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Understanding ROI in Mission Planner

Started this discussion. Last reply by Richard Boyhan May 20, 2014. 1 Reply

I have a couple questions on how to use ROI in MPI think the way it works is thisI first need to set the location to point to by usingDO_SET_ROIIs that all I need or do I also need to add a RIO?…Continue

Take off using MP

Started this discussion. Last reply by Edgar Scott Oct 4, 2013. 8 Replies

I started this in another form, found that MP has its own disussion, sorry did not know that or I would have asked here. I want to ask before attempting becuase I am affraid of a flyaway.My Tx has…Continue

 

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Edgar Scott replied to Lord Drone's discussion Fixing Jello Effect on Solo Drone Footage in the group 3DR SOLO
"Lord, I 100% eliminated all my jello on my TBS Disco Pro by simply increasing he framerate from moving from 30fps to 60fps, once I did that 100% was gone and I have never looked back. Also here is a well priced jelloguard if you want to stick to…"
7 hours ago
Edgar Scott replied to Edgar Scott's discussion Using an APM/Pixhawk for Near Space Balloon Telemetry Data Collection in the group ArduCopter User Group
"Thanks Grant,  I know no guarantees but at least I have your "best guess now" ;) I don't want to keep "experimenting" with my Official 3DR FC mounted on my expensive TBS because my TBS is too valuable, so I'll just…"
Jun 15

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Grant Morphett replied to Edgar Scott's discussion Using an APM/Pixhawk for Near Space Balloon Telemetry Data Collection in the group ArduCopter User Group
"Hi Ed.  I haven't tested your specific configuration or requirements so you should definitely satisfy yourself its going to work before parting with your hard earned cash.  I can tell you it "should" work with all the…"
Jun 15
Edgar Scott replied to Edgar Scott's discussion Using an APM/Pixhawk for Near Space Balloon Telemetry Data Collection in the group ArduCopter User Group
"Thanks Grant. Your correct 3.2.1 Well what I did was load ArduPlane onto my Team Blacksheep DISCO Quad APM just to "test" this (not to fly my quad of course just to test thi ;)) So ill order a new APM as long as your reasonably sure I can…"
Jun 14

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Grant Morphett replied to Edgar Scott's discussion Using an APM/Pixhawk for Near Space Balloon Telemetry Data Collection in the group ArduCopter User Group
"Hi Edgar.  The APM doesn't have a safety switch.  That's why there is no BRD_SAFETYENABLE parameter. As your running APM on copter I assume your using the older firmware - AC3.2.1. I'm not an expert on copter and it does…"
Jun 14
Edgar Scott replied to Edgar Scott's discussion Using an APM/Pixhawk for Near Space Balloon Telemetry Data Collection in the group ArduCopter User Group
"Grant, I am only going to log Baro/GPS/Accelerometers mask I have to use APM because Pix is just to much money to loose, it may fill up memory but thats okay, I'll take what I can.   I did a simple test with my APM on my quad, I put the…"
Jun 10
Edgar Scott replied to Edgar Scott's discussion RTL activated but not sure why in the group ArduCopter User Group
"Thanks, well I never found it :("
Jun 10
Fnoop Dogg commented on Edgar Scott's blog post FLIR just added a new imager in the line up, ten times less expensive than traditional thermal cameras.
"flir vue looks awesome!  $3k for that kind of quality is perfectly within professional/research budgets and yes transparent pricing policy is refreshing.  I'm tired of the posts on this site with 'contact us' for every…"
May 27
Guy McCaldin commented on Edgar Scott's blog post FLIR just added a new imager in the line up, ten times less expensive than traditional thermal cameras.
"I hadn't seen the FLIR Vue till now.  Maybe still out of reach of hobbyists, but it's a definite game changer for the prosumer market.  Good specs, a simplified interface, a transparent pricing policy, and only EAR for the 30Hz…"
May 27

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RC Tech.se commented on Edgar Scott's blog post FLIR just added a new imager in the line up, ten times less expensive than traditional thermal cameras.
"The Flir Vue starts at USD 1500 so it is sadly still out of reach for most DIY ers. I have a fully featured application for the Raspberry and the Lepton breakout board here: 50 shades of grey (and 11 other palettes...) You can build a…"
May 26
technicus acityone commented on Edgar Scott's blog post FLIR just added a new imager in the line up, ten times less expensive than traditional thermal cameras.
"80x60 25 fov and unknown price =/ very "micro" purpose"
May 26

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AKRCGUY commented on Edgar Scott's blog post FLIR just added a new imager in the line up, ten times less expensive than traditional thermal cameras.
"Much better option-  "
May 26

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AKRCGUY commented on Edgar Scott's blog post FLIR just added a new imager in the line up, ten times less expensive than traditional thermal cameras.
"Resolution is also 10 times smaller... "
May 26
Edgar Scott commented on Edgar Scott's blog post FLIR just added a new imager in the line up, ten times less expensive than traditional thermal cameras.
"Okay, yeah there are some massive differences in the camera quality, the groupgets campaign video really shows how blocky this camera wold be as a pilot camera. Great links Fnoop, I saved the thermal.com for my own later order. "
May 26
Fnoop Dogg commented on Edgar Scott's blog post FLIR just added a new imager in the line up, ten times less expensive than traditional thermal cameras.
"There are a couple of breakout boards for the lepton: https://www.sparkfun.com/products/13233 https://groupgets.com/campaigns/101-dronethermal-thermal-camera-breakout-board-round-2 You can see the quality of it on the dronethermal page, not…"
May 26
Edgar Scott commented on Edgar Scott's blog post FLIR just added a new imager in the line up, ten times less expensive than traditional thermal cameras.
"Very nice starting @ 249 its not bad price at all, adding to this years wish list, thanks again! :-)"
May 26

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At 2:57pm on December 21, 2013, robincfey said…
hey , so I abandoned the apm 2.6 on my disco, ive been using the naza and to be honest I havent looked back , I had real issues trying to tune my pids I spent weeks and hundreds of different levels and it was still way to unstable to fly I then swapped out the apm for the naza and still had problems untill I changed my esc and then it flew perfectly on stock settings no tweeks no tuning it just worked and because I was so tired of trying to the he apm going ive left it ina box for anorher project , the problem esc were the tbs bullet proof esc I don't know if it was the apm that messed them up but I csnt get them to work with the naza either ,as for placement of the apm 2.6 keep it as central as possible if you need to leave it on the top deck while your configuring it once you have it sorted relocate it down stairs , just keep it as close to the center of gravity as possible good luck
At 3:25pm on December 21, 2013, Edgar Scott said…

Thanks for the info, well one good thing another person is using the APM without issues here so hopefully he will have enough insight on any issues I have.   He does not use the stock ESCs so hope thats not an issue.  I will let you know, I had a NAZA before they added waypoints and yeah, they are amazing.  But I like all the extras with the APM although that gap is closing more and more.

Ed,

At 3:35pm on December 21, 2013, Edgar Scott said…

Now that I think of it you maybe should have cut the red wire to the ESCs on the data line?

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FLIR just added a new imager in the line up, ten times less expensive than traditional thermal cameras.

Posted on May 26, 2015 at 12:00pm 13 Comments

FLIR just added a new imager in the line up ten times less expensive than traditional thermal cameras.



Resolution is  80 × 60 active pixels so I guess its to low res for a pilot camera at night.  At least prices are coming down

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