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#1
As soon as it arrived and connected, on the desk, CAN working, 1W there is no way to see it working. See attachments.

[url[Image: alvzYtk.jpg]]MacArthur HAT[/url]



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#2
In your config.txt you have:

dtoverlay=1w-gpio

That means that the raspberry is trying to read 1W data from GPIO4 which is the default in Raspberry. The MacArthut HAT uses GPIO19 for 1W because GPIO4 is used by NMEA 0183 TX 1 (UART3 TX). Follow the manual (chapter 1-Wire sensors - configuration) to change from GPIO4 to GPIO19 easily. Do not edit config.txt manually if possible, let openplotter do the job.
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#3
(2023-04-13, 04:18 PM)Sailoog Wrote: In your config.txt you have:

dtoverlay=1w-gpio

That means that the raspberry is trying to read 1W data from GPIO4 which is the default in Raspberry. The MacArthut HAT uses GPIO19 for 1W because GPIO4 is used by NMEA 0183 TX 1 (UART3 TX). Follow the manual (chapter 1-Wire sensors - configuration) to change from GPIO4 to GPIO19 easily. Do not edit config.txt manually if possible, let openplotter do the job.

ok @Sailoog, done.

I had read it and could not fix it.
 
Now I have to figure out how to connect Sean's Pypilot Controller. Help would be welcome!


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#4
UART0 is free, you can connect the pypilot controller there.
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