SmartMark last edited by
Hi to all,
i'm absolutely newbie at this forum. Today i have installed MyController on Raspi for my first time - easy and works great
Then i started to connect my NodeMCU & DHT22 to MyController. At this point no chance to understand how MyController works ... is there anywhere a userfriendly documentation to understand Gateway / Node / Ssonsor and how it works togehter? For e.g. when i install a Node (my fine working NodeMCU) i don't know what EUI is ...
So it looks now:
My ESP8266 is configured with ESP Easy Tool and works (show humidty and temp). On ESP i choosed Openhab MQTT.
Hope someone can help or have any idea.
Thanks in advance
jkandasa last edited by
@SmartMark Welcome to MyController community!!
What type of library are you using in your sketch(Node)? can you post your node sketch?
Node EUI is like node ID.
SmartMark last edited by jkandasa
@jkandasa Hi, thanks for your quick answer! Ihave uploaded on my Test-ESP8266 a firmware which comes with ESP Easy Mega Tool, because it's very easy to handle it. So i have no special firmware uploaded through Arduino IDE (this what you meant?).
Today i found on the serverlog this interesting entry (many of them):
2019-02-04 15:11:46,100 ERROR [Thread-6] [org.mycontroller.standalone.provider.mc.McProviderBridge:64] Unable to process this rawMessage:RawMessage(gatewayId=1, data=13.90, subData=out_esp, isTxMessage=false, networkType=MY_CONTROLLER, timestamp=1549289506089) org.mycontroller.standalone.message.RawMessageException: Unknown message format, Topic:out_esp, Payload:13.90 at org.mycontroller.standalone.provider.mc.McpRawMessage.updateMQTTMessage(McpRawMessage.java:97) at org.mycontroller.standalone.provider.mc.McpRawMessage.<init>(McpRawMessage.java:64) at org.mycontroller.standalone.provider.mc.McProviderBridge.executeRawMessage(McProviderBridge.java:58) at org.mycontroller.standalone.message.McMessageUtils.sendToProviderBridge(McMessageUtils.java:577) at org.mycontroller.standalone.message.MessageMonitorThread.processRawMessage(MessageMonitorThread.java:107) at org.mycontroller.standalone.message.MessageMonitorThread.run(MessageMonitorThread.java:182) at java.lang.Thread.run(Thread.java:745)
Looks like that humidty value was sent from ESP but the message format seems to be wrong ....
jkandasa last edited by
@SmartMark MyController supports only for the following libraries,