I'm building the adrucopter with a gaui 330x. I know the adrucopter's power distribution board the escs plug in and only the "+ -" gos into the location for motor one on the actual adrino board. Would it be ok if I plugged the "s + -" from each esc into the headers on the adrino?
I did not change any of the modes during set up and by default they are all stabilize.
I'm using a Futaba 7cT and the ESC's are from Gaui however I belive they are identical to the turnigy plush 10amp. Yes I have access to a multimeter
I do not have those ESCs; I recommend you go look up what the beep codes mean.
Thanks every one for helping me! finally ended up recharging both battery's (lipo and tx), and running though the initialization of every thing again... not sure what was different but i finally have it flying... for some odd reason I cant disarm the motors but I will continue to play around and hopefully figure it out...
I have had a similar fail, I use jdrones esc's and this all 6 need signal ground connected to battery ground, because inside the esc the ground connection between battery and signal ground is not hard wired. if you use jdrones pcb all ground connections go to battery ground(-). So remember to put all signal cable ground from esc and put it in to apm. If you take a flight without do that maybe you lose pwm to the esc.