Installing the new Banggood 4 in 1 in Devo 10?

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06 Nov 2016 15:32 #55743 by coolwithpie
I am completely new to the devo modding scene, and I saw this module for the devo 10. The only issue is, I cannot find any documentation about where to solder the 3 pins to the right of the board, more specifically the CSN2401, the CSN2500, and the CSN7105. Help?

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06 Nov 2016 19:15 #55749 by hexfet
This post shows the connection points and config file (it also includes other wires for a 3n1).

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06 Nov 2016 21:14 #55757 by coolwithpie
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Thank you so much!

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20 Feb 2017 16:06 #59374 by aritchie71
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hey guys, i am really interested in installing this to my Devo 10 so that i can use it with other Rx and models.
How easy is it to install and upgrade the firmware etc?
Does this allow me to use it with Frysky/Flysky, Spektrum etc?
Is there anyone in Britain who would be willing to do this for me?

Regards,

Andy.

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10 Mar 2017 02:03 #60069 by Rironlemalin
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try this :


and tell me , i'm waiting for this module

Eric

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16 Mar 2017 19:28 #60256 by compman2
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This video is showing the installation of the 3 in 1 which is much more work than the 4 in 1 module. The 4 in 1 module is a direct plug replacement to the stock module in the Devo 10 making much of the soldering in the video unnecessary.

You simply remove a screw and unplug the origional module. Once done you solder the three module selector wires, one to TMS (pad marked on the board), TCK (pad marked on the board), and B7 another free pad on the board but not labeled.

I did this on my Devo 12E which is almost identical to the Devo10. It is really easy as there are only 3 wires to solder

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16 Mar 2017 21:32 #60259 by Rironlemalin
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First of all, sorry for my english (i'm french, nobody's perfect).
you're right compman2 i'm looking for someone who did it (like in the video topic #600069 just before ).
Are you talking about this video, proud father ?? because there are only 3 wires to solder in the one i 've posted.
Is that a good solution, does it work fine ? TX

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17 Mar 2017 05:19 #60266 by Danik
I'm having issues with the install. Went through the entire process as outlined by JTgravity.

Here's what the inside of the transmitter looks like:


When I turn on the Devo 10, the menu screen shows "Missing modules NRF24101"
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17 Mar 2017 14:24 - 17 Mar 2017 14:33 #60278 by compman2
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Is this they only module that gives you an error? If you say ok do you get additional module errors or only the nrf24l101? If you get no other errors it means that you have three of the four modules working. If you have two modules that don't work it is possible that you have the pin assignments in the hardware.ini file switched between the two. In that case switch A13 and A14 in the hardware.ini file If it is only this module then you need to check the wire that you have connected for that module and the settings in the hardware.ini. I have copied the settings that I used with me 12E which is almost identical to a devo 10 except is has 2 additional pots.

enable-cryf6936 = B12
has_pa-cryf6936 = 1
enable-a7105 = A13
has_pa-a7105 = 1
enable-cc2500 = B7
has_pa-cc2500 = 1
enable-nrf24l01 = A14
has_pa-nrf24l01 = 1

TMS is A13 and TCK is A14 when checking your wiring.

Note that the settings for the hardware.ini are slightly different for different transmitters so if you are using the hardware.ini from say a 7e it won't completely work with a Devo 10.

I couldn't tell from the photos that you sent which of the three wires went to which of the pins. That would be helpful in trouble shooting your error.

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17 Mar 2017 14:46 #60279 by Danik
Thank you so much for your reply.

Here are the pics missing from yesterday.

Yes, I only get that one error.

Daniel
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17 Mar 2017 14:58 #60281 by Danik
When I changed the INI file to place the NRF24101 to A13 and 7105 to A14, the new error msg I get is "missing module A7105".

So seems like A14 is an error. What is A14? Where is the wire that goes to it?

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17 Mar 2017 17:00 #60287 by gdenton
look at this thread:
https://www.deviationtx.com/forum/7-development/5434-3in1-4in1-rf-module?start=940#55157

your hardware.ini should be:

enable-cyrf6936 = B12
has_pa-cyrf6936 = 1
enable-a7105 = A13
has_pa-a7105 = 1
enable-cc2500 = A14
has_pa-cc2500 = 1
enable-nrf24l01 = B7
has_pa-nrf24l01 = 1
; enable-multimod = A13

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17 Mar 2017 17:19 #60290 by compman2
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Danik wrote: When I changed the INI file to place the NRF24101 to A13 and 7105 to A14, the new error msg I get is "missing module A7105".

So seems like A14 is an error. What is A14? Where is the wire that goes to it?


A14 is the pad on the main board below the TMS pad, From your photo it looks like you have the correct pad so you may want to use a multi-meter to check for continuity from the pad to main board to the pad on the 4 in 1 module.

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17 Mar 2017 17:29 #60291 by compman2
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Danik wrote: When I changed the INI file to place the NRF24101 to A13 and 7105 to A14, the new error msg I get is "missing module A7105".

So seems like A14 is an error. What is A14? Where is the wire that goes to it?


I looked at the photo of your hardware.ini. You should have all three modules enabled (remove the ; from the beginning of the line)
You should have one module on pin A13
one module on A14
and one module on B7

Which module gets what pin number depends on the pad you have soldered to. Trace the wire from the TMS pad to your 4 in 1 module and see what module it says that should be A14. The wire soldered to the pad below the TMS pad is the TCK pad or A13 pin, trace the wire to the module and that module should be set to A13. The wire that is soldered to the little pad close to the MCU is pin B7 trace that wire and find the module and assign the pin B7 to that module.

Look again at the hardware.ini that I posted eariler. Yours should look like that except the pins may be assigned to different modules depending on how you soldered them to the main board.

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17 Mar 2017 17:38 #60292 by compman2
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Danik wrote: When I changed the INI file to place the NRF24101 to A13 and 7105 to A14, the new error msg I get is "missing module A7105".

So seems like A14 is an error. What is A14? Where is the wire that goes to it?


I looked at your photos and by tracing the wires to the board I think your hardware.ini should look like this.

enable-cryf6936 = B12
has_pa-cryf6936 = 1
enable-a7105 = A14
has_pa-a7105 = 1
enable-cc2500 = A13
has_pa-cc2500 = 1
enable-nrf24l01 = B7
has_pa-nrf24l01 = 1

Your NRF24l01 module is soldered to pin B7 which is near the processor on the little pad
Your 7105 wire is attached to TMS which is pin A14
and your cc2500 is attached to the pin below TMS which is TCK or A13

Try those changes in the hardware.ini file and see if that gets rid of your errors.

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17 Mar 2017 23:06 #60305 by Danik
That did it! The updated INI file worked as you wrote above. Thank you so much!

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18 Mar 2017 18:20 #60339 by compman2
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Fantastic. I have just gone through the process of adding a 4 in 1 in my Ultimate 7e and had to make a few changes to the hardware.ini file to get it all straight. You will really enjoy your radio now.

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20 Mar 2017 07:50 #60397 by Danik
FYI....

Just update the devo 10 to the new nightly build 3/17/17 version and A14 and A13 have switched. Was getting an unloaded 7105 module error.

Here's the hardware INI file which works for this build for Devo 10.
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