Re: Accident, Did I damage my Raduino

David Nelson
 

I also hooked the orange wires up wrong and it completly blew my nano so I had to replace my nano.
Not a fun job. Lots of luck.   Dave  kc2ipx

On Fri, Feb 2, 2018 at 11:17 AM, Allard PE1NWL <pe1nwl@...> wrote:
In v2, pin A2 is not used anymore. You could remap the function button to
A2 instead of A3.

at line 233:
#define FBUTTON (A3)
change to:
#define FBUTTON (A2)

73 Allard PE1NWL

On Fri, February 2, 2018 17:03, Richard Sanders wrote:
> You are not alone! I had my bitx40 in pieces on my benchtop and wired the
> raduino using the orange I/O wire instead of the orange +12v
> wire...powered on....got nothing on my LCD...turned off...checked
> wiring...turned on a second time...still nothing...turned off...THEN I saw
> what I did wrong....it wasn't until I had reflashed the v2 software the I
> finally figured out why my unit keeps going to the Settings menu....it
> thinks that I am holding the function button down upon power up! With the
> button uninstalled I check the power of the orange A3 wire and am getting
> 0v!! :-( So I'm going to try and remap a different pin for the Function
> button...if that does not work or if I find that I actually damaged more
> than the I/O pin...then I'll go the "New Arduino Nano" route! Best of luck
> to all who are experimenting with the bitx's out there!!
>
> 73
> Ric
> KN4FTT
>





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