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Red status: Contents of this chapter still need software development. Do not write it yet.
Blue status: Software development of this chapter is finished. You can write/update it and take screenshots.
Green status: Documentation of this chapter is finished and ready for translation.

Guidelines to collaborate: https://sailoog.gitbooks.io/openplotter-...ation.html

Chapters:
  • Introduction(link)
  • FAQ
  • How to collaborate (link)
    • Documentation (link)
  • How does it work?
  • What do you need? (link)
    • Self powered USB Hub (link)
    • USB WiFi dongle (link)
    • USB GPS dongle (link)
    • NMEA 0183 to USB converter (link)
    • CAN-USB Stick (link)
    • USB DVB-T dongle (link)
    • IMU sensor (link)
    • Environment sensors (link)
    • 1W temperature sensor (link)
  • Wiring I2C sensors
  • OP Tabs (link)

... We are reviewing the rest of chapters to evaluate the status...
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#2
Suggested an addition to the NMEA 0183 to USB page:

"In general, if you have a TX+ and a TX- and/or a RX- and RX+ you have a RS422 interface. If you ave a RX and a TX and a ground you have an RS232 interface"

created a pull request.
Of course open for discussion or rejection if not true or incorrect
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#3
(07-24-2017, 05:52 PM)Sjoerd02 Wrote: Suggested an addition to the NMEA 0183 to USB page:

"In general, if you have a TX+ and a TX- and/or a RX- and RX+ you have a RS422 interface. If you ave a RX and a TX and a ground you have an RS232 interface"

created a pull request.
Of course open for discussion or rejection if not true or incorrect

Merged, thanks!
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#4
i have done a little update on this page submited for your approval .
https://sailoog.gitbooks.io/openplotter-...eiver.html
SDR receiver updated
https://www.dropbox.com/s/ckrt51f6yfkz71w/aisodf.odt?dl=0
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#5
Compass page should be updated with this wisdom from Sean:

The calibration is automatic and continuous unless you "lock" it.

The calibration window, is only a client and just a visual display. There can be any number of these. You can connect to the pypilot server to see the calibration on a remote host by typing "pypilot_calibration host" on the command line.

The calibration only determines the 3 compass bias, the overall magnetic field strength and the inclination. These values need to be continuously updated to ensure correct operation.

It doesn't find the alignment to level (2 angles) or the alignment to the compass (1 angle) which need to be manually set whenever the sensors are remounted in the boat.
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#6
Thanks. Working on the new docs now: https://docs.sailoog.com/openplotter-v1-x-x
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