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Which Hardware ?
#1
Hello all !
As I am searching to build a new brain for my ST2000+, I don't know which hardware to buy tu use with pypilot.
There is many references in many shops but most of them are no more available.
I already know that I need a:
 Arduino board style, which one to choose ?
 IMU card, which one to choose ?
 motor controller, which one to choose ?
etc. ...
What are your experiences ?

Thank you for your answear, sorry for my english, I'm french  Smile
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#2
There are many options. For a minimal setup you need arduino nano, icm20948, raspberry pi. Check the workbook:
https://github.com/pypilot/workbook/wiki

I have simplified the options and effort with products:
https://pypilot.org/store/
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#3
(2022-06-15, 03:45 PM)seandepagnier Wrote: There are many options.   For a minimal setup you need arduino nano,  icm20948,  raspberry pi.  Check the workbook:
https://github.com/pypilot/workbook/wiki

I have simplified the options and effort with products:
https://pypilot.org/store/

Hello Sean,
thanks for your answear,
the wiki that I've read fully does not precise the components Smile
by the way I'd like to build it from scratch even if you allready did the work in your store because I like to understand what I make and how it's work.
Regards
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#4
Check the schematics:
https://github.com/pypilot/pypilot_schematics
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#5
I have done this in the past, from which you might find some inspiration, and just yesterday received self-designed PCB's to make a spare one.

[Image: 174482872-79abf117-cca2-4db0-ad9e-ee23093eddce.png]

EDIT details here: https://github.com/marcobergman/pypilot_conversion
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#6
(2022-06-19, 02:16 PM)ironman Wrote: I have done this in the past, from which you might find some inspiration, and just yesterday received self-designed PCB's to make a spare one.

[Image: 174482872-79abf117-cca2-4db0-ad9e-ee23093eddce.png]

EDIT details here: https://github.com/marcobergman/pypilot_conversion
Hello, verry good work, but is far from what I'm abble to do Smile
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