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  • Reverse Engineering of HobbyKing ESC Programming Card almost 3 years ago

    sorry Andrew but i don't use hackster very often. Anyway i wrote "It will work with every Arduino board like as nano, micro , due, ecc" so yes it will work both on nano and on esp8266

  • DIY Logic Analyzer almost 3 years ago

    Hi sean, sorry but i don't use hackster very often, the changes you want to do are possibles but require a lot of work, really a lot, you may be better looking at other alternatives. Anyway if you really want you I can help you, you can open an issue on github and we will talk there

  • DIY Logic Analyzer over 3 years ago

    Hi jeremy, sorry i missed this comment 😔
    Try to decrease the number of samples in the arduino sketch, this should do the work
    Also try to chech with a voltmeter the ic that you are testing!

  • DIY Logic Analyzer over 3 years ago

    connect the ground together then the pin 8 -13 from the arduino to the ic you want to analyze

  • DIY Logic Analyzer over 3 years ago

    sancho, i just send you a private messages here on hackster!

  • DIY Logic Analyzer over 3 years ago

    Sancho,
    The improvements you have made seems wonderful :D
    Unfortunately i won t be able to test the code until the end of the next week. But then I will be more then happy to add you as a co-author 😃

  • DIY Logic Analyzer over 3 years ago

    hi Peter,

    this works with 6 lines, you could add two more lines but it will need a lot of work both on processing and on arduino, honestly i doesn't suggest it

    cheers,
    Vincenzo

  • Sensor Fusion Algorithms - Made Simple almost 4 years ago

    dumb me, i completely forgot that i added that board at the end of this tutorial, sorry!
    the gps is connected to the serial2 ( PA2-TX, PA3-RX), the imu to the SPI2 ( CS PB12, SCK PB13, MISO PB14, MOSI PB15) and the sd card to SPI1 (CS PA4, SCK PA5, MISO PA6, MOSI PA7)

  • Sensor Fusion Algorithms - Made Simple almost 4 years ago
  • DIY Thrust Station almost 4 years ago

    Hi urkaim, if you want to build a simpler version you could just use the hx711 and one 5kg load cell, the thrust of the motor is the most important of the readings from this project

  • DIY Logic Analyzer almost 4 years ago

    I'm happy you found it easy to use and useful :D

  • Reverse Engineering of HobbyKing ESC Programming Card over 4 years ago

    Great! Keep me informed about your progress and if you need any help PM me :D

  • Reverse Engineering of HobbyKing ESC Programming Card over 4 years ago

    check your inbox :D

  • DIY Logic Analyzer over 4 years ago

    Great Christ! I am happy you managed to hack it 😃😃
    Simplest things are the best 😎

  • DIY Logic Analyzer over 4 years ago

    Hey Chis I am happy to hear that you are finding it useful 😃 i never used csv or txt so i m not the best person to help you and now i am working on other projects...  Anyway i suggest you to add on line 371-372 two new array and populate them, something like: 
    mynewarray1[event] = int (list[0]);
     Mynewarray2[event] = float (list[1]);
    Then you should be able to create the text file using the data from this two array
    Tell me how do you do! (i am from the mobile phone sorry for the bad text formatting)

  • DIY Logic Analyzer over 4 years ago

    I will add it in the next release ;) i hope you will find the logic analyser useful ☺️

  • DIY Logic Analyzer over 4 years ago

    You are welcome Chris :D if you want leave a respect for the project and follow my profile! 

  • DIY Logic Analyzer over 4 years ago

    Hey Chris! check again the github repo and tell me if it is working now
    the simplest things are where you should start looking, the baudrate between the arduino and processing wasn't the same :D

  • DIY Logic Analyzer over 4 years ago

    Hi Chris,
    Your setup in processing seems correct. Are you sure that your arduino UNO is connected to COM5? Check it from the arduino ide, you should see where it is connected when you try to upload the sketch

  • DIY Logic Analyzer over 4 years ago

    Hi Ryan,
    Thanks for your compliments, It would be something good to write it to talk the SUMP protocol about compatibility, but it would be less fast. I wrote it in the first time (on AVR), when i didn t know nothing about the SUMP protocol, to have it faster than possible, and now i think it is very difficult to make the loop smaller.
    Cheers!
    Il mercoledì 10 maggio 2017, Hackster.io help@hackster.io ha scritto:

  • DIY Logic Analyzer almost 5 years ago

    you did very well to wrote it Patrick! i was a little bit selfish and i wrote the serial port that i was using in my windows.
    in a few weeks i will add a veeeery interesting feature to this project (while i correct the error you spotted) so come back soon!

  • Reverse Engineering of HobbyKing ESC Programming Card about 5 years ago

    good to see you again Luke!
    i bought the programming card that you can see in the cover picture and with an arduino, after a few test to find the correct baud rate (that is 4800), i received the data from which i made the .txt file, from it i created the table. I am sending you the sketch that i made to create the .txt :D

  • DIY Logic Analyzer about 5 years ago

    Merry Christmas Luke! Yes the pc code works very well with Windows (i wrote it using windows10). Do you have processing? I suggest you to instal it, than copy the .pde code and create your exe file

  • Reverse Engineering of HobbyKing ESC Programming Card about 5 years ago

    nope , line 4 read:
    SoftwareSerial programmer (6, 9); // RX, TX
    the define is something incredible useful in C++. it is a kind of variable that don't waste memory because it s replaced by the compiler before uploading the program to the microcontroller

    about the software serial read this:
    https://www.arduino.cc/en/Reference/SoftwareSerial
    then read the examples of the library, you will understand why it's so important when you will buy something that need to "talk" with your arduino, for example a bluetooth module

    Hope it helps!

  • Reverse Engineering of HobbyKing ESC Programming Card about 5 years ago

    Hi Ali, i just took the picture from internet i didn t made it. You can attach the esc to every pin you wish (eccept for 0 and 1). I changed the code to avoid any misunderstanding and now the sketch use pin 9 as the image.
    The softwareSerial create a new serial port because arduino uno have only one on pin (0 and 1)
    If you have any question ask me!

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