[altusmetrum] NMEA input to a TeleMini?
bryan at thedukes.org
Sat Sep 9 14:07:51 MDT 2017
Yeah, it all depends on their actual intent behind their “No modifications to these commercially manufactured units are allowed” verbiage. It also depends on what the record-observing Prefect views as ok. I’d rather not have anything questioned after the fact, so I’ll ping the records committee and get their blessing & guidance before I do any record attempts. No biggie.
Hopefully the software changes will be as minor as it sounds. I’ll touch base on possibly sending a push/diff/etc if they need that.
Ubuntu, of course, didn’t come with all the dev environment stuff set up. I installed a few of the bits last night. I’ll keep chewing on it.
> On Sep 9, 2017, at 10:47 AM, Bdale Garbee <bdale at gag.com> wrote:
> Bryan Duke <bryan at thedukes.org> writes:
>> For the blocks & charge wiring, I’m all for extreme as long as I can
>> keep things safe. These rockets will probably only get a flight or two
>> each before I retire them. I’m pretty certain the records committee
>> won’t like it if I start swapping or removing parts though. It fits
>> fine by itself in the 24mm nose cone - I just need to finish the 3d
>> puzzle of getting it to fit with the sled, battery & hopefully a GPS.
> I can believe they'll raise eyebrows over firmware changes. But since
> GPS data logging and inclusion in telemetry is a standard part of our
> product line on other products, and it's likely as simple as changing
> the pin definitions of the two pins in question and then turning on the
> right driver, etc, I'm pretty sure Keith and/or I would be willing to
> review your changes and weight in on that if necessary.
> But removing a screw terminal strip and soldering wires into the holes?
> I can't see why anyone would care about your doing that. I've seen
> *much* crazier stuff done in record-setting airframes without anyone's
> undies ending up in a knot...
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