Hi Everyone, I'm a newbie with megapirateng...
Issue: no heartbeat packets received when trying to connect via 3D Radio..
Boad rate on both the usb tel. and the remote at at 57.. Im able to load the info on missionplanner and they communicate its just when i try to connect it for data flight.. so far i only have GPS and telemetry plugged in board is being powered by ESC.
Info about quad copter:
Telemetry - (F03016 Dual TTL 3DRobotics 3DR Radio Telemetry Kit 915Mhz for APM APM2)
I connected the gps and telemtry to S1-S3
gps works fine when I connect via USB..
MissionPlanner version 1.2.87
I am able to see the two green lights solid and abe to bring up the settings under Config/Tunning then 3d radio..i double check connections and they match everthing looks good.
I have a read a few forums and they dont give a solid fix.. I tried a few things un installing MP and going with older versions.. and no luck.
Please help sorry if im all over on this post but Im trying to give as much info as possible.
Are you trying to use the 3DR telemetry radios with the AIO Crius? If so then maybe you should be posting your issue on the RCG site: AIO Crius
TCIII ArduRover2 Developer
I am having a similar problem but only on my new(ish) laptop.
I have mission planner 1.2.87 installed on my desktop and can connect to the ardupilot through USB or the 3DR radios.
As soon as I plug the radio into my laptop I can no longer connect via the radios (but can through USB). I have tried loads of things to try and fix it, but to no avail. I have two sets of 3DR radios so I have even been able to try changing that. It only doesn't work on my laptop, which is annoying as I can't take my desktop into the field! :(
I have tried: reinstalling the drivers for the com ports
different versions of mission planner
reassigning the com port number
using older drivers for the com port
changing the baud rate
changing the baud rate in the com properties
To make matters even more frustrating I did a fresh install on my old brick laptop and it all worked straight away! If only it was lighter and didn't need to be plugged in all the time!
The problem must lie with my laptop somewhere, I just can't find it! The only thing I have noticed was that when I installed the radio on my old laptop it installed 2 drivers (COM and Serial..... I think), on my new one only 1 (the com driver). My new laptop worked last month and I can't see how it has changed.....
Any help much appreciated!
A similar issue came up on RCG's you might give it a try.
I have same problem on my 3 computers
I am able to see the two green lights solid and able to bring up the settings under Config/Tunning then 3d radio..i double check connections and they match everything looks good.