Hi.... I'm a beginner of using the arducopter using APM 2560, all the instruction I've done,such uploding the APM 2560, calibrating ESC, RC, and the motors have started beeps as usual, but the command from RC doesn't mean for the motors such throttle, pitching, yaw, and roll control......is there any solution????
Is the green LED on the board still flashing ? or is it on all the time ?. make sure you are arming the system with rudder
command to make the green LED on all the time -not flashing.
yes, the green led is flashing, not on all the time, so what should I do? what does the meaning of arming the system with rudder?
Arming with rudder means that you need to put your rudder stick to full right/throttle 0 and keep it there about 10 seconds to activate your motors.
When motors are activated, green led will be solid.
ok, I'll try this......thank Mr. Jani
oh.....after I configured as you say, the green led is still flasing,what's the matter?
all inputs signal have been connected with the servo output of APM board, the motors start initial with beeps as usual, not beep every second when powered with battery, and
can you run the radio calibration again? Sounds like you have set wrong.
Many radios have the throttle output high PWM with a low throttle. You may need to reverse your radio's CH3 output to get low PWM from CH3 when the throttle is low.
Check all the radio channels and reread the wiki.
at the RC calibration, the throttle bar is seem like going up when I try to push the throttle to high position, but I'll try to do this first...... thank you Mr. Jason
finally, the motors have been rotate since I tried to reverse the radio's CH3, but when I try to push the throttle from low to high position, it' seem like full speed is on the middle not in high position of the stick, what does it mean? should I do the ESC calibration.....???
Did you center the throttle stick at the end of calibration ?
no. I've to center the throttle stick, after I've calibrated the ESC or RC ?