Wow what linux version did you use?
Posts made by kylebuttress
RE: Servo Kit 180 connection
@teastain Thanks for the info. I hope you got something out of this adventure :). The StickC does not have a battery. I'll try with the Core Grey I have, it has a battery and see I can get it to work with the pins and not the Grove.
It does seem odd though.
RE: UHF RFID Unit (JRD4035) on M5Core2
Not sure if this will help.
I made a quick reader based on a [project I'm working on this also works on m5Paper as well it's nothing complex simple read and display, this is on a Basic Core unit
A quick video showing it working
The Tags I use are these ones
make sure the port is correct otherwise the bytes out of range error pops up
I hope it helps
from m5stack import * from m5ui import * from uiflow import * import unit setScreenColor(0x222222) uhf_rfid_0 = unit.get(unit.UHF_RFID, unit.PORTA) uhf_rfid_0.set_region(uhf_rfid_0.REGIN_US) uhf_rfid_0.automatic_freq_hopping(0xFF) uhf_rfid_0.set_channel_freq(924.25) epc_bool = 0 uhf_rfid_0.set_select_mode(0x01) label0 = M5TextBox(128, 59, "Tag #", lcd.FONT_Default, 0xFFFFFF, rotate=0) label1 = M5TextBox(22, 106, "waiting ... ", lcd.FONT_Default, 0xFFFFFF, rotate=0) while True: # while not temp: temp = uhf_rfid_0.single_polling() if temp: # label10.setText(str(temp)) print("-----") print(temp) print(temp) print("-----") label1.setText(temp) wait(.5)
RE: UHF-RFID M5Stack Current and Power consumption
I have noticed it drains the battery of the M5Paper quite quickly. I have not tested that specifically as it was not a requirement for my project. The range is quite good at 50-70 cm.
I think there is a way to change the power and read strength, though I have not investigated too deeply. I am using other methods to alter read time. When I get to a stable point I will refine some more.