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AlanGP commented on RCrecon.be's video
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Flite Test - The OSRC Project

"Flite Test on the leading edge again!"
Jan 16, 2013
Carl La France commented on RCrecon.be's blog post RCrecon - Multicopter Compilation 2012
"Thanks for sharing ! I liked the landing Have a Great Day!"
Jan 11, 2013
RCrecon.be commented on David Mobach's blog post Telemetry radio case for XBee & 3DR style radios
"Nicely done!"
Jan 11, 2013
valentin colon commented on RCrecon.be's blog post The OSRC project is getting somewhere
"nice!!!!!"
Jan 11, 2013
RCrecon.be commented on Paul Braun's blog post Request for flight footage
"Willing to send some clips too just choose what you want ;) http://www.rcrecon.be"
Jan 11, 2013
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Jan 10, 2013
RCrecon.be commented on RCrecon.be's blog post The OSRC project is getting somewhere
"So many things to try out with this one ^^"
Jan 10, 2013
Emery c. Chandler commented on RCrecon.be's blog post The OSRC project is getting somewhere
"id love to get this, how helpful it would be with an Ariel station built onto a balloon let alone a normal aircraft platform!"
Jan 10, 2013
RCrecon.be posted a video

Flite Test - The OSRC Project

The Open Source Remote Control (OSRC) isn't a transmitter, and it's not a receiver, it's an open source remote control system! The OSRC offers FPV capabiliti...
Jan 10, 2013
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RCrecon.be - Multicopter Compilation

A compilation I made from some footage over the years with multicopters :) Special thanks to Haute-Cuisine.be, Pieter Janssens and Vincent P. (FPV pilot with...
Jan 2, 2013
RCrecon.be posted a blog post

Remove your props when testing new firmware

A friend had an accident, how much more you have to tell people to remove the props when uploading a new firmware.Dude saying it was a "software error" on Multiwii...and this is the result:See More
Sep 24, 2012
RCrecon.be commented on u4eake's blog post Twinstar fpv lost and found by girls.
"Nice too see some other Belgian fly and recover their planes :P thanks to the nice girls!"
Sep 24, 2012
Wyatt Ciomperlik commented on RCrecon.be's blog post Remove your props when testing new firmware
"I think this blog post serves as a grim reminder that caution = success = no visiting the ER. If this were to be front and center, everyone would try not to have the same happen to them."
Jul 19, 2012
Matthew Schroyer commented on RCrecon.be's blog post Remove your props when testing new firmware
"Ouch! I hope your friend recovers soon! These aircraft are definitely not toys. Learned this first hand when I accidentally overloaded an ESC and caused a small fire in my basement last weekend. I now work with an extinguisher next to me AND also…"
Jul 19, 2012
Cliff-E commented on RCrecon.be's blog post Remove your props when testing new firmware
"Couple of things I noticed with multicopters: a. never connect to MP on USB with ESCs on (props may spin up to 30% for 3-4secs) b. never plug in USB with ESCs on (ditto) c. never open/close a Arduino terminal with ESCs on (props make spin 1…"
Jul 18, 2012
Wyatt Ciomperlik commented on RCrecon.be's blog post Remove your props when testing new firmware
"I always unplug my motors (kill the engine if its gas) and remove my props on whatever I am doing maintenance on...   All I have to say is congrats, you still have fingers. Anyways, hope those fingers can get back on the TX…"
Jul 18, 2012
Jesse Struyvelt commented on RCrecon.be's blog post Remove your props when testing new firmware
"True! But this shouldn't have happened. Even without props on them! It's a serious lack in the software .."
Jul 18, 2012

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Jordi Muñoz commented on RCrecon.be's blog post Remove your props when testing new firmware
"Just disconnect one phase of your motors and you will be safe!! "
Jul 18, 2012
Jay Bryon commented on RCrecon.be's blog post Remove your props when testing new firmware
"Looking into a simple proplock.  If I come up with something brilliant (unlikely) I'll post it to thingiverse.  "
Jul 18, 2012
Jay Bryon commented on RCrecon.be's blog post Remove your props when testing new firmware
"I got nailed launching a simple flying wing.  Brushless = ER visit potential.  Changed how I launch the wing after that, but it's also a good reminder to have friends around if at all possible.  It is possible to do something…"
Jul 18, 2012

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About Me:
Aerial Photo and Video, where the action is!

RCrecon started exploring the sky in 2010 with remote controlled airplanes and some concept new U.A.V. drones.

With our knowledge, experience, programming and upgrading in-the-air-camera's, we are ready for your challenge!

jonathan@rcrecon.be

http://www.rcrecon.be
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The OSRC project is getting somewhere

Posted on January 10, 2013 at 10:00am 3 Comments

Flitetest had a skype meeting with Demetris from OSRC

http://youtu.be/0brSJ4kKask

Remove your props when testing new firmware

Posted on July 17, 2012 at 5:00pm 19 Comments

A friend had an accident, how much more you have to tell people to remove the props when uploading a new firmware.

Dude saying it was a "software error" on Multiwii...

and this is the result:

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