I have the quad sitting next to the computer, props off.
If I connect the battery and then the USB, then connect into the MegaPlanner.
Switch in flight mode.
If I arm the motors (low left) the green led stops blinking. Throttle up spins up the motors, but the artifical horizon rotates up to 45%.
If I reduce the spin, the AH gauge levels off. The faster I spin up the motors, the faster the AH rolls.
Any idea what to check for?
Anybody ever seen this happen before?
I thought it might be an electrical connection to power, but as long as the motors are spinning then the roll factor is present.
If the motors are armed and not moving, the craft sends data appropriate to its position, as I hold it and roll it around.
Throttle up and the craft shows the increasing roll condition. It makes the craft unflyable.
Have you tried hand test without APM-MP ??
Put props on, take firm grip from dome center and start your engines. Keep quad as far as you can so you are not get hit by props and then just give throttle till you feel lift from those. How does it feel when doing this?
Which 3 pads?
The sensor filters? Ok. It will be done tonight.
Thanks guys. Hopefully I can fly tomorrow!
That stopped the body roll, but now its yaw rate will not stay in one place as its turning to the port side.
Yes it has a mag. I am also flying in simple mode.
Throttling up, just about to lift, the craft starts turning.
I have it balanced as well as I can, I'll check the balance of the props later
This begs a question; why are the filters off by default?