Help needed for drone simulator for Mac
Project help: Problem with connecting tx(avionic rcb6i) as a joystick to my Mac using aux cable! Does anyone know any suitable driver(to recieve and decode ppm signals from tx and encode and transmit ppm to tx)?
salmanfaris last edited by
Hi @iero , Any updates?
I dropped the idea of using simulators and learn flying and to do acrobatics (Because of the trouble I got while connecting my old TX to Mac)
meanwhile, I tried flying my drone(that I build) outdoor, I know it's gonna difficult, I know it will crash for sure, but it's okay if it crashes I will build again and will fly again so I can learn from that.
but due to the academics, I didn't get much time to fly. and last time I flew, it crashed like a hell, damaged a lot of parts but I rebuilt it successfully,
Now it's ready to fly and I'm sure I will fly again
Sharing some photos of the build
I have made a custom board with Atmega328P SMD IC and now I am having a problem flashing it. I have flashed multiple chips like these earlier, however this time I am having a hard time figuring out the issue.
I am using Arduino UNO as an ISP programmer to burn bootloader but getting responses like Attempt 1 of 10 - stk500() is not responding etc., like that. I need some help regarding this issue.
Any kind of help will be greatly appreciated. Please ask me for any additional information that I might have not mentioned in this post.
Thanks in advance.
I have been facing this problem recently while I run the program the output terminal just shows scanned text and the android virtual device is not opening. I have reinstalled the SDK but the problem still persist.!
Hi, I was looking for a reliable carbon monoxide sensor, I tried the MQ7 sensor, but it has a preheat time of 48 hours and a sensitivity range from 20ppm-2000ppm, and my application requires 1ppm to 1000ppm. let me know if anyone working with a similar sensor or use case!
@milanvarghese No, the battery comes into the play only if there is no power from the solar cell. It's like inverters in our home. They activate only if main power is gone, rest of the time they keep charging. similarly here the direct power will be coming from the solar cell, only if the solar cell can't produce enough voltage battery comes into the loop and starts providing voltage to our circuit.
@kowshik1729 I have seen this, but doesnt it damage that battery? dischargeing and charging at the same time?