ich habe das Projekt bei mir einmal ausprobiert, da ich es sehr spannend finde.
Im Prinzip funktioniert es auch, aber der Raspi W hängt sich sehr schnell auf.
Chromium startet viele Instanzen und dadurch hängt sich der PI auf. Meistens funktioniert somit nur ein Durchlauf je Neustart.
Hat jemand eine Idee woran dies liegen kann? Die MagicMirror Installation liegt schon auf einem anderen Pi (bzw. es wird nur eine Website von einem Rapsi 4 mit iobroker VIS aufgerufen), aber das solle ja nicht das Problem darstellen.
HI, I’ve got a PI 3B and want to add some light pipes to reveal the PCB LEDs on the frame of my MM. Has anyone successfully done this? The pipes and the external end are easy enough but I can’t work out what I need to sit on / connect to the pcb.
@earnestrichards said in Disassembly a Dell U2715H:
I had the same question when I started work on my ‘mirror’ earlier this summer. I had purchased a HP monitor and found a link for 3rd party recyclers to properly disassemble and recycle the various monitor parts.
I used the same search term (except Dell not HP) and found this:
Dell Monitor Disassembly
Thank you, 24h after my second email I got a perfect disassembly instruction. Unfortunately, the pdf is to big to upload it here.
@videogame95 - I normally put a travel power strip inside the frame for the mirror. I’ve since started adding external switches that cut the power to the power strip, but you can get by with just using the power strip’s plug.
Once you have the power strip in the frame, you can plug in the 3.1 amp adapter into the strip, along with the monitor, LED supply or whatever else you have back there. With some careful shopping, you might find a strip with a USB C plug built into it.
@bumrocks general rules
the thing on the left of : does not need quotes
if the thing to the right of : is a number or true/false, also does not need quotes
if the thing to the right of : has letters in it, then it needs quotes, either kind are ok, but must be the same
yes, if the monitor/tv has the ugly no signal/connection, then u want to use hide
Yes, the CN201 supplies the power for the whole LCD. It only has 40V DC, but I’m still careful.
The two black cables are 40V and the white ones are ground.
As I stated before the same happens when I just pull it: the screen turns black and won’t come on again when I put it back in.
The motion sensor seems to be digital but I already tried to replace it without success. The connector C501 in the second picture of my last post is the connection between the control buttons including the motion sensor and the mainboard.
It seems that the first wire labeled as “+3.3V_M” is the power for the motion sensor but I couldn’t get it to work nevertheless. Also, the signal is processed by the main board I guess and as the minimum delay is 5 minutes, this isn’t an option for me anyways.
It seems like I have to live with seeing the OSD sometimes until I decide to swap out the monitor but that won’t happen in the near future.
Anyways, thank you very much for your replies and your time.
If anybody else has an idea or a solution, I’m still happy to try it out.
@lxne said in Hardware Compatibility Question: Using the Grove Adjustable PIR Sensor & ReSpeaker Pi HAT in the Same Build?:
My MM hardware:
Raspberry Pi 3b+
Respeaker 2-Mics Hat
Grove PIR Motion Sensor (connected to Respeaker GP12 SENSOR_PIN=12)
Grove Gesture Sensor (PAJ7620u2) connected to Respeaker I2C-Input
Works for me.
how are you using the gesture sensor? have you it behind glass/2 way mirror/plastic ?
@banbutcher said in Running MM simultaneously with Home Assistant and Pihole on one Pi:
any luck with any progress?
euh… it’s just a Pi not an PC …configuration needed a lot of Ram … so min a RPI4 4Gb is needed
personnaly, I execute Pihole in separate pi (RPI3B+) and Mirror with RPI4 2Gb
But never I will use it in the same RPI
Hi @MichMich Thank you very much for this project. i am following this for many years and finally got some time to get my hands on this.
for a start i would like to start with smaller mirror but i am having difficulties getting it here in Netherlands (near Leiden). All the shops online are quite expensive. can you please tell me from where you got your mirror ?
I used this guide to setup calibration:
Also, despite the manufacturer saying only supports 1 point on Linux, I definitely see multi-point, tried with six fingers using this site: