Good day guys !!
I feel the need to obtain the information from my PixHawk in my Graupner MZ-24 screen. I found
some threads talking about a change in arducopter firmware to run the telemetry, not good at messing original controller firmware.
Then I found an "adapter" that staff of the AutoQuad made to convert the MavLink in Hott telemetry.
I come here to share a few changes I made in the project Mav2Rott downloaded here: http://autoquad.org/software-downloads/?did=31.
This is an adaptation to send the telemetry PixHawk for Graupner Hott Protocol.
Is correct with some features:
Altitude for barometer;
Satellite count Speed;
Flight Modes Current drawn by the motor;
Direction of the Head;
I am not able to make it work:
Correct display Latitude and Longitude;
Distance of Home;
Direction of Home;
If anyone can help thank you very much.
The project is attached to the topic. The connections are equal to the jd-ioboard. I am using an Arduino Pro Mini.
when i try compile i have an error viA arduino ide
will this work on a graupner mz-24?
i have tried months ago, but i cant succes. i will try hex files again, because i cıuldnt compile others with arduino.
I haven't tested this with MZ though I only have MX series now, but it should work.
is there any progress in development of this useful software? Sharing would be great and would allow further branches.
I loaded the hexfile into a arduino uno connected on pixhawk running 3.3.2. Flight modes are shown on MC32 but no other data. As soon as I get a pro mini board, I will start new tests.
Do you have experience with new pixhawk firmware versions?
The APM version was running perfect and delivered all data to the MC32 Display, but I changed all flightcontroll to pixhawk.
Thanks for all things done.
Thank you for your testing with MC series RC which I don't have.
I use this with my pixhawk's latest FW with no problems.
Newer version will use better-written 1-wire serial port, but it's not ready yet.
Will be glad to hear form you.
Maybe I found my issue while try to get this code running:
Started a git project following this idea:
Newer version of MAVLink2HoTT converter is ready. Now it uses only PIN3 as HoTT serial is now asyncronous and fully interrupt-driven. This eliminates sensor data loss for several seconds problem present in previous version.
Newer version 1.3 is to come soon. It supports Graupner Air Esc (S3032 & S3042) sensor emulation and is configurable from RC.