Serial strange behaviour

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CaptainIgloo
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Re: Serial strange behaviour

Post by CaptainIgloo » 30 Mar 2018 08:11

Hi all, Hi Sergei

I am also interested in this problem (but for 9600KBits / Linky TIC).

best regards,

Sébastien

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PoltoS
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Re: Serial strange behaviour

Post by PoltoS » 02 Apr 2018 10:01

CaptainIgloo, 9600 is working fine in hardware UART.

As for <9600, we will do it soon and release for public as there are many requests.

CaptainIgloo
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Re: Serial strange behaviour

Post by CaptainIgloo » 03 Apr 2018 09:35

Hi PoltoS,
Okay and thanks for all under 9600

vebryn
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Re: Serial strange behaviour

Post by vebryn » 03 Apr 2018 10:40

PoltoS wrote:
02 Apr 2018 10:01
As for <9600, we will do it soon and release for public as there are many requests.
Glad to hear, if you need a beta tester, I'm in!

ondrej_bajer
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Re: Serial strange behaviour

Post by ondrej_bajer » 17 May 2018 21:31

PoltoS wrote:
02 Apr 2018 10:01
As for <9600, we will do it soon and release for public as there are many requests.
I'm looking for baudrate 2400 too. Is there a roadmap on this already?
Thanks!

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PoltoS
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Re: Serial strange behaviour

Post by PoltoS » 19 May 2018 01:28

There is. I believe around June/July.

ondrej_bajer
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Re: Serial strange behaviour

Post by ondrej_bajer » 19 May 2018 14:00

That's a great news, thanks a lot!

xibriz
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Re: Serial strange behaviour

Post by xibriz » 28 May 2018 09:54

I'm looking forward to test this as soon as it's ready.

DaveDotNet
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Re: Serial strange behaviour

Post by DaveDotNet » 19 Jun 2018 07:55

+1 for <9600 capability

I’m building a zwave gateway (for SmartThings) to my Heatmiser thermostats. These run on RS485 and are fixed at 4800baud (8N1). I’m ready to test when available.

Thx


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