9Xtreme being released to the public domain (opensource)

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Post by jhsa » Thu Mar 14, 2019 4:42 pm

Hey, is that the PCB only, or is it populated?? :)

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Post by Riktar » Thu Mar 14, 2019 10:04 pm

I would like to throw in my request for 1 or 2, depending on price.

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Post by mmilan » Fri Mar 15, 2019 10:01 am

I am also interested in a board hopefully populated but a PCB only would be ok too.

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Post by rlohmann » Thu Jul 11, 2019 7:39 pm

I am also interested in a board, PCB only would be fine for me. :)

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Re: 9Xtreme being released to the public domain (opensource)

Post by AceG » Wed Aug 28, 2019 8:28 am

Hi Staggie,

I am also interested in upgrading a Turnigy 9x and maybe a couple of Spektrum dx8s using 9Xtreme-2 boards. I'd prefer to get fully populated boards, but my soldering skills are certainly up to the task of working with these. If you are able to have some made, I would like two or 3 9Xtreme-2 upgrade boards. I'm looking forward to trying this - sounds like a blast. If I can't get these, I will probably buy some Taranis X9D boards for those Spektrum TXs.

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Re: 9Xtreme being released to the public domain (opensource)

Post by bob195558 » Wed Aug 28, 2019 10:27 am

Staggie wrote:
Thu Mar 14, 2019 1:58 pm
Hi All,
Sorry for the delayed reply, have been on holidays and flat out with work and not enough time for the toys.
Over the weekend and next week I will look into getting some made and see what the price is going to look like,
at least with a few people wanting might make my wallet feel a little nicer.
Cheers,
Kym
Hi Kym (Staggie),
There are some people who are wanting to be able to purchase 9Xtreme upgrade boards.
Were you able to look into getting some new 9Xtreme boards made ? :?:
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Post by jhsa » Wed Aug 28, 2019 4:52 pm

The 9xtreme board was designed for the Turnigy / FlySky 9x radio, it won't work with Spektrum radios.

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Re: 9Xtreme being released to the public domain (opensource)

Post by Mayfly » Tue Sep 10, 2019 3:22 pm

Would there be any reason the 9X radio would only recognize one 9Xtreme board STM32 chip? I am asking because I made a couple of the boards from the files provided and can only get one of them to work. When I transfer the STM32 chip from the working 9xtreme board to the other 9Xtreme board, the board I transferred it to now works, so I know each board works individually. When I add a brand new STM32 chip, and flash it, all the 9X displays is the 9Xtreme r00.3 message which I know to be on the 9X chip. I have tried with 2 separate STM32 chips and do not understand why I can't get it to work. STM32 chips are all from the same seller and same roll. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

May

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Re: 9Xtreme being released to the public domain (opensource)

Post by trinhthinh38 » Wed Sep 11, 2019 10:51 am

Hello,
Can anyone help me this please?
These things are not available in my place:
IS31AP2005
74LVC1G14
74VHCT125
VC1G126
POGO MF200-2121
Please tell me what i can replace these things !!
Thank you

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Re: 9Xtreme being released to the public domain (opensource)

Post by Mayfly » Thu Sep 12, 2019 12:05 am

trinhthinh38 wrote:
Wed Sep 11, 2019 10:51 am
Hello,
Can anyone help me this please?
These things are not available in my place:
IS31AP2005
74LVC1G14
74VHCT125
VC1G126
POGO MF200-2121
Please tell me what i can replace these things !!
Thank you
I believe I purchased all of those parts through Digikey. I replaced the POGO MF200-2121 with ED9003-ND. I am in the US, but they ship internationally also.

May

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Re: 9Xtreme being released to the public domain (opensource)

Post by gunner768 » Thu Sep 12, 2019 7:55 pm

Hello all,

I am about to get a few boards printed but, after reading through the thread a few times, it looks like some changes were needed to make the boards correct/safe. Do the Production Files that Staggie uploaded contain those changes? If not, does anyone have production ready files with the required changes? Preferably already packaged so it is an easy upload to oshpark, I can change naming conventions if needed. These will be my first professionaly printed circuit boards so I want to make sure I get all the changes on there that need to be. Assuming everything comes out as planned, and I dont burn out the first board or anything weird, I may have a couple extra if anyone is interested also.

Please let me know so I can get these made! Excited to have a new project to work on!

-David

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Re: 9Xtreme being released to the public domain (opensource)

Post by trinhthinh38 » Fri Sep 27, 2019 5:26 am

Mayfly wrote:
Thu Sep 12, 2019 12:05 am

I believe I purchased all of those parts through Digikey. I replaced the POGO MF200-2121 with ED9003-ND. I am in the US, but they ship internationally also.

May

Thanks for replying me :D
I have another question :)
Can I replace the RT7251A with the RT7251B and replace some caps with higher capacitance caps ?

Thank you


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