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draythomp

Man, that guy really has some nice gauges.  I want one of those in my car.
Trying to keep my house under control http://www.desert-home.com/

Graynomad

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Dec 11, 2012, 12:54 am Last Edit: Dec 11, 2012, 12:56 am by Graynomad Reason: 1
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That's actually becoming my life's work......sigh.

So I see, I read your blog occasionally to see what you're up to next :)

As I see you try various "cosm" style offerings You may get a kick out of this site

http://paulalting.com/hydrosolar/hydrosolar.php#turbine

Really flash gauges.

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Rob
Rob Gray aka the GRAYnomad www.robgray.com

draythomp

NIce!  It's good to see other people automating their stuff.  That's actually becoming my life's work......sigh.
Trying to keep my house under control http://www.desert-home.com/

mircearisteiu

I am new in Zigbee API apps. But, as far as I read your project, I can say that it is very nice project, exciting...

One week ago I found your project on the net (under Arduino node scanning tag). Since that moment I am almost all the time trying to make one coordinator node to talk with one router node. In attach, you will see how I tried to.

The router and one Xbee explorer work acceptable, but not with Arduino coordinator.

I also have some questions. First, in my case xbee.begin(9600) return error (no matching function for call to 'XBee::begin(int)'). How so? I wrote the sequence: Serial.begin(9600); xbee.begin(Serial). No error, but...

You organized your sending data in 10 bytes. The 9-th is the node ID (E = text[9]). It is sent by the nodes. How it is built?

Thank you in advance! Mircea

Graynomad

+1

I see your thinking of moving to PICs, have you considered the LPC ARMs? You can (soon) get them down to 20 (even 16) pins with a full 32-bit core.

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Rob
Rob Gray aka the GRAYnomad www.robgray.com

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