Depending on what you are using the steady grip for this may not matter for you, but the steady grip uses a different communication protocol to the camera than the typhoon H. There is a PPM like protocol that steadygrip uses that can only tilt the camera. To use both the tilt and pan functions you have to use the serial mavlink messages.Thank you. When the grip comes to me, because it is still in Germany, I'll play.
I know. Also, I should change the connector to a 6-pins one.Depending on what you are using the steady grip for this may not matter for you, but the steady grip uses a different communication protocol to the camera than the typhoon H. There is a PPM like protocol that steadygrip uses that can only tilt the camera. To use both the tilt and pan functions you have to use the serial mavlink messages.
i have received a api scripting reference very similar to the one used in the ST series. and obfuscated ST10+ source. I was able to de-obfuscate and after a few weeks got a basic understanding. the fine young gentleman who i received this from is not exactly in the right ti get me proprietary material, so i dont thin he wants it to get out in the wild. lol that being said, im on vacation right now, i get back the 21st. shoot me a message then
ok, i get back from vacation on the 21st. when i get back ill see what i can doWow really?! In fact, yes I do! The source for the android app is right here: Fathom App Github
If you were able to get the Fathom App working on a stock ST16, I would be eternally thankful!
I would modify the throttle stick inside for ratchet action instead of centered. Should be easy enough to do. The app is setup this way.
ok, i get back from vacation on the 21st. when i get back ill see what i can do
LOL sometimes it feels that way... I paid a lot of money for the privilege of rescuing this from going into the trash bin too! Actually, I suspect it may already have been IN the trash bin... I am glad I did though because it isn't easy to find these. I can't wait to get it in the water! From the videos, these look to be some of the most agile ROV's out there. But, I have to repair it first and that is proving DIFFICULT...In the US eBay, all goods for sale are got from near to the trash container?
I am assuming that this AP and the connection on the raspberry pi would fit the modern wiring/connection scheme. The tether appears to go straight through (verified quickly). BUT that doesn't really tell me about the wiring between the network cable end, and the plug for the tether. I don't have a way to easily ohm that, and it is a bit of a jumble to trace. Still, I think I put the puzzle pieces together.
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Do you have a link to the schematics? I’ll give converting them a try.PS: The File Repository does contain schematics. I figured out how to open them online at least. Does somebody have a way to convert those to pdf files I can print out and study them??? I tried a couple online converters and got gibberish.