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Re: TauLinkModule - gauging interest

by peabody124 » Sun Oct 04, 2015 4:30 am

Ok I can confirm it does. However, the automatic configuration of the module does not work yet. What I had to do:

1. Set HwTauLink VCPPort to ComBridge and BTPort to ComBridge and BaudRate to 9600
2. Power cycle TauLinkModule
3. At this point you can send AT commands to the module
- e.g. AT+BAUD4 to set it to 115200
- AT+PASS? to see what the pin is (mine didn't default to 000000)
- AT+NAMETauLink
4. Set HwTauLink BTPort to Telemetry and ComSpeed to 115200
5. Power cycle

At this point connecting worked for me.
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Re: TauLinkModule - gauging interest

by locthanh3005 » Thu Oct 08, 2015 4:02 am

Hi All.
I porting source pipx to stm32f4 discovery is happen issue as image, you can help me.

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Re: TauLinkModule - gauging interest

by Marc Dornan » Wed Nov 18, 2015 3:24 am

Is anyone going to make a TauLinkModule v0.2 from an OSH Park PCB? I do not have time to make one but will happily pay someone if they are making one anyway. Ping me.
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Re: TauLinkModule - gauging interest

by ddilber » Wed Apr 13, 2016 9:01 am

Marc Dornan wrote:Is anyone going to make a TauLinkModule v0.2 from an OSH Park PCB? I do not have time to make one but will happily pay someone if they are making one anyway. Ping me.


Yesterday I received the 3 PCBs from osh park . I just finished with the soldering one :-) . It works!
Still have the components for two modules if you're still interested...

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Re: TauLinkModule - gauging interest

by peabody124 » Wed Apr 13, 2016 11:44 am

Awesome. Always cool to see things like that. Be careful of jerking the USB cable when plugged in as I've ripped it off that way.
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Re: TauLinkModule - gauging interest

by ddilber » Wed Apr 13, 2016 2:14 pm

peabody124 wrote:Awesome. Always cool to see things like that. Be careful of jerking the USB cable when plugged in as I've ripped it off that way.



I have a problem with SBL . Does not work. All nets are connected , there is no short circuit . I had to use breakboard to copy the firmware to MCUs flash, uploaded over SBL , it works . Now, soldered on TauLinlModule, SBL does not work . Have you had similar problem?
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Re: TauLinkModule - gauging interest

by auturgy » Mon May 09, 2016 9:52 am

ddilber wrote:
Marc Dornan wrote:Is anyone going to make a TauLinkModule v0.2 from an OSH Park PCB? I do not have time to make one but will happily pay someone if they are making one anyway. Ping me.


Yesterday I received the 3 PCBs from osh park . I just finished with the soldering one :-) . It works!
Still have the components for two modules if you're still interested...

IMAG0024.jpg

IMAG0025.jpg


Do you still have one for sale? I'd love to have one - complete except for the rfm22 (will solder on my own - 915mhz down here in aus.)
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Re: TauLinkModule - gauging interest

by beefsupreme » Thu May 19, 2016 9:09 pm

I'm trying to debug the board I built recently. I can flash it with the ef_pipxtreme.bin file posted earlier in the thread with both stm32flash and the ST flash loader demo, but when I plug in with USB, Windows says it's malfunctioned or not recognized. It doesn't flash any LEDs when it powers up or anything. I don't have the radio or BT module soldered on right now, since I figured it would boot up without them and it would reduce the points of failure if I just left them off.

Any ideas for things to check? I've tested the USB connector and the R7, R9, and R16 resistors, and everything seems to be landing on the right pins on the STM32.

Also, is there a guide somewhere to build the .bin for this? It's still way over my head.
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Re: TauLinkModule - gauging interest

by icee » Fri May 20, 2016 3:38 pm

Check clock, also.
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Re: TauLinkModule - gauging interest

by beefsupreme » Sat May 21, 2016 12:46 am

icee wrote:Check clock, also.


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