lls1-testplatform-code was updated and should now be ready for testing the prototype.
Since ampy occasionally crashes, i decided against using it and incorporate the MicroPython scripts into the firmware itself instead.
The assembly is in progress and it should arrive in the 1st week of November if everything goes well with shipping...
The MicroPython scripts development will start as soon as the prototype arrives.
there will be two MicroPython firmwares:
- testing device functionality
- connects to WiFi, gets current time and saves it to the RTC
- sets an RTC alarm
- sets voltages to 3 V and 2 V
- prints TEST_OK if everything went well
- prints TEST_FAIL if something went wrong
the RTC alarm will be read by the Raspberry Pi
the voltages will be verified by the Raspberry Pi
- contains all necessary drivers
- opens a WiFi AP
- starts a WebREPL
- starts a main loop printing some device info