RoverC and JoyC
Mati last edited by
I just go my rover c and joyc .. loaded the firmware on each one, but Cant figure out how to get the 2 to talk to each other
says hold a5, which button is that? please help
hmm i am charging my right now so lets see whats happend ...
@pictavius The following operations can restore the device to normal: 1. Short the BAT to GND. 2. Insert the USB cable. 3. After the screen is lit, stop shorting and USB continues to charge the device.
Elliot last edited by
@mati I wrote a short article and created a youtube vid on how to make them talk to each other. https://www.inventar.tech/post/m5stack-roverc-joyc for write up, and youtube vid is here: https://youtu.be/wsCLPWs5CUs
Pictavius last edited by
Can anyone share UIFlow program who makes JoyC communicate with RoverC ?
I would be very gratefull.
ajb2k3 last edited by
@pictavius I don't have the Joyc only the joystick hat.
Code to communicate and control RoverC with UIFlow is comming
Skink last edited by Skink
For charging Rover C as well as Joy C the M5StickC must be installed. Then the switches on Rover C and Joy C are switched on. Then connect the USB cable to the M5StickC and start the charging process!
At Rover C you can see the charging current and voltage on the screen of the M5StickC.
On Joy C this display is unfortunately missing, but through my USB charge controller I can also see when Joy C is full.
Here is a picture with charge control on the USB port.
Skink last edited by
The button you have to press on M5Stick C is this one, see picture !
jessevl last edited by jessevl
I've got a related question to the RoverC and JoyC and charging the built-in batteries.
Am I correct in assuming the external cells are connected in parallel with the internal cells in the M5StickC?
Would that not create an unsafe situation when one of the cells is charged fully while the other is depleted and then connected together? The two cells would then balance at a very high current that may be too high (especially for the small 80mah internal cell)?
Asking this because the charging circuit documentation is still not released, and for all I know the AXP supports only a single cell so they must be connected in parallel somehow.
Also, another concern I have is that the code of the RoverC instructs the AXP192 to up the charging current to 600ma, but it seems like it will also do this when it isn't connected to the RoverC at all, which means the internal cell would be charged way too quickly.
zlite last edited by
@elliot Thank you! This is exactly what I needed.
I'm just baffled that the product isn't properly documented. How is anyone supposed to figure all that out???
nammjoe last edited by
@jessevl its no different than plugging in the USB cable to charge the stickC. there should not be any concern.
foamandtape last edited by
I have a few related questions. All are related to charging the M5StickC, JoyC and RoverC and their drain during use. Given that RoverC and JoyC need an M5Stick to be connected to be charged and all have the devices have batteries in them and the batteries in each set (M5StickC paired with either JoyC or RoverC) differ in capacity. How Do We know:
- State of Charge of the batteries in either set?
- When To disconnect the charger? (batteries fully charged) and
- Which of the two batteries in each set is being drained during use( M5Stick's or Hat's)?