No noise. No light. No luck.
Only the green led turned on.
So I suppose I have to contact support.
Thanks for your help and quick answers !
Thank you for your response!
When switching to /dev/ttyS1 in evok.conf, everything works as expected on the xS40:
Most importantly, I am able to turn on a light with the xS40 (using schema of page 17 of Neuron technical documentation). Looks good!
Unfortunately, when I plug in the same connector on a RO of my Axon M205:
All the RO I've tried behave the same. And note that I've never heard the xS40 contact noise on the Axon, even before playing with real circuits/current.
From the System tab of the control panel:
Neuron M205 S/N: 9
Let me know if you need more details.
I purchased an Axon M205 a few weeks ago. The hardware/software stack looks promising, but I cannot make it work.
When I plugs in a xS40 extension on RS485 1.3, it is not detected (no led blinking). When I use RS485 1.1, leds start blinking. Furthermore, in evok control panel, there is only one serial, while I am expected three of them (1 RS232 and 2 RS485). On system, there is only /dev/extcomm/0/0.
When using RS485 1.1, no additional DI or RO appear in the control panel. Here is my configuration:
[EXTENSION_1] global_id = 2 device_name = xS40 modbus_uart_port = /dev/extcomm/0/0 neuron_uart_circuit = 1_01 allow_register_access = True address = 15
All DIP switches but the RS485-end are turned off.
When using evok (or direct switch using appropriate DIY.X, or SysFS), I am able to get the RO led on. But it looks like that the contact is never made (I am not able to switch on any light - protected by a 2A circuit breaker). I don't know if the relay is supposed to do any "noise" on contact, but there is nothing.
Note : my system is up to date (apt update/upgrade), but I am not using the latest OS image (https://forum.unipi.technology/topic/826/latest-archive-swu-file-is-too-large).
I will appreciate any help!
Thanks in advance!
The steps above do not work on my system (Axon M205). My card is not flashed - I still have some extra files in /etc.
When using the service web interface (with unipi-axon-os-2018-09-18_v1.7 release, as the latest release is too large), I get after a while:
Software Update started ! Installation in progress ERROR : cannot write 16384 bytes: Operation not permitted Installation failed ! Waiting for requests...
Though, is flashing the OS equivalent to an "apt upgrade"?