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I never considered running motor.ino on the esp32.. The esp32 is used to run the pypilot lcd script which gives an additional wireless control through an esp32 and using an attached lcd display.

It would be possible to support analog inputs and even route them to signalk but this just isn't implemented.

Eventually pypilot itself may be able to run on the esp32 but many features would be disabled. This may be useful if the 70 milliamp at 12 volt current draw of the pi zero is too much like for kayaks.

As far a wifi control of the motor controller... I don't really suggest a wifi link in the control loop as it would negatively affect performance.

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Devlopment - by jmj - 2020-11-13, 08:51 AM
RE: Devlopment - by CapnKernel - 2020-11-13, 12:14 PM
RE: Devlopment - by seandepagnier - 2020-11-13, 05:12 PM

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