I recently read about 'MXCHIP AZ3166 IOT DevKit'. Can I connect an external sensor to it?
Data to IOT Hub should be from the external sensor.
I wish to implement a smart garden and hence I want to soil moisture sensor to be connected to 'MXCHIP AZ3166 IOT DevKit'. Is it possible? Can information from my soil moisture sensor be send to IOT Hub?
I'm doing the Microsoft iot-devkit tutorial with the MXChip az3166. Specifically I'm doing the translate tutorial that comes included in Visual Studio Code for the MXChip az3166.
I've tried doing the whole tutorial twice from scratch and everytime I think i'm done, I go to test the result. When I press the B button to record it says "processing" then "uploading" then it returns a message "Sorry, I can't hear you" If I try pressing the B button again it gets stuck on the screen: "Release to send. max duration 1.5 sec".
Hi, I'm desperately trying to get my iot-devkit to work on my windows 10 laptop but no luck. My last hope is that someone in here could give me a hint what I'm doing wrong :) . I'm using this tutorial: https://microsoft.github.io/azure-iot-developer-kit/docs/get-started/ and I'm stuck at step 5 - the serial port. When I'm loading the GetStarted example I get just "No serial port is available" and <Select Serial Port> doesn't show any ports but when I'm loading the MXChip IoT DevKit samples VoiceRecord - I can see the port "COM1" but when I click it it says "No serial port is available". I don't get what's wrong in my setup.
I've tried to find out which versions of visual studio code, extension versions, Arduino IDE and the ST-link drivers I should use, since it seems to be some issues using different versions together. I started off with all latest versions in the setup and it didn't work either.
I'm using the following setup right now:
Windows 10 Home 18362.535
VISUAL STUDIO CODE:
Version: 1.40.2 (system setup)
OS: Windows_NT x64 10.0.18362
downloaded the en.stsw-link009 file
someone help me pls... I really want this to work :)