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    Posted: 29 January 2020 at 8:17pm
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Let's start with a simple test. 

In the Arduino IDE open the File -> Examples -> Examples for ESP32 dev module -> WebServer -> HelloServer. Change the wifi credential to match you home router and upload the sketch. Try it out with the phone hotspot too. Can you get these work? If not the the problem is somewhere else than in the DuinoDCX codebase.

You can also try to change the authentication type of your router and see if that helps.

If the problem still persists please open a new issue at github: https://github.com/lasselukkari/DuinoDCX/issues
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Lasse, I am having issues connecting via an existing wifi network. Ad hoc seems to be fine but I can't manage it via my home router or a hotspot on my phone. Home router just won't connect and it throws up an error message. Via my phone hotspot it seems to connect fine and my phone tells me it is connected but chrome won't connect to load the GUI. Any ideas?

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 Hey I have one laying here around I can send it to you. It is modificated with the module inside!
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Lasse Lukkari Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 24 November 2019 at 3:37pm
Originally posted by Jost96 Jost96 wrote:

Do you know this problem?
Unfortunately no. I only own a single Ultradrive so I have not been able to test the SerialChiller with multiple units myself. The standard ttl to rs232 adapter modules will never work with multiple units, but the SerialChiller should have the required hardware setup.  I will try to borrow another Ultradrive during the christmas holidays and see what is going on.




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Hay Lasse, sorry for the late response. I love the serial chiller you send me. It works great. I build this thing for 6 friends which use it too very ofeten. But now there is a little thing what won't work. I've bought a new 4 ch amplifier. So there must get a DCX in :D. But now I had a bigger event where I needed both DCX. I want to run both with one Serial chiller. But I can't find the second one in the software. Hardware flow was disabeled and eneabeld. First DCX was in PC Link mode second one in Link RS 485 mode. bothe term switches were pressed. I only can find the first one. Do you know this problem?
 
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Let's try one more thing before we give up. As we have managed to succefully upload the OTA update firmware with the Arduino IDE we may as well flash the full DuinoDCX firmware directly.

Download and extract the attached zip file. Inside you will find a file named DuinoDCX.ino. Do not rename the directory to anything else than DuinoDCX. Open the project in the Arduino IDE and flash it like you did before. Now try powering the controller with a known good usb charger.


If it still fails there is not much we can do.


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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Lasse Lukkari Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 20 August 2019 at 2:19pm
Originally posted by snowflake snowflake wrote:

I do get a monitor message saying brownout detected.

We seem to stumble across every possible problem. 

The brownout means that for some reason the microcontroller is not getting enough 5v power from the usb port. Is it possible that you try another physical USB port, a powered USB hub or even another computer? 

I completely understand if you want to call it quits at this point. I can post you a another controller with the latest firmware installed. You can use the box to mail me the previous one back so I can reflash it here and send it to someone else.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (1) Thanks(1)   Quote snowflake Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 20 August 2019 at 1:35pm
did the system clean and reinstalled Arduino and drivers and it works again

held down the reset button as I plugged in and it appears to have rebooted - no more garbage in serial monitor.

uploaded the sketch and it got further than last time.

says
Leaving...
Hard resetting via RTS pin...

nothing output to serial monitor
tried closing monitor, unplugging, plugging back in and reopening monitor but still no output.

I have set the baud rate to 115200. tried resetting and doing the process again and I do get a monitor message saying brownout detected.

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Originally posted by snowflake snowflake wrote:

now Arduino will not launch on my laptop. It worked on Saturday! says 'loading boards' then instead of saying 'starting' it just shuts down. tried reinstalling Arduino and rebooting and still won't launch.

This seems to be a common problem on Windows platforms. It has been reported by multiple users on the Arduino forums.

People seem to have had success with a clean reinstall after following these instructions. See the attached PDF file in the last post here: https://forum.arduino.cc/index.php?topic=534741.15


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now Arduino will not launch on my laptop. It worked on Saturday! says 'loading boards' then instead of saying 'starting' it just shuts down. tried reinstalling Arduino and rebooting and still won't launch.

will launch on my desktop but that computer will only show it's one COM port and doesn't recognise plugged into either USB port.
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Hey Lasse, how difficult would it be to implement the save and Recall funktion?

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