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OSD Not Displaying Correctly

Started this discussion. Last reply by Richard Boyhan Aug 21. 4 Replies

I've finally gotten to the point of getting FPV to work on my Y6.  But the problem is the OSD does not display correctly.…Continue

Tags: Bad Display, FPV, OSD

PX4 Logs Not Working

Started this discussion. Last reply by Thomas J Coyle III May 7. 4 Replies

I'm not getting any logs from my PX4.  I'm running firmware 3.1.3 on Y6B and using MP 1.3.1.  I'm trying to analysis my logs but all I get is 6 lines in the log file.  (See below)  I've tried…Continue

Tags: planner, mission, logs, PX4

PX4 Case?

Started Jan 17 0 Replies

I used an APM 2.5 and know that I need a case to keep light and wind off the barometer on the APM.  But does the PX4 need a case or a cover to help it?  The reason I ask, is I'm having a hell of time…Continue

Tags: Hold, Altitude, Cover, Case

Bottom Y6 Props Upside Down

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ardobeginner Nov 21, 2013. 1 Reply

I've been having a lot of problems flying my Y6.  Yaw would change while flying forward or backwards.  The motors on the bottom would getting really hot.  Someone at the airfield that I fly at notice…Continue

Tags: down, upside, props, Y6

 

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Richard Boyhan replied to Philip Johansson's discussion Alt-Hold problem
"Did you check your vibrations. Altitude hold relys on accelerometer and z axis. Check the wiki for instructions on vibration."
2 hours ago

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Richard Boyhan replied to Salvador_Diaz's discussion Share parameters to help others tune
"When you load the firmware it automatically loads the default parameters."
Friday

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Richard Boyhan replied to Steve Zeets's discussion RTK Survey/Mapping X8 Copter GNSS
"I like the clean interface. But the proof is in flying or how well it flys. They showed only computer animated movie, not actual flights. Still a neat idea."
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Richard Boyhan replied to AerospaceVlogger's discussion Supersonic, I'm going to do it.
"Sounds way cool and very dangerous.  I've seen some youtube videos of some really fast jets, using turbine engines.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dTHWBSluUjU I really think you're going to need some kind of rocket to punch it…"
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Richard Boyhan replied to Wilson Frias's discussion Logs 30-12-1979
"Did you check the date and time on your computer?"
Wednesday

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Richard Boyhan replied to Jim Noor-Flatin's discussion Extreme wobble
"Looks like you're flying in Acro mode. What flight mode are you flying in? It should be stabilize. If it is stabilize you need to reset your parameters back to default."
Sep 14

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Richard Boyhan replied to Francesco Bertelli's discussion Which firmware for Y6B? in the group ArduCopter User Group
"You set this under full parameter under frame type. The setting is 10. http://copter.ardupilot.com/wiki/arducopter-parameters/#Frame_Orientation_X_or_V_ArduCopterFRAME"
Sep 14
OwlPic replied to Richard Boyhan's discussion Failed to Talk to Bootloader
"My Pixhawk works as advertised with the  OSD. Is it possible to talk to the OSD through the Pixhawk? (It isn't easy getting my OSD out of the copter) I added the OSD's RX and TX signals from/to the Pixhawk.  Since Michael…"
Sep 14

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Richard Boyhan replied to Zwonimir's discussion Different rpm for bottom engines at coax possible?
"29" inch props, that's amazing. Do you have a picture you can share? With regards to your issue, have you thought about moving your battery to center the weight? These days people are keep the same size top and bottom."
Sep 12

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Richard Boyhan commented on Aldo Vargas's blog post Quadrotor indoor position control
"Very cool, thanks for sharing.  You guys must have gone through a bunch of props to get this to work right.  LOL."
Sep 12

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Richard Boyhan replied to Yan Ma's discussion Visual Tracking Gimbal Control
"That's way cool. Very cool programming, I'm impressed."
Sep 7

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Richard Boyhan replied to Charlie Raley's discussion Taking On A Budget Amature Aerial Video to the next level
"Very cool footage. How many flights did it take to get the footage? How many flights did it take to get the footage? What size props and batteries are you using? How long of flight do you get on charge? What was the farmer doing in the field? Thanks…"
Sep 6

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Richard Boyhan replied to Dieter Gross's discussion PPM Remapping question
"Simply move reciever pin 6 wire to APM pin 7."
Sep 3

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Richard Boyhan replied to Luke's discussion Compass help No mag data but compass good?
"Sounds like you need either an external compass or get you existing compass away from interference. The compassmot I believe needs to be under 30."
Sep 3

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Richard Boyhan replied to Matt's discussion PIXHAWK GPS COMPASS MAST PLACEMENT help
"Yes."
Aug 30

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Richard Boyhan commented on Andrew Tridgell's blog post Lidar landing with APM:Plane
"Congratulations!  Very cool stuff."
Aug 29

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Brain-controlled aircraft Students control a helicopter in flight using only brain waves

Posted on June 5, 2013 at 9:30am 0 Comments

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Brain-controlled aircraft Students control a helicopter in flight using only brain waves

A remote controlled helicopter has been flown through a series of hoops around a college gymnasium in Minnesota. It sounds like your everyday student project; but there is one caveat: the helicopter was controlled using just the power of thought. The…

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FAA gives Arlington, Texas police permission to use UAVs

Posted on March 22, 2013 at 8:30am 7 Comments

FAA gives Arlington, Texas police permission to use UAVs

 

Published 21 March 2013

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has given the Arlington (Texas) Police Department permission to use two small helicopter UAVs. The FAA did lay…

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At 8:23am on October 24, 2012,
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Thomas J Coyle III
said…

Hi Richard,

My apologies for not getting back to you sooner.

Unfortunately I have been very busy lately looking for contract work to supplement my retirement income and helping to support the ArduRover User Group.

Since you work in Davie during the week, maybe we could meet up at my place at the end of one of your work days?

Regards,

Tom C

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