FUNSR1:A toy based on SSR1,Half the price of Handy, surpassing Handy performance

I don’t see any difference between this two update methodes.

I tried to load Tempests firmware but without success. Did you know witch board i have to select in the Arduino IDE? Probably I won’t be able to avoid unscrewing the thing to see what’s been installed.

I remember Khrull had a firmware for SSR1 maybe that one will work? About the board I believe it has an ESP32 on it.

Actually I doubt there’s a code written to cap the maximum speed. In the case of OSR2 it goes as fast as the servo allows, and people had to cap it in the player software.

Good idea, i will also try Khrulls firmware.

I’ve selected “DOIT ESP32 DEVKIT V1” like i have to for Tempests SSR1 but it failed to connect with the FUNSR1.

EDIT: No, Khrulls flash program is also not working, same error message.

@renwoxing could you help us tinkering with this

The driver board and ESP32 used are different, so the firmware parameters are different. Additionally, with the addition of the automatic mode, it cannot be compatible with the current firmware.

The driver board and ESP32 used are different, so the firmware parameters are different. Additionally, with the addition of the automatic mode, it cannot be compatible with the current firmware.

Here are the motor-related parameters. If you wish to increase the maximum speed, you have the following options:

  1. Our board supports a maximum of 50V. Previously, we shipped power supplies of 12V and 24V. Using a higher voltage may yield better performance (it will always be converted to 20V, but different power supplies can provide different currents, so strategies differ).
  2. Shorten the maximum stroke.
  3. You can try adjusting the settings in Multfunplayer. I haven’t tried it before.
  4. For safety, the maximum current code setting during smooth operation is 1A. If you want to increase power, modifying the code is also feasible.

For information on how to modify the code, you can add me on DISCORD.

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Thank you for this information. I will try with higher power supply again.
Do you have your own discord server?

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Ok, the solution for me is to take a power supply with 24V. There are worlds between 12V and 24V powered.