Guytranspo

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  1. Those suggestions are great. Thank you very much.
  2. Thanks for the help with the dip switches. That is certainly an option. I am wondering if there is a way to do the same thing with buttons instead of switches. Essentially, I would like to select the channels by using up and down buttons in the same manner as on the Fatshark goggles. I would be using them with 1.3 and 2.4 modules with only 7 channels.
  3. Okay. Sorry for the duplicate. I didn't know where to put it. Thank you
  4. I am working on a project to use external Rx modules on Fatshark Transformer goggles. My solution works with modules that have onboard channel selection, LaForge, etc., but I would like the option to use Fatshark 1.3 and 2.4 modules. The problem is channel selection. Can anyone explain the circuitry in Fatshark goggles that allows channel selection with the buttons on the goggles? Could I construct something that would allow me to accomplish the same thing on an external board? Thanks
  5. I am wondering if you can comment on whether a receiver such as the Laforge or Furious could work with the Headplay. I don't know enough about the electronics side of this to know whether it would be as simple as using the pin-outs on the other receivers to connect them to the Headplays. I would appreciate any input that you could offer. Thanks, Guy
  6. I understand. I will look into other options for the printing. Thanks again for the instructional post on the diversity option. I understand. I will look into other printing options. Thanks again for the instructional post. I'm looking forward to having diversity in my Headplays. One more question. Have you looked into using the LaForge firmware with your system?
  7. Great project! I am wondering if you would consider selling a set of the 3D printed components. I can handle the electronics but will have difficulty with the case. Thanks