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*POT1...POT6: 10k Ohms Linear Potentiometer
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*POT1...POT6: 10kΩ Linear Potentiometer
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*R1: 12k Ohms Resistor; 0.25W
*R2: 10k Ohms Resistor; 0.25W
*R3: 270 Ohms Resistor; 0.25W
*R4, R5: 47k Ohms Resistor; 0.25W
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*R1: 12kΩ Resistor; 0.25W
*R2: 10kΩ Resistor; 0.25W
*R3: 270Ω Resistor; 0.25W
*R4, R5: 47kΩ Resistor; 0.25W
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Any linear potentiometer between 1k Ohms and 20k Ohms will work, but lower values will drain more current from the battery.\\
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Any linear potentiometer between 1kΩ and 20kΩ will work, but lower values will drain more current from the battery.\\
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Any linear potentiometer between 5k Ohms and 20k Ohms will work.\\
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Any linear potentiometer between 1k Ohms and 20k Ohms will work, but lower values will drain more current from the battery.\\
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Any linear potentiometer between 5k Ohms and 20k Ohms will work.\\
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'''Microcontroller:'''\\
The software runs only on ATmega328 boards: Uno, Nano, Pro, Pro Mini, etc.\\
It is not compatible with ATmega2560 or ARM processors.

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October 23, 2014, at 02:54 PM by 78.248.132.152 -
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Connect the module's PPM input pin to [[Main.Ppm|Arduino digital pin D10]]. Depending on your RF module, you may need to lower the PPM signal voltage from the Arduino. Look at your RF module datasheet to find out. My own RF module expected a 2.38V signal, so I used 2 resistors (R1, R2) to lower the 5V output from the Arduino.[[<<]]
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Connect the module's PPM input pin to Arduino digital pin D10. Depending on your RF module, you may need to lower [[Main.Ppm|the PPM signal]] voltage from the Arduino. Look at your RF module datasheet to find out. My own RF module expected a 2.38V signal, so I used 2 resistors (R1, R2) to lower the 5V output from the Arduino.[[<<]]
October 23, 2014, at 02:53 PM by 78.248.132.152 -
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Connect the module's PPM input pin to Arduino digital pin D10. Depending on your RF module, you may need to lower the PPM signal voltage from the Arduino. Look at your RF module datasheet to find out. My own RF module expected a 2.38V signal, so I used 2 resistors (R1, R2) to lower the 5V output from the Arduino.[[<<]]
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Connect the module's PPM input pin to [[Main.Ppm|Arduino digital pin D10]]. Depending on your RF module, you may need to lower the PPM signal voltage from the Arduino. Look at your RF module datasheet to find out. My own RF module expected a 2.38V signal, so I used 2 resistors (R1, R2) to lower the 5V output from the Arduino.[[<<]]
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Connect the module's PPM input pin to Arduino digital pin D10. Depending on your RF module, you may need to lower the PPM signal voltage from the Arduino. Look at your RF module datasheet to find out. My own RF module expected a 2.4V signal, so I used 2 resistors (R1, R2) to lower the 5V output from the Arduino.[[<<]]
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Connect the module's PPM input pin to Arduino digital pin D10. Depending on your RF module, you may need to lower the PPM signal voltage from the Arduino. Look at your RF module datasheet to find out. My own RF module expected a 2.38V signal, so I used 2 resistors (R1, R2) to lower the 5V output from the Arduino.[[<<]]
June 15, 2014, at 09:58 AM by 78.248.132.152 -
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Connect the module's PPM input pin to Arduino digital pin D10. Depending on your RF module, you may need to lower the PPM signal voltage from the Arduino. Look at your RF module datasheet to find out. My own RF module expected a 2.8V signal, so I used 2 resistors (R1, R2) to lower the 5V output from the Arduino.[[<<]]
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Connect the module's PPM input pin to Arduino digital pin D10. Depending on your RF module, you may need to lower the PPM signal voltage from the Arduino. Look at your RF module datasheet to find out. My own RF module expected a 2.4V signal, so I used 2 resistors (R1, R2) to lower the 5V output from the Arduino.[[<<]]
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The battery voltage is measured at the center of the R4,R5 resistor bridge using the A7 analog input. [[Main.BatCheck|Low voltage may trigger an alarm]]. Voltage can be checked manually with the PRINT VOLT command.
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The battery voltage is measured at the center of the R4,R5 resistor bridge using the A7 analog input. [[Main.BatCheck|Low voltage may trigger an alarm]]. Voltage can be checked manually with the [[Cmd.ViewBat|PRINT VOLT]] command.
June 08, 2014, at 01:35 PM by 78.248.132.152 -
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'''Battery monitoring:'''\\
The battery voltage is measured at the center of the R4,R5 resistor bridge using the A7 analog input. [[Main.BatCheck|Low voltage may trigger an alarm]]. Voltage can be checked manually with the PRINT VOLT command.
June 08, 2014, at 01:10 PM by 78.248.132.152 -
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**MODEL_SWITCH_ROTATING: use a 10-positions rotating switch for selecting a model. Connect this switch to analog input A6 (D8 is not used in this case).
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**MODEL_SWITCH_ROTATING: use a 10-positions [[Projects.RotSwich|rotating switch]] for selecting a model. Connect this switch to analog input A6 (D8 is not used in this case).
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**MODEL_SWITCH_ROTATING: use a 10-positions rotating switch for selecting a model
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**MODEL_SWITCH_ROTATING: use a 10-positions rotating switch for selecting a model. Connect this switch to analog input A6 (D8 is not used in this case).
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**MODEL_SWITCH_SIMPLE: use a 2-ways switch for switching between 2 models (this was the default until version 1.4.0)
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**MODEL_SWITCH_SIMPLE: use a 2-positions switch for switching between 2 models (this was the default until version 1.4.0)
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**MODEL_SWITCH_SIMPLE: use a 2-ways switch for switching between 2 models
**MODEL_SWITCH_STEPPING: use a push-button switch for stepping through all models (this is the default)
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**MODEL_SWITCH_SIMPLE: use a 2-ways switch for switching between 2 models (this was the default until version 1.4.0)
**MODEL_SWITCH_STEPPING: use a push-button switch for stepping through all models (this is the
default since version 1.5.5)
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**MODEL_SWITCH_STEPPING: use a push-button switch for stepping through all models
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**MODEL_SWITCH_STEPPING: use a push-button switch for stepping through all models (this is the default)
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*Model switch: connected to Arduino digital pin D8.
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*Model switch: connected to Arduino digital pin D8. The type of this switch depends of the way you prefer to switch models (you select it in arduinotx_config.h):
**MODEL_SWITCH_SIMPLE: use a 2-ways switch for switching between 2 models
**MODEL_SWITCH_STEPPING: use a push-button switch for stepping through all models
**MODEL_SWITCH_ROTATING: use a 10-positions rotating switch for selecting a model

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May 13, 2014, at 08:37 PM by 78.248.132.152 -
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'''PCB implementation:'''
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'''Suggested PCB implementation:'''
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'''See more implementations in the [[Gallery]]'''

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'''Buzzer:'''\\
This piezo buzzer plays the same codes as the LED. Alarm codes are played contiuously with a low pitch, other status codes are played 3 times with a higher pitch.
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*Piezo1: 18mm Piezo Transducer
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->Download the [[http://fritzing.org/media/fritzing-repo/projects/a/arduinorc/fritzing/arduinorc.1.1b.fzz|Fritzing sketch]] to customize your own board.
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->Download the [[http://fritzing.org/media/fritzing-repo/projects/a/arduinorc/fritzing/arduinorc.1.2a.fzz|Fritzing sketch]] to customize your own board.
 
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