I have started this dedicated thread at the suggestion of another contributor.
This issue has was raised on the main 'Arducopter 2.8 / 2.8.1 released' thread and can be viewed here.
I'm still puzzled by this twitching, however look at the latest log from today and in a little more detail I can see a very small change in the THR IN trace which appears to be directly connected at the time all the motors twitch (see below).
Is the THR IN trace taken straight from the Rx ?
Not only have I done the things as detailed in the main thread, but I have also:
Grounded the aircraft (in case of interference)
Repositioned Rx to top stack
Reprogrammed all ESC
I have attached the latest log.
Would dropping the ESC Update Speed in MP from 490 - 400hz help ?
Any suggestions would be appriciated, in the mean time i am trying to get hold of a duplicate Rx. Any chance it could be the APM ?
No i just saw it. Thanks this is very interesting information.
All Version of PPM Encoder in the zip
Thanks Uwe, but this kind of problem has been reported by me to the dev list for months, well before the release of the older version inside your zip (2.2.64).
Thanks Uwe, I'm currently testing version 2.3.13 and initial results look very good.
Its excellent if you have seen no spikes on 2.3.12 also.
Here is a 10 minute bench test flight, nice smooth traces on all channels (just PITCH IN shown below).
Still need to do 10hrs worth of test flight, but looks good so far :-)
where can i find the Version 2.3.13 of ArduPPM Encoder
Is only for the tester at the moment, a debug version...
Please PM me so that i can send it to you.
I have similar issues as well where I almost crashed my Hexa after updating to 2.81, so far unplugging and plugging the battery to re-initiate my APM2 seem to make the problem go away for me, I also took time to cable tie down my loose wiring. My spikes behavior looks exactly the same from the videos you posted. I'll be keeping a close eye on this thread.