Front Panel Buttons Update for the Ryde

Discussions about the Ryde "Set-top Box" Style Digital ATV Receiver. See https://wiki.batc.org.uk/Ryde_Receiver
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Re: Front Panel Buttons Update for the Ryde

Post by g0mjw » Tue Nov 10, 2020 5:27 pm

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Re: Front Panel Buttons Update for the Ryde

Post by DL1BJV » Tue Nov 10, 2020 10:06 pm

Hi Mike G0MJW,

On the Wiki, File: Ryde GPIO6.png Circuit diagram, Notes: (in the box bottom right) it reads:

R2 and R3 depend on the IR-Sensor. With a 3V3 sensor R2 can be anything up to 10K....

Should it not read:

R2 and R3 depend on the IR Sensor. With a 3V3 sensor R2 should be omitted and R3 can be anything up to 10K?......

I have omitted R2 and R3 has a chosen value of 100 Ohms on my breakout board, all working fine.

I am using a TSOP4838 instead of a TSOP2438 which has a different pin-out.

Thanks for producing the excellent Front panel and breakout boards for the Ryde.

73 Wolfgang

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Re: Front Panel Buttons Update for the Ryde

Post by g0mjw » Tue Nov 10, 2020 11:48 pm

Probably Wolfgang. I have had enough of the critics and deleted the advice. Work it out for yourselves or, use the recommended sensor.

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Re: Front Panel Buttons Update for the Ryde

Post by SV2RR » Wed Nov 11, 2020 4:21 pm

My Ryde Receiver project completed successfully!!! I used TSOP2438 IR RECEIVER at 3.3V and R3 4.7K, the R2 removed entirely. Thanks Mike for clarifications, were very useful and congrats for your excellent front panel work.

Greg, SV2RR
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Re: Front Panel Buttons Update for the Ryde

Post by gu6efb » Sat Nov 14, 2020 4:57 pm

Hi Greg

Fit all of the resistors but do not install R2 if using the specified IR sensor.
Then just fit a link or if you have fitted a header then select the 3.3 volt option.

73 Keith GU6EFB

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Re: Front Panel Buttons Update for the Ryde

Post by vu3obr » Mon Dec 07, 2020 4:21 am

Hi Dave,

Can I get the Front Panel PCB Schematic ?
I want make with plain PCB board, because of my old Sat receiver box is too small.

Thanks
73
Saro VU3OBR

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Re: Front Panel Buttons Update for the Ryde

Post by g0mjw » Mon Dec 07, 2020 9:02 am

Schematic is rather simple - the buttons and LEDs just connect to ground. Sensor similarly simple depending on if you have 3.3V or 5V connect power ground and output pins.
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Re: Front Panel Buttons Update for the Ryde

Post by G8GKQ » Mon Dec 07, 2020 10:20 am

Guys (I'm using the term inclusively)

Please could you look at the Wiki before asking too many questions?

In the left hand sidebar, there are 3 links for the Ryde receiver. The hardware link takes you directly to this page with the button schematic. board layout, picture and parts list. https://wiki.batc.org.uk/Ryde_Hardware

Dave

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Re: Front Panel Buttons Update for the Ryde

Post by vu3obr » Tue Dec 08, 2020 12:34 pm

Hi Mike,

Thank you for schematics.
73
Saro

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