Current status of my problem; I am using the 0.5 Mayfly board and have changed to appropite line from 18 to -1 and I get compile errors related to NeosWSerial.ccp. I have updated all my libraries and still get the same error.
If I comment out the lib entry for NeoSWSerial the sketch compiles but when loaded the console…[Read more]
We haven’t used that sensor at Stroud, but after looking at the spec sheet, I don’t see why it wouldn’t work with one of our newer Mayfly models that generates 12v. You’ll need a Modbus interface if you want to use that protocol, so either building your own or using the one we’ll be releasing soon. For SDI-12, it should work directly connected t…[Read more]
I am looking for some feedback from the EnviroDIY community on a new sensor to try with the Mayfly — Keller – Series 36XiW-CTD (Conductivity, Temperature, Depth). I have attached the spec sheet from Keller.
@shicks just wondering what the expected standard charge is for the Mayfly 1.0
I’m seeing via a USB Meter that with a USB-C charger that delivers 5.0V (and 2A capable) with a 4.4A LiIon battery at 3.8V that it is only charged 0.13-0.2A. Previously Mayfly 0.5 this was the expected 0.5A
Digging deeper into the BQ24074
“Input-based dynamic po…[Read more]
If your only interested in a month of data and not concerned about a long-term deployment, I would just put the Mayfly/hardware/batteries in a nice IP 67 or 68 enclosure with a voltaic solar panel and strap it to a something like a spare buoy. The picture attached isn’t pretty but would probably work for long-term deployment in small inland lakes.
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