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Flyduino GPS Bob V1.1

Started by Gaza07, Wednesday,August 29, 2012, 13:31:59

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I received my new Flyduino Gps bob today to use with the replacement Fmp-04 gps module I had from Oharap, When I contacted Oharap about my Fmp-04 going faulty I was told there is no warranty on component's but as a good will gesture they would replace it free if I payed the shipping, which was very good of them as the module was coming up to being a year old but had not had much use,

I ordered the new bob as the design had changed and was now a black pcb to match the rest of the flyduino boards, and a better battery back up systen that Im not sure is needed,

I built the bob this morning and then found out the fix Led doesnt work so I started to look around RCG for the answer, It appears that although the led is connected to the fix pin of the module as described in the data, this pin doesnt work and there is a pad that you have to connect a wire link to, I wish suppliers would put this info on their web sites so you know when you buy it,
It not to much of a problem as the flyduino has an led to display when the gps has a fix anyway but I may have added the link if I had known  :rolleyes:

Here's some pictures of the Flyduino gps bob with the fmp-04 module before and after assembly, and also fitted to my Flyduino stack. the green gps bob is the very first type that Flyduino did and worked very well,
I have also included some pictures of where the link wire should go which is probably impossible to do once the module is fitted

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