Hi xxcysxx and h-elsner,
Hmm, this could be a bit more difficult one. Here are something that came to my mind:
The Q500 Typhoon GUI, available here: Downloads - Typhoon Q500 4K, but that might need a complete Q500 drone. Worth trying still, I think, if it could behave a different way when an ESC is attached, instead of a complete drone (well, likely not..). I used to do some things with Aero few years back, but I do not recall any ESC ID assignment command. Could there be a command-line tool inside the Aero's Linux system for assigning the ID?
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Here is the TAP_ESC driver from PX4 that drives the Yuneec's UART ESCs, however I did not find anything of interest regarding setting the ID in there: PX4/Firmware
Try that Q500 GUI first, let's think our next steps after that.
Hi Toni, Thank you very much for your response to my inquiries. You have no idea how much the insights you have provided feels like gold to me right now.
I think I have inspected and comb through all of the aero utilities software as best as I could.
Things that I have tried was inspecting their source git repository that builds up their aero-system software, looking for any filenames or indications in codes that leads to either esc programming or uart for that matter. but nothing seems relevant for my use case.
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I will investigate again the typhoon q500 gui software more carefully and update to you with the results.