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Upon restarting, the icon for the T6config app (image 11) looked the obvious thing to try, and plugging in the USB lead installed the USB to UART Bridge driver (or completed it anyway) - all looking very promising so far... but getting the plug in the back of the transmitter was an absolute pig - there's absolutely no tolerance for even a tiny error in rotation, though some might call that "positive location" ...
I also have a Radiolink AT9, got the proper drivers for Windows 10, but doesn't seem to be working at all in Freerunner, any advice on how to get that setup as I would rather use my AT9 than an XBOX controller...Thanks
I have some old 4 channel controller connected via (again, old) ATMega64-based USB "dongle" (really, it is embedded into controller case, so not exactly dongle). It shows at Windows as standard joystick (without any 3rd party drivers), but with unusual channel mapping (I don't know why): Throttle (left hand, vertical) is "X Axis", Yaw (left hand, horizontal) is "Rudder", Pitch (right hand, vertical) is "Y Axis" and Roll (right hand, horizontal) is "Throttle" according to windows standard "Game controller properties / Test".
The modular design includes the plug in stepper drivers and extruder control electronics on an Arduino MEGA shield for easy service, part replacement, upgrade-ability, and expansion. Additionally, a number of Arduino expansion boards can be added to the system as long as the main RAMPS board is kept to the top of the stack.
This expansion board as a driver expansion board, can be used for engraving machines, 3D printers, CNC. It is a total of four slots, can drive four A4988 stepper motor. Each road stepper motors only need two IO ports. In other words, six IO ports can be well managed three stepper motors.
The shield contains two L293D motor drivers and one 74HC595 shift register. The shift register expands 3 pins of the Arduino to 8 pins to control the direction of the motor drivers. The output enables the L293D is directly connected to PWM outputs of the Arduino.
hi,could you do a tutorial how to send data control from esp32 and use flysky receiver decode data to control drone / car ?so I would like to use home wifi instead of flysky, or use flysky and esp32 to send data to flysky ?thanks 2b1af7f3a8