"I am attending a conference next month with a presentation from the FAA on uas and how to attain a cert. to operate. Rory, if you have any specific questions you would like me to ask I would be happy to do so. I have many myself I intend to ask."
"Well now I have no señor data in terminal or MP. It allows me to arm the board now, it wasn't for a while. I've had enough and ordered a Naza With gps today. And when I start my octo build this winter I'll prolly get the woo…"
"I'm using 2.8.1, and bought it in august. It has been flying fine, and I have had very few problems considering the issues other people have. I did have a strange rollover and crash a few days ago. But I fixed it up and things where fine…"
fI am getting no data from my sensors. MP connects to APM 2.5. only info is Channels in., and i can calibrate radio. parameters seem to accept changes, But no arming, sensor data, guages or anything.did my APM 2.5 go bad?See More
"Could u explain how you set up a separate power supply for the 1260? I am getting 4.87 volts at the sonar, but it doesn't seem to be working. In the terminal screen test it shows a constant 438cm.
"i have cotton gauze over the barometer, and fly wp's at 2.5 m/s. In Alt hold i can fly all around the field at a pretty good click, and it will hold alt. within a couple of meters, even when i stop it stays close. Close…"
" Perhaps your barometer is getting faked by higher pressure when travelling at higher horizontal velocity. A test method to see if this is happening would be to set Alt Hold mode and fly manually at high speed …"
Im flying a QAV500 quadcopter for a couple months now with the apm2.5 on 2.8.1 update. I've had a lot of success I think with this product, and every flight is a learning experience. Most of my problems I've found are operator error because I'm new to all this PID tuning stuff and fpv. I think I've got my copter tuned in pretty well except for one thing. When I try auto missions the copter never climbs to the alt I programmed, and between wp's it slowly loses altitude and will decend into the…See More