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Radio Calibration Reverse uttons Missing

Started this discussion. Last reply by Andrew Radford Dec 5, 2012. 5 Replies

Hello,I recently upgraded to APM Mission planner 1.2.25 mav 1.0, uploaded the hexa firmware, and noticed that the "reverse" buttons are missing in the radio calibration setup window. Has anyone else…Continue

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Andrew Radford replied to TheMissingRobot's discussion Radio Calibration Reverse uttons Missing
"Perhaps it is still possible to do via a param?"
Dec 5, 2012
TheMissingRobot replied to TheMissingRobot's discussion Radio Calibration Reverse uttons Missing
"Thanks Chris. I understand having experienced a few close calls involving reversed channels. That said, my transmitter requires a re-bind after some setting changes and I have to dissemble the copter to get to the RX. Not a big deal. I just thought…"
Dec 5, 2012

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Chris Anderson replied to TheMissingRobot's discussion Radio Calibration Reverse uttons Missing
"It was only changed on ArduCopter, where getting the reversing wrong can be dangerous. Safer to only do it at the TX."
Dec 5, 2012
TheMissingRobot replied to TheMissingRobot's discussion Radio Calibration Reverse uttons Missing
"I see. Thank you. I always found that feature useful. Why the change in design?"
Dec 5, 2012

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Michael Oborne replied to TheMissingRobot's discussion Radio Calibration Reverse uttons Missing
"that change is by design. please reverse the channel on your radio."
Dec 5, 2012
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Radio Calibration Reverse uttons Missing

Hello,I recently upgraded to APM Mission planner 1.2.25 mav 1.0, uploaded the hexa firmware, and noticed that the "reverse" buttons are missing in the radio calibration setup window. Has anyone else experienced this problem? Is there a way to reverse inputs via the parameter list? Many thanks.See More
Dec 5, 2012
criro1999 commented on TheMissingRobot's blog post Has anyone considered the Wii U tablet/joystick for FPV flying purposes?
"If you connect this device as Joystick using the APM2x (and not WIFI) , you should consider there is a delay of 1-2 seconds between your command the reaction on model, comparing with a real direct TX controller. 1-2 seconds on FPV is a lot of time..."
Nov 27, 2012
Mogly (Umesh Tharanath) commented on TheMissingRobot's blog post Has anyone considered the Wii U tablet/joystick for FPV flying purposes?
"I love this controller very cool yehn... "
Nov 27, 2012
Robert Sinclair commented on TheMissingRobot's blog post Has anyone considered the Wii U tablet/joystick for FPV flying purposes?
"Interesting idea.  At the vest least you could pull the internals out and put in your own sticks and rig up a video receive to the screen."
Nov 23, 2012
Matt Williamson commented on TheMissingRobot's blog post Has anyone considered the Wii U tablet/joystick for FPV flying purposes?
"Wifi will give you like 100m. Maybe use your laptop or other dedicated device to act as a relay"
Nov 22, 2012
Dez Socks commented on TheMissingRobot's blog post Has anyone considered the Wii U tablet/joystick for FPV flying purposes?
"It would require some external mods i'd say.Not sure on range with wifi .good idea!  "
Nov 22, 2012
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Has anyone considered the Wii U tablet/joystick for FPV flying purposes?

The WI-FI enabled device has a 6.2 inch (854×480), touchscreen display which can be controlled via touch, stylus, or joystick.  It seems like there's some cool hacking potential here...See More
Nov 22, 2012
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"Hi Criro, At the time I was flying the older 3DR Quad (with longer arms) ardupilot mega 1, sonar, optical flow, 850kv motors, Gopro 2, and a cheap (too cheap) 2axis mount from Hobby King. Camera…"
Nov 22, 2012
criro1999 commented on TheMissingRobot's video
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Sedona Montage

"Love it. I did notice vibration, looks so good for me. Can you share your quad parameters you are flying?"
Nov 22, 2012
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A view of the Catalina Mountains, high above Tucson Arizona.
Nov 18, 2012
TheMissingRobot commented on Chris Anderson's blog post Hexapods are getting cool (and a little scary)
"Here's some inspiration for a low cost Hexapod using cheap hobby king servos.http://forums.trossenrobotics.com/showthread.php?4102-Low-Cost-Hexapod"
Nov 18, 2012

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About a year ago my wife surprised me with an AR Drone. I was enthralled but unsatisfied with it's limitations(and I also broke it). Ever since I've become a daily visitor to DIY Drones and I've happily burnt a gaping hole in my wallet for the benefit of 3D Robotics. I'm currently upgrading my quad to a hexa.
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Has anyone considered the Wii U tablet/joystick for FPV flying purposes?

Posted on November 22, 2012 at 9:38am 5 Comments

The WI-FI enabled device has a 6.2 inch (854×480), touchscreen display which can be controlled via touch, stylus, or joystick.  It seems like there's some cool hacking potential…

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