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Quadcopter nose dive on first flight

Started by Mert. Last reply by Mert Aug 11. 24 Replies

Hello everyone,A couple of minutes ago I tried to fly my quadcopter for the first time. Unfortunately it ended in a nose dive before even taking off. Something I noticed was that when I raised my…Continue

problemas con quadcopter- retrocede

Started by jhonatan tacza Jun 13. 0 Replies

que tal compañeros un saludo.bueno arme un f450 y tengo un problema con mi f450 que no se queda en althold en el punto y siempre se va hacia atras, en modo estabilizado tambien retrocede.espero sus…Continue

needed

Started by iftikhar khan. Last reply by Bill Piedra Jun 10. 15 Replies

i need quad copter design and specification ( hardware ) and differnet detail i need quadcoptre fly 30 min and tale off weight will be 250g to 30kgs i will pay how can help me for all this project or…Continue

Only 3 Motors spinning at any one time

Started by Kenneth. Last reply by Ronnie Hedlund Jun 9. 10 Replies

Hi guys,I'm new to the hobby and I've a diy drone that i'm working on, using the APM 2.6 on 3.2.1 Firmware.I've calibrated my ESCs,and all the manual calibrations that have to be done…Continue

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Comment by Steve Lewis on January 7, 2014 at 2:33pm

@John McGrath and others. I am curious about the regulator that has been mentioned. Do you have a location on the board or schematic? I ask because I bought a used APM 2.5 and have had issues with it concerning updating to 3.1. I'd like to replace mine and see what my results are.

Comment by John McGrath on January 7, 2014 at 2:14pm

Guys if you have a bad regulator why not fix it? Most are all DIY types on here get a soldering iron (low wattage) and replace it then get the better update. If mine was blown thats what I would do.

Comment by Dennis Fuente on January 7, 2014 at 2:01pm

So i went back and installed 2.9b and the same thing occurred bad gyro health prearm health bad on the flight data page and i cannot arm the ESC's funny it all worked prior to updating to 3.1 is there a way to fix it ? not going to purchase another APM any help appreciated.

Dennis 

Comment by Dennis Fuente on January 7, 2014 at 12:30pm

Hi Sean 

 Yes i see that this is a common problem after updating to 3.1 i would think that 3dr would take care of the issue guess not. 

Thanks for the information i am going to try and go back to previous 2.9

Dennis 

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Comment by Sean Headrick on January 7, 2014 at 12:21pm

I had the same problem, likely a blown regulator. seems a pretty common problem. In the "load Firmware" section of mission planner there is an  option at the lower right side that says "load previous firmware" or "load previous version" . You can find version 2.9 there.

Comment by Dennis Fuente on January 7, 2014 at 12:14pm

hey guys 

Is it possible to go backwards in version say from 3.1 back to 2.9 my apm worked in 2.9 but came up with a problem in 3.1.

Thanks

Dennis 

Comment by Essam on January 5, 2014 at 11:49pm

Thank you all; I have making some progress towards my project while reading your inputs

Comment by Drone-University.com on January 3, 2014 at 2:12pm

@essam

You may have a look at this French site : http://airinov.fr/concept#/concept/télédétection

They are using 4 different lenses of which 2 different IR, specifically to do exacftly what you are looking for.

You may use Google automatic translation if you cannot read French.

Cheers


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Comment by Michael Pursifull on January 3, 2014 at 11:47am

@Essam: ArduCopter has no trouble at all climbing to 2200 AGL; in fact, it can get there very quickly.... the limiting factors here is regulatory and one of resolution and of vibration. As you are in the US, you'll need to stay under 400ft AGL. Being closer helps in that each pixel of your camera will cover a smaller bit of your target, meaning that it is generally more useful. It also means that whatever blur effect you have from high frequency vibration is a bit less destructive to the data, as long as it is within acceptable limits.

What is the reason you need to capture the entire area in a single shot (vs taking multiple shots in rapid succession using a patterned flight and stitching them together?) There are a growing number of software packages that stitch the photos together for you....

 
 
 

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