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For Sale: ArduCopter, RC, batteries, charger, spare parts, ...

Started by Mike Jacobs yesterday. 0 Replies

I have a functional ArduCopter and associated RC transmitter, batteries and charging equipment for sale.  I no longer have time to fly so must unload full package for $650 (+shipping).  More details…Continue

where was it going?

Started by George. Last reply by George on Saturday. 2 Replies

I was doing some low and slow figure 8s with my 3DR quad in the park when suddenly it started a fast climbing turn, heading for points south, until it crash landed about 30 feet up in a tree:  …Continue

Hexa-B, APM 2.5 Controller and DX8/AR8000 Setup HELP!

Started by Peter Klimon. Last reply by Victor Miranda on Saturday. 5 Replies

PLEASE - Can someone with similar configuration please email me a Spektrum DX8 configuration file so I can get back on track with my ArduCopter build? I would especially be interested in settings for…Continue

Tags: DX8/AR8000, Setup, HELP!, and, Controller

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Comment by GIREESH NARAYANAN NAIR on August 29, 2013 at 2:17am

How I can get software version : 2.9.1 for APM 1.4. It is no longer supported. 

Comment by Devon Lyons on August 16, 2013 at 6:27pm
Depends on your software version: 2.9.1 - yes, 3.0.1 - no.
Comment by Santini on August 16, 2013 at 6:25pm

so I have been away for awhile is the optical flow sensor supported on APM2.5

 


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Comment by David Anders on August 15, 2013 at 1:28am

Hey all,

Just thought I would drop a quick note here to tell all that the 5th DIYDrones Melbourne, Australia meet is happening this Sunday from 08:30 at Williamstown.  Check out the Melbourne group for more details. (:

All welcome. (:

Comment by Hugues on August 8, 2013 at 9:58am

Which command can i use in auto mission to have the arducopter face a certain direction flying between two waypoints, instead of the default which is facing the direction nbetween waypoints? Which parameter in the waypoint command or is it another command to use  ?

Comment by John McGrath on August 7, 2013 at 5:55pm

Try to embed this one more time now from you tube. 

Comment by furqan on August 4, 2013 at 6:09pm

arducopter C++ code algorithm  ? any links ?


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Comment by David Anders on August 1, 2013 at 10:34pm

@tahines - there are two schools of thought here.  One, go conservative and get an AR.Parot or something like that and practice the difference in control.

Or two, buy a quad (x4), build it and learn that way.  It's fairly fool proof if you read the wiki, manuals, ask questions and TEST TEST TEST.

You will of course break things (props, motors, bend arms, etc) even if you are careful.

Considering you've been around RC before I would probably start with a X4.  That's what I did (making the jump from planes) and never looked back.

It really comes down to your budget, ability and confidence. (:

Happy to PM more if you're interested.

Comment by John McGrath on August 1, 2013 at 8:57pm

@tahines if you have no flying time with a multirotor do yourself a favor and get a cheap 40 dollar one to fly with for a few weeks before you even think about flying a arducopter.   If you are just concerned with a "hobby" type setup a quad would work fine. If you are looking to do something more ie bigger cam etc.. Hexa, Y6, X8 but it sounds like that's going to be overkill for you..

Comment by tahines on August 1, 2013 at 3:46pm

Thinking about buying a 3DRobotics Copter.  Don't know which one to get (X8, Y6, or X4) with FPV.  This will be my first copter.  I have been flying RC electric planes with small camera a while.  Ready to get a copter.  Anyone have any good/bad info on these units?  This is for hobby and aerial video/photography with a small camera or GoPro unit.  Any help would be useful.

 
 
 

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