The App for RC Touch is available now on App Store, here is the link
And here is the resource code
It already has more than 100 users and here is a customized adapter made by a hobbyist who use our app
Any information or link to connecting a micro to that transmitter module?
If the sensors of iphone could be taken advantage, that would be great. I wonder if we can use this setup to be a FPV headtracker.
Is this similar to the iPhly that came out a while ago?
Yes, we adapt this from iPhly
Please post the connection diagram.
@Jason, @Max, I believe the wiring would be quite simple. You just need to power the module (Futaba or JR) and send PPM to it's PPM IN. E.g: an FRSky JR module has the following pinout (from top to bottom): PPM IN, N/C, VCC, N/C, GND.
What iPhly originally does is getting the audio from iPhone and using an operational amp chip for outputting a clean digital pulse trail from this amplitude modulated audio. If it were a microprocessor generated PPM signal you wouldn't need any fancy stuff like that. There is just a tricky part easy to deal though: Futaba and some others expect an inverted PPM pulse.
I think it's simple like that. I hope I'm not missing something else. =)
@Max, I found an original post with diagram here: http://bbs.5imx.com/bbs/forum.php?mod=viewthread&tid=710092
Although it is in Chinese, but you can figure out the diagram in attached photos
Is it possible to use this app controlling the Newq-bot micro quad from hobbyking - connecting the RF module to the iPhone? Or must I use some kind of adapter..??
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