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misc:hacks:topleddeck [2019-06-04 12:09]
kimberly
misc:hacks:topleddeck [2019-06-04 12:20]
kimberly
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 What we are essentially doing, is that we are flipping the pin-layout of the LED deck so that it is compatible to be put on the top of the Crazyflie. What we are essentially doing, is that we are flipping the pin-layout of the LED deck so that it is compatible to be put on the top of the Crazyflie.
  
-The image below shows how you should solder the wiring. The **Gnd** (ground),** IO2**, **OW** (deck single wire memory), and **VCOM** (power supply). Please check out this [[projects:​crazyflie2:​expansionboards:​index|page]] to confirm for yourself ​what the pin-outs of the expansion decks are+The image below shows how you should solder the wiring. The **Gnd** (ground),** IO2**, **OW** (deck single wire memory), and **VCOM** (power supply). Please check out this [[projects:​crazyflie2:​expansionboards:​index|page]] to familiarize ​yourself ​with the pin-outs of the expansion decks. ​
  
  
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 <WRAP center round important 60%> <WRAP center round important 60%>
-We did not connect **IO3** on purpose since the Flow deck v2 is already using this for it's own, or else the LED deck and Flow deck will conflict with each other'​s communication with the Crazyflie.+We did not connect **IO3** on purpose since the Flow deck v2 is already using this, or else the LED deck and Flow deck will conflict with each other'​s communication with the Crazyflie. ​However, the LED deck should work as well without the IO3 connected
 </​WRAP>​ </​WRAP>​
  
-The battery holder deck can be glued on the LED-deck or attached with some tape.The wiring and soldering ​is done a bit crude for now to clearly show how to do this, however if you would like the wiring not to be shown as clearly as nowit should be easy to do with thinner wires and basic soldering skills. =)+The battery holder deck can be glued on the LED-deck or attached with some tape.The wiring and soldering ​are done a bit crude for now to clearly show how to do this, however if you would like the wiring not to be shown as clearly as it is herethis should be easy to fix with thinner wires and basic soldering skills. =)
  
 __Please pay attention to that the orientation of the LED deck is now different__. We put the battery holder on the side to prevent any connections to short with the LED deck, but now you would need to indicate the new '​front'​ of the LED deck. On the bottom left picture we show it with a sticker. __Please pay attention to that the orientation of the LED deck is now different__. We put the battery holder on the side to prevent any connections to short with the LED deck, but now you would need to indicate the new '​front'​ of the LED deck. On the bottom left picture we show it with a sticker.
misc/hacks/topleddeck.txt · Last modified: 2019-06-04 12:20 by kimberly