-After doing autotune on my Y6 (RTF 5kg,batt 6s8000MAhx2,APM2.0 rc7) i got some big values as you can see above.and bcs. i had fast oscilations with this settings i lowered the values for 25%(stab.and..rate)
-now it is less…"
"didnt have time for more but i did quick flight with new pids
Y6 is very,very responsive but in hover there is fast vibrations,not all the time....as i could see in 1 min test,it was dark outside....
Where to go from here?stab roll and pitch down…"
"here we go again..
finally successful AUTOTUNE for my big Y6
APM 2.0 external GPS with separate antena(u-blox 7N)
433Mhz 3DR radio
motors: Turnigy Multistar 4830 420KV
ESC:Turnigy Plush 40A (no simonK)
batt: Turnigy Nanotech 6S 8000MAh 25-50C …"
"85 min in the air at 0 Celsius,nothing fancy in setup except very light(but still able to carry go pro)panasonic factorygrade LiIon battery and new bearings on motors
Props: foxtech 17x5,5 Motors: turnigy Multistar 390KV ESC: turnigy…"
"Great News Leonard...yes i fall in love with Y6 first time i saw it as well..foldable like no other frame..only thing i would suggest to the pople who make the frame by themselfs is to build it as a T6,construction is more simple and more clerance…"
".Yes,but in that thread Leonard mentined that he do not agree with bold letters part so i would like to hear his opinion and maybe better explaind what we can do or not...maybe beta firmewere before 3.2(who knows when that will be,,...)"
"1. I must agree with the fact that far too many people are blinded and over defensive of 3DR to the point of it being ridiculous
2. Version of softwere you can find if you connect to mission planer Terminal window and make USB(not…"
Hello Emin, What is your application? I learned to read ppmsum using the pin change interrupt
that is only on pin 8. Outputs (pwm)are toggled directly from within the ISR. I used it for a head tracker, and a gimbal stabilizer with the imu v3. Only one 16 bit timer on the 328p and it does everything as time related with interupts.
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