Example sketches for the new Arduino IDE for ESP8266

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By jbarros
#67280 Hi all,

Let me start by saying great work all!

I have a ducted PEAD-RP71EA and found the CN105/CN92 connector.
I tried most of the code on github with an arduino and the python code on my Mac and for the life of me I can't see any response coming from the board!
I checked all the pins with a multimeter and I got:
1- 12v (ish)
2- ground
3- 6.3v
4- 3.4v
5- 6.2v
Any hints for a basic test to see if my CN105 works/board is responding?

PS: I'm using a Seeedstudio Grove connector, it's only 4 pins but the 2mm size fits the bill
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By jbarros
#67294 Just an update: I discovered that boards that don't have CN105, it can be created with a PAC-IT51AD-E or PAC-IT52AD-E, from a CN100 + CN51|CN52 respectively
Example cables, do notice the resistor pullups on the photos:
http://meus1.mylinkdrive.com/files/PAC-IT51AD-E_Submittal.pdf
http://www.mitsubishi-electric.ca/en/hvac/PDF/city_multi/CM_SB/PAC-IT52-51AD-E_SB.pdf
Example reference on page 18 with diagram:
https://planetaklimata.com.ua/instr/Mitsubishi_Electric/Mitsubishi_Electric_PKFY-P_VKM-E_Service_Manual_Eng.pdf

So I tried using the pins from CN100 and using the python script the response to connect was always 8x 254(FE)
Is this the expected response to a bad command sent to the unit?