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Hi! A few days ago I joined to find answers on the communication with the elements of the PoweredUp! train control system. Well, I didn't get a reply, and found the solution myself. Yesterday, I made a reverse engineering session and wrote a document listing all the information I could find - hopefully in a concise way. I also added some questions both about the Handset as well as the Smart Hub. Questions I intend to direct at LEGO, too, via the LEGO Ambassador Network. I want to thank Jorge Pereira of the BOOSTreveng project for helpful pointers about the command structure - The old "I could only see that far because I'm standing on the shoulders of giants" definitely applies here. I will continue my work on this document - I'm waiting for the BOOST color sensor to arrive, and want to get my hands on the motor used in the Batmobile - and if someone here has suggestions or additional information, don't hesitate to contact me. PoweredUp! Documentation The next step will be the design of a going-in-between app, which allows me to control my trains with the PUP Handset, but relayed over a computer (maybe a Raspberry Pi) that does things like drive both motors simultaneously, control the lighting, or react to the readings of the color sensor. UPDATE December 16th, 2018: Expanded the documentation with new findings: Battery power readings and conversion factors, blinking and shutdown thresholds. Document is now Version 0.3
Hi, I was bored so i decided to try reverse engineer the upcoming 2017 telehandler (42061). I filled dark areas with parts according to my sense of logic. https://drive.google.com/open?id=0ByDobrCn2djYTWo5U2xEUWZyZTg