When you have the transmitter powered up, do you see the yellowish LED blink about every 30 seconds? It flashes when it transmits. Unplug the DS32321 Clock from the WXLink Arduino board too. Not needed any more.
First, as far as I know I don't have a DS3231 Clock on my system.
Second, I have been looking at the powered up transmitter for at least 10 minutes but I don't see an LED blink on any of the 3 remote boards.
Are you referring to the LED13 on the Arduino board that I indicate in the following photo? This green LED is normally off but it blinks once when I power on or when I press the reset button, but after that it doesn't blink anymore.
Or is there an LED on the LoRa board? If so, please show me where to look on the LoRa board photo I am attaching.
In any case, the only LEDs that I can see are:
2 red and one green LEDs on the SunAirPlus that are normally ON and don't blink.
One blue power LED and one green LED13 on the Arduino, the blue LED is always on and the green is off and doesn't blink.
No visible LED on the LoRa board.
Please give me a quick way to fix this problem, I really need to have this station working.
LED13 on the Arduino board. Since it doesn't blink, I think the board is NOT programmed. Since you don't have an FTDI cable we will send you a new Arduino board programmed for SolarMAX. I just verified the programming on my unit and the yellow LED does blink, so I think we have it diagnosed.
Here is your RMA#
SwitchDoc Labs RMA#091819-01 909 S Shelley Lake Lane Spokane Valley, WA 99037
What a relief!!! I was getting desperate about this. Thanks for your reply.
I have sent you my address by PM.
Now, how do we fix the SkyWeather.py program that starts and then hangs after printing: "after SHT30" and when I try to stop the program with Control+C, it continues running as you can see in the attached image.
I have waited for over half an hour but it doesn't continue.
Or is this because there is no data transmission from the remote LoRa board?
In my Conflocal.py file these are my device present global variables: