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    • Great contribution !

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      Hector, great job and much appreciated!  I've also got prominis sitting around.

      It would be interesting to hear the the sounds on arm and disarm.  Please add it as a branch.

      Also, I'm having a hard time understanding the wiring connections.  Could you clarify the connections to the APM and to the S.Port?

      Thanks!

      Mark

      • Promini.jpg

        Uploading Tone version now

        • ENQUIRY CONFIGURATION:

          1.  PIXHAWK

          2.  ARDUINO MINI PRO

          3.  X8R & TARANIS

          ENQUIRY SOFTWARE: 

          1.  ? PIN 9 SUPPORTED IN MavLink_FrSkySPort_1.3.zip ?  

          ENQUIRY HARDWARE:

          1.  ? SUCCESS WITH PIXHAWK OR ONLY APM ?

          A.  SUCCESS FOUND YOUR ARDUINO CONFIGURATION & MY GOAL IS MINI PRO WITH MavLink_FrSkySPort_1.3.zip

          B.  REQUEST ANY REFFERAL OR INSTRUCTIONS WITH MINI PRO CONFIGURATION. 

          THANK YOU & HAVE A NICE DAY.

          GARRETT MIN

          • ENQUIRY SOFTWARE:

            1.  ? FAILED TEENSY LOADER WITH MINIPRO. 

            1A.  AFTER VERIFY/COMPILE EDITOR SAYS: 

            OPENING TEENSY LOADER

            TEENSY REBOOT

            PRESS RESET BUTTON ON TEENSY TO UPLOAD SKETCH

            AUTO REBOOT IF TEENSY RUNNING PREVIOUS SKETCH

            1B:  ?HOW TO SUCCESS TEENSY LOADER WITH A ARDUINO MINI PRO? 

      • Sure can mate , have to head out for a family lunch so will post some more detailed pictures ect later tonight but the basics are Tx from your apms telemetry cable goes to RX or digital pin 0 on the promini with a common ground then pin 9 is the S.Port data line , Vin "5 volts" & a common ground is also on the S.Port connector.

        i'll be sure to make this a lot clearer tonight and ill add that branch up aswell :)

        • Hi Hector,I read all you've posted about "teensy 3.1" and I intend to make the same.I want to get telemetry to my taranis via the pixhawk.I have two questions:I heard that to make it work,you have to modify pixhawk firmware.is this right?

          2.does this work with ezuhf receiver?? tkanks.greeting from France

  • Just finished porting this for use with the software serial lib, so we can use it with prominis / anything without a extra serial ports or any arduino as there hardware ports don't support inverting . i did it this way as i didn't have a Teensy3.1 lying around and by the time i ordered one i knew i could get it working on a arduino.

    i could wrap it up so it checked what hardware it was running on and use software serial if its on a atmel chip or hardware if its a teensy and you could merge it if you liked , also added gps hdop /100 to get the real numbers.

    will upload soon just doing final checks but all looks good so far :)

  • Can anyone give me any insight as to what I am doing wrong here?


    Arduino: 1.0.5-r2 (Windows 7), Board: "Teensy 3.1"
    MavLink_FrSkySPort.ino: In function 'void setup()':
    MavLink_FrSkySPort:121: error: 'FrSkySPort_Init' was not declared in this scope
    MavLink_FrSkySPort.ino: In function 'void loop()':
    MavLink_FrSkySPort:170: error: 'FrSkySPort_Process' was not declared in this scope

    • I figured it out. For some reason 7zip was creating a separate folder in the file for FrSkySPort and putting theFrSkySPort.ino in there. It still does that every time I extract the files. weird. I found an older version that extracted correctly here

      http://diydrones.com/profiles/blogs/how-to-get-apm-pixhawk-telemetr...

      then I noticed the difference in the files and just moved it where it should be.

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