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You are still running the MP with MAVlink 0.9. You can fix this in 2 ways: Either go to the folder where MP is installed and find the .exe for MP 1.0 or Download the MP installer from the downloads section, and install…"
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Hello Fellow DIY Drone members & friends,I am putting together a Quadcopter and have gone with a printable frame! (pics in my profile) Thank you to Mike and Peter for your extended help thus far!I was looking around for some hardware and a friend mentioned I should post here to see if anyone has some parts laying around they would sell.I am in the market for 4 quad motors & ESC for the Quad. Also in the market for some FPV stuff if the price is right.the specs are below…See More
"The plans are attached to my profile http://www.thingiverse.com/eviealani you can use Google sketchup to modify them to fit your gear. Its not very hard from what I am seeing. Thank you to Peter for printing me the…"
yup it would. Two reasons, first is the heat generated by the ESC, while it might not mess up your APM2 to the point of failure it sure would cause the ESC to get hot as hell. Those need to be cooled, usually they are put in front of some kind of vent so the aircraft's motion cools it.
the only other thing I could see is that anytime you have a lot of current running through something that conducts current you get a magnetic field generated. My ESC pulls down up to 35A before it would fail and that might be more than enough to interfere with sensitive electronics.
of course, specific applications and shielding can mitigate those problems, but all in all, put your ESC somewhere that it can get cooled.