Hi Valentin,

The hardware of Pi433 is working with every Raspberry Pi (on zero, you
need to solder the GPIO-pins) and with several other fruits like banana
pi. The only thing is, that you need different versions of the driver,
according to the processor, mounted on your fruit.

If you'd like to test more then ther is no hang up or crash, you will
need a second party. You could use a 433MHz socket for testing TX or a
433 thermometer for testing RX. An example code for communication with a
socket is available on the Pi433 productpage (www.pi433.de). The sample
for the thermometer isn't published yet (as always lack of time).

If you want to test more deeply (using different features of the Rf69
chip or even do some long time testing, you have more options, if you
use to Pis with Pi433.

Just let me know, what you'd like to do and what equipment, you need.



Am 25.03.2018 um 16:24 schrieb Valentin Vidic:
> On Sun, Mar 25, 2018 at 03:12:52PM +0200, Marcus Wolf wrote:
>> I am not at home the next two weeks. So I can do a codereading on
>> Easter, but testing will not take place earlier then mid/end of April :-(
>> If you are interested, I can provide you an engineering sample of Pi433.
> Sure, let me know which version of Rpi it supports and if I need two
> to test communication.

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