Jeti Vibrator – Versatility!

I just made the proof-of-concept how-to for Jeti Vibrator a few days ago, and as usual there’s room for improvement.

More versatility!

As it often happens a user on Helifreak-forum suggested more functions, some of them was a bit over my car-mechanic brains as usual but there was something I could do.

User selectable vibrations

It is now possible to choose between motor off, motor on and 8 different patterns.

  • Channel -100% = Motor OFF
  • Channel -70% = Motor ON
  • Channel -50% = Pattern 1 (Slow)
  • Channel -30% = Pattern 2
  • Channel -10% = Pattern 3
  • Channel 10% = Pattern 4
  • Channel 30% = Pattern 5
  • Channel 50% = Pattern 6
  • Channel 70% = Pattern 7
  • Channel 90% = Pattern 8 (Fast)

There is a theoretical possibility to make even more, however the reading of PPM-signal might vary a bit, so I made a “safe bet” with these values. The actual PPM-value limits are big enough to make it reliable.

The code

The always updated code and sketch is available on Github: https://github.com/RC-Thoughts/Jeti_Vibe

What’s next?

Easy. Custom made box for proprietary unit with own code, plug’n’play. No soldering, coding, arduino etc required. Available sometime :)

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