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Test: Autotune = NA -
Test: Brownout = GOOD -
Test: Compass = GOOD - mag_field interference within limits (20.55%)
Max mag field length (641.26) > recommended (550.00)
Test: Dupe Log Data = GOOD -
Test: Empty = GOOD -
Test: Event/Failsafe = FAIL - ERR found: CRASH
Test: GPS = GOOD -
Test: IMU Mismatch = WARN - Check vibration or accelerometer calibration. (Mismatch: 0.99, WARN: 0.75, FAIL: 1.50)
Test: Motor Balance = WARN - Motor channel averages = [1649, 1560, 1604, 1608, 1549, 1656]
Average motor output = 1604
Difference between min and max motor averages = 107
Test: Parameters = GOOD -
Test: PM = NA -
Test: Pitch/Roll = NA -
Test: Thrust = NA -
Test: VCC = UNKNOWN - No CURR log data
these are links for the other documentation
Short video of crash : https://www.dropbox.com/s/7et62ag03dd0bcb/crash.mp4?dl=0
the last 20 seconds before the flip, you can see it oscillate in pitch axis pretty badly, +-15 degrees.
Can it be some ESC's hitting voltage cutoff, low voltage, or overtemperature protection ?
You have no battery voltage/current logging, that would have helped..
Yes, you maybe right , but i forget to say that here was a strong wind, and maybe did that to correct it's self becouse was in loiter mode?
How did you get that kind of grafic?- yours is more clear and easy to read. I only get the black one in mission planner with log analyse with different axis view.
Anyway, should't an six axis drone remain in the air even with one motor-esc failing?
Thank you for the analyse.
yes , a single motor failure would look different, I could have been PID's that were too slow, if some esc's reduced performance due to low voltage or heat.
that could explain instability and flip,
I forgot to mention; in the video you hear motors spin down, then flip.
in the log, at 527sec , before flip, you can see all motors getting high demand - so as it failed, and clearly reduced thrust, the pixhawk commanded very high throttle.
So - voltage, heat, .. anything.. but it's clear that the motors (not only one) failed to perform.
In this case i must mention that the battery as it is only 10c is very weak, and i know that after the crash was 3,85 per cell, but in the air with all six motors maybe failed under 3,5 per cell and after crash restabilished.
But i remember that when voltage drops dramaticaly ( it happend more than 1 time with other quads ) the drone it is loosing weght easy before loosing all, not fliping.
Can it be anyway the battery but if i didn't setup failsafe on battery he did this flip? And the sensor i bought it from bangood too, and cannot calibrate it by folowing the guides, so maybe the sensor isn't trustable and could have to do with the crash??
If it was you what kind of test would you run before going up so high again?
If voltage dropped enough, given wind, instability , a flip is not unthinkable.
I would attach a power module that works.
would test the ESC's for low-voltage behavior, (using a lab PSU) , but you can do that with batteries.
depending of how far you'll go:
you could just fly low/hover till battery gets critical (cells don't really get damaged until below 3.0v/cell , several manufacturers say 2.8v/cell, - but given poor calibration and no momentary landing ,people tend to operate at higher minimum voltages)
I would not recommend to fly at anything close to 3v/cell , but as a controlled test it can be done whithout damaging cells - that would verify motors/PIDS at such voltage , given proper safety /(net or soft area) that's an essential test, if you can do, you'll get to know how it behaves. (it's most likely not flyable already at 3,2v, as the internal resistance will be too big.)
No, I haven't made the tests how it should.
I will first make some low alt flights with various flight modes and than after a 1 hour of flght i will sacrifice 1 battery.
Hope that my esc setup is right for my low kv motors.
Thank you for your help.
If i find a problem i will post it in this discussion so that other people learn without destroy anything.