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Open Panzer Help / Re: Sound tbs mini sticks radiolink9
« on: December 12, 2017, 03:21:29 PM »
a question, where it puts destroyed vehicle or sound of lights, I do not have those sounds I leave them in empty?
Yes, just leave them empty.

if i understand well i have to put the cannon fire sound in parameter 3
coinciding with the photo of the wiki
Correct. Based on what you have posted:

sound2: cannon fireParameter 3
sound3: Machine Gun FireParameter 4
sound4: Machine Gun Fire2Parameter 11
sound5: speak soldierParameter 9
sound6: speak soldier2Parameter 10
sound7: Turret RotationParameter 1
sound8: Barrel ElevationParameter 2


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Open Panzer Help / Re: Sound tbs mini sticks radiolink9
« on: December 12, 2017, 01:56:48 PM »
it is not written what is the sound

Correct, because it is possible to load sounds on the Sound tab in any order, even Thomas files are not always consistent. On the Parameter tab where I have written the sound (Turret Rotation, Cannon Fire, etc) you must put the Sound # that matches that function into that slot.

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Open Panzer Help / Re: Sound tbs mini sticks radiolink9
« on: December 12, 2017, 11:58:06 AM »
There is no way to know from the screenshot what sound set he is using or what order the files are in... but you are correct, this is a likely mistake.

Juan, you have to order your sounds correctly on the Parameter tab. Only you know what sounds are loaded into which slots on the Sounds tab. You need to assign them to the Parameter tab so the functions match the labels shown in the Wiki (and which J├╝rgen has shown).

For example, if the machine gun is Sound 8 on the Sound tab, then Sound 8 needs to be selected in Coder 4 slot on the Parameter tab.

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Open Panzer Help / Re: Sound tbs mini sticks radiolink9
« on: December 12, 2017, 11:12:12 AM »
Juan, I don't see any problems with your screenshots, but then again I am still unclear what is not working.

For others reading this, here is the Spanish forum he is talking about: La Cadena Herrumbrosa

If you start a thread there please give us a link to it here so others can follow along.

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Show and Tell / Re: 3D Printed T-35
« on: December 11, 2017, 07:43:51 PM »
Super awesome! That thing is so long it's like a train on tracks!

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Open Panzer Help / Re: Sound tbs mini sticks radiolink9
« on: December 11, 2017, 08:42:13 AM »
Feel free to keep the conversation here in the forum, you can type in Spanish and we won't mind.

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Open Panzer Help / Re: Sound tbs mini sticks radiolink9
« on: December 11, 2017, 06:37:21 AM »
Hi Juan, I want to help you, but I need to know exactly what is wrong or exactly what is not clear before I can answer. Right now I don't understand your question so I can't offer any useful advice. There already are photos of the Mini setup in the Wiki so I don't what other photo I can provide.

As a general procedure first make sure your TCB functions triggers operate correctly. Even if it makes no sound on the Mini, just open the TCB in Snoop and activate all your triggers. Does the TCB respond correctly? For example if you have MG assigned to turret stick top right corner, move your turret stick to the top right corner, then look at Snoop - does it say MG has fired?

If that works then you can move on the the Mini. Try to ask a specific question so I can give you a specific answer.

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Open Panzer Help / Re: Assembling Boards by Hand
« on: December 10, 2017, 04:01:24 PM »
Yes, I have not had much luck with hot air rework because I always damage something else worse. But I do no have a hot air station, only a heat gun. :)

I am sorry you had so much trouble but like I said before, I have definitely been in your shoes. Now that you have acquired all this experience you could probably build many more with no problems.

I hope you like your Scout!

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Open Panzer Help / Re: Smoker Max Speed Issue
« on: December 10, 2017, 02:11:39 PM »
This issue should be fixed with v0.92.15 of TCB firmware, which I have just posted.

You do not need to update OP Config for this one, just flash new firmware to TCB.

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Open Panzer Help / Re: Sound tbs mini sticks radiolink9
« on: December 09, 2017, 06:50:33 AM »
Juan, I'm sorry that is not enough information for me to help you. Please go over everything again in the Wiki. Make sure your Misc tab of Benedini Flash looks exactly like the photo shown. Under "Prop Settings" click the "Read" button to see confirm that your Mini has the right settings. You can also click "Read Prop Valuies" to view the current Prop 3 value, and see if it changes when you trigger functions on the TCB.

Also open the TCB in Snoop mode in OP Config and see if your left stick is really triggering the functions you expect when you move the stick. For example if you have MG assigned to top right, move your stick to top right, then look at Snoop - does MG start?

Make sure also you performed Radio Setup in OP Config correctly so it knows your actual stick center and min/max values.

I do not think you have a problem with your RadioLink. All radios work the same. You have missed something in setup. You need to troubleshoot yourself to narrow down the problem before we can offer useful advice.

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Show and Tell / Re: 3D Printed T-35
« on: December 08, 2017, 05:42:57 PM »
Wow ok then, that really is a beast and not a typo. Total current draw I guess will be about 1/3 amp, so still well within the TCB limits.

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Show and Tell / Re: 3D Printed T-35
« on: December 08, 2017, 03:52:14 PM »
On the bright side, my 0.5 W 3.4V warm white LED's I plan on using for the headlights and possible spotlight came in today! I read I have 3 watts to work with so they should be fine.

Actually that is 3 amps, not 3 watts, which is a little different. A 1/2 watt LED must be quite the beast, but of course you can always drive it a lower current than the maximum. I assume 3.4 volts is the forward voltage (Vf) rating of your LED, what you also want to look up is the forward current (If) and plug those two into a LED calculator using 5 volts as the supply voltage (since that is what the TCB will give you). It will spit out what resistor you need and how many watts you will pull. You can always decrease the current draw if you increase the size of the resistor.

Anyway, I actually like the looks of the spotlights in your photo, goofy yes but also cute!

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Open Panzer Help / Re: Doubt last update and airsoft
« on: December 07, 2017, 02:47:23 PM »
I just tried with the latest version of firmware (0.92.14) and my airsoft works fine. As far as I know there has been no problem with the airsoft MOSFET on any boards (it is not the same MOSFET as the ones Hobby King messed up this summer).

Does the same behavior occur on both boards or just one? Were you ever able to get airsoft to work before? Double check that you have wired your airsoft unit correctly. Make sure that the Fight-Repair switch is set to the "Fight" position.

Most likely it is something simple that you have overlooked.

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Open Panzer Help / Re: Assembling Boards by Hand
« on: December 07, 2017, 11:29:22 AM »
Sorry to hear you've had so much trouble. Sometimes a short can be fixed without damage but when you see smoke that is not good. Replacing the VNH2SP30 is also very difficult because you can't desolder it by hand, it must be re-flowed which risks removing all the other components as well.

I probably should have made a disclaimer somewhere, but guys, if you are assembling boards by hand please be prepared to lose a lot of money if you are not experienced or just have your share of bad luck. It is not always an easy job, though you can get better with experience.

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Open Panzer Help / Re: Doubt last update and airsoft
« on: December 07, 2017, 11:10:31 AM »
I doubt it has anything to do with the update, nothing was changed about airsoft functionality. But if you want to eliminate that possibility completely I've attached the firmware from a few versions ago that you can run a quick test with.

Be sure you are testing your airsoft with a battery plugged in, USB power alone is not enough. Also double check you have Airsoft selected on the Motors tab of OP Config (and not "Mechanical Recoil").


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