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[size=large]I am gradually getting my Weatherduino system up and running, it comprises a PRO2 TX PCB v 2.50, PRO2 RX+ v4.03 and a WD 4PRO v1.30Rev_A[/size]

[size=large]The TX pcb is working fine, the RX PCB is successfully receiving data ok, but I cant get the WD display unit to receive any data, it connects to the wifi ok and the inside t[color=#1f497d]e[/color]mp is ok.[/size]
[size=large]I have hacked the code on the WD and the receiver module is picking up the data from the TX unit ok, so the WD hardware is fine.[/size]
[size=large]I have tested the TX module from the RX PCB in a breadboard with test code & it works fine.[/size]
[size=large]I am left with the conclusion that the RX code must not be sending data for some reason.[/size]

[size=large]I have copied the relevant config code from the RX & WD code below, any ideas of what could be wrong? Have I missed anything in the config/[/size]





[color=black]Config settings from RX code[/color]
[color=black]// --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------[/color]
[color=black]//   Enable / Disable Relay Data to Wireless Display Units  (Don't enable without an antenna attached to RF output)[/color]
[color=black]// --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------[/color]
[color=black]#define Relay_Data       1   // 0= Disable, 1= Enable[/color]

[color=black]// --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------[/color]
[color=black]//   Define ID's for this weather station[/color]
[color=black]// --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------[/color]
[color=black]#define Station_ID     0xA1   // Station_ID, use the same value in all TX units[/color]
[color=black]#define Relay_ID       0xA3   // Relay_ID,   use the same value in all WD units[/color]

[color=black]Config settings from WD code[/color]

[color=black]// --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------[/color]
[color=black]//   Define how unit will receive data. By RF or WiFi[/color]
[color=black]// --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------[/color]
[color=black]#define RX_MODE 0             // 0= Receive data by RF, 1= Receive by WiFi[/color]

[color=black]// --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------[/color]
[color=black]//   Define the ID for the Wireless Display Unit[/color]
[color=black]//   Relay_ID should be equal to the value set in your Main RX software[/color]
[color=black]// --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------[/color]
[color=black]const byte Relay_ID = 0xA3;[/color]
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#3
Yup, thats it!

Sorted now thanks.
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