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I have a problem with this code. The controls work, but after a while the motors keep running without giving a command (they keep running even with the transmitter off) It seems the arduino uno gets stuck in a case. I added three 100nF caps to each motor - without success. Has anyone else experienced this problem?
Hi I'm having trouble buildibg it. The uno-board (receiver) seems to receive signals from the transmitter (blinking while turning the joystick) but the motors dont run. Is it posdible that this joystick is not compatible?
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Hi iDexeFor the large Design of the panel, I'd like to use a 1.3" oled I2C (128x64) display. Do you know what kind of changes need to be done in the code for that? Thanks!
Ok thanks. I built the circuit, but it's not working. I checked all connections multiple times. Programming of the atmega328 is normal (without any inclusions), right?
and no library either?
It just doesnt work. Do you maybe have the compiled HEX-file?
Hi, I'd like to build it, but I dont know where you placed the two white led's
Hi iDexe, I finished the light and it works very well. I have another question though: Is it possible that the LEDs are not at full brightness (due to the code) when the dimmer is at 100%? I'm asking because I had some strips connected directly to my 12V Supply and they seemed to be brighter then.
Thanks once again for your quick reply! I'll try out the "insane mode" more deeply. I'll post pictures of my design. I actually added some self milled holders (anodized aluminum) by which I can put a diffusor in front of the LEDs. I also plan to build another light with 400mm x 300mm dimension.
Thanks again iDexe. I Have another BMS, so the connections are probably different. But I'll find the correct connection.Once again another question ;)My rotary switch is not working (the button does). The connection on the ATMEGA328, DT on Pin 6 (PD4) and CLK on Pin 11 (PD5) are correct, right?thanks alot!Laurin
Hi iDexeThanks for the HEX. But I already have another question ;)Regarding the BMS: Is it really meant to be, that P+ and P- (besides the load and charger) are connected to the battery (like B+ and b- are connected to the battery)??thanks
Does anyone have the hex-file for the atmega328p? I dont have all the arduino software that's needed..
Hi iDexeThanks for the additional info. That will help alot building it! You used 4000K (and not 3000K) and 6000K for your design right?
Hi, I like your design and I'd like to build it. But it seems to me that some info is missing. Like some values of resistors (except R6) and the connections of the display, rotary encoder, main switch, connections to the LEDs (JP 1-6). Or am I just too stupid? ;) Danke Dir!
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