I looked into the code on github and saw that the BLE and normal UART ports are defined but not the 3rd, unused one.
I don’t have much experience in C programming but, would it work for the Unity/Xenith if we define the third UART pins like how it’s done on the Stormcore?
I did some research a few days ago and saw this as well. I want to be able to use the BLE module where it is and enable the UART port right below it at baud rate of 115200. The post above set the baud rate for BLE port to 115200 instead of 250000 which I think would make the BLE module unusable.
If enabling the 3rd UART port not working out I will resort to this option and remove the BLE module. But I have hope in the geniuses in this forum.
It is a wand receiver, but I just turned it on and tested the bluetooth connection using the Android app. I was able to see realtime data/change settings and could also connect to the built in bluetooth.
FWIW the old Enertion firmware created by the original hardware designer had this enabled (though the TX/RX pins were incorrectly swapped) so it should work fine.
yea I did motor detection and the rest of config with vesc tool app on iphone while davega is on. Binded the bkb voyager remote and was able to receive telemetry on the screen as well as throttle control. Fw is 5.3, same as the one @jaykup posted.
Hi, I’ve been trying this modded firmware on my xenith v2 and I cant get ppm telemetry working on the 3rd port. I’m using pins 7 and 9 (pic from other post)for TX2 and RX2 to feed the reciever for data only. Am I right or have I cocked it up?
I’ve tested the remote settings on the actual uart port and it’s working but I want to use my davega, BLE BT and have remote data also.
Thanks, at least I’m using the correct pins. I only need the tx and rx as I’m using ppm and uart(for data). I’ve tried swapping them.
When I flash your edited firmware bin file I just load it in the custom file and flash it right? There’s no other changes other than setting up as normal? I’m just thinking if I havent enabled the port properly.
Ok I flashed the bootloader (generic) first then the bin file, reboot as normal and restored my config.
Still no go on the port, either orientation on those two pins maybe it’s just not meant to be for me.