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 **TCB**\\ **TCB**\\
 Be sure you have selected the correct COM port first, __//and//__ be sure you have Dipswitch #5 on the TCB set to use the correct serial port (Dipswitch #5 in the On position to flash over USB, or in the Off position to flash over the Serial 1 port which is used for Bluetooth communication). The status of the flash operation will be shown in the console window. Be patient, the flash operation can take 30 seconds or more. Be sure you have selected the correct COM port first, __//and//__ be sure you have Dipswitch #5 on the TCB set to use the correct serial port (Dipswitch #5 in the On position to flash over USB, or in the Off position to flash over the Serial 1 port which is used for Bluetooth communication). The status of the flash operation will be shown in the console window. Be patient, the flash operation can take 30 seconds or more.
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 **TCB - DIY Version**\\ **TCB - DIY Version**\\
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   * Airsoft/​Mechanical Recoil Switch - will now be on Arduino Pin 21 (also labeled SCL on the Mega board)   * Airsoft/​Mechanical Recoil Switch - will now be on Arduino Pin 21 (also labeled SCL on the Mega board)
 For building a DIY TCB [[http://​openpanzer.org/​forum/​index.php?​topic=16.0|please read this thread]]. ​ For building a DIY TCB [[http://​openpanzer.org/​forum/​index.php?​topic=16.0|please read this thread]]. ​
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 **Scout ESC**\\ **Scout ESC**\\
 Before flashing your Scout, be sure to disconnect it from your TCB otherwise the operation may fail. The Scout does not have a built-in USB connection, instead you must use an FTDI adapter or FTDI cable. One end of the adapter/​cable will have a six-pin socket that plugs into the six pins on the Scout. Be sure to orient it so the "​Black"​ and "​Green"​ labels on the adapter match the same labels printed on the bottom of the Scout board. The other end of the FTDI adapter/​cable is a standard USB connection that you use to connect to your computer. Be sure you have selected the correct COM port in OP Config, then click the Flash button. The status of the flash operation will be shown in the console window. Before flashing your Scout, be sure to disconnect it from your TCB otherwise the operation may fail. The Scout does not have a built-in USB connection, instead you must use an FTDI adapter or FTDI cable. One end of the adapter/​cable will have a six-pin socket that plugs into the six pins on the Scout. Be sure to orient it so the "​Black"​ and "​Green"​ labels on the adapter match the same labels printed on the bottom of the Scout board. The other end of the FTDI adapter/​cable is a standard USB connection that you use to connect to your computer. Be sure you have selected the correct COM port in OP Config, then click the Flash button. The status of the flash operation will be shown in the console window.
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 **Open Panzer Sound Card**\\ **Open Panzer Sound Card**\\
 Connect your Sound Card to your computer using a standard USB cable. A new entry may or may not appear in the COM ports list but in this case it doesn'​t matter that you select a COM port, the software will detect your sound card automatically. After you start the Flash operation, you need to __press the small button on the top of the Sound Card__. This allows OP Config to detect the device and let it know to start flashing. You may hear the USB connect/​disconnect sounds from your computer during this process, that is normal. The status of the flash operation will be shown in the console window. If you forget to press the button or OP Config can't find your device, the flash operation will time out after 10 seconds. Connect your Sound Card to your computer using a standard USB cable. A new entry may or may not appear in the COM ports list but in this case it doesn'​t matter that you select a COM port, the software will detect your sound card automatically. After you start the Flash operation, you need to __press the small button on the top of the Sound Card__. This allows OP Config to detect the device and let it know to start flashing. You may hear the USB connect/​disconnect sounds from your computer during this process, that is normal. The status of the flash operation will be shown in the console window. If you forget to press the button or OP Config can't find your device, the flash operation will time out after 10 seconds.
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wiki/opconfig/tabs/firmware.txt · Last modified: 2019/10/09 05:58 by opadmin