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Module placement and dead nodes

Guest Kuuno


Guest Kuuno

As there have been many problems with modules showing up as dead nodes i thought of doing this topic. i would like to get more understanding about these cases as i have not had one dead node in almost 1 year of usage.

so who has problems please do a small write up here of how many modules and please draw a schematic describing rooms and placement

hope you can take couple of minutes for that:) because in the end everyone benefits


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Great idea.... I have also only experienced dead nodes when there is no power supply to the device.

There are only limited products available on my frequency (921.42) so I don't have the opportunity to test as many, but I would like to also help where I can

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