low power sensor fuses???

6 years 7 months ago #2298 by msebbe
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Not really, I bricked like 4 pro minis and 1 Uno. I made my own sleeping sketch instead and I just removed the power LED and I will see how long battery can last.

Seems like removing power regulator bricks my pro minis :/

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6 years 7 months ago - 6 years 7 months ago #2300 by skywatch
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What makes you think that the units are all bricked?

Removing voltage regulator shouldn't brick the unit if you don't damage anything else in the process.

You are powering the boards without regulators using Vin and not raw?

You could also try the mysensors eeprom erase to see if that helps?

I am short on time for a few weeks to try again, but will if I get a chance. I had hoped to be building by now, instead I am stuck for want of a clear example or tutorial. :angry: :angry: :angry: :angry: :angry: :(

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6 years 7 months ago #2331 by skywatch
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cdj wrote: Are you using an usbtiny programmer? No! You're using an arduino uno as programmer...avrdude -c arduino -v -p m328p -P com4 -b19200 -U efuse:w:0x07:m

Change only com port according to your com and rock and roll.....


Hi Cjd,

Sorry for not responding sooner, I missed this posting until today.

Anyway, there is no longer a need to burn fuses, see iot-playground.com/forum/general/424-low...t-burning-fuses#2330

Thanks for helping out.

Skywatch.

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6 years 7 months ago #2332 by cdj
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I miss post you've posted :)

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6 years 7 months ago #2334 by skywatch
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cdj wrote: I miss post you've posted :)


Hehe, no worries ;)

I am curious as to how/why your solution differs from Mr EioT posting? Does it all do the same thing (clock and brownout)? I can't see how it can, but maybe I am not understanding something.

Ciao

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