Tsdz2 firmware open source adapted to vlcd5

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Re: Tsdz2 firmware open source adapted to vlcd5

Post by marcoq » Jul 11 2019 5:05pm

wpenner wrote:
Jul 11 2019 3:15pm
marcoq wrote:
Jul 11 2019 2:56am
Translated by Google Translator:

Hi guys.
With this publication I officially released version 3.6 of the Java configurator and version M0.19.A for the controller board firmware.
What has been done:
- In the last release released, the eMTB mode started from TOUR assistance (up to TURBO), now with the configurator it is possible to define the starting assistance level "eMTB Start Assist Level", for example you can set it to 10, 20, 50, etc ... but must not exceed the level of SPORT assistance.
- I introduced the parameter eMTB Motor Pull Factor, which can be set from 0.0 to 1.0, this determines "the pull of the motor", or if I put a low value I get that the motor reaches the highest assistance values ​​with "less effort", if I put a low value, I'll have to "commit" a little more with the pedals.
- In the project folder there is an eMTB.xls spreadsheet that can be used to do some "paper" tests.
- I deleted the check to enable the "Last Beta Code" ... now the firmware has been aligned with the stable 19.0 version released by Casainho, of course all the customizations and implementations entered by the undersigned remain.
- I entered the VLCD5 Battery SOC 4 Bars checkbox which allows VLCD5 owners to implement the 4-bar battery status display as on the VLCD6. I did this because it would be a problem to manage the VLCD5 with the accuracy as in VLCD6 but with 6 notches ... I should add some fields in the Java interface .. but now it's full ... and it would be too expensive in time to move all. This solution should solve the problem of "misaligned" display with battery status.
- I have solved some small bugs ... and optimized the startup of the CPU.

On Endless they are discussing the "human power" factor, the calibration of the torsion sensor, and how to obtain a more accurate reading ... furthermore the developers want to release a firmware version that also includes the eMTB mode.
The big advantage of the Java configurator is that you can "experiment" with various settings without having to go through the code ... so do your tests !!!
Good rides to everyone !!!
Awesome. My friends bike came with a different wiring harness and a 850c display, i guess it uses the stock firmware? Do you think your firmware might be compatible with the display if i select LCD5?

I think it is the same as this one:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DHdp9PnKqkI
Hi.
Sorry... but my firmware don't work with display 850c. :(

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Re: Tsdz2 firmware open source adapted to vlcd5

Post by zappan » Jul 12 2019 2:42am

Hi Marcoq, why should it not work? I believe that the SW of the TSDZ2 is the same I think they have only adapted the connections ... of course the keys to configure the options may not match,
Wpenner since you have the opportunity to test why you do not install it and so we check how it was done for the XT18 ... bad that goes you keep the Bakup and put back the original SW.

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Re: Tsdz2 firmware open source adapted to vlcd5

Post by zeroBIKE » Jul 12 2019 2:43am

marcoq wrote:
Jul 11 2019 2:56am
Translated by Google Translator:

Hi guys.
With this publication I officially released version 3.6 of the Java configurator and version M0.19.A for the controller board firmware.
What has been done:
- In the last release released, the eMTB mode started from TOUR assistance (up to TURBO), now with the configurator it is possible to define the starting assistance level "eMTB Start Assist Level", for example you can set it to 10, 20, 50, etc ... but must not exceed the level of SPORT assistance.
- I introduced the parameter eMTB Motor Pull Factor, which can be set from 0.0 to 1.0, this determines "the pull of the motor", or if I put a low value I get that the motor reaches the highest assistance values ​​with "less effort", if I put a low value, I'll have to "commit" a little more with the pedals.
- In the project folder there is an eMTB.xls spreadsheet that can be used to do some "paper" tests.
- I deleted the check to enable the "Last Beta Code" ... now the firmware has been aligned with the stable 19.0 version released by Casainho, of course all the customizations and implementations entered by the undersigned remain.
- I entered the VLCD5 Battery SOC 4 Bars checkbox which allows VLCD5 owners to implement the 4-bar battery status display as on the VLCD6. I did this because it would be a problem to manage the VLCD5 with the accuracy as in VLCD6 but with 6 notches ... I should add some fields in the Java interface .. but now it's full ... and it would be too expensive in time to move all. This solution should solve the problem of "misaligned" display with battery status.
- I have solved some small bugs ... and optimized the startup of the CPU.

On Endless they are discussing the "human power" factor, the calibration of the torsion sensor, and how to obtain a more accurate reading ... furthermore the developers want to release a firmware version that also includes the eMTB mode.
The big advantage of the Java configurator is that you can "experiment" with various settings without having to go through the code ... so do your tests !!!
Good rides to everyone !!!
Hi guys, hi marcoq!

Marcoq, thx for your Work!

I´m a newbie in flashing the TSDZ2 Controller with open source Firmware. I have all prerequesites installed on my Laptop and the Tool is running as well.

So the diffrent in my setting is, i have the 350W Motor and an 10s4p Akku.
What Settings do i have to change in the Tool for my Motor/Akku setting?

Regards
Rene

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Re: Tsdz2 firmware open source adapted to vlcd5

Post by brobro » Jul 12 2019 5:41am

Hi guys, sorry for the noob question...

Just received tsdz2 with vlcd5 ( 6pin ) from pswpower. Do i need to upload any new firmware to the VLCD ( as for KT-LCD3 )? Or it should be stock and my work is just to upload Marcoq's firmware to the motor?

I also noticed that there are 3 strange inputs on the back, does anyone know what their purpose is? ( img attached )
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Re: Tsdz2 firmware open source adapted to vlcd5

Post by flufferty » Jul 12 2019 5:56am

brobro wrote:
Jul 12 2019 5:41am
I also noticed that there are 3 strange inputs on the back, does anyone know what their purpose is?
If I recall correctly the ones to the side are brake-inputs, and work on all versions of TSDZ2, the middle one is throttle and only works if you have the 8pin-version of the motor.

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Re: Tsdz2 firmware open source adapted to vlcd5

Post by zappan » Jul 12 2019 6:23am

Brobro you must load Marcoq's SW only on the motor.

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Re: Tsdz2 firmware open source adapted to vlcd5

Post by brobro » Jul 12 2019 7:16am

Thank you, now it's absolutely clear :flame: :thumb:

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Re: Tsdz2 firmware open source adapted to vlcd5

Post by wpenner » Jul 12 2019 10:07am

brobro wrote:
Jul 12 2019 5:41am
Hi guys, sorry for the noob question...

Just received tsdz2 with vlcd5 ( 6pin ) from pswpower. Do i need to upload any new firmware to the VLCD ( as for KT-LCD3 )? Or it should be stock and my work is just to upload Marcoq's firmware to the motor?

I also noticed that there are 3 strange inputs on the back, does anyone know what their purpose is? ( img attached )
No, you do not need to modify the LCD software.

You only need 3 wires from the USB programmer. Just pull the metal connectors out of the plastic housing on the programmer and put some shrink tube around them. Then you will be able to fit the three wires into the correct pins on the speed sensor connector. If you use 4 wires as some diagrams show it is hard to fit them all in the connector.
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Re: Tsdz2 firmware open source adapted to vlcd5

Post by wpenner » Jul 12 2019 10:22am

zeroBIKE wrote:
Jul 12 2019 2:43am
marcoq wrote:
Jul 11 2019 2:56am
Translated by Google Translator:

Hi guys.
With this publication I officially released version 3.6 of the Java configurator and version M0.19.A for the controller board firmware.
What has been done:
- In the last release released, the eMTB mode started from TOUR assistance (up to TURBO), now with the configurator it is possible to define the starting assistance level "eMTB Start Assist Level", for example you can set it to 10, 20, 50, etc ... but must not exceed the level of SPORT assistance.
- I introduced the parameter eMTB Motor Pull Factor, which can be set from 0.0 to 1.0, this determines "the pull of the motor", or if I put a low value I get that the motor reaches the highest assistance values ​​with "less effort", if I put a low value, I'll have to "commit" a little more with the pedals.
- In the project folder there is an eMTB.xls spreadsheet that can be used to do some "paper" tests.
- I deleted the check to enable the "Last Beta Code" ... now the firmware has been aligned with the stable 19.0 version released by Casainho, of course all the customizations and implementations entered by the undersigned remain.
- I entered the VLCD5 Battery SOC 4 Bars checkbox which allows VLCD5 owners to implement the 4-bar battery status display as on the VLCD6. I did this because it would be a problem to manage the VLCD5 with the accuracy as in VLCD6 but with 6 notches ... I should add some fields in the Java interface .. but now it's full ... and it would be too expensive in time to move all. This solution should solve the problem of "misaligned" display with battery status.
- I have solved some small bugs ... and optimized the startup of the CPU.

On Endless they are discussing the "human power" factor, the calibration of the torsion sensor, and how to obtain a more accurate reading ... furthermore the developers want to release a firmware version that also includes the eMTB mode.
The big advantage of the Java configurator is that you can "experiment" with various settings without having to go through the code ... so do your tests !!!
Good rides to everyone !!!
Hi guys, hi marcoq!

Marcoq, thx for your Work!

I´m a newbie in flashing the TSDZ2 Controller with open source Firmware. I have all prerequesites installed on my Laptop and the Tool is running as well.

So the diffrent in my setting is, i have the 350W Motor and an 10s4p Akku.
What Settings do i have to change in the Tool for my Motor/Akku setting?

Regards
Rene
Select your LCD Model (most kits come with LCD5). Enter 10 cells in the battery info. Change low voltage to 29v. Set battery max limit to 18amps if you want. Change max wheel speed to 50km/h if you want. Change motor watts to 500w if you want. If it has an error when you click compile, you are missing a software package. If you don't set the cell count correctly you will see an Error E08 on the LCD.

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Re: Tsdz2 firmware open source adapted to vlcd5

Post by wpenner » Jul 12 2019 10:28am

zappan wrote:
Jul 12 2019 2:42am
Hi Marcoq, why should it not work? I believe that the SW of the TSDZ2 is the same I think they have only adapted the connections ... of course the keys to configure the options may not match,
Wpenner since you have the opportunity to test why you do not install it and so we check how it was done for the XT18 ... bad that goes you keep the Bakup and put back the original SW.
Marcoq would know best. I don't think much is documented about the the version of TSDZ2 i have with 850c screen. Maybe stock firmware is different on it. I can tell you that the assist levels do not work correctly from 850c LCD to begin with. I'll give it a go if i can make sure i know how to do a full backup correctly. There are 3 tabs in st link, data memory, program memory etc, do i have to click on each tab and save. Or if i click save does it save all three in a file.

I'd gladly try to take a backup and upload the file here if someone wants to help me see if firmware is same as original motor.

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Re: Tsdz2 firmware open source adapted to vlcd5

Post by cliftonarms » Jul 12 2019 10:56am

I have just upgraded my bike from stock software to the latest Marco. And OMG.... Its like having a new bike. Twice the power and more manageable.

Things I learned. This is what worked for me.
  • When making the programming lead, make ST-USB-dongle to motor leads very short
  • If programming does not work try a different USB port on the computer. As Only 1 out of 3 USB ports worked on my laptop. All work normally but the programming configuration seems very sensitive.
  • Buy more than one st-usb adapter, as they are "China" quality and only 1 out of 2 worked
  • After installing ST software, copy it to its own folder on root c drive, or it will fail to find files.
  • Turn battery off when programing. Let USB lead 5v power motor controller.
  • Disconnect USB reset pin
Just my learning's, but its worth the effort.

Took a few attempts to get to the above, but once it worked the bike is a "rocket".
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Re: Tsdz2 firmware open source adapted to vlcd5

Post by el_proletario » Jul 12 2019 3:49pm

Hi everyone,

Did any of you install the software on the coaster brake version?
I installed it a couple of months back to see and the motor was still on half a second after I stopped to pedal. It was quite annoying so I put the original software back...
Also I found the motor to be less powerful, it required more efforts to move forward.

Is there any option on the configurator to make it work better and get 0 cut off delay when I stop pedaling ?

Many thanks

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Re: Tsdz2 firmware open source adapted to vlcd5

Post by thineight » Jul 12 2019 4:18pm

wpenner wrote:
Jul 12 2019 10:07am

You only need 3 wires from the USB programmer. Just pull the metal connectors out of the plastic housing on the programmer and put some shrink tube around them. Then you will be able to fit the three wires into the correct pins on the speed sensor connector. If you use 4 wires as some diagrams show it is hard to fit them all in the connector.
Did you manage to program with 3 wires only? Which wires did you use?
When I tried with 3 wires the procedure LOOKED ok, but it resulted in a corrupted firmware loaded and consequent strange behaviour of the bike.
Please let us know if you read the firmware after programming and save it as hex file.. it is exactly the same as the hex file you uploaded.
Thanks
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Re: Tsdz2 firmware open source adapted to vlcd5

Post by wpenner » Jul 12 2019 5:49pm

thineight wrote:
Jul 12 2019 4:18pm
wpenner wrote:
Jul 12 2019 10:07am

You only need 3 wires from the USB programmer. Just pull the metal connectors out of the plastic housing on the programmer and put some shrink tube around them. Then you will be able to fit the three wires into the correct pins on the speed sensor connector. If you use 4 wires as some diagrams show it is hard to fit them all in the connector.
Did you manage to program with 3 wires only? Which wires did you use?
When I tried with 3 wires the procedure LOOKED ok, but it resulted in a corrupted firmware loaded and consequent strange behaviour of the bike.
Please let us know if you read the firmware after programming and save it as hex file.. it is exactly the same as the hex file you uploaded.
Thanks
I did not bother using what i think is called the "reset" wire, the one that goes to the middle.I read elsewhere it was not required. Also the 4 female connectors with shrink tube on them do not fit in the connector well. With 3 it fits no problems. I've updated my firmware a few times on my motor with different settings. I should clarify, I've only done this on my VLCD5 setup. I have not tried on my friends 850c display motor yet.
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Re: Tsdz2 firmware open source adapted to vlcd5

Post by wpenner » Jul 12 2019 6:43pm

wpenner wrote:
Jul 12 2019 10:28am
zappan wrote:
Jul 12 2019 2:42am
Hi Marcoq, why should it not work? I believe that the SW of the TSDZ2 is the same I think they have only adapted the connections ... of course the keys to configure the options may not match,
Wpenner since you have the opportunity to test why you do not install it and so we check how it was done for the XT18 ... bad that goes you keep the Bakup and put back the original SW.
Marcoq would know best. I don't think much is documented about the the version of TSDZ2 i have with 850c screen. Maybe stock firmware is different on it. I can tell you that the assist levels do not work correctly from 850c LCD to begin with. I'll give it a go if i can make sure i know how to do a full backup correctly. There are 3 tabs in st link, data memory, program memory etc, do i have to click on each tab and save. Or if i click save does it save all three in a file.

I'd gladly try to take a backup and upload the file here if someone wants to help me see if firmware is same as original motor.

Attached is the Files from (48v 15amp 4000rpm it states on the sticker) 850c version. Rename to .s19. Can someone let me know if they are the same as original VLCD5 version? Based on what I've found on the web it looks like it might not match.
program.txt
(38.01 KiB) Downloaded 4 times
data.txt
(2.39 KiB) Downloaded 4 times
option.txt
(138 Bytes) Downloaded 4 times
850c.PNG

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Re: Tsdz2 firmware open source adapted to vlcd5

Post by zeroBIKE » Jul 13 2019 12:55am

Sorry for another newbie question guys, but in the section Battery is the value 625, are those the WH of my battery?
batterie.PNG
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and where i have to place the engine power for my 350W motor? The only section where the motor power is named is the Street Mode
street_mode.PNG
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Re: Tsdz2 firmware open source adapted to vlcd5

Post by thineight » Jul 13 2019 2:09am

wpenner wrote:
Jul 12 2019 6:43pm
wpenner wrote:
Jul 12 2019 10:28am
zappan wrote:
Jul 12 2019 2:42am
Hi Marcoq, why should it not work? I believe that the SW of the TSDZ2 is the same I think they have only adapted the connections ... of course the keys to configure the options may not match,
Wpenner since you have the opportunity to test why you do not install it and so we check how it was done for the XT18 ... bad that goes you keep the Bakup and put back the original SW.
Marcoq would know best. I don't think much is documented about the the version of TSDZ2 i have with 850c screen. Maybe stock firmware is different on it. I can tell you that the assist levels do not work correctly from 850c LCD to begin with. I'll give it a go if i can make sure i know how to do a full backup correctly. There are 3 tabs in st link, data memory, program memory etc, do i have to click on each tab and save. Or if i click save does it save all three in a file.

I'd gladly try to take a backup and upload the file here if someone wants to help me see if firmware is same as original motor.

Attached is the Files from (48v 15amp 4000rpm it states on the sticker) 850c version. Rename to .s19. Can someone let me know if they are the same as original VLCD5 version? Based on what I've found on the web it looks like it might not match.
program.txt
data.txt
option.txt
850c.PNG
Hello, the test you can do is to compare the hex file you are uploading (downloaded from casainho or generated by marcoq interface) with the one you obtain by reading with STVP right after the programming.
You should see at that point if what you uploaded is effectively equal to what you intended to upload.

Cheers!
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Re: Tsdz2 firmware open source adapted to vlcd5

Post by wpenner » Jul 13 2019 7:25am

zeroBIKE wrote:
Jul 13 2019 12:55am
Sorry for another newbie question guys, but in the section Battery is the value 625, are those the WH of my battery?

batterie.PNG

and where i have to place the engine power for my 350W motor? The only section where the motor power is named is the Street Mode

street_mode.PNG
625watts is how much power your motor will use when not in street mode. There are two different modes you can toggle between by using the lcd. When on power assist level 1 double click the light button on lcd to toggle modes. Street mode is designed to be street legal. In my case I did not care so I just set street mode to same watts also. I use 750watts on my motor. Carful to not overheat your motor if you have not installed a temperature sensor.

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Re: Tsdz2 firmware open source adapted to vlcd5

Post by zeroBIKE » Jul 13 2019 8:13am

wpenner wrote:
Jul 13 2019 7:25am
625watts is how much power your motor will use when not in street mode. There are two different modes you can toggle between by using the lcd. When on power assist level 1 double click the light button on lcd to toggle modes. Street mode is designed to be street legal. In my case I did not care so I just set street mode to same watts also. I use 750watts on my motor. Carful to not overheat your motor if you have not installed a temperature sensor.
all right, thanks!

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Re: Tsdz2 firmware open source adapted to vlcd5

Post by cliftonarms » Jul 14 2019 3:59am

Strange fault fixed - posted here for info.

Symptom : Turn on controller, only one battery bar shows even with full battery, LCD functions ok but motor does not work.

Reason : One of the ebrakes are stuck on when powering up.

Took me hours of re-programming and testing and investigating because I thought the software was corrupted. Only to find that one of the ebrake switches was on as the magnet had moved.

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Re: Tsdz2 firmware open source adapted to vlcd5

Post by thineight » Jul 14 2019 7:41am

cliftonarms wrote:
Jul 14 2019 3:59am
Strange fault fixed - posted here for info.

Symptom : Turn on controller, only one battery bar shows even with full battery, LCD functions ok but motor does not work.

Reason : One of the ebrakes are stuck on when powering up.

Took me hours of re-programming and testing and investigating because I thought the software was corrupted. Only to find that one of the ebrake switches was on as the magnet had moved.
Yes, it is a very well known issue at startup. It has been discussed in the forum and recently documented in the wiki about ebrakes.
It gave me headache as well in the past :wink:
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Re: Tsdz2 firmware open source adapted to vlcd5

Post by cliftonarms » Jul 15 2019 5:34am

Minatauro wrote:
Apr 11 2019 4:44am
I flashed my motor with the latest v3.4 this morning and cycled 15km. This was the only version I had issues with. I was randomly getting E07 error and the motor lost power on each occasion for about 30 seconds each time then returned to normal. This happened when using both Eco and Tour settings (70 and 160 assistance settings)
I have a 48v motor and using the VLCD5. I enabled the latest beta release and the backwards resistance off and set the master assistance to 1.3. The only other values changed was for my battery.
I always switch the boost on as well as the off road for the fastest possible commute.
Having tried all the versions I too believe that the best for continuous power is the version 2.0 configurator with v16D.
Did you ever find the cause of your EBIKE_WHEEL_BLOCKED E07 error, as I am getting the same issue on the latest marco firmware ( Controller M0.16.D, Java Configurator Beta 0.2.0 )

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Re: Tsdz2 firmware open source adapted to vlcd5

Post by Minatauro » Jul 15 2019 6:31am

cliftonarms wrote:
Jul 15 2019 5:34am
Minatauro wrote:
Apr 11 2019 4:44am
I flashed my motor with the latest v3.4 this morning and cycled 15km. This was the only version I had issues with. I was randomly getting E07 error and the motor lost power on each occasion for about 30 seconds each time then returned to normal. This happened when using both Eco and Tour settings (70 and 160 assistance settings)
I have a 48v motor and using the VLCD5. I enabled the latest beta release and the backwards resistance off and set the master assistance to 1.3. The only other values changed was for my battery.
I always switch the boost on as well as the off road for the fastest possible commute.
Having tried all the versions I too believe that the best for continuous power is the version 2.0 configurator with v16D.
Did you ever find the cause of your EBIKE_WHEEL_BLOCKED E07 error, as I am getting the same issue on the latest marco firmware ( Controller M0.16.D, Java Configurator Beta 0.2.0 )
No, I never figured out why it happened. I switched back to 3.3 and it was fine.

I then had my crankshaft snap so was unable to use it for a while. I got a replacement torque sensor and installed it and I flashed the latest 3.6 over the weekend and it works great. I wonder if my crankshaft snapped due to having the one bearing as was mentioned, which seemed to allow a bit of play and caused squeaking when pedaling?

feedback on 3.6:
The only 2 things I noticed so far in 3.6 is the backwards resistance is there even when the box is checked.
I have the eMTB checked as default but when I wanted to turn eMTB off by pressing the lights button I was not getting the E01 confirmation, when I pressed the light button again it showed the E02. So it did not look like I had the option to change setting 3 to normal setting. It only ever showed E02 or nothing.

From having to pedal my bike without the motor after it snapped to being back on the road with Marcoq's brilliant version 3.6, You cant imagine how much of a smile it brought to my face. Thanks again to Marcoq and all of you who have contributed so far, it is sensational. :D

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Re: Tsdz2 firmware open source adapted to vlcd5

Post by cliftonarms » Jul 15 2019 9:21am

Where are you getting the older code versions from Minatauro ?

I cant see them in Marcos's github https://github.com/qmarco/TSDZ2-Smart-E ... D6-display

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Re: Tsdz2 firmware open source adapted to vlcd5

Post by Minatauro » Jul 15 2019 9:43am

cliftonarms wrote:
Jul 15 2019 9:21am
Where are you getting the older code versions from Minatauro ?

I cant see them in Marcos's github https://github.com/qmarco/TSDZ2-Smart-E ... D6-display
This is where Marcoq usually posts his latest versions:

http://www.jobike.it/forum/topic.asp?TO ... ichpage=38

His post with the zip file for 3.6 is about a quarter way down the page. I cant remember which page the earlier versions are on but they are there in that forum.

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