Hi, didnt know where to put this, so hope its ok here.
I have recently purchased a OSR2+.
I have downloaded the multifunplayer and believe I have figured it out, however, I am not sure how to connect the OSR2+. I have downloaded the CP210x-Universal-Windows-Driver.
Is this right or am I doing something wrong.
Thanks to all.
Edit: I found the on / off switch! However while the device moves slightly when turned on and the fans are going. When I play a video with the scripts, the OSR2+ still doesnt move, it will maybe twitch occasionally.
Any help would be great thanks.
Yes, i have connected it to my PC, Unfortunately, it says disconnected.
I bought from mosaic (I think thats how you spell it) your hobbies customised.
Copy of the firmware? Im afraid not.
What is the Arduino interface?
Are you using the correct voltage power pack for it? What you’re describing is very similar to what I experienced when I tried a lower voltage pack than required. It would turn on, make fan sounds like it was turned on, light up like it was turned on, twitch about occasionally like it was turned on. But wouldn’t work with scripts and the such, until I got the appropriate power pack for it.
Unfortunatly, the kettle plug didnt work, still doing the same thin, its 5v which I believe is the right voltage.
The seriel port only shows COM1, whether or not anything is plugged in.
I guess the next thing I will try is a different USB cable.
I’d recommend downloading the Arduino IDE here, installing it, then running it. It should detect the board and select the correct COM port.
If you see that it does, under Tools->Port from the main menu, then go to Tools->Serial Monitor. If you get a TCode response, you know the board is properly initialized and present. You can then send commands like “L0999S500” and “L0000S500” to raise and lower the arms slowly.
So, downloaded Arduino Interface and good news, i am connected to joyfunplayer, however, i cant open the MPV player.
Also, in MultiFunplayer COM3 has appeared, however, there is a problem connecting to the seriel port.
SO, new problems.