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April 28, 2015, at 04:45 PM by 193.104.54.1 -
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**Version 1.5.6-r2 appears to be the latest that will compile Arduinotx without errors.
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**Version 1.5.6-r2 appears to be the latest that will compile this software without errors.
April 28, 2015, at 04:43 PM by 193.104.54.1 -
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* Install the [[http://www.arduino.cc/en/Main/OldSoftwareReleases#previous|Arduino IDE]]. '''Version 1.0.6 is recommended'''.\\
Newer versions are known to issue compilation
errors.\\
If you manage
to solve these errors with a newer version of the IDE, please [[Main.Contact|keep me posted]].
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* Install the [[http://www.arduino.cc/en/Main/OldSoftwareReleases#previous|Arduino IDE]]:
**Version 1
.0.6 is recommended.
**Version 1
.5.6-r2 appears to be the latest that will compile Arduinotx without errors.
**Newer versions are known to issue compilation errors. If you manage to solve these errors please [[Main.Contact|keep me posted]].
April 27, 2015, at 01:24 PM by 193.104.54.1 -
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* Install the [[http://www.arduino.cc/en/Main/OldSoftwareReleases#1.0.x|Arduino IDE]]. '''Version 1.0.5 is recommended'''.\\
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* Install the [[http://www.arduino.cc/en/Main/OldSoftwareReleases#previous|Arduino IDE]]. '''Version 1.0.6 is recommended'''.\\
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If you manage to solve these errors with the latest version of the IDE, please [[Main.Contact|keep me posted]].
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If you manage to solve these errors with a newer version of the IDE, please [[Main.Contact|keep me posted]].
April 27, 2015, at 12:48 PM by 193.104.54.1 -
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If you manage to solve these errors with the latest version of the IDE, please keep me posted.
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If you manage to solve these errors with the latest version of the IDE, please [[Main.Contact|keep me posted]].
April 27, 2015, at 12:46 PM by 193.104.54.1 -
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* Install the [[http://arduino.cc/en/Main/Software|Arduino IDE]]. Version 1.0.1 or later is required.
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* Install the [[http://www.arduino.cc/en/Main/OldSoftwareReleases#1.0.x|Arduino IDE]]. '''Version 1.0.5 is recommended'''.\\
Newer versions are known to issue compilation errors.\\
If you manage to solve these errors with the latest version of the IDE, please keep me posted
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October 23, 2014, at 01:18 PM by 78.248.132.152 -
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At this point, the Arduino is running the software.
*If the built-in led and the buzzer are playing the [[Main.LedCodes|EEPROM alarm code]], it means that you must initialize the Arduino's EEPROM: read the [[Cmd.Eeprom|Initializing the EEPROM]] page to learn how to perform this initialization.
*If your servos are moving erratically when you set the sticks near their minimum or maximum position, enter [[Main.Command|Command mode]] and change [[Cmd.ChanVars|variables PWL and PWH]] for each channel. The default values (PWL=720, PWH=2200) are beyond the standard and setting PWL=900 and PWH=2100 will fix this issue.
 
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* At this point, the software installation is complete.\\
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'''Notice:''' If your servos are moving erratically when you set the sticks near their minimum or maximum position, enter [[Main.Command|Command mode]] and change [[Cmd.ChanVars|variables PWL and PWH]] for each channel. The default values (PWL=720, PWH=2200) are beyond the standard and setting PWL=900 and PWH=2100 will fix this issue.
 
October 23, 2014, at 01:15 PM by 78.248.132.152 -
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* If this is the first time that you are uploading the software [[Main.HardwareCheck|follow this procedure]] to check if your Arduino board is working fine.
June 24, 2014, at 07:16 AM by 193.104.54.1 -
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At this point, the Arduino is running the software.\\
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At this point, the Arduino is running the software.
*If the built-in led and the buzzer are playing the [[Main.LedCodes|EEPROM alarm code]], it means that you must initialize the Arduino's EEPROM: read the [[Cmd.Eeprom|Initializing the EEPROM]] page to learn how to perform this initialization.
*If your servos are moving erratically when you set the sticks near their minimum or maximum position, enter [[Main.Command|Command mode]] and change [[Cmd.ChanVars|variables PWL and PWH]] for each channel. The default values (PWL=720, PWH=2200) are beyond the standard and setting PWL=900 and PWH=2100 will fix this issue.
 
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If the built-in led and the buzzer are playing the [[Main.LedCodes|EEPROM alarm code]], it means that you must initialize the Arduino's EEPROM: read the [[Cmd.Eeprom|Initializing the EEPROM]] page to learn how to perform this initialization.

If your servos are moving erratically when you set the sticks near their minimum or maximum position, enter [[Main.Command|Command mode]] and change [[Cmd.ChanVars|variables PWL and PWH]] for each channel. Their default values (PWL=720, PWH=2200) are beyond the standard and it is safer to set PWL=900 and PWH=2100.
 
June 23, 2014, at 03:58 PM by 193.104.54.1 -
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June 23, 2014, at 03:57 PM by 193.104.54.1 -
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If your servos are moving erratically when you set the sticks near their minimum or maximum position, enter [[Main.Command|Command mode]] and change [[Cmd.ChanVars|variables PWL and PWH]] for each channel. Their default values (PWLx=720, PWHx=2200) are beyond the standard and it is safer to set PWLx=900 and PWHx=2100.
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If your servos are moving erratically when you set the sticks near their minimum or maximum position, enter [[Main.Command|Command mode]] and change [[Cmd.ChanVars|variables PWL and PWH]] for each channel. Their default values (PWL=720, PWH=2200) are beyond the standard and it is safer to set PWL=900 and PWH=2100.
June 23, 2014, at 03:52 PM by 193.104.54.1 -
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* If the built-in led and the buzzer are playing the [[Main.LedCodes|EEPROM alarm code]], it means that you must initialize the Arduino's EEPROM: read the [[Cmd.Eeprom|Initializing the EEPROM]] page to learn how to perform this initialization.
* If your servos are moving erraticaly when potentiometers are set near their minimum or maximum position, enter [[Main.Command|Command mode]] and change [[Cmd.ChanVars|variables PWL and PWH]] for each channel. Their default values (PWLx=720, PWHx=2200) are beyond the standard and it is safer to set PWLx=900 and PWHx=2100.
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If the built-in led and the buzzer are playing the [[Main.LedCodes|EEPROM alarm code]], it means that you must initialize the Arduino's EEPROM: read the [[Cmd.Eeprom|Initializing the EEPROM]] page to learn how to perform this initialization.

If your servos are moving erratically when you set the sticks near their minimum or maximum position, enter [[Main.Command|Command mode]] and change [[Cmd.ChanVars|variables PWL and PWH]] for each channel. Their default values (PWLx=720, PWHx=2200) are beyond the standard and it is safer to set PWLx=900 and PWHx=2100.
June 23, 2014, at 03:50 PM by 193.104.54.1 -
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Refer to the [[Main.Documentation|Documentation]] to adjust your transmitter's settings and configure your models.\\
If
the built-in led and the buzzer are playing the [[Main.LedCodes|EEPROM alarm code]], it means that you must initialize the Arduino's EEPROM: read the [[Cmd.Eeprom|Initializing the EEPROM]] page to learn how to perform this initialization.
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Refer to the [[Main.Documentation|Documentation]] to adjust your transmitter's settings and configure your models.
* If the built-in led and the buzzer are playing the [[Main.LedCodes|EEPROM alarm code]], it means that you must initialize the Arduino's EEPROM: read the [[Cmd.Eeprom|Initializing the EEPROM]] page to learn how to perform this initialization.
* If your servos are moving erraticaly when potentiometers are set near their minimum or maximum position, enter [[Main.Command|Command mode]] and change [[Cmd.ChanVars|variables PWL and PWH]] for each channel. Their default values (PWLx=720, PWHx=2200) are beyond the standard and it is safer to set PWLx=900 and PWHx=2100
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June 09, 2014, at 05:56 AM by 78.248.132.152 -
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** Download the arduinorc archive: this file is named like "arduinorc_(version)_(release_date).tgz", eg ''/arduinorc_v1.4.0_20130910T220007.tgz''
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** Download the latest arduinorc archive: this file is named like "arduinorc_(version)_(release_date).tgz": ''/arduinorc_v1.5.5_20140608T223931.tgz''
June 08, 2014, at 03:33 PM by 78.248.132.152 -
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* Customize the software for your needs: edit the "Hardware" section of the file arduinotx_transmitter.h
** CHANNELS : 6 by default, max = 9
** NPOTS :  6 by default, max = 8
** NSWITCHES : 1 by default, max = 6
** BUZZER_ENABLED : comment out this line if you do not need a buzzer
** BATCHECK_ENABLED : comment out this line if you do not need battery monitoring
* Upload
the software into the Arduino: ''File / Upload''
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* Customize the software for your needs: edit the arduinotx_config.h file
* Compile and upload
the software into the Arduino: ''File / Upload''
May 04, 2014, at 04:28 PM by 78.248.132.152 -
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'''Prerequisite''': 
* Before using the software, review its licensing and warranty conditions in the [[README]] file.
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'''Prerequisite''':
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* Customize the software for your needs: edit the "Hardware" section of the file arduinotx_transmitter.h
** CHANNELS : 6 by default, max = 9
** NPOTS :  6 by default, max = 8
** NSWITCHES : 1 by default, max = 6
** BUZZER_ENABLED : comment out this line if you do not need a buzzer
** BATCHECK_ENABLED : comment out this line if you do not need battery monitoring
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* Finally, [[Main.RestoreSettings|Restore your settings]].
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* Finally, [[Main.RestoreSettings|restore your settings]].
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'''Software update procedure''':
* If you are using an older version of the Arduinorc software, you must first [[Main.SaveSettings|save your settings]] before installing this new version
* Perform the installation as described below
* Initialize the EEPROM with the [[Cmd.Eeprom|INIT command]]
* Finally, [[Main.RestoreSettings|Restore your settings]].

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If the built-in led and the buzzer are playing the [[Main.LedCodes|EEPROM alarm code]], it means that the Arduino's EEPROM is not initialized: read the [[Cmd.Eeprom|Initializing the EEPROM]] page to learn how to perform this initialization.
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If the built-in led and the buzzer are playing the [[Main.LedCodes|EEPROM alarm code]], it means that you must initialize the Arduino's EEPROM: read the [[Cmd.Eeprom|Initializing the EEPROM]] page to learn how to perform this initialization.
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If the built-in led is flashing the [[Main.LedCodes|EEPROM alarm code]], it means that the Arduino's EEPROM is not initialized: read the [[Cmd.Eeprom|Initializing the EEPROM]] page to learn how to perform this initialization.
to:
If the built-in led and the buzzer are playing the [[Main.LedCodes|EEPROM alarm code]], it means that the Arduino's EEPROM is not initialized: read the [[Cmd.Eeprom|Initializing the EEPROM]] page to learn how to perform this initialization.
September 10, 2013, at 08:31 PM by 78.248.132.152 -
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** Download the arduinorc archive: this file is named like "arduinorc_(version)_(release_date).tgz", eg ''arduinorc_v1.3.0_20130706T145656.tgz''
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** Download the arduinorc archive: this file is named like "arduinorc_(version)_(release_date).tgz", eg ''/arduinorc_v1.4.0_20130910T220007.tgz''
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* Plug the USB cable into the Arduino. Warning: the FTDI FT232RL chip on the Nano works only if the board is being powered over USB. So, if you have connected a power source to your Nano +5V pin, you must turn it off before connecting the USB cable: open the SwArduino switch.
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* Plug the USB cable into the Arduino. Warning: the FTDI FT232RL chip on the Nano works only if the board is being powered over USB. So, if you have connected a power source to your Nano +5V pin, you must turn it off before connecting the USB cable: open the SwMain switch.
 
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