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ARGON40 Users
#1
It seems there is a conflict between ARGON40 case ON / OFF button & Open plotter ...

Did so had the same issue, what was(is) the solution ?
Cordialement
Didier B
Pi4, OP 2.3.0-stable




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#2
I just looked at their script. It appears they use GPIO4 for the switch pin.

Perhaps that's a conflict with something in OP?
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#3
(2020-07-10, 02:12 PM)abarrow Wrote: I just looked at their script. It appears they use GPIO4 for the switch pin.

Perhaps that's a conflict with something in OP?
yes, probably, I think it is used by 1-wire. I will re-test deactivating 1 wire

(2020-07-10, 04:14 PM)Didier B Wrote:
(2020-07-10, 02:12 PM)abarrow Wrote: I just looked at their script. It appears they use GPIO4 for the switch pin.

Perhaps that's a conflict with something in OP?
yes, probably, I think it is used by 1-wire. I will re-test deactivating 1 wire

Bingo, that is the good work around, no 1 Wire until I can modify the Argon script !
So far so good
Thanks Abarrow !
Cordialement
Didier B
Pi4, OP 2.3.0-stable




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#4
(2020-07-10, 04:14 PM)Didier B Wrote: Bingo, that is the good work around, no 1 Wire until I can modify the Argon script !
So far so good
Thanks Abarrow !

Glad it worked. Here is my latest case. A little more rustic!
https://photos.app.goo.gl/E2XAozXoLGi4ffUa9
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#5
(2020-07-10, 05:13 PM)abarrow Wrote:
(2020-07-10, 04:14 PM)Didier B Wrote: Bingo, that is the good work around, no 1 Wire until I can modify the Argon script !
So far so good
Thanks Abarrow !

Glad it worked. Here is my latest case. A little more rustic!
https://photos.app.goo.gl/E2XAozXoLGi4ffUa9

Waow, it's so chic Andy !
Cordialement
Didier B
Pi4, OP 2.3.0-stable




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#6
(2020-07-10, 05:13 PM)abarrow Wrote:
(2020-07-10, 04:14 PM)Didier B Wrote: Bingo, that is the good work around, no 1 Wire until I can modify the Argon script !
So far so good
Thanks Abarrow !

Glad it worked. Here is my latest case. A little more rustic!
https://photos.app.goo.gl/E2XAozXoLGi4ffUa9

Really???? update please Big Grin
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#7
Are you talking about my rustic case or Didier's fix for his Argon case problem? ;-)
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#8
Your rustic case of course Smile
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#9
LOL. Relatively inexpensive decorative box from Banggood, an SSD adapter with a Suptronics X710 power / cooling module.

There's also a board taken from the inside of a Plugable 7 port USB hub. That's about it. I 3D printed a nice panel for the back for HDMI and power connection, as well as openings for ventilation.

I just finished rebuilding my switchpanel and nav station - I couldn't bring myself to put a plastic box there!
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#10
publish some pictures when you are done and we could add a link here: https://openplotter.readthedocs.io/en/la...mples.html
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