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

From: Felix Ruess
Subject: Re: [Paparazzi-devel] Configuration of a distance based autoshoot function with Yapa2
Date: Fri, 21 Sep 2012 10:39:21 +0200

LED_6 is already defined in the tiny_2.1.h board file which is used by yapa.

  <define name="DC_SHUTTER_LED" value="7"/>
  <define name="LED_7_BANK" value="0"/>
  <define name="LED_7_PIN" value="21"/>
  <define name="USE_LED_7" value="1"/>

Since LED_7 is not defined by default in the tiny_2.1 board file you need to enable it via USE_LED_7 (not USE_LED_7_PIN).

That reminds me: Christophe, how about making board files for yapa as well? I think that would be much nicer than using the tiny_2.1 file (even if they are identical).

Cheers, Felix

On Friday, September 21, 2012, Christophe De Wagter wrote:
You mean that when you measure the "voltage" of the pin IRV it is not changing when you press the shoot button on the groundstation (when dc.xml is included as settings file)

<define name="DC_SHUTTER_LED" value="6"/>
<define name="LED_6_BANK" value="0"/>
<define name="LED_6_PIN" value="21"/>

can you try to also define:

<define name="USE_LED_6_PIN" value="1"/>

Did you mention that the LED is working when you click the shoot? -> In that case it is normal that IRV is not changing because the digital_camera module can NOT do a LED AND IRV at the same time. You must choose 1 of both. 

Hope this solves your last issues. 


On Thu, Sep 20, 2012 at 1:45 AM, Jorn Anke <address@hidden> wrote:

After some more trials and errors, I think I have got most of it right;
- simulations are working fine - with yellow dots when trigger goes active,
- ground testing appears to work; I can get one of the physical led to blink periodically,  (yellow dots and all).
- I also think I have located the correct pins to physically connect the trigger wires to, (IRV, IRH1, IRH2 or ADC4) .

But still, I can't measure any current when the trigger goes active, measuring between both gnd/+3,3V and all the rest of the analog pins.

Any suggestions?



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