Inside the Bosch Intuvia display there is a small backup battery that supply it when the main battery is turned off or when the display is removed from the bike. It could happend that your Bosch Intuvia disply get over-discharged.
The symptoms of this problem are:
- you can’t start your bike from the display but if you start if form the push-botton on the main battery the bike works fine
- you lost the clock each time you turn off the bike
To solve this problem is necessary to replace the small 240 mAh LiPo backup battery inside the display.
I can do the work for you if you are not confident whit this kind of works. Leave a comment and I will contact you.
I’m working on a new project, a low power foto-webcam. The idea come from http://www.foto-webcam.eu website, they are installing this systems in remote area from many years. However, they use to leave the system always turned on, instead I want to turn the system ON only when the camera have to take the picture.
I’m doing this with a STM32L0 evaluation board and a Mosfet to turn the system ON/OFF.
I will write further details and post my script.
OpenWrt Wireless in station mode
config wifi-device radio0 option type mac80211 option channel 11 option macaddr xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx option hwmode 11g option htmode HT20 option disabled 0 config wifi-iface option device radio0 option network lan option mode sta option encryption psk2 option ssid blabla option key blablabla
basic capture script
#!/bin/sh echo $(date +%F_%T) "Start myCapture.sh script" gphoto2 --auto-detect cd /tmp while ! ping -q -c 1 -W 1 188.8.131.52 >/dev/null; do echo $(date +%F_%T) "wait for connection" done echo $(date +%F_%T) "internet connection ready" echo $(date +%F_%T) "take photo with gphoto" gphoto2 --set-config capture="1" --set-config imagesize="2" --set-config imagequality="0" --set-config zoom="7" --set-config meteringmode="0" --set-config focusingpoint="0" --force-overwrite --capture-image-and-download --filename "image.jpg" curl -T image.jpg ftp.bla.bla --user bla:bla echo $(date +%F_%T) "upload to archive" now=$(date "+%Y%m%d%H%M") month=$(date "+%m") year=$(date "+%Y") mv image.jpg $now.jpg curl -T $now.jpg ftp.bla.bla/archive/$year/$month/ --user bla:bla --ftp-create-dirs rm $now.jpg echo $(date +%F_%T) "end myCapture.sh script"
Now the script move the picture on the /years/month directory and automatically create the new directory each month.
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