I changed drone, I started a project with an Y6 I changed to a quad. My APM board was configured for Y6, when I changed drone, I download the firmware for the quad. I recalibrate my remote control, my motors. When I plug the lipo, the motors start to beep all the time ..
If I push the stick (yaw) to the right, the green LED is blocked. Yet I push the gas, the engine continues to beep, and does not accelerate ..
May be that the engines are not calibrated?
When I want to automatically calibrate the motors, I follow the wiki and when plugging the lipo, motors beeps all the time, and if I go down the throttle, nothing happens..
I hope to get help from someone because I can't solve this problem :(
When I plug my ESC DIRECTLY on the RC there is no problem!
if can't come CSE, where it just?
ps: sorry for my expression
If the APM shows that it's arming, sounds like the firmware is running OK and your RC is talking to it correctly.
ESC's generally beep because they are not receiving a (correct) signal. I'd suggest you double-check the ESC connections to the APM are on the right pins and connectors up the right way.
Also, is your LiPo fully charged? Low voltage can also cause beeping.
If no luck with any of that, you could try reloading the firmware, making sure you erase the EEPROM first with the CLI command "setup" then "erase".
Could you supply a bit more info about your quad including APM1 or 2, what ESC's, do you have a PDB, is the beeping regular and fast or slow ...
Have you tried a complete reload of the firmware? Sometimes it doesn't get it right.
I will give you more information on the equipment used tomorrow. as soon as I get to my internship site I give you this information immediately.
Dave thank you very much for helping me
And these are rapid beeps,
I did an erase on the eeprom and it y always beeps when I plug.
Does Mission Planner show the throttle at minimum setting? You may need to reverse your throttle.
Otherwise, you might have struck a known bug in the APM2 which they hope to fix shortly. A workaround is, after you plug in the LiPo and everything has started, try pressing the Reset button. You may need to do it a few times until the ESC's stop beeping.