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Recovering data from my extremely hard crashed Hexacopter with Apm 2.5

Started this discussion. Last reply by Andre K. Sep 14, 2013. 7 Replies

Hi guys.My hexacopter flew away in start June and i just got it back again today.I was flying at a local sports field and trying to tune the parameters for a stable flight when it suddenly started to…Continue

 

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Andre K. replied to Morten Olsen's discussion Recovering data from my extremely hard crashed Hexacopter with Apm 2.5
"I got your APM in the mail today. The dataflash was simple to fix, what took time, was the USB connector, D- and +5V pad connection were broken, and required a quick-fix :) Anyway - You should have received the logs, and you .param  by now."
Sep 14, 2013
Andre K. replied to Morten Olsen's discussion Recovering data from my extremely hard crashed Hexacopter with Apm 2.5
"well, I did not mention that I have one or two APM 2.5 that went into the sea during testing. (I live on an island.)   - Those were chemically corrosion protected, and still work (a bit corrosion on pins) - but I will never use them for…"
Sep 5, 2013
Para replied to Morten Olsen's discussion Recovering data from my extremely hard crashed Hexacopter with Apm 2.5
"While any GSM repair shop worth its salt could resolder the dataflash and GPS socket, sending it to a fellow hobbyst may even yeld a partially-functional FC. I have a bent and battered APM2 that used to sit atop a crude X made of alu square tubes,…"
Sep 5, 2013
Morten Olsen left a comment for Andre K.
"Again thanks Andrė you are a buddy! :-)"
Sep 5, 2013
Morten Olsen replied to Morten Olsen's discussion Recovering data from my extremely hard crashed Hexacopter with Apm 2.5
"Wow that would be great Andrė! I don't have the right tools or skills to do that. My skills is best in the mechanical stuff. I'm a machinist and teach at a technical school in Copenhagen, which brings me to where I live - I live in Denmark…"
Sep 5, 2013
Andre K. replied to Morten Olsen's discussion Recovering data from my extremely hard crashed Hexacopter with Apm 2.5
"The good news, is that the "chip"  is the actual place your data/logs are stored ! The pads seem undamaged too. You should get it soldered back on, and try to read it out. Hot-air/SMD soldering equipment and some soldering paste is…"
Sep 5, 2013
Morten Olsen replied to Morten Olsen's discussion Recovering data from my extremely hard crashed Hexacopter with Apm 2.5
"I'm sorry, it should be changed now. No i didden't dare connect it before asking you guys first."
Sep 4, 2013

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Richard Boyhan replied to Morten Olsen's discussion Recovering data from my extremely hard crashed Hexacopter with Apm 2.5
"You youtube videos are set to private. Also did you try and connect to the APM and download any logs? Nasty crash. Sorry."
Sep 4, 2013
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Recovering data from my extremely hard crashed Hexacopter with Apm 2.5

Hi guys.My hexacopter flew away in start June and i just got it back again today.I was flying at a local sports field and trying to tune the parameters for a stable flight when it suddenly started to oscillate much from side to side. When i tried to land it, it just took of like a rocket an my hart stopped. Luckily it seemed to stay above me until i lost sight of it.My Hex was very powerful 12 kg thrust and weighing just 3.8 kg. The batteries were fully charged ad should provide power for about…See More
Sep 4, 2013

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Im at machinist. My force i the mecamics, but not the electric stuf. I am soaring.
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Im facinated by the fact that i can film from the sky using a remote controled aircraft.
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