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Old 10-10-2017, 10:06 AM   #71
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x-55 over warthog lol, must have been a serious modification u did. gonna check out this BDR-DS tho.

anyone got a link?

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Old 10-10-2017, 12:44 PM   #72
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Old 10-10-2017, 09:53 PM   #73
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The Kreml controller provided by Baur offers great flexibility when connecting various grips. I already have 4 grips working, including the old F-16 FLCS one which Roman even helped me with spare parts for.
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Old 10-15-2017, 05:29 PM   #74
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User impression BRD-DS x Gunfighter x Warthog.

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Old 10-15-2017, 07:26 PM   #75
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Baur, are you currently in the process of designing an "updated" or "new" stick base to replace the BRD-DS?
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Baur, are you currently in the process of designing an "updated" or "new" stick base to replace the BRD-DS?
This is an updated version. And in this review there is a joystick on which the stick is not replaced. This option is cheaper. Because there are fewer details that are made on turning and milling machines (there are none at all)
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This is an updated version. And in this review there is a joystick on which the stick is not replaced. This option is cheaper. Because there are fewer details that are made on turning and milling machines (there are none at all)


Apologies, I meant a total redesign or something "new". Not just an update.

I know that previously in our emails you recommended I go with the MT-50 instead but the quality control is mediocre at best right now with what is shipping from VPC (lots of issues)...so I might feel more comfortable ordering your offering to ensure what I receive is not faulty. Just wondering what your roadmap looked like, if you were able to share anything.


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Hey Roman,

It seems to be possible to update older firmware versions of the KREML controller? I found this PDF: https://www.dropbox.com/s/ahk71oy53e...1%82.pdf?dl=00

The KREML board has the necessary SPI pins already, so it must be a software problem. Making the calibration cable also shouldnt be much of a challange. http://avia-sim.ru/forum/download/file.php?id=6660



Does the update to the latest firmware on the BRD-DS add support for shift registers such as CD4021 and 74HC165? This means also added support for TM Warthog etc.

Btw the PDF file can be translated to english via google translate.

Thank you!

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You should understand that the controller is very powerful and after the firmware you will have to reconfigure it. And it's complicated. All this you will do at your own risk. Then I can not help you.
I send the already prepared controller. Stanislav (programmer) sends me the prepared configuration files.
CD4021 - Yes (Warthog)
74HC165 - No
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My new BRD-N cyclic base has been just sitting on shelf for months as I wait for my MCG-Pro grip to arrive. KILLING ME!!!!
While I'm waiting, I've changed out the springs to suit me. I'm thinking about modifying the rubber boot cover but don't want to touch it without a back up.
Baur, is it possible to obtain a replacement boot?
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