Main issue at first was the
LCD screen doesn’t receive video even with the LCD script . The Lepton or the Camera .
It lights up though . Not sure if I heard the camera reset though .
It does show video in the IDE.
I recently deleted the disk file and it now shows 0kb data.
It boots if I reset the board every, single, time through the IDE. It must be flashed again after every USB cable disconnect.
Is that the bootloader?..the Disk file ?
Tried looking online a bit for the Disk file but didn’t find it.
Hi, I’m not really sure what’s going on. Kinda hard to understand you.
The .openmv_disk file is a 0-byte file. It’s just there for the IDE to figure out which disk is an OpenMV Cam.
I keep needing to reset the H7 board every time I disconnect the USB .
The 1.73" LCD screen is not receiving data from the board, just power.
What I use the device for: Automotive( diagnostics) and Construction(looking for poor insulation) as well as Electrical.(looking for what’s working or has an overload)
It turned out to be a connection issue .
The USB cables I have seem to be a bit too small for the connector . It has a bit of slack in it .
When I wiggle it a bit it will flash green ,single white flash, and connects.
The wiggle must be redone after every disconnect.
As if it needs grounded and then unground .
Can I crimp the connector? Maybe it will help get contact? Maybe I need to clean the board between the rest and boot pins .
Uh… I guess try different cables. The connector on the camera should be solid.
Another question … if the battery is connected and plugged in . Does the device charge this way ?
Sorry to possibly sound dumb asking that. I assume it does and I just haven’t left it plugged in long enough.
EDIT: Also having trouble removing the battery from the H7’s connector so I can charge it .
Edit2: got the battery disconnected and wow it really takes some pull to remove it.
This isn’t a feature of the H7. It doesn’t have battery charging. The RT1060 will have this feature.