|Dec 30, 2010, 01:40 AM|
reset turnigy with backlight.
[QUOTE=s_mack;16947797]I'm not sure what you mean by "constantly" but it is probably related to this problem. From what we can tell, some of the radios have a problem with their voltage regulators and can't handle the extra tiny draw for the EL backlight and it resets. There are some solutions suggested there. One thing to try (to confirm this is your problem)... plug the radio in with the USB and does the problem go away? Or at least it doesn't reboot as often? then go into the menu and turn OFF the light. Problem stops? If so, then you have the problem and should see the link above. If not, then it is something else... possibly a poor connection (but probably no if you were able to successfully flash the radio).
I confirme with the cable usb (4,7 V) all is correct,no reboot.
Without the usb with the backlight ON, this is the reboot.
With the backlight OFF ,the radio work perfectly.
you were right perfectly.
Now, I will read the links with the solutions .
Have you a preference for a realization?
Still thank you for your assistance.
Claude (sorry for my bad english)
|Dec 30, 2010, 01:45 AM|
A fix seems to be in the making. Keep in mind that this is not yet confirmed so you might want to hang back and wait to see the results:
|Dec 30, 2010, 07:55 AM|
|Jan 02, 2011, 12:31 PM|
Canada, BC, Central Okanagan H
Joined Jun 2010
Its only "more correct" in that it does not involve any guesswork as to the value of the resistor... although, that "guess" is pretty darned good and quite a wide range is suitable. So really either is fine.
The resistor fix reduces the input voltage, which therefore reduces the ripple when the unit is turned off that's causing the voltage regulator headaches. The other fix virtually eliminates the ripple because the driver is never turned off - only the light itself is.
Resistor fix increases the amount of current (slightly) when the light is ON and decreases brightness ever so slightly. Other fix increases the amount of current EVER so slightly when the light is OFF (but we're talking extremely little) and brightness is unaffected.
I say do whichever is more convenient. Resistor is easier but involves a resistor that you may not have. Other fix requires no extra components but is slightly more difficult to perform.
|Jan 04, 2011, 05:06 AM|
Australia, New South Wales, Hobartville
Joined Jan 2011
Just new to this and have a V2 9x and smartieparts programmer EL kit ordered...question, been playing around in the eepe and set up a hex file to run my nitro 90 heli, how do I go about the update and what is the process to load my hex file?
|Jan 04, 2011, 06:53 AM|
Joined Mar 2009
|Jan 04, 2011, 06:55 AM|
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