So sharing the lipo output from the charger board with the battery and with the input to the Edison?
I'm not sure how the charger would handle that. The chargers have different modes depending on how flat the battery is (constant voltage and constant current and some other stuff I'm not sure I fully understand). If the Edison is drawing from the same connector as the battery input I'm not sure what'd happen to the detection process
it must be w fairly common use case though
You might need a specific pass through charger or something though
Right now I am using our Edison's OTG cable to charge the Lipo battery connect via J2. Twice we've had data corruption when plugging in the charger. If I install a charger, like this (https://www.adafruit.com/products/1904), will it prevent this from occuring?
hey guys, my openAPS just died. The 522 pump I swapped for got a BUTTON ERROR and Medtronic won’t troubleshoot it and won’t trade it. I’m so disgusted with them. They have thousands of those sitting around and they just won’t help me.
@oskarpearson Excellent. :) Trying to coordinate a work trip (office in London) on top of vacation, but want to make time to see folks. And yes, @cjo20 and anyone else - please tag and I may also reach out to the Raspberry Pi folks, who expressed interested in a meetup too.
How is the Animas and OnmiPod work going? Was just thinking that i am sitting on a new pump approval from insurance since my 723 is out of warranty. Wondering if i should start looking at new toys to be the backup for my trusty 722 :)
@oskarpearson lol I know... I have a note from my doctor stating I need to carry an artificial pancreas device, but it isn't specific about the fact that the device is a bunch of soldered-together chips in an amateur-looking case with all kinds of flashing lights and a battery. :) :) I may just take it apart and put it in checked luggage....
If I remember correctly…no. Because the regulations over there say "beverage" or something. The US TSA lets you take ice through because it's a solid rather than a liquid. Whichever airport we were in (Lisbon I think?) was not impressed with @scottleibrand's scientific based argument.