At some point, Droidplanner changed name to Tower, and suddenly seemed 3DR services - an additional application.Beside the bloating of the phone/tablet with extra icons apps, , what good reason is…Continue
"it's leveling that helps it "stand still" in an non-navigation mode.
no multirotor/helikopter will "stand still" whithout having position reference and correcting position according to it.
so It's in stabilize or…"
"people are interested in actual voltage, under load, not some "would-be-voltage" compensated for load.
Also, each pack have a bit different RI , especially big differance between older and new packs.
"Logged RCOut is following RCIN nicely. Servo voltage says servo power was ok.
So : servos get expected input.
As the plane rolled to the left, you applied more and more aileron until full aileron that gave low PWM of 1097.
my question would be; if…"
"I doubt it, depending on the irframe's ability to build up a charge, normal levels would easily be handled by capacitors and ESC protection in microcontrollers, and unless it's so powerful that components are permanently damaged, it should…"
"well, 5 it's a marketing thing, I would not say it's reliably usable at 2.5.
Then you have the slow error correction/buffering/whatever, the framefreezing and quality drop that comes on top of the huge latency.
Of course, that's to be…"
"there is no Pixhawk "v2" , and you have no current/battery voltage sensor, so I guess this is one of those knockoffs without power redundancy.
The way your log ends, at altitude, indicates that it lost power/rebooted for some…"
"only input should stop it. - and deadzone ensures that it does not need to be a "perfect center"
make us a short log of such attempt:
1. in stabilize, Arm
2. fly to 5 meters
3. Enter Alt-Hold
4. auto-tune on
5. no input from…"
"it should not,. matter, after all, that's a part of achieving high speed, and that's what needs to be limited as altitude error increases.
I have seen altitude drop at high speeds (in alt.hold) that were caused the low pressure/vacuum…"
"if motors are allowed very low throttle, and a rapid descent, the air can blow so hard on the props, that it gets trouble staying in sync.
you could try to increase minimum throttle. - or it can be a bad tuning..
some instability suring…"