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Re: Dasmikro (TBS Benedini clone)

PostPosted: Tue Nov 12, 2019 5:25 pm
by ModelMaker
Rad_Schuhart wrote:
ModelMaker wrote:Okay, I changed the USB cord and downloaded a different driver. Had to turn of the wifi to get the driver to load manually.
I now have connected and green bar. When I click read Param, should that show me the sound set that is pre-loaded ? It doesn’t seem to populate.
Thanks, MM
https://www.google.ca/amp/s/www.usb-drivers.org/ft232r-usb-uart-driver.html/amp


Nope, even when it is there, it never reads the sound set or individual sounds flashed.
If you want to see it, you need to reflash it.

Thanks, still learning.

Re: Dasmikro (TBS Benedini clone)

PostPosted: Tue Nov 12, 2019 5:46 pm
by Rad_Schuhart
ModelMaker wrote:
Rad_Schuhart wrote:
ModelMaker wrote:Okay, I changed the USB cord and downloaded a different driver. Had to turn of the wifi to get the driver to load manually.
I now have connected and green bar. When I click read Param, should that show me the sound set that is pre-loaded ? It doesn’t seem to populate.
Thanks, MM
https://www.google.ca/amp/s/www.usb-drivers.org/ft232r-usb-uart-driver.html/amp


Nope, even when it is there, it never reads the sound set or individual sounds flashed.
If you want to see it, you need to reflash it.

Thanks, still learning.


Me too, me too.

Re: Dasmikro (TBS Benedini clone)

PostPosted: Wed Nov 13, 2019 3:15 am
by ModelMaker
Well, I have managed to change the sound set, but don’t think that I will be able to control the switching with the Sanwa M12 radio I am using. It doesn’t have any three position switches, only toggle on/off, or momentary on.
I did test all the light patterns using the Flash software, it’s all there. Pretty cool module.

Re: Dasmikro (TBS Benedini clone)

PostPosted: Fri Nov 15, 2019 12:27 am
by ModelMaker
Okay, great news! I found a way to convert the rotary dial on my M12 so it acts like a two way toggle switch. We’re not dead yet.
Now I am able to use the Indirect 2-key coder method to activate the A pin outs.
I can get the engine start sound, but it doesn’t react to throttle inputs.. not sure what I’m missing?
I’ll give you a screen shot.

Re: Dasmikro (TBS Benedini clone)

PostPosted: Fri Nov 15, 2019 9:41 pm
by ModelMaker
So I worked on this again today and found that if I leave the ENGINE TYPE on AUTOSTART the sound set plays in conjunction with throttle inputs. But I can also turn it on/off with the selection method. I can also trigger the A pin outs.

This seems contrary to the Benedini manuals that state that no controls are available when in autostart mode. ?

I also found the the Brake (Break) and Reversing light functions work when programmed using TBS Flash, I assume this only works if your ESC has a brake function.

This unit requires a lot of trial & error so I hope this will help others.

Re: Dasmikro (TBS Benedini clone)

PostPosted: Mon Nov 18, 2019 9:53 am
by Rad_Schuhart
Hi, the micro is using 3ch.
1) Is the throttle responsive one.
2) Is the two functions one. No need to have a three pos switch. You can program your radio to use two normal switches or push buttons.
3) Is the crazy complicated to config 12 functions channel. It helps to have a rotary switch for that, and with the rotary you select one sound, and then with a trigger button you play it. It is very advanced and needs a decent programable radio.

The break and reverse lights work when the board feels you are braking or reversing in your throttle channel, and it has nothing to do with the ESC.

And yep, the unit has a hard learning process, but in this thread and in my blog there is a nice bunch of info, hope it helps.

Re: Dasmikro (TBS Benedini clone)

PostPosted: Fri Jan 03, 2020 9:09 pm
by ModelMaker
Rad_Schuhart have you been able to access the PWM 1-2 outputs A10 & A11? I can open the fields if I choose the mini profile on Flash, but not when I select micro.
Do I need newer version of Flash?

Re: Dasmikro (TBS Benedini clone)

PostPosted: Fri Jan 03, 2020 9:23 pm
by Rad_Schuhart
ModelMaker wrote:Rad_Schuhart have you been able to access the PWM 1-2 outputs A10 & A11? I can open the fields if I choose the mini profile on Flash, but not when I select micro.
Do I need newer version of Flash?


Honestly I have not tested those outputs yet... But for sure newer versions of the flash won't do any good because they are not compatible with the micro, unfortunately :(

Re: Dasmikro (TBS Benedini clone)

PostPosted: Wed Feb 26, 2020 3:03 pm
by wolodya295
Hello.Please tell me which connector is used for programming in the dasmicro mini Board.

Re: Dasmikro (TBS Benedini clone)

PostPosted: Wed Feb 26, 2020 5:13 pm
by jhamm
Hello,
please take a Look at the first posting of this tread.....

Re: Dasmikro (TBS Benedini clone)

PostPosted: Thu Feb 27, 2020 7:14 am
by wolodya295
Good afternoon.Help please.Which connector is needed to connect the DasMikro tbs mini.The photo shows.

Re: Dasmikro (TBS Benedini clone)

PostPosted: Thu Feb 27, 2020 9:32 am
by Rad_Schuhart
wolodya295 wrote:Good afternoon.Help please.Which connector is needed to connect the DasMikro tbs mini.The photo shows.


Hi, that board is the cloned benedini mini. I have no idea about that connector name. I just connected micro pins and done.
Beware, the pirated board usually comes with no teach button. that button is in the picture, but not always comes.

Re: Dasmikro (TBS Benedini clone)

PostPosted: Thu Feb 27, 2020 11:01 am
by wolodya295
Thanks for the answer.Please tell me where you can read about this button, how to use it? and is it possible to program without using a button by connecting to a computer?

Re: Dasmikro (TBS Benedini clone)

PostPosted: Thu Feb 27, 2020 12:03 pm
by Rad_Schuhart
wolodya295 wrote:Thanks for the answer.Please tell me where you can read about this button, how to use it? and is it possible to program without using a button by connecting to a computer?


You can read about that button on the oficial Benedini manuals.
It is indeed possible to program it without the button, but it might be a bit tricky. I explained the "how to" on my website in the benedini tutorial.

Re: Dasmikro (TBS Benedini clone)

PostPosted: Sun Mar 08, 2020 1:36 pm
by wolodya295
Good afternoon. Please tell me how much power to take the speaker on the dasmikro mini. How many watts should a speaker not be and have not burned out? Thanks.

Re: Dasmikro (TBS Benedini clone)

PostPosted: Sun Mar 08, 2020 8:56 pm
by Rad_Schuhart
wolodya295 wrote:Good afternoon. Please tell me how much power to take the speaker on the dasmikro mini. How many watts should a speaker not be and have not burned out? Thanks.


Hi Sir, all your questions are already explained either in the manuals or in my tutorials. Please do read them several times, all the info is there.

Anyway, replying your question, the mini has a sound output of 1.2 Watt.

Re: Dasmikro (TBS Benedini clone)

PostPosted: Tue Mar 10, 2020 8:54 am
by wolodya295
Rad_Schuhart wrote:
wolodya295 wrote:Good afternoon. Please tell me how much power to take the speaker on the dasmikro mini. How many watts should a speaker not be and have not burned out? Thanks.


Hi Sir, all your questions are already explained either in the manuals or in my tutorials. Please do read them several times, all the info is there.

Anyway, replying your question, the mini has a sound output of 1 Watt.


I know that the power of the amplifier is 1.2 W. The question is in dynamics-which to take 1W, 2W,or 3W.To make the sound better and not burn the Board.

Re: Dasmikro (TBS Benedini clone)

PostPosted: Tue Mar 10, 2020 1:22 pm
by jhamm
The question of how much watt is not so important ...
A loudspeaker with the appropriate impedance of 8 ohms is much more important.

Re: Dasmikro (TBS Benedini clone)

PostPosted: Thu Mar 12, 2020 8:22 am
by wolodya295
Hello. I’m asking for help. I can’t sleep for 3 days. I have the trigger device the easiest 4 channels. Explain to me please how to set up the board so that for example there are lights in channel 3 and channel 4 is a car signal. Do not scold me very much, I'm just learning . I watched a bunch of videos and re-read the forum 4 times. I don’t understand how the board understands which channel the light or signal will be in, where it is indicated in the tbs-flash program? Thanks to everyone who wrote.

Re: Dasmikro (TBS Benedini clone)

PostPosted: Thu Mar 12, 2020 4:57 pm
by Grumpy old Git
Another new member to the forum thanks to the great tutorials from Rad! :thumbup: