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Re: [Paparazzi-devel] Configuration of a distance based autoshoot functi

From: Balazs GATI
Subject: Re: [Paparazzi-devel] Configuration of a distance based autoshoot function with Yapa2
Date: Thu, 20 Sep 2012 11:27:54 +0200
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Not exactly. If you use the dc.xml settings file, you will get a tab named "dc". The second parameter on the tab is "dc_autoshoot". If you set the value of 1, (and commit) the camera will start shoot periodic.
If you set to 0, the camera will stop to shoot.


2012.09.19. 0:40 keltezéssel, Jorn Anke írta:
Thanks for clarifying. My adc channels are not in use, so I can use one
of them. I can however not find any reference to their pin_nr or
pin_bank on the Yapa2 wiki for, for setting:

     <define name="DC_SHUTTER_LED" value="#"/>
     <define name="LED_6_BANK" value="#"/>
     <define name="LED_6_PIN" value="#"/>

During testing, I also found out adc1 -or 2 (the one closest to the usb)
was constantly high +3.3V. Is this as it should be?

Balazs,I did try tofollow your advice to: "test the hardware on the ground in 
periodic mode (you can start it
manualy in the GCS)".
In the "Modules" tab on the gcs, there is a module named "led_cam_ctrl_p" which 
can be started or stopped.
Can I use this switch to start/stop e.g. the periodic/time based trigger?



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