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Post by aliazzz on Add own log messages discussion (Post)
Nice posting! Thank you for this
Last updated: 3 days ago

Post by ingo on Electrification discussion (Post)
Sorry! Your mail was in my spam folder. Just found it ;) I didn't run it such long, yet. But after 6h my 20000mAh Anker seemed to have max 1/3 of power lost. So feels like I could reach 18h w/ it. But I guess, that a default Raspbian will also eat more. As then more services will run in the background. I used wharfie, but you could also try to disable all unnecessary services in a Raspbian image.
Last updated: 2018-10-21

Post by bhess on Electrification discussion (Post)
This is a very interesting project! Can you tell me how large your battery pack is and how long it lasts powering the fan and Raspberry Pi? Sometimes I smoke large cuts of meat such as brisket and pork shoulder that can take upwards of 14 hours total. Currently I adjust temperature the old fashioned way - by fiddling around with the vents and frowning while looking at the temperature. This gets old after 6 hours or so, no matter how much beer I drink
Last updated: 2018-10-03

Post by ingo on CODESYS on Linux discussion (Post)
Screenshot
Last updated: 2018-10-01

Post by aliazzz on Electrification discussion (Post)
Definatly a fun little project ;-) Thumbs up!
Last updated: 2018-09-28

Post by ingo on Electrification discussion (Post)
No I meant 25, as I have read this somewhere. But practically I reduced it much more, as I don't need such a high speed, and I want to have it running stable.
Last updated: 2018-09-28

Post by aliazzz on Electrification discussion (Post)
You probably mean 2.5 MHz?
Last updated: 2018-09-28

Post by ingo on Electrification discussion (Post)
Update Neither the temperature sensor, nor the driver were the problem. Just the SPI speed was not correctly set in the SPI master. After limiting the speed below 25MHz, it works like a charm ;)
Last updated: 2018-09-01

Post by ingo on Electrification discussion (Post)
After the test... Sadly the temperature sensor didn't work relyably. Furthermore I had the known issue with the air, which is sucked through the gaps of the lid. So my todos: - fix the SPI driver - fix the lid The good thing: The ribs have been the best which I have eaten since years. Really amazing. So you see that the electrification is not mandatory, but convenient.
Last updated: 2018-08-26

Post by ingo on Driving 12V with SoftPWM discussion (Post)
Source Code
Last updated: 2018-07-10

Post by codesys-com on CODESYS Christmas lights - Raspberry Pi discussion (Post)
Project Screenshot + CODESYS Project
Last updated: 2018-01-08

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