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Apm 2.6 ezuhf ppm

Started by Damo. Last reply by Damo 1 hour ago. 2 Replies

hi,Is it possible to connect my ezuhf diversity receiver to the apm 2.6 using only one servo cable(ppm i believe it is called). This will be great if it is do-able.Continue

V3.1.5

Started by Scott. Last reply by Randy 5 hours ago. 1 Reply

Does anybody know why I cant use a Geo Fence when I'm trying to plan a mission on Mission Planner?And when I say I cant, I mean its not selectable when I right click. Thanks.Continue

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frsky taranis

Started by Damo. Last reply by Stone1295 on Friday. 1 Reply

hi,I recently bought a frsky taranis. Am i supposed to use the frsky firmware on their website or should i goto the opentx website and get the version there(which is much newer). ThanksDamoContinue

JDrones store, no response!!!

Started by TheGiantUfo. Last reply by Jani Hirvinen on Friday. 30 Replies

Hello all,Anybody have an idea why jdrones store support team is not answering? (Even Jani Hirvinen)?As I am trying to contact them since a week but there is no response.ThxContinue

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Comment by Bradley J Carr on December 19, 2012 at 8:36am

Yea.  Maybe I will stick with my quad.  I haven't really mastered it yet.  Probably never will but I think I will stay with it and see what I can do.  Thank you Richard


T3
Comment by Richard Boyhan on December 19, 2012 at 8:34am
Hi Bradley,
The Hex is more stable and it can lift more weight. But the Hex is more work and expense. If you crash the Hex you have youay have more parts to replace. With Hex you have a bit more tuning since you have the extra motors and ESC. I own both a Quad and Hex. Both are a joy to work on and fly. If money is not a problem, go with the Hex. If you want to save money and learn, start with the Quad.
Hope this helps.
Merry Christmas,
Richard
Comment by Bradley J Carr on December 19, 2012 at 8:13am

I have a 3dr quad and was thinking of buying upgrades to get it to the hexa.  Are the hexa's more stable and little better to fly?  I was looking for some pros and cons.

Comment by Matt R on December 18, 2012 at 10:23am

Ditto on the same setup, 3DR Hexa-B, 11X4.7. I encountered the same clearance issue between two of the props. What worked for me was to loosen the two arms slightly, shift them apart, and re-tighten.

Comment by droner on December 18, 2012 at 9:55am

This is the same set up as I have and the 11x4.7 fit fine on mine. You may want to reach out to 3dr or udrones and ask them what is up. It would be nice if they provided some type of guide for the set up even when they are RTF but i guess thank goodness for the community. 

Comment by Andrew McKinstry on December 18, 2012 at 9:40am

p props in correct location now.. clearance still an issue

Comment by Andrew McKinstry on December 17, 2012 at 7:33pm
Hmm. 3DR sold me the unit with motors installed and also ordered the large prop from them@ same time..

JDrones
Comment by Jani Hirvinen on December 17, 2012 at 7:00pm

Andrew. Looks like you have a big problem. I am not sure if 3DR frames are designed for big motors and big propellers but way how they are in your hexa is bad and you cannot use it like that. all jDrones frames are fully tested with 12" propellers. I would suggest to use only 10" props on that your current hexa.

Comment by Andrew McKinstry on December 17, 2012 at 10:10am

Hello.. Shiny new hexa with all the toys about to leave bench (I hope).. however prop clearance issue! Or am I missing something.. 880 motors 11x4.7 props

thanks

Comment by avionics on December 9, 2012 at 9:45am

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Hi Guys

I was in the middle of tuning for my Loiter and suddenly the quad started coming down out of control and crashed. Luckily no damage but it went out of control. this is the log i appreciate if any one can help and see what went wrong. thanks

 

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