jazzler wrote:Did your Pi Boot up with the new SD Image? is it connected to your network? and is the phone connected to your wifi? If so, try restarting your phone to clear any DNS caching in case its picked up an old IP address.
if its still not working open your web browser on your phone and go to http://raspberrypi/gpio.php you should see the relays listed and their current status (0=off 1=on).
Please let me know the results..
Hi - Okay, so it looks like the Pi side of things is working, it also looks like you have turned on relays 2,3,7 and 8 looking at your output.Realitymark1 wrote: hello so i check my wiring everyrhing is connected properly, when i go to the raspberrypi/gpio.php
i get :
No problem, let us know how you get on...pocepi wrote:Ok, many thanks again.
By the way, I'm using a 2A power supply as well, on a Pi model B+, but I will disconnect the Pi-camera while using the relay module, as I don't need it for this project and it uses some power too.
jazzler wrote:Hi - Okay, so it looks like the Pi side of things is working, it also looks like you have turned on relays 2,3,7 and 8 looking at your output.Realitymark1 wrote: hello so i check my wiring everyrhing is connected properly, when i go to the raspberrypi/gpio.php
i get :
Also, i really need to know if you followed the manual install, or the SD card image. If you did the manual install then try the SD card image as this has been confirmed as working to me on 5 Pi's already.
If you did the install manually, did you type out the php file contents manually or copy and paste from my site? it needs to be exact for the app to read the settings, i.e. : instead of ; and the spacing needs to match my example exactly, which it doesn't in the above you posted.
I'm leaving on business now until the end of the week, so may not be able to reply again until then if you are still having trouble. But I am be keen to know and help you get it working
Ok sounds like you are all set to go then.Realitymark1 wrote: i used your disk image.... so i gues now its only to connect the right jumper wire to the right gpio on the pi and everything should be working
Hello again, have you seen this Pin diagram? It shows you what pin does what on the Pi2 Model BRealitymark1 wrote:im a big pain in the but i totally agree... but im having a hard time with the gpio pins, i think im at the point where i need instructions like... cable 1: second pin on the right....
other wise i dont see my project getting built here !
pplease anyone ! and thank you
Hi David, can you tell me exactly how to wire everything up, because i dont understand. Thanksdavid-framboise wrote:hi Jazzler,
thanks a lot for this app, it's very plugandplay !!
I'd like to modify a code : how to add a timer on the output ?
For example : an output become on, during 30s, and at the end this output will be off.
thanks for your answer.