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TCB Dev / Re: TCB Firmware with Stock Arduino Mega
« on: September 03, 2023, 04:57:34 PM »
I have suddenly started having an issue with my Arduino Mega 2560 diy board.
The issue is that if i connect a freshly charged NIMH 7.2v pack or 2cell lipo via the jack plug the board throws a fit by flashing all the lights on in quick time, All the lights, those on the model and board and forward and reverse indicators, the board will not function, the receiver is powered up and lights up but the board is giving the signal of no radio connection yet it is, or low voltage but it is not???
The puzzling part is if i connect a slightly used NIMH pack say around 7.5 volts the board powers up first time every time, even when i connect a 6v NIMH pack it functions correctly, but not with a fully charged pack. It is as if something is limiting the voltage going into the board at a set voltage

Does any one have any ideas how to fix this issue its driving me nuts..thx

I'm certainly not a direct expert, but there is very little data.

For example:

1. I would like to see a diagram. Have you created your own version based on a respected author's board, or are you following his design?

2. Many interesting points, but so far you have provided little information.

Like mine.

I have created many versions (about 16 software versions and four hardware versions) based on Luke's original product.

I tested the microcircuit, the main power supply was 20 volts. I shared the power, and powered the 2560 DIY version from 16 volts. I have not seen such problems.

P.S. Yes, I've had a lot of fun with this project.

TCB Dev / Re: Ideas for the OP Config
« on: June 04, 2023, 04:29:40 PM »
Yes, I put a hat on my head, immediately take it off, and put it on my chest.
This is a great addition!

TCB Dev / Re: Ideas for the OP Config
« on: June 03, 2023, 03:45:15 PM »
Yes, I agree, it looks cool and realistic!
Now I understand what it was about!

TCB Dev / Re: Ideas for the OP Config
« on: May 26, 2023, 04:24:42 PM »
To be honest, I still can not understand the sacred meaning of these changes.

More precisely, I can’t understand what their functionality is, in application, in the construction (revival) of models.

That's what I really get - this is, for example, the functionality of flashing beacons for ships, for police cars, or just cars, so that when turning left, for example, the turn signal turns on automatically - turning left, for example.

Show and Tell / Re: 3d print T34
« on: May 25, 2023, 02:42:33 PM »
if i had a bigger printer i would do that one

Greetings, dear!

I have been jealous of your tank and print quality for a very long time, and what can I say?

I'm doing KV-1! Scaled 1:10.

I have a printer with a large print area, and I am printing a project (more precisely, it is already printed by 60%) from this respected author:

This is an incredible model!

P.S. I will also find an opportunity to buy from - the T-34 tank!
Unfortunately, there are still difficulties in paying, but I will overcome this difficulty as well.
And I'm also looking forward to when he makes a model of the IS-2 tank!

Open Panzer Help / Re: Compatible teensy versions
« on: July 13, 2022, 05:10:36 PM »
Thanks for the tip Luke, just wish I'd checked sooner......I've got three 4.0 teenie's now that are no good to wonder my sound cards wouldn't work!!  I think they loaded okay, just seemed to act a little wierd.  Now to find some 3.2 versions...maybe I'll get lucky :)


I think I've been trying to get 3.2 versions for over a year...

Or a chip with a recorded bootloader. So far nothing has worked.

It's bad that I can't rewrite the program - to another platform.

Open Panzer Help / Re: led problem,
« on: May 30, 2022, 08:09:07 PM »
This happens to me if I bring the transmitter less than 150mm closer to the receiver connected to the TCB.

I am using an XJT FrSKY 2.4 transmitter module and an X8R receiver module.

Hardware -Turnigy 9X, flashed to ER9X V1.743- Mike

This usually happens when I test my own versions, based on the work and experience of the respected LukeZ, when I use my radio equipment.

I just do it from a distance.

P.S. About my radio transmitter and its software:


Open Panzer Help / Re: Obsolete part
« on: May 18, 2022, 06:14:56 PM »
LukeZ, and what about tantalum capacitors in a plastic case?
Can they be applied? (naturally equivalent in characteristics).

For example 100*25V in SMD-D case? Used battery - Li-polymer 11.1V

I don’t like the capacitors that are in the original board model, or rather, I don’t like their soldering (the appearance is spoiled by a hot air soldering iron, as well as poor-quality soldering, since I don’t have a heated table), and I haven’t made a stove yet, or rather, no one has thrown away the kitchen a stove that can be converted for my projects.

Show and Tell / Re: 3d print T34
« on: May 14, 2022, 06:02:38 PM »
its really nice what you said but i am not the désigner ! I dont have the patience and the program to do that! i get the files at that Guy have designed some tanks. the price of the files are low for the quality of the parts. the manual is perfect, like a tamya. they take long time to assemble but are easy to print and if your printer is calibrated you will have very few corrections to do

And I thought it was your work.
In any case, this is great work. I would like to see photos of your work - in maximum resolution.
I know a holy man who presented to the world an excellent model of the KV-1 tank, in 1:10 scale!
This is great work! And his build guide is incredible!

If my homemade printer would print, at least in half the quality cases, like yours, I would start printing.

I really like the KV-1 tank from the tanks of the USSR, and there are favorite tanks from the Second World War of the USA and Germany.

Show and Tell / Re: 3d print T34
« on: May 14, 2022, 05:13:43 PM »
I would like to have such skills and experience in designing such models!
Alas, I am too old for this.
I have a lot of projects that I have thought about to the fullest, but I face only one problem - I do not have the knowledge and skills to draw them.

All I can do is solder and design a bit, thanks to LukeZ's advice and answers on this forum.

You are a great guy!

Show and Tell / Re: 3d print T34
« on: May 13, 2022, 04:57:30 PM »
What a beautiful print!!!

What printer did this?

This is very, very high quality work!

Open Panzer Help / Re: IR Receiver doesnt work
« on: February 15, 2022, 01:58:03 PM »
LukeZ! Thanks, that's what I needed.

One more request. As I understand it from Tamiya Battle Unit - the connection connector has a physical key, the so-called "fool protection" (we have such a saying).

Could someone take the approximate dimensions and take a photo from the side of the connection connector? I want to make a 3d model of this connector.

HM. It turns out that Heng Long has no hit indication in the apple and so on.
I did not know.
They gave me a gift tank without an IR-combat system.

Open Panzer Help / Re: IR Receiver doesnt work
« on: February 14, 2022, 03:00:33 PM »
I would like to take this opportunity to ask. Can someone take a photo of the tamiya apple pinout for me?

And other apples.

I spread the connector for it on my versions of the boards. But I am opposed to crossing wires.

I will be very grateful if they take a photo with pinout marks.

Please, directly on the photo - mark the assignment of the pins to the tamiya apple in order to exclude such problems in the future and I will put it in the manual.

Thank you in advance.

P.S. On my boards - I tried everything. Everything is working. True, one day - my test tank began to work in the mode of a repair vehicle.

For a long time I could not understand if it was interference or something else. But I bought myself a microscope for my birthday. It turned out the output from the microchip was badly soldered.

But now I have a great tool. Bad soldering is not terrible for us!

P.S. The bear is also happy with the new tool.

TCB Dev / Re: Flashing Bootloader to Blank ATmega2560
« on: February 12, 2022, 08:30:17 AM »
The process to flash a new bootloader is always the same. It always starts by erasing the chip completely, even if the chip doesn't have anything on it to erase.

Well, if it works like that, I'll definitely try it.

I just wanted to be sure by taking the chip from the store, flash the bootloader, and be sure that everything was flashed correctly, and be sure that it was not the old bootloader that remained there, but I sewed up a new one.

Still, this is still difficult for me.

TCB Dev / Re: Flashing Bootloader to Blank ATmega2560
« on: February 10, 2022, 05:01:03 PM »
Dear LukeZ!

I'm probably not very beautiful, I write correctly in your language.

You see, I'm used to everything - to check at the maximum level of complexity.

I simply have to, before posting my version to the public - check everything so that it is for everyone who wants to repeat my experience - it's understandable for repetition!

I honestly have little understanding of programming through USBasp. And fuzes.

If you can tell me - how to erase the chip, and turn it into a state - "just rolled off the assembly line" - I will be grateful!

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