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  • in reply to: Introduce Yourself #1540
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    the relais story is a little bit wired. I ve a concept already but i did not tested it so far. I am going to use 2 peaces of NAI2W-K to switch the 4 n20 s from serial to parallel alignment. The Power supply for all the motors is a Thor 14 Controller (RC Part) so it should be controlled like a servo. The output line i am going to split in two parts. Each will serve a group of 2 Motors. As you know if you put two motors in a line (serial) they are working like a differential if you put them side by side (parallel) both will turn the same all the time. So this is what i want to switch. First i dreamed of doing it axial but so far i ve learned that it seams to be possible just radial. From the physics it seams to be the same, especially at the 9560R. It also will need one extra relais.And those which i could get so far are switching at around 7 volts so thats also bad. I dont know if this will ever work. At the first attempt i ve letted the diffs open //axial serial – radial parallel from the motordriver to the 4 Motors //. It worked really fine. So if i cant figure it out i will do it the old way again.

    in reply to: RC Tractor Guy Controller PCB #1517
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    of course for development purpose a IR on board would be handsome, but in general 2,4 is squeezing them out of business. I dont have to tell you about sunlight distortion and so on. For me personally it is not the most important thing. Because of Siku, its what it is – the best Working Kids Farming Toy you can get. For a real adult enthusiast its not that superior because of the low level of power, the leak of AWD and so on .. I really love siku and i talked to the management in germany, if they are not interested in cooperate more with the modelmaker sceen but they are solid set up at the moment and there will not be any changes. Up to now they are offering 3 different control systems in there vehicles so this is to much afford to reprogram a transmitter. I will rather take out whats in and replace it with arduino if i use a Siku control. Rather i will go forward with DIY Cast and build it up by my selfe. I want to attach a link here which i think you should see. Make your own opinion but the guy who wrote it is the same who sells the truck… at least when you want to start, we should contact him eventually. This is a german forum but the most of the tread is in english. I am wondering about those special “connections” behind ..
    interesting issui

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    in reply to: RC Trumpeter 1:35 steyer 12M18 /American version Iraq #1511
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    The axles in that build are ssmt, you dont get them anywhere anymore. This is over but here i give you the link for this cool (fort)truck i told you about .. those axels are much better than the ssmt, but in the same tiny sice. If you dont like this link its ok for me if you delete the post.

    Tiny RCCAR Truck Hardware

    all this parts can be used for microbuilds from about 1:35 to 1:24 scale. The plastic axels are very durable but i dont think they can be used with diecast models like siku. It would be to heavy ,, the metal ones instead should do the job but as you said already they are a little pricy. The sound unit is very interesting as far as i know it is programable.

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    in reply to: RC Tractor Guy Controller PCB #1510
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    Hi mister mastercheeftinkerer ๐Ÿ˜‰ this is outstanding i am freaking out totally! Love it .. perfect. Need to get one asap.
    Congretulations to the perfect result of your effort.

    in reply to: Introduce Yourself #1488
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    Hi to all,

    I am happy to be here finally. I am reading the tractor guy website since years now and follow him on youtube. Its very great work what he is doing. Most happy i am about that he is a specialist in arduino s and offering all his know-how to me as a noop. So let me say thank you for that, tractor guy ๐Ÿ˜‰ You are the reason for me buying as much as arduino stuff that i have a little storage where i can grab from. Currently i work on a John Deere 9560 4WD via n20. I am planning to close and open the differential via a relais. Everything is finished and just waits for the implementation of rc. I think it would be good to wait for your new controller PCB and finish everything else like the headlights until. I will put some pictures in the tractor section later.

    But i built something else in my carrier as a modeler from very little flying aircraft to 1:35 4WD trucks and so on.
    I am also racing mini Z s. This is a little less scale but more race and a lot of technics.

    So i hope everything is growing a little, all the best 3220

    in reply to: RC Tractor Guy Controller PCB #1487
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    Hi tractor guy, happy new year..I am very exited about your progress so far and looking forward to the finished version. I cant wait making public what you are dooing ;-). I think the number will climb high. By the way i ve ordered the little truck which i showed up with at our last conversation. Just the imagination of the potential of a combination is amazing. Please if you can, don t wait to long. Market is hot for what you have ..
    At one of your vids at yout.. i ve learned that you think about controlling aerial vehicles to? How fast is the responding time of your rcdevelopment now is there any noticeable delay at the model receiving and proceeding commands? And i think i heard something about you are working on a PCB for the Model also?
    lots of questions ,,

    yours W

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