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Comms Problems
#41
(27-10-2015, 06:22)GreggWardNZ Wrote: ... However, I want to add another Tx unit and a WD unit...

You will love the WD unit.

Personally whenever I can choose, I use the Iduinos. I have several of them, from Nano's to Due's, working everyday since long time. Very good building quality, similiar to Gravitech.
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#42
Hi Greg.

I'm having some comms problems which seem similar to those you've experienced and described here. I wonder, did replacing the Nano solve the problem for you??

Allan.
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#43
(26-12-2015, 19:14)AllanG Wrote: Hi Greg.

I'm having some comms problems which seem similar to those you've experienced and described here. I wonder, did replacing the Nano solve the problem for you??

Allan.

Hi Allan,

I've only just had time to complete the Nano replacement, recently. Since early February I replaced both the DCCDuino Nano in the Rx and TX units with the Iduino Nano from geetech.com and have not had any problems ever since. I am even running the Rx unit using the same power adaptor that was causing problems with the DCCDuino Nano and have had no problems at all.


Gregg
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