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Pingvin

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Re: Open Source Laser Tag project - ARMada
« Reply #315 on: October 05, 2017, 01:37:35 PM »

 Beautiful!!!  :D

 Are these PCBs the same as Github's or have you changed anything? Have you found any BUGs in them?
  Very cool to see a lot of PCBs like that! Veeery cool.
Yes - these are printed circuit boards from the repository.
They are almost the same as the purple boards (there were no mistakes on purple boards), but I removed the "ground" polygon under the bluetooth module and put some capacitors on some of the others - but that's not the point.
Now I have plans to break Armada into blocks so that it can fit in small cases, for example - pistols.
And I add I2С interface for small screen OLED or something else.
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Re: Open Source Laser Tag project - ARMada
« Reply #316 on: October 23, 2017, 09:47:40 PM »
 Pingvin, I'm broking my head here...
 Who read the battery tension???
 The pcb here is reading the regulated 3.28V, not Li-Ion Volts and the USB charger is not charging.
 Any idea what´s going on?

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Re: Open Source Laser Tag project - ARMada
« Reply #317 on: October 23, 2017, 10:15:40 PM »
Pingvin, I'm broking my head here...
 Who read the battery tension???
 The pcb here is reading the regulated 3.28V, not Li-Ion Volts and the USB charger is not charging.
 Any idea what´s going on?
What version of the board?
From which sources and with what parameters did the firmware compile?
On a white printed circuit board and on a purple voltage on a battery, it is measured in different ways.
What does it mean - does not charge the battery?
For the charge of the battery answer a special chip.
During the charging process, no power is supplied to the microcontroller.
Show the diagram of how the battery is connected and the power switch.
« Last Edit: October 23, 2017, 10:17:25 PM by Pingvin »

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Re: Open Source Laser Tag project - ARMada
« Reply #318 on: October 23, 2017, 11:15:35 PM »
 I'm using the white board, V3 I think.

And the Firmware I used your "ARMada-lasertag-system-master.zip" 26/07/2017

 Following your ARMada Scheme:

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Re: Open Source Laser Tag project - ARMada
« Reply #319 on: October 24, 2017, 01:01:20 AM »
I'm using the white board, V3 I think.

And the Firmware I used your "ARMada-lasertag-system-master.zip" 26/07/2017

 Following your ARMada Scheme:
The white circuit board is the "old version".
When compiling, there must be a macro in the types.h
#define OLD_VERSION_PCB

should not be a slash at the beginning of the line

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Re: Open Source Laser Tag project - ARMada
« Reply #320 on: October 25, 2017, 12:52:46 PM »
 True, I found this "OLD_VERSION" line.
 Now I'm trying to understand why the SD card stuck the software.
Thanks.

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Re: Open Source Laser Tag project - ARMada
« Reply #321 on: October 25, 2017, 09:58:05 PM »
Why did you decide that the sd card stuck the the firmware?


The thing can be that when you connected the SD card, the Bluetooth module was tuned to the connection.
And if the bluetooth connection does not happen with a bandage (in which the corresponding firmware should be), then you will observe a similar picture.
The matter is that after installation of connection the sewing transfers the current status - in game it or not.  And as all the parameters of the player.
If the status is not received by tag, then it also "hangs", since it is not known what to display - whether the end of the game, or a new game.

What does your board connect to on the bluetooth?

And make a video with a description of the problem.

So it's hard to understand what the problem is - how to do a telephonic surgery. :)


And try a fresh firmware.
Some errors have been fixed.
« Last Edit: October 25, 2017, 10:25:48 PM by Pingvin »