I forgot to mention, i have AI-NET connectors!!!!!!
"Did you test it in carwings??"
Sun, Come shine my way
May healing waters bury all my pain
Wind, Carry me home
The fabric of reality is tearing apart
The piece of me that died
Will return To live again
Those look like professionally made quality PCB's. Ground planes seem to be well layed out, without creating loops. So it seems someone with knowledge designed the PCB.
Just out of curiosity, what purpose serve the general purpose npn and pnp transistors?
I'll pass your kudos to my friend who designed the PCB. He'll be pleased.
There are actually four transistors: two are used in AiNet interface circuit (converting two AiNet lines to TTL IN/OUT) and other two controlling ACC line in AiNet (for powering on H700 remotely).
This is awesome! I'm new to all of this, how are you guys obtaining the data packets from the H70x? Sorry, i'm just ignorant and curious.
Would it be wrong to put myself down for one of these??!!
Last night first "production" controller has been built and tested. I was really surprized that everything ran without surprizes. First board is already working in my car.
Now I could order more boards for community. Only some firmware polishing is needed to make it end-user friendly (i.e. bootloader for software flashing, better terminal interface, etc.).
Please PM me if you'd like to get one.
Few pictures of the newborn baby