There doesn't appear to be an Alpha-24 for AtomS3.
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RE: UiFlow 2.0 discuss(how-to, bug, feature request or sometings)
Let me start by saying that I love the way UIFlow2 is going. It seems a lot more logical (with the ability to include selected software / hardware / etc features). With that said, I do have a few questions related specifically to the Atom S3 (with the display):
Any idea when (if?) the new Atomic QR-Reader will be added to UIFlow 2 (or docs for using it with the UART options)? I haven't had any luck with it so far (couple of hours playing around with it).
Is the LED light (behind the "reset" button) accessible? If I try to use the LED (BuiltIn) it throws an error.
I have a use case for the Atom S3 as a clock in an environment with no WiFi. The "RTC" functionality seems to "work" but isn't battery backed up. I've added a "Songhe DS3231SN Real Time Clock Module AT24C32" from Amazon that communicates via I2C (and has a rechargeable battery) but the RTC hardware doesn't have a way to point to the external RTC (seems to be pointing to the internal or maybe just pulling from WiFi when I have WiFi). Suggestions?
COM GPS with COM LoRaWAN module
I'm wanting to build a mapper for the Helium Network (its like TTN). Basically, I want a Core (or Core 2) utilizing a COM.GPS and a COM.LORAWan 915. My hope would be that it could be configured to work without external power (seems like the Core 2 requires that the GSP, so it may be out of the running).
Has anyone got a COM.GPS working with a COM.LoRaWAN module? If so, can you explain or share your switch settings? Also, is this possible using UIFlow?
I've used EasyLoader to flash the COM.GPS sample code but all I get is "INVALID" responses on every field. I am getting a flashing blue light on the GPS module and I think I have the switches set to 5/13 (which appears to be the default setting for the Arduino sketch).
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Here's a picture of the switch settings I currently have on the GPS: https://photos.app.goo.gl/oKvUyTe9gzCbrAxv6
GPS and LoRaWAN Modules together
I'm trying to use the LoRaWAN module to send GPS coordinates to my server. I've got the LoRaWAN functionality working as well as the GPS, but when I try to put them together the LoRaWAN stops working. I've followed the instructions related to changing the pins on the GPS board by cutting and soldering but when I initialize the GPS (using 'Init With Custom Pin'), the LoRaWAN module is only able to get it's UART response one time. Any ideas?
Update: FYI, I've put the flow on GitHub here.