Neuron L403 / no useable documentation



  • Wher can i find any documentation for access the components from debian (FHEM). I have a new L403, payed a lot of money and have a useless Brick...
    I need e description how can acces the serial bus (there are not /dev/extcomm how can i setup this?), what i2c devices are in the hardware

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    root@neuron:/dev# i2cdetect -y 1
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    60: -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 6f
    70: -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --

    "As a basic p
    rovided software for simple implementation of user application is OS Linux
    and
    communication interface Modb
    us on TCP protocol. This image can be freely
    downloaded
    from
    downloads.unipi.technology
    .
    Regulation
    appli
    cation may run either on PLC itself or on
    another
    device
    within the network. Both options may be freely combined which brings the advantage of distributed
    system
    .
    Further extension of application interface is web portal which serves for basic configuration
    of the device
    available
    over HTTP protocol on port 8088"

    ...there are no Linux-image!


  • administrators

    Hello,

    sorry for the lack of documentation. The image is in progress but will be available later this week.

    So far there is a repository on github https://github.com/UniPiTechnology/neuron_tcp_modbus_overlay that will work fine.

    Btw. the Neuron uses SPI for communication with the lower CPUs, that is handled by the neuron_tcp_server. The I2C is used only for RTC and EEPROM, all in one device MCP79410.

    The neuron_tcp_server automatically creates the serial devices once running. The web interface is still not ready for most users...

    Hope it helps.



  • @tomas_hora

    ok, thanks. I will test it.



  • Is there an Evok version redy for Neuron (modbus), the version from git is only for unipi?

    Is there any Software for neron read?

    I have raspian jesse on my L403 the Modbus is ready an reachabel over network....

    Have you a suggestion for the modbus-modul of fhem?


  • administrators

    @burnscm see this: https://forum.unipi.technology/topic/247/evok-on-neuron-s10x/8

    The same is for any other Neuron. Well you have a Mervis for free for each Neuron, so try that. The implementation there is done nicely.
    Regarding the FHEM, you would have to make a definition for the Modbus device.



  • @tomas_hora ..mervis for free? No i don't have. Is this new?


  • administrators

    @burnscm During the checkout you had a possibility to choose software and you have chosen opensource. But if you need it, we can send it to you later...



  • yes, i will test it. Can you send it?


  • administrators

    @burnscm could you send me an email with your request? info@unipi.technology

    Thanks
    Adam Skorpik



  • Thanks for the license!