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  • OK, I’m giving up on the ProTrinket solution. I went with the ProTrinket originally because there was a wiring diagram I could understand (not a hardware person). I need a similar picture for the Mayfly. I don’t understand what the following means: “First you need to enable the pullup resistor on pin D10, which is already built in to the Mayfly…[Read more]

  • I went with the ProTrinket/Mayfly solution. My problem is no red light on the ProTrinket, only a green, I have pushed the reset button on the ProTrinket but still no red light. Is there a setting under tools that needs to be changed? If you look up bootloader for the ProTrinket, it says the ProTrinket must be connected to a computer via USB. In…[Read more]

  • Thank you for your help. I’ve ordered a ProTrinket. Basically, I am trying to recreate what the rain logger did before it died. Log date, time and a tip, convert the tip to inches and have a running total per rain event. Ultimately, be able to retrieve the data remotely. We have three broken loggers (very old) and one that is still functioning. We…[Read more]

  • I am trying to connect an ancient rain logger to the Mayfly. I have a pair of wires that come out of the tip bucket. I need a connector from the wires (each wire contains two wires for a total of four) to the Mayfly. I searched the forum and saw a description for the Grove 4 pin terminal board. But it seems to need to connect a power wire. There…[Read more]

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