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Old Jan 18, 2013, 06:52 PM
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@Rappy_Chappy: try to crosscheck with BLHeli-Setup. What is the error message there ?
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Old Jan 19, 2013, 04:10 PM
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Guys, I am delighted to report that thanks to OlliW, I have now successfully flashed one of my Plush 40s using BLHeliTool v1.01 beta (soon to be released). I honestly thought it and another two of the same were bricked through my previous unsuccessful attempts and was ready to throw them away! I will do the other 3 tomorrow and let you know how it goes... I'm sure it'll be good and I will be able to complete my quad build. I have a Zero UAV YS-X4 based quad on the bench (my 1st quad) so I'm now excited to get it flying
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Old Jan 20, 2013, 06:39 AM
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I did my other three Plush 40s controllers today without a single problem. These boards are v6.21 and are the same layout as the HobbyWing/ FlyFun board. The 6.0 board which I have is the normal Plush 40 layout (i.e. the solder pads for flashing at the edge of the board). Regardless, they all accepted the Turnigy Plush 40a hex file 9.3 Multi using BLHeliTool v1.01 beta.

As I am planning to use all four of these in a quad, will there be a problem with running one 6.0 board along with three 6.21 boards?

I am so grateful to OlliW for his fantastic work - guys like this are an essential asset to our hobby and deserve recognition.
Old Jan 28, 2013, 08:28 AM
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Hello, anyone can tell me how to connect this esc, Turnigy plush 40A V6.21



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Old Jan 28, 2013, 08:54 AM
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Ok, is so

Old Feb 03, 2013, 09:10 AM
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Hobbywing quattro failes on 2 sil chips


hello peoples,
is it possible to get the older version of the BLHeliTool v007 beta4 that worked for copterfilms you, i am having the same problem with a Hobbywing quattro 20ax4. i get the same error. the funny thing is that i managed to flash chip 1 and 4, chip 2 and 3 does not play ball can anyone help.

i am using the latest BLhelitool version


Flash hex file... Please wait!.
delay... OK.
v... OlliW SilProg v1.00 PB3PB4
flash target no. 1
r... rok
d... dok0A -> Device ID 0A F33x
i... iok
e... ..........
Device erase FAILED!

Flash hex file... Please wait!.
delay... OK.
v... OlliW SilProg v1.00 PB3PB4
flash target no. 1
r... rok
d... Connection to target FAILED!

Flash hex file... Please wait!.
delay... OK.
v... OlliW SilProg v1.00 PB3PB4
flash target no. 1
r... rok
d... dok0A -> Device ID 0A F33x
i... iok
e... ..........
Device erase FAILED!

Flash hex file... Please wait!.
delay... OK.
v... OlliW SilProg v1.00 PB3PB4
flash target no. 1
r... rok
d... dok0A -> Device ID 0A F33x
i... iok
e... ..........
Device erase FAILED!

Flash hex file... Please wait!.
delay... OK.
v... OlliW SilProg v1.00 PB3PB4
flash target no. 1
r... rok
d... dok0A -> Device ID 0A F33x
i... iok
e... ..........
Device erase FAILED!

Flash hex file... Please wait!.
delay... OK.
v... OlliW SilProg v1.00 PB3PB4
flash target no. 1
r... rok
d... dok0A -> Device ID 0A F33x
i... iok
e... ..........
Device erase FAILED!

Flash hex file... Please wait!.
delay... OK.
v... OlliW SilProg v1.00 PB3PB4
flash target no. 1
r... rok
d... dok0A -> Device ID 0A F33x
i... iok
e... ..........
Device erase FAILED!

Flash hex file... Please wait!.
delay... OK.
v... OlliW SilProg v1.00 PB3PB4
flash target no. 1
r... rok
d... dok0A -> Device ID 0A F33x
i... iok
e... ..........
Device erase FAILED!
Old Feb 04, 2013, 09:37 AM
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Old Mar 15, 2013, 03:06 AM
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what do you mean


Hi,

I have the same problem !

What do you mean with "you have a PM "?
Old Mar 15, 2013, 09:14 AM
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Will be reflashing a bunch of v6.21s, so far 3 different 40A Plush board versions.
Old Apr 18, 2013, 02:01 PM
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Plush 40A ATMega


Hi,

Could someone help me with these old-gen Plushes ?
They sould be ATMega ones by the date I bought them (mid-2011), they've got pads in a row, there seems to be 3x4 4166 NFETs, but I can't find any pictures on web to confirm all of that.

So if I'm right, I've got 2 questions :
- The SimonK firmware should be TGY ?
- could someone give me a hint of the mosi/miso/.... sequence ?

Many thanks !!
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Old Jun 27, 2013, 06:04 AM
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Plush 40A SiLab


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Ok, is so

hi

to flash Turtnigy Plush 40A v6.21 enough to connect like your picture or
have yet to remove some component from the ESC board ?

my Arduino programmer could not see the ESC (((

P.S. Pinouts image is correct. My mistake was incorrectly connected to the Arduino
the correct wiring diagram was taken from here
pb3pb4: PB3 = digital D11 = MOSI → C2CK = red, PB4 = digital D12 = MISO → C2D = white
Last edited by shalex; Jun 28, 2013 at 03:12 AM.
Old Aug 17, 2013, 10:52 AM
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Hi
I tried to flash my Hobbywing Platinum PRO 30 A OPTO (usb supported) HW-BQ7008 to blheli PLATINUM_PRO_30A_MULTI_REV10_4.HEX
using OlliWs BLHeliTool and a Arduino Nanao.

Flash hex file... Please wait!
delay... OK
v... OlliW SilProg v1.20 PB3PB4
flash target no. 1
r... rok
d... dok2B -> Device ID 2B
MCU INCORRECT or connection to target FAILED!

Any ideas what's wrong?
Old Sep 19, 2013, 02:06 PM
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I have build Silabs flasher with Olli's instructions. Those are very good instructions and great work from Olli, thank you for that.

I was trying to flash my Turnigy 40A ESC (HW 1.30 and V6.21)

When I flash I get this:

Flash hex file... Please wait!
delay... OK
v... OlliW SilProg v1.20 PB3PB4
flash target no. 1
r... rok
d... dok08 -> Device ID 08 F31x
i... iok
e... eok
bw... . ok
Flash hex file... DONE!

When I read, I got an error.

Read... Please wait!
delay... OK
v... OlliW SilProg v1.20 PB3PB4
read target no. 1
r... rok
d... dok08 -> Device ID 08 F31x
i... iok
br... br011A02okFF -> Layout 255
br... br021A00okFFFF -> Revison 255.255
br... br021A0DokFFFF Block read FAILED!

Did I destroyed my ESC?

I am using revision 10.4
https://github.com/bitdump/BLHeli/bl...TI_REV10_4.HEX
Old Dec 10, 2013, 04:47 PM
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Quote:
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hi

to flash Turtnigy Plush 40A v6.21 enough to connect like your picture or
have yet to remove some component from the ESC board ?

my Arduino programmer could not see the ESC (((

P.S. Pinouts image is correct. My mistake was incorrectly connected to the Arduino
the correct wiring diagram was taken from here
pb3pb4: PB3 = digital D11 = MOSI → C2CK = red, PB4 = digital D12 = MISO → C2D = white
Hi guys, while saldavo is removed and a contact red six contacts to weld, for if you know where I can solder the cable? addition to that place?


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