@tomas_hora has this been done? Would it work now when we install a UniPian OS to Neuron L203 (bought in 2017)? When we checked, the services were all running as EVOK was pre-installed with the OS.
Posts made by HarishKumar
RE: All ports disappear via webinterface after EVOK update on L203
Reinstalling EVOK on a new RPi Image
We have been using the Neuron L203 for about two years without any updates to it. As the SD card got corrupted, we tried to install the same setup in another RPi Image of the same version.
We installed the Evok 1.0.0 code downloaded from GitHub and installed all the packages and the dependencies for it. We were able to install it successfully but there was a problem with Reading/Writing to the Output Pins in UPI WebApp. There were no changes made to the Relay Outputs when they were triggered. Could this be a problem with the i2c Address or are we missing out on any of the configurations that should be done after installing the EVOK software in their Config file?
Does EVOK 1.0.0 Version support Neuron L203? Can you brief us on what could be the worst-case for the root cause of the issue, so that we would be able to look at it from there on?
Hoping for a quick response,
Harish Kumar R.
Input State remains the same
I made some changes to the API according to my requirements, I am able to control the relays the ways I wanted but when I check the input state using the command
result = map(lambda dev: dev.full(), Devices.by_int(INPUT))which I'm running it in a while loop but when the state of the input changes outside the result displayed doesn't change at all. It stays the same, but when I run it in the LoadAllHandler function, the state change is visible. It would be great if you guys could tell me where I'm going wrong.
Controlling the Neuron Pi without API
Is it possible to control the NeuronPi without the API. I would like to build a custom software for my NeuronPi, so can running a python file be able to control the DI and Relay of the NeuronPi? I have a Neuron L203 model. How do I control the DI and Relay without the use of the API ?
Addressing the pins while using Evok
I have read the git page for the Evok open source software. It was mentioned that the circuit number can be used to address the devices. Does the circuit number indicate the markings on the UniPi Neuron itself? I apologize if you feel the question is stupid, but I am a noob.
Is there I2C communication for L203 model?
We are planning on buying Neuron Pi L203 for a company project. Hoping there is I2C communication between the expansion boards and the raspberry pi used as in one of the documentations it was mentioned MCP23008, although not for the L203 model. We wanted the product to use open source software and pogrammable with python, if there is an I2C chip provided in the expansion boards, we would like to be informed about the details of the chip so that we can be ready with the libraries for programming.