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
"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."
"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…"
"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,…"
"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…"
"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…"
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