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pixhawk signal logic voltage?

Started by Hugues. Last reply by Artem Bulashev 21 hours ago. 4 Replies

Hi,What is the signal's logic voltage level on pixhawk I2C and GPS port? 3.3V or 5V?I do not have an oscilloscope so if someone had the answer, it would spare me to buy this equipment :)ThxHuguesContinue

CAN NOT INVOKE AUTOTUNE FLIGHT MODE

Started by Marco C. Last reply by Marco C Nov 30. 15 Replies

Hello everybody,I'm trying to fly my exa in autotune flight mode, unfortunately during my indoor test I can't invoke it.As you can see in the attached imagery once I switch on flight mode 3 pixhawk…Continue

Apm 2.6 Impossible stabilization, what do you think about this problem?

Started by Freddy Alcarazo. Last reply by Freddy Alcarazo Nov 27. 9 Replies

Hello dears from diydrones.This quadcopter that I mounted using apm with AC 3.1.5 and the frame x alien..I did  a cheap power distribution board for give supply energy to four motors, but I don't…Continue

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back up power

Started by Marco C Nov 27. 0 Replies

Hello everybody,I was wondering if it is possible to configure servo rail for back up power, I have read this sentence on this wiki …Continue

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Comment by Dan Barreiro on July 18, 2013 at 6:03am

Wayne Morris- I just reposted this in the discussion board, and just saw your comment. Can we continue there? I still don't have a grasp of what's going on, how to even start.

So your saying to follow this link verbatim and it should work? I didn't actually read through it after I saw it was for Ardupilot.

Can we continue on the discussion forum?

Thanks everyone.

Comment by Wayne Morris on July 18, 2013 at 5:45am

@Dan Barreiro  - Arudupilot - Arducopter is the same thing. You can use the video. You basically setup three modes using the three position switch. Then you program an offset mix on the two position switch. The offset just moves the signal down to the next position for each of the three position switch settings.

On the flight mode screen adjust the end points using just the three postion switch to get flight modes 1, 3, and 5. Then turn on the second switch and adjust the offset to get positions 2, 4, and 6.

Comment by Dan Barreiro on July 17, 2013 at 7:59pm

Hi all,

I'm setting up a quad (SteadiDrone) with ArduCopter and a 9ch Tx (JRx-9303).

Everything is up and running, but I'm having a hard time finding a guide on assigning switches in Mission Planner from being all "stabilized" to Stabilize, Acro, Alt hold, Loiter, Simple, RTL.

Like in this video I found here...

Here are my switches as it stands:

I thought this would help, but that's Ardupilot, not Arducopter right?

Thanks in advance guys for any help :)

Dan

Comment by Victor Lee on July 15, 2013 at 9:29pm

Anyone know where I can download Turnigy 9x parameters for HK ST360 ? Thanks.

Comment by andrew goodwin on July 12, 2013 at 1:01pm
After stripping/checking/rebuilding quad after dropping from the sky, i could find nothing wrong . I have tested today with new Rx and all seems ok ! So suspect Rx was cause of problem! So am happily flying again
Comment by William Shaler on July 11, 2013 at 1:57pm

Has anyone used the condition DO_DISTANCE? What exactly triggers that?


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Comment by Randy on July 11, 2013 at 5:27am

@Andrew re issues with position hold on AC3.0.1, could you come post the logs on the AC3.0.1 release thread?

Comment by andrew goodwin on July 11, 2013 at 2:19am
3.0.1
Have had brilliant results with this,
But !
Couple of days ago while testing pos hold my quad went off on its own, no response to controls, went up to 20 odd mts then wandered over to where my car was parked, then shut down (just missing my car)! Also just test hovering quad very twitchy, motors pulsing, like p settings way too high, but they not altered from before, any ideas ?
Comment by Bo Barry on July 10, 2013 at 10:14am

Failsafe & Turnigy 9X:  OK I'm a beginner, still Googling before my first flight. I thought the Turnigy 9x was popular/good/cheap/etc, but have found it does not provide any failsafe functions.

Here's my approach around this, rather than switching to FrySky.

I'm using the 900MHz telemetry system, & running Mission Planner on a small laptop. I read it has a further range than the 2.4GHz Turnigy. So I plan to monitor the battery voltage and whatever else I need, with the telemetry and hopefully do any needed 'recovery' actions.

A question: Does the Arduflyer 2.5 & the MP & the Turnigy 9x allow monitoring the signal strength of the 2.4GHz signal. I think the RSSI is the telemetry signal strength?

Any info appreciated

Bo Barry    

Comment by Dan Skaggs on July 6, 2013 at 7:08am

Just did CLI test on GPS and it seemed to report it was fine.

Did CLI test on compass and report said "Not Healthy".

 
 
 

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