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#41 Pioniere719

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Posted 11 August 2016 - 02:17

.... and then became too lazy.  :icon_e_biggrin:

 

I should wear a t-shirt that says this! :P


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#42 raker

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Posted 11 August 2016 - 08:29

Nice!

 

@that protoboard

It's the same. Easy to cut. Just had to drill the holes a bit to fit the pins...

 

@Maybe all 9250s are labeled that way

Probably was a mistake...

 

 

@ confusing my mother tongue

Don't worry. I still mix portuguese and english after so many years..

 

@Radio controlled planes

Ah yes. He posted some pics on our J2 forum

 

@the wife bank....

Well, I earn the cash and she controls the spending.. lol

 

 

 

 


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#43 Dr_Romeo_Chair

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Posted 12 August 2016 - 02:50

@OP

Did you watch brumsters tutorial on how to set up/calibrate the EDTracker?  I mean this one: 

Do not use the windows calibration!!

 

Yes, of course I went through the EDTracker calibration multiple times (and corresponded heavily with Brumster on the problem). My 9250 EDTracker works fine.

 

As I said before, trying to connect *any* Joystick to head-turning in RoF is broken, at least for me. The values show  up as NaN, so it's  nothing to do with EDTracker. I also played with Opentrack a bit and had some limited success, but eventually got tired of screwing around with it.

 

Glad somebody got it working!


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#44 Pioniere719

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Posted 15 August 2016 - 16:52

Alright, the pro micro, 9255, and proto-board have been ordered from China. That'll be at (the very) least a two or three week wait, which is fine with me.

 

Just to make sure, the cable is a USB micro, which is similar to what we'd use to charge a mobile phone, correct? If that is the case, I've got a spare one lying around.

 

I'll scout out some sort of enclosure here in the meantime. All I'll have left after that is to find a blue ribbon like raker has, and I'll be good to go.  :icon_lol:

 

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#45 Red_Bommel

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Posted 15 August 2016 - 17:44

Just to make sure, the cable is a USB micro, which is similar to what we'd use to charge a mobile phone, correct? If that is the case, I've got a spare one lying around.

 

Yes it such cable, but there a two version of it.

One version does only charge the mobile, the other one also is able to send data. You need the second version!

And yes USB <-> Micro USB Plugs. 


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#46 Pioniere719

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Posted 15 August 2016 - 18:51

Thanks Red_Bommel! My spare cable is the second version. I tested it by connecting my phone to the PC, and was able to read the data through Windows. So scratch one thing off the "to-do" list.

 

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#47 raker

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Posted 04 October 2016 - 02:56

Ola Pioniere,

 

Check these jpg's.

 

Mine is like bartybees2.jpg on the left.

 

The arduino board is soldered to the breadboard since I used that that I'd used for the 6050. But the MPU board is just plugged into the breadboard and the wires soldered to the mpu. See the images above on page 1.

 

I added a bartybees3.jpg. This would give a more practical view of the connections.

 

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#48 raker

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Posted 10 October 2016 - 14:37

My new setup

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#49 Pioniere719

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Posted 10 October 2016 - 14:47

Ola Meister!

 

This has come a long way! You've got your own pit now. Nice job!

 

How do the pedals feel? Smooth? Stiff? Have you tested it all in action yet?

 

S!


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