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New power module proposition

Started this discussion. Last reply by Artem Mar 5, 2014. 7 Replies

Hi everyone! I would like to list two ideas (none novice or mine) which I hope will gain the attention of our community and result in 3dr introducing some new products and functions in the apm…Continue

Tags: halleffect, hall effect, voltage sensor, current sensor, 6s

MyFlyDream AAT and APM/Pixhawk

Started this discussion. Last reply by mP1 Feb 18, 2014. 2 Replies

Hi, I am seriously considering building an antenna tracker. However after some research and sourcing all the various parts/bits and pricing it all together I get a really "hacked-together" looking…Continue

noob question

Started this discussion. Last reply by Artem Nov 19, 2013. 6 Replies

Hi everyone, I've just finished building a tricopter, put an apm 2.6 with external mag/gps on a self made mast very far from any interference, but close to the CG my apm is directly on the CG. done…Continue

Tags: 2.6, apm

 

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Artem replied to Randy's discussion Copter-3.3 beta testing
"Haven't seen your logs, but it sounds awfully like sync loss :( ..... Did you bench testsed you ESC/motor/prop/lipo combo beforehand? During ATT firmware request very fast and large throttle changes, many simonk/blheli ESCs combined with h high…"
6 hours ago
Artem replied to Randy's discussion Copter-3.3 beta testing
"Oh yes, leonardt, I've actually figured out that I was looking on the wrong log when wrote the first post, again, my bad."
23 hours ago
Artem replied to Randy's discussion Copter-3.3 beta testing
"no onder your copter jumps up and down :) your vibes are waaaay over the head.... check all the bolts, make sure that your frame is structurally intact and that your props are balanced.  "
Monday
Artem replied to Randy's discussion Copter-3.3 beta testing
"Jeremy, could you post your log? bad vibes usually affect alt-hold flight modes, because it is not only the baro which is used, but all the accs and gyros. "
Monday
Artem replied to Randy's discussion Copter-3.3 beta testing
"please elaborate on the alt jumps on x2....  are you using foam/case or not.....  I though it only was my old x2.... "
Monday
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Sunday
Artem replied to Randy's discussion Copter-3.3 beta testing
"Sorry, I guess, a bit much stress and I was looking on the wrong log, totally my mistake. In the correct log AC does what it should, but ESC/motor doesn't react as they should. My bad, this looks like a hardware failure. Looking in the log it…"
Jun 25
Artem replied to Randy's discussion Copter-3.3 beta testing
"Randy or leonardt, I just had an interesting flight on 3.3rc5 it is a fairly short flight which ended up in crash w/o much damage. basically after a take off, my tried and true (running rc5 for several weeks now) copter started acting strangely and…"
Jun 24
Artem replied to Randy's discussion Copter-3.3 beta testing
"TBH the RTFhawk in question is in the parts bin now. I am going auav X2 for all the copters I build now. "
Jun 21
Artem replied to Randy's discussion Copter-3.3 beta testing
"Paul, Atheron, the log you posted does not contain signs of IMU2 malfunction. it is pretty easy to see actually. When graphing IMU2 ACC x,y,z on an affected clones, all three show solid lines stuck at different and mostly unreal figures, showing…"
Jun 19
Artem replied to Randy's discussion Copter-3.3 beta testing
"3DR owns trademark "Pixhawk". I wouldn't really trust all the manufacturers... especially those one selling the latest and greatest at half the price.  btw, show us the log... "
Jun 19
Artem replied to Randy's discussion Copter-3.3 beta testing
"not pixhawk, but a *****hawk.... "
Jun 19
Artem commented on Nick Arsov's blog post New ACSP3 current/voltage sensor with dual interface
"@Philip, never meant as an offence, but as a clever thinking. But immediately I knew that you already had a person to give/sell (as this is a common practice is stores like Fry's Electronics and Best buy, as long as the item is in working…"
Jun 17
Artem commented on Nick Arsov's blog post New ACSP3 current/voltage sensor with dual interface
"@ Marc, I do the same thing with most of the chinese PMs which my friends bring to me :)  using a turnigy amp meter from HK, so far attopilot90 and this turnigy power meter agreed within +/- 0.4amp.... at the default 36.60mV / Amp…"
Jun 17
Artem commented on Nick Arsov's blog post New ACSP3 current/voltage sensor with dual interface
"@Marc 1. Each business operates on profits, if there is no profit nothing is done. With a new and unknown product there comes need for an aggressive advertisement company: There is no batter advertisement than publicly doing such a thing. Why not…"
Jun 17
Artem commented on Nick Arsov's blog post New ACSP3 current/voltage sensor with dual interface
"@Hugues, no need fro PRO for me, however there is a HOBBY crowd.... and it is the fastest grownig segment of the market where APM platform can shine, however all the accessories mostly come from China or are DIYed. You yourself posted and article on…"
Jun 17

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At 6:05pm on January 29, 2014,
MR60
Forrest Frantz
said…

What is your budget?

At 6:14pm on January 29, 2014, Artem said…

this is going to be for my "dream tricopter"  and thus I will be making some saving for this purpose, so if it is under 100usd than I think I could afford them....  so far I found NX-4006-530kv motors 67g 481g @ 3.35amp theoretically 

At 6:16pm on January 29, 2014,
MR60
Forrest Frantz
said…

Also, can I phrase the question as such:

Is there a rotor (motor and prop) that generates more than 430 grams of net thrust (500 grams less motor weight of 70 grams; thrust after the weight of the rotor is removed along with the additional weight of 2 grams per inch of prop over 10"), while sipping 43 watts or less (3 amps at a 4S voltage that varies between 10 and 17 volts)?  In other words, a rotor with an efficiency of about 10 grams per watt at 430 grams of net thrust.

Is it OK to word the question that way?  If so, then a 130 gram rotor generating 560 grams thrust at 43 watts would be OK as would a 50 gram rotor generating 480 grams of thrust at 43 watts.

At 5:33pm on June 27, 2015, Paul Atherton said…

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