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User group for those flying ArduCopter on traditional helicopter platforms

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T-Rex 800 Pro DFC Params

Started by Jochen Anglett. Last reply by Ultrafuge on Friday. 15 Replies

anybody out there how can help me with some good PID Values for 3.3.3 to start?My first two attempts were unsuccessful and that could be very expensive. If it's a secret, I would be willing to pay…Continue

Tags: pid, pixhawk, 800, t-rex

Trying to setup an arducopter 1.0 with AC 3.2.1 + eSky Belt CP eCCPM helicopter...

Started by Simon. Last reply by James Apr 30. 3 Replies

Dear Group,I'm attempting to build a traditional heli setup with an arducopter 1.0 and an eSky Belt CP with eCCPM.My first question, is this possible?I've attached my setup so far, I've 3D printed…Continue

Tags: CP, eCCPM, Belt, eSky, 1.0

Odd attitude control issues with tradheli on 450

Started by Mark Omo. Last reply by Mark Omo Apr 10. 2 Replies

So right now I am working with a 450 that has an odd issue, with the stock throttle accel settings after a few seconds of great flight it will start jack hammering in flight.here is the video of the…Continue

Non electric motored Traditional Helicopter

Started by Benny Shimon. Last reply by Steve Mitchell Feb 8. 4 Replies

Hi all, has anyone have some records\ test results regarding APM with Non electric motored Traditional Helicopter? things like large helicopters motored with benzine or methanol motors.I would like…Continue

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Comment by UAS_Pilot on August 27, 2014 at 8:55am

Vortex 700 UAS, by Sophisticated R/C 


Picture
The Vortex 700 is a Traditional style Helicopter UAS designed with Police forces and Search and Rescue in mind.  The Vortex 700 can be equipped with a variety of payloads depending upon the mission.

The Vortex 700 is designed around the Align Trex 700 Dominator mechanics, a proven, reliable helicopter.

The Vortex 700
Specifications:
Length:  53 in.
Height:  22 in.
Width:  8 in.
Main Rotor Diameter: 62 in
Empty Weight: 9 lbs.
Expected Flight endurance: 30-45 min
Range:  2 miles (C2 Link dependent) 
Payload: 4 lbs
Auto Pilot: PixHawk from 3DR



Mission dependable payload options include but not limited to:
HD Stabilized video
High Resolution mapping camera
NiR mapping camera
IR/Thermal video
Multi-Spectral 


The Vortex Missions Capable for:
Law Enforcement Situational Awareness
Fire Rescue Situational Awareness
Search and Rescue
Mapping
Precision Agriculture
Etc...


Inspections:
Dam
Oil Pipeline
Power line
Wind Mill
Building
Etc...


Please contact Sophisticated R/C for more information......
450 size soon to come....
Comment by UAS_Pilot on August 27, 2014 at 8:54am

Comment by SKYBORNE on August 25, 2014 at 7:57pm

Will APM control a Gas Heli?
Looks like some of you are trying it.

Comment by UAS_Pilot on August 14, 2014 at 9:55am

Trex 700L Dominator DFC powered by PixHawk. 

Having issues arming by the Tx but no trouble arming with my laptop. any group thoughts. I have checked and double checked tx. direction and re calibrated  RC. Channel 8 on and channel 8 off. no luck.


Thanks

Comment by Artem on July 29, 2014 at 2:28pm

Hi, I am experimenting with the AC code and need some help pointing me to a correct library responsible for mixing pitch/roll/collective pitch into the 3 servo outputs for the swash plate? also, please excuse me if this is common knowledge is there a wiki of the ac code itself, i.e. libraries, control logic? 

Comment by Geoff Levy on January 21, 2014 at 3:19pm

This is my Heli actualy flying (not autonomous)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0dSAxv0KiKI&feature=youtu.be

 

Comment by Geoff Levy on January 21, 2014 at 3:07pm

I have been watching this project for the past few years. I am waiting for a stable release for my UAV platform.

Here is a pic from the manufacture, not sure where mine are.

  • Length (m): 2.63
  • Height (m): 0.711
  • Main rotor diameter (m): 2.146
  • Tail rotor diameter (m): 0.403
  • Empty weight (kg): 16.5
  • Payload (kg): 13
  • Max take-off weight (kg): 35
  • Max speed (km/h): 90
  • Cruise speed (km/h): 65
  • Rate of climb (m/s): 4
  • Ceiling (km): 2.5
  • Power plant: 80 cc air cooled twin cylinder gasoline engine
  • Fuel (L): 10
  • Fuel consumption (L/h): 4
  • Endurance (min): 120
  • Operating temperature (°C): -20 to 50
Comment by kevin zhou on January 21, 2014 at 3:04pm

@R_Lefebvre: Thanks Rob, as you said 10kg is much more reasonable, do you have some suggestion which heli frame I can use for this 10kg payload. we can use it to make trial first. how much could it cost ?


Developer
Comment by Rob_Lefebvre on January 21, 2014 at 2:51pm

Nate, we need to talk. ;)

that Rotor Buzz... looks like a modified Yamaha RMax?

Comment by flyingdragon on January 21, 2014 at 2:46pm

I would love to see an RC helicopter flying 2.5 hours that  big and can carry 30 KG plus it's load will be real hack!

but again the bigger the helicopter is the bigger the blades and the components,

I had Bergen helicopter few years a go I build it for 10 days, here is it, but alas my friend crashed before I even tried to do the first hover:)

 
 
 

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