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    I see that uCAM-TTL is listed as end-of-life....are there plans to replace it with another unit or is this the end of the camera era for 4D? While there are some cheaper knock-offs on the market, I've preferred the 4D version due to the 1Mbit baudrate!

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    There will be a replacement soon, hopefully sometime in Feb/March. Appreciate your continued support of using 4D products.
    Atilla

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    • #3


      Do you expect any hardware interface changes (i.e. TXD,RXD, 3.3V,GND)? I'm finalizing my next-gen controller by the end of the month and would want to avoid any HW modifications if possible.

      Thanks for the quick reply!

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      • #4


        Unfortunately have to wait for the rest of the 4D engineering staff to come back from annual holidays so they can comment. Next week hopefully.
        Atilla

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        • #5


          i have 2 uCAM-TTL too and i bought them for my master thesis. but they aren'T responding to SYNC commands and my time is passing. i tested them with special equipments in a company and they said they r not working. it seems i threw my money to the garbage. what do u suggest? should choose another camera? or is there any chance that they will work? i'm desperate now.

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          • #6


            @umit: please do not hijack this topic. I am asking about a successor to the current generation here.

            With regards to the current cameras, I have been using them for over a year in the field without issues, so they work fine. Check your voltage levels, check or change the wires (for some reason red/black are not pwr/gnd on the harnesses), scope out your output to make sure your baudrate is correct, make sure you haven't reversed tx/rx and they should work.

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            • #7


              I apologise just wanna tell i'm so desperate. can we chat in mail private?
              because i really need someone expert in these cameras because this is my master thesis and i don't have a chance to fail in this. can you help? my email is: hoperunaway85 add hotmail dot com
              thanks in advance

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              • #8


                @Atilla: We're almost at the end of March have you got more information on a replacement for the uCAM-TTL?

                Thanks

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