glnc222 wrote:Wonder what the power requirements of the HAME are? There seem to be a number of these little hot spots for portable PC's and tablets, under different brands.
glnc222 wrote:Since the batteries are replaced every year or so, there is no reason not to cut and tap connector leads.
The battery pack is not protected against under voltage if you connect the router directly to the battery.
glnc222 wrote:The Maxim IC mentioned with 45ma is a USB host device for a microcontroller, if I understand the datasheet. It does not include a wireless transceiver. So it would seem the power load could be mostly the microcontroller and especially the transceiver. As these are all included in the HAME etc. hot spots 300ma active, so maybe we don't have a full comparison yet?
undertoe wrote:Mine is operational and fits nicely in the back fan compartment! I just used a tiny solid state relay just cause i am sending minimal commands at it and plus its all i had access to. just so everyone knows my setup is done as referenced above in the picture
you just setup the Hame's WAN and Wifi and give it your networks settings. Once it reboots you can telnet to it and run the following command to initiate the clean command
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gpio l 8 0 4000 1 0 4000 && echo "Clean" > /dev/ttyACM0 && gpio l 8 4000 0 1 0 4000
On my A15 version i did not have gpio in the sys folders so I had to use this method.
Pavel.Kab wrote:About router power consumption - i dont think its realy a problem. Even if ~1h of runtime is not enough, Neato always can, automaticaly, return to its base, charge it self and continue cleaning from last point.
Pavel.Kab wrote:So why do you think its all about your A15 version? Maybe its about using OpenWrt in the end?
undertoe wrote:Pavel, don't think you answered my question does what you have handle reading and writing to the USB? Are you actually checking the state of the device "GetButtons" "GetCharger" "GetErr" commands? Or are you simply just blindly throwing "Clean" command at it?
No, still have issue with tty controller in the gpio command line.Pavel.Kab wrote:So, does any one managed to make his own wifi control?
Pavel.Kab wrote:Maybe you should use OpenWrt on the router as i did?
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