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Projects / Honda motorcycle OBD/k-line interface gear indicator
« Last post by chris on April 03, 2017, 23:53:37 »
I'm building a gear indicator and information display for my CBR500R. It uses an Arduino Pro Mini, Nokia 5110 display, and hooks in to the Honda diagnostic connector under the seat. Protocol is a custom OBD k-line format. Here is some useful information on the protocol used.

The first version I created used 2N7000 MOSFET's for the serial interface and it worked fine on a breadboard. However, before I could build the final physical version I received some LIN transceivers that should simplify the circuit considerably. I'm working on a new version of the hardware design now.
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Projects / Re: Easily build simonk firmware on Windows
« Last post by fantasy on March 19, 2016, 15:59:57 »
Hi chris

LONG TIME SEE YOU

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Projects / Re: Skyartec TX module for the 9x
« Last post by SnappaGuy on October 22, 2014, 06:30:23 »
Would you be interested in constucting a SkyArtec module for my 9x ... naturally you would be handsomely rewarded ;)

If you want, I will sell you my module plus my Wasp 100 heli for $75 or the equivalent in bitcoin (no fees with btc).

Hi Chris, I'll take it ... can you post to AU?

Regards.
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Projects / Re: Skyartec TX module for the 9x
« Last post by SnappaGuy on September 23, 2014, 11:25:12 »
Hey There,

I'm interested, I'm in AU ... can you post it?

Regards.
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Projects / Re: Skyartec TX module for the 9x
« Last post by chris on September 09, 2014, 11:43:07 »
Would you be interested in constucting a SkyArtec module for my 9x ... naturally you would be handsomely rewarded ;)

If you want, I will sell you my module plus my Wasp 100 heli for $75 or the equivalent in bitcoin (no fees with btc).
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Projects / Re: DEVO TX module for the 9x
« Last post by chris on September 09, 2014, 11:38:37 »
I have never built Deviation myself so I'm not sure how to do it either. :( It's probably not very difficult if you can find some instructions. I was looking here: https://bitbucket.org/PhracturedBlue/deviation
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Projects / Re: Skyartec TX module for the 9x
« Last post by SnappaGuy on September 07, 2014, 23:57:46 »
Hello Chris,

Would you be interested in constucting a SkyArtec module for my 9x ... naturally you would be handsomely rewarded ;)


Regards ... Michael.
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Projects / Re: DEVO TX module for the 9x
« Last post by anthony on September 07, 2014, 15:56:22 »
 :'(  i only have devo7 not devo 7e

devo 7 not supported firmware from deviation. unlucky

i only need file hex or bin to load program for STM32
but i tried , still can't understand.  i create thread there but nobody care to my questions , not reply
 :-[

http://www.deviationtx.com/forum/7-development/3507-diy-devo-7e
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Projects / Re: DEVO TX module for the 9x
« Last post by chris on September 07, 2014, 12:55:22 »
i real want to make a tx devo 7e because i like suporting protocols from deviation.

i read in deviation how build a program for ARM on windows and Linux .But i real don't understand whats they write .

So ,i hope you  explain simple to i can make them .I bought all component to make it .STM32,Eprom,Lcd ......

Unfortunately I don't have any experience with STM or even deviation really. It looks like the 7e is supported by Deviation. Do you have a 7e radio?
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Projects / Re: DEVO TX module for the 9x
« Last post by anthony on September 07, 2014, 01:09:50 »
hello  Chris  :)

i real want to make a tx devo 7e because i like suporting protocols from deviation.

i read in deviation how build a program for ARM on windows and Linux .But i real don't understand whats they write .

So ,i hope you  explain simple to i can make them .I bought all component to make it .STM32,Eprom,Lcd ......
i put thread on Deviation but nobody care.
plz help me .thank you very much



There are multiple targets available for building the Deviation firmware:

devo8:  This is the default target for the Walkera Devention 'DEVO8' transmitter
        It requires the gnu arm toolchain including gcc, and newlib
        To build, use:
           make

emu_devo8: This will build on the native platform (no cross-compiler needed)
           The main purpose of this target is to facilitate GUI development.
           This target requires FLTK to be installed.  See below for
           installing build enviornments
           For Linux:
             make TARGET=emu_devo8
           For Windows:
             make TARGET=emu_devo8 WINDOWS=1
           Cross-compile for Windows on Linux:
             make TARGET=emu_devo8 WINDOWS=1 CROSS=i586-mingw32msvc-

the default target is 'devo8'

Installing the build environment:

#################################
    Only the official embedded-arm build system is supported now
    Get the most recent release from here:
    https://launchpad.net/gcc-arm-embedded
    Current build version: gcc-arm-none-eabi-4_8-2013q4-20131204
#################################

Building for ARM (on Linux):
    1) download and install the precompiled linux compiler from here:
       https://launchpad.net/gcc-arm-embedded
    2) Add path to 'bin' directory to your PATH
Building for ARM (on Windows):
    Install the arm toolchain:
    1) download and install the precompiled windows compiler from here:
       https://launchpad.net/gcc-arm-embedded
    1a) add path to 'bin' directory to your PATH (I like to put this into ~/.profile
        so it is there each time I start msys)
        export PATH=/mingw/stm32/bin:$PATH
    2) ensure python is installed.  If not install it from here:
       http://www.python.org/download/releases/2.7.3/
    2a) Add python to your msys path:
       export PATH="/c/<path to python>":$PATH
       (e.g. export PATH="/c/Program Files/Python27":$PATH)
#################################

#################################
Builing the Windows binary on Linux
    Install fltk:
           apt-get install mingw32 mingw32-binutils mingw32-runtime
           <Download and unpack fltk source code>
           ./configure --disable-largefile --enable-localjpeg \
                       --enable-localzlib --enable-localpng \
                       --disable-gl --host=i586-mingw32msvc \
                       --prefix=/opt/fltk-w32
           make
           sudo make install
    Install portaudio:
           <Download and unpack portaudio source code>
           ./configure --prefix=/opt/portaudio-w32
           make
           sudo make install
#################################

#################################
Building the Windows binary on Windows
#################################
    Install MingW:
    * Download the mingw installer from here: sourceforge.net/projects/mingw/files/Ins...0120426.exe/download
    * Run the installer, and select 'C++', 'MSYS' and the 'Developer Toolkit'

    Install fltk:
    * Download fltk from here: http://fltk.org/software.php?VERSION=1.3.0&FILE=fltk/1.3.0/fltk-1.3.0-source.tar.gz
    * Start msys (you should have an icon, but otherwise run C:\MingW\msys\1.0\msys.bat
    * mkdir src
    * cd src
    * Untar fltk: tar -xzf <path to fltk download> (you can get to your C: drive in mingw using /c/Users/<user>/Downloads for example)
    * cd fltk-1.3.0
    * ./configure
    * make
    * make install

    Install portaudio:
    * Download portaudio from here: http://www.portaudio.com/archives/pa_stable_v19_20111121.tgz
    * Start msys (you should have an icon, but otherwise run C:\MingW\msys\1.0\msys.bat
    * cd src
    * Untar portaudio: tar -xzf <path to portaudio download> (you can get to your C: drive in mingw using /c/Users/<user>/Downloads for example)
    * cd portaudio
    * ./configure
    * make
    * make install

    Install Deviation:
    * Download the source code for deviation. You'll need mercurial to keep track of changes (which will require installing python), but you can manually download a zip of the source from bitbucket.org/PhracturedBlue/deviation
    * cd ~/src
    * cp -pf <path to deviation src code> deviation
    * cd deviation/src
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