ColorCNC Colorlight 5A-75E/5A-75B as FPGA controller board

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30 Dec 2023 09:03 #289364 by Ehsan_R
Hello
Can I use this firmware and driver for 5A-75E8.2 (version 8.2)?

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30 Dec 2023 13:50 - 30 Dec 2023 13:55 #289377 by Mecanix

 

oops, wrong thread. misleading. ([delete])
Last edit: 30 Dec 2023 13:55 by Mecanix.

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30 Dec 2023 14:32 #289381 by TOLP2

Hello
Can I use this firmware and driver for 5A-75E8.2 (version 8.2)?

Yes, you can! Use the version 6.0 as board version, it has the same pinout. 
The following user(s) said Thank You: wzor, Ehsan_R

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05 Jan 2024 21:14 #289903 by Ehsan_R
I have just joined the LinuxCNC community and as my first experience working with LinuxCNC software, I plan to use an 5A-75E8.2 board and LiteX-CNC.
Therefore, I request users who have worked with this board to share with me a complete example of how to configure their Hal and INI files.
And also guide me on how to get encoder values and create a closed loop system for each axis.
Many thanks

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08 Apr 2024 11:05 #297801 by wzor
Is the project still alive? No movement for three months(

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08 Apr 2024 11:13 #297802 by tommylight
3 github links on at the start of this topic, 1 was updated 3 weeks ago, 1 a month ago, and on seems nothing changed for 2 years.
forum.linuxcnc.org/27-driver-boards/4442...board?start=0#228191
So it is still alive, although if stuff is working properly, there would be need for changes.

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08 Apr 2024 12:06 #297805 by cornholio
Most of these projects are helped along by others finding an issue or coming up with improvements, suggestions or additions.
If the project is in a solid working state sometimes it won’t “progress”, especially if the developer has it a point that it’s working for them.
Take the mesa firmware code base, going by the code released it doesn’t get updated often but works fine. The most recent updates are to support the change of FPGA brand.

At the end of the day it comes down to users being active in a project, one guy can’t be expected to do everything.

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