Onderwerp: Zweefportaal - Alles over zweefvliegen :: ADS-B: Het grote kabeltjestopic

Geplaatst door Mark den Besten op 15-12-2009 22:50
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Het is beter om bij "messages" navigation only te kiezen. Baud rate 4800 is niet zo gek veel. Wanneer je "Navigation and Flarm" kiest, dan loop je het risico dat de data niet allemaal over het lijntje passen.


Hoe zit het dan met de weergave van kisten op je externe led-display en/of butterfly display?


Dat zit op een andere poort....

The back-side of FLARM offers some connectors for power and bidirectional data. FLARM hardware version 1 (shipped in 2004) has one RJ45 connector. FLARM hardware version 2 (shipped in 2005) and later versions have one RJ45 and one RJ12 connector. The RJ45 is the power/data, the RJ12 is the extension port. Both ports use the FAI/IGC pin specification5 for these connectors. An additional pin supplies 3V and 90 mA at maximum to 3rd party devices. Both ports have a bidirectional serial interface (RS232) that can be used to work with the data as described in this document. There are some differences between these two ports described in this document. Simple 3rd party devices should normally be connected to the extension port (if available), advanced PDAapplications should use the data port (always available). The two ports are completely separated.

De "advanced PDAapplication" is in ons verhaal de transponder.

Gewijzigd door Mark den Besten op 15-12-2009 22:52