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Server Hardware for openplotter?
#91
Hi,
looks good.
I think that this works well. I have all rechecked and mounted the first case.
At the Moment I have no chance to get a moitessier. Because of that i have to wait…..

I have ordered some cool sticker too and at the moment I write the operation and installation manual.

Here some Impressions. ;-)

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1vXzux7...yPuLFv4O4V
https://drive.google.com/open?id=19u6J3j...st4mBzv0PC
https://drive.google.com/open?id=1ajwV70..._7iC82D-ht
https://drive.google.com/open?id=15dA-69...1Q6JL9kE81
https://drive.google.com/open?id=1k_I0ar...QVCcblDA_C

By the way… the Case is IP67...
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#92
(10-19-2019, 03:12 PM)glowntiger Wrote: Hi,
looks good.
I think that this works well. I have all rechecked and mounted the first case.
At the Moment I have no chance to get a moitessier. Because of that i have to wait…..

I have ordered some cool sticker too and at the moment I write the operation and installation manual.

Here some Impressions. ;-)

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1vXzux7...yPuLFv4O4V
https://drive.google.com/open?id=19u6J3j...st4mBzv0PC
https://drive.google.com/open?id=1ajwV70..._7iC82D-ht
https://drive.google.com/open?id=15dA-69...1Q6JL9kE81
https://drive.google.com/open?id=1k_I0ar...QVCcblDA_C

By the way… the Case is IP67...

Hi, I proceeded to pay. A first question: is N2k output already powered? And can I still connect my old Autohelm interface to get to SeaTalk1 tools? (see Attachment). Now let's hope that Sailoog updates and inserts your app as soon as possible. Come on Sailoog ... and good wind to all!

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#93
The n2k connector has also 12v its recommend to your installation if you connect 12v or not. If there is another 12v power point in your n2k installation not use them if not you can power with it. I have also a 120ohm resistor with a jumper so you can use the bord as an end point. Nmea should work if it use normal nmea. Rs422/rs485 or rs232.. I know that a st60+ use not compatible level. But this should work. I make a schematic next days... ;-)
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#94
(10-20-2019, 07:40 AM)glowntiger Wrote: The n2k connector has also 12v its recommend to your installation if you connect 12v or not. If there is another 12v power point in your n2k installation not use them if not you can power with it. I have also a 120ohm resistor with a jumper so you can use the bord as an end point. Nmea should work if it use normal nmea. Rs422/rs485 or rs232.. I know that a st60+ use not compatible level. But this should work. I make a schematic next days... ;-)

Hi, solved connection ... I just have to wait for Sailoog to insert your app into OpenPlotter.

However, as soon as you have instructions, let me have them or better publish them. Good work and good wind!
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#95
Hi max,
comes as soon as possible... ;-)
Why have you change the position of the pcb?
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#96
(10-29-2019, 08:51 AM)glowntiger Wrote: Hi max,
comes as soon as possible... ;-)
Why have you change the position of the pcb?

Hi, it was impossible to reach the SD card. I look forward to trying everything on my boat!  Tongue Big Grin

(10-29-2019, 08:51 AM)glowntiger Wrote: Hi max,
comes as soon as possible... ;-)
Why have you change the position of the pcb?

Again, by the way do you intend to make the NMEA 232 / Seatalk1 bidirectional card? I wanted to replace the old one and if it came back to insert in the case, it would be ideal. Ciao and good work!
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#97
Hi Max,
at the moment I have less time to design the Seatalk1 board… First I finished the MCS board, then add digital I/O boards… and then the Seatalk 1... ;-)

If you don´t can wait until Sailoog add the MCS-APP (and I think that's the way it is ;-) ) you can add the MCS manualy….
The best is, you do not take your active SDcard… Make an img or take a new, fresh version. (So if anything goes wrong you can take your old configuration)

Then:
clone the repo:
Code:
git clone https://github.com/Thomas-GeDaD/openplotter-MCS
go to the Folder:

Code:
cd openplotter-MCS
Install:
Code:
sudo python3 setup.py install

then start the postinstall:
PHP Code:
MCSPostInstall 

restart your Pi!!!

Then you must start the 1-wire server manualy (This do normal the openplotter-settings) At the moment you must do that after every restart of the Pi
Code:
echo 'ds2482 0x18' | sudo tee /sys/class/i2c-adapter/i2c-1/new_device


after this you should start the MCS-APP
Code:
openplotter-MCS

The App is not handled via openplotter-settings at this time!! only for testing.

If you are ready, you can deinstall via:
Code:
MCSPreUninstall
 and delete the MCS folder via:
Code:
sudo rm -r openplotter-MCS
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#98
(10-29-2019, 03:40 PM)glowntiger Wrote: Ciao Max,
al momento ho meno tempo per progettare la scheda Seatalk1 ... Prima ho finito la scheda MCS, quindi ho aggiunto le schede I / O digitali ... e poi la Seatalk 1 ... ;-)

Se non puoi aspettare fino a quando Sailoog aggiunge l'APP MCS (e penso che sia così ;-)) puoi aggiungere manualmente MCS….
La cosa migliore è che non prendi la tua SDcard attiva ... Crea un img o prendi una nuova versione aggiornata. (Quindi se qualcosa va storto puoi prendere la tua vecchia configurazione)

Quindi:
clona il repository: vai alla Cartella: Installa: quindi avvia la postinstallazione: riavvia il tuo Pi !!! Quindi è necessario avviare manualmente il server a 1 filo (questo fa normale le impostazioni del openplotter) Al momento è necessario farlo dopo ogni riavvio del Pi
Code:
git clone https://github.com/Thomas-GeDaD/openplotter-MCS


Code:
cd openplotter-MCS

Code:
sudo python3 setup.py install


PHP Code:
MCSPostInstall 




Code:
echo 'ds2482 0x18' | sudo tee /sys/class/i2c-adapter/i2c-1/new_device


dopodiché dovresti avviare MCS-APP. Al momento l'app non viene gestita tramite le impostazioni openplotter !! solo per i test. Se sei pronto, puoi disinstallare tramite:  ed eliminare la cartella MCS tramite:
Code:
openplotter-MCS




Code:
MCSPreUninstall

Code:
sudo rm -r openplotter-MCS
Ciao, con il copia / incolla divento anch'io bravo. Ti allego un paio di immagini, non appena hai tempo, hai una vista ... l'inverno è lungo e ho il tempo di giocare un po '...



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#99
Do it with sudo....
The mcp/can you have to configurate in the can app from sailoog interrupt gpio is 25. Then the can should display in the mcs app....
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Hi,
here you find a first draft of the shematic:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1ne89Fx9...sp=sharing
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