Hi I am new to this. Trying to setup ArduPlane on APM 2.0 hardware in a twinstar. My servo's don't respond, even though all the following is working:* Perfect connection with APM Planner 1.1.77 via…Continue
"Thomas, I came across this post which sounds similar....hope it helps, extract below Paul
Well, the solution goes like this :-
First, installed the power is normally applied to the 5V rail on the OUTPUT side of the APM. APM1 does not…"
"Yes, I am very sure. For the connections to the receiver, the manual is very very clear. But of rthe output I had to look at the ArduCopter manual (http://code.google.com/p/arducopter/wiki/APM2RC) to see that signal wires should go towards the…"
"Thank you for the answer, but this is not it.
I have the switch on, and I do power from the output side via the ESC signal wire. I can also hear the 'twitter' from the servos, but they just don't respond. If I plug the servos directly…"
"The "switch" that allow you to use 1 power source is one way. You need to provide power at the output rail where you have the servos plugged in. Then the power will flow to the input side. If you only power from the input…"
Hi I am new to this. Trying to setup ArduPlane on APM 2.0 hardware in a twinstar. My servo's don't respond, even though all the following is working:* Perfect connection with APM Planner 1.1.77 via USB. Vertical horizon moves perfectly.* Connected my receiver to the input ports. Perfect respons in APM Planner under configuration when I moves my sticks.* Have set all modes from a three-state switch on my trasmitter to manual.* Applied swicth on APM 2.0 so it can be powered from one of two ESC.*…See More