defragmentation of the file system may occur and WatchDog m...
by p0lyg0n1
09 May 2023 08:10
Forum: Z-Uno
Topic: After uploading bootloader beta version, the board flashes red. +next board blocked (all bootloaders upload) identically
Replies: 8
Views: 3727

Re: After uploading bootloader beta version, the board flashes red. +next board blocked (all bootloaders upload) identic

Hi,
you can only upgrade to the newer version of the bootloader( the build number greater that your current), downgrade starting from version 3.11 is not possible due to the SDK features. The board is working correctly.

Best regatds,
Alex.
by p0lyg0n1
22 Apr 2023 10:31
Forum: Z-Uno
Topic: 3.0.12 beta bootloader image doesn't fit
Replies: 2
Views: 2697

Re: 3.0.12 beta bootloader image doesn't fit

Hi, You hurried and installed the very first version from 3.12 in which we forgot to update gcc and the directory with chip-dependent files (devices). Unfortunately, the latest SDK does not support downgrade. Therefore, only forward to the version whose build is larger than the previous one. It's no...
by p0lyg0n1
11 Apr 2023 09:40
Forum: Z-Uno
Topic: 3.0.10 release
Replies: 9
Views: 4242

Re: 3.0.10 release

Hi, ZUno 2 has a built-in RTC timer. It has been used since version 3.09 to get the values of micros()/millis(). The Time Parameter command class is used to set the time on the device from the controller, by default it configures the built-in RTC. In order to use the Time Parameter class, it must be...
by p0lyg0n1
07 Apr 2023 17:09
Forum: Z-Uno
Topic: analogRead range
Replies: 2
Views: 2051

Re: analogRead range

Hi everbody, I need to read an analog value with the Z-uno powered by 5V pin ( USB for testing ). Can someone explain ? Thank's a lot Hi, If we explain it very briefly and schematically, then the reference is taken in 5V, but the signal is cut by protective diodes. As the upper limit, it is correct...
by p0lyg0n1
29 Mar 2023 10:07
Forum: Z-Uno
Topic: Zuno 2 - EP1 status not updated
Replies: 4
Views: 2593

Re: Zuno 2 - EP1 status not updated

Hi, There is such a problem in build 3.10. It has already been fixed in the sources on our github. In the next build we will fix this problem, but it will be released with a new version of the SDK and not earlier than next week. The fastest and easiest way to fix this problem is to edit the cores/ZW...
by p0lyg0n1
08 Aug 2022 17:13
Forum: Z-Uno
Topic: Serial.println() will not finish print statements
Replies: 4
Views: 3443

Re: Serial.println() will not finish print statements

Here, try this code (I changed yours a little to just change Serial) with an external adapter connected to RX0, debugging will be much easier #include "SPI.h" #include "Wire.h" #include "ZUNO_OneWire.h" #define SPI_CS 8 SPISettings spi_settings = SPISettings(8000000, MS...