Replies


  • So does anyone actually use this function with a multirotor or plane?  I am using version 3.5  on a multi-rotor and I would like to use the function to set waypoints to program a route then fly the mission and operate the camera.  It will be a really good option to use when I am planning a mission because I am a single operator and it can be a bit hard to fly and aim the camera when trying to get the best angle.  I appreciate your help Thomas I know how knowledgeable you are with Mission Planner.  Also do I need to be in a particular mode for multi-rotor?


    Thomas J Coyle III said:

    @Horatiu,

    What version of the ArduPilot firmware are you running?

    If you are running ArduRover firmware you have to be in the Learning Mode to capture waypoints with the CH7 toggle switch.

    I do not know what mode you have to be in for ArduPlane or ArduCopter firmware.

    Regards,

    TCIII AVD

  • Admin

    @Horatiu,

    What version of the ArduPilot firmware are you running?

    If you are running ArduRover firmware you have to be in the Learning Mode to capture waypoints with the CH7 toggle switch.

    I do not know what mode you have to be in for ArduPlane or ArduCopter firmware.

    Regards,

    TCIII AVD

    • I have made the update to ArduRover 2.50 now, (i have a large rover, actually a small ATV with a 50cc gas engine) and i am in "learning mode" confirmed by Mission Planer but switching the toggle switch on CH 7 does nothing, i can see in calibrating radio window that the toggle switch is working on CH 7 but nothing else.

      I have set CH7_OPTION to "Learn Waypoint" and RC7_FUNCTION set to "disable".

      Best regards,

      Horatiu

This reply was deleted.

Activity

DIY Robocars via Twitter
RT @TinkerGen_: "The Tinkergen MARK ($199) is my new favorite starter robocar. It’s got everything — computer vision, deep learning, sensor…
Monday
DIY Robocars via Twitter
Monday
DIY Robocars via Twitter
RT @roboton_io: Join our FREE Sumo Competition 🤖🏆 👉 https://roboton.io/ranking/vsc2020 #sumo #robot #edtech #competition #games4ed https://t.co/WOx…
Nov 16
DIY Drones via Twitter
First impressions of Tinkergen MARK robocar https://ift.tt/36IeZHc
Nov 16
DIY Robocars via Twitter
Our review of the @TinkerGen_ MARK robocar, which is the best on the market right now https://diyrobocars.com/2020/11/15/first-impressions-of-tinkergen-mark-robocar/ https://t.co/ENIlU5SfZ2
Nov 15
DIY Robocars via Twitter
RT @Ingmar_Stapel: I have now explained the OpenBot project in great detail on my blog with 12 articles step by step. I hope you enjoy read…
Nov 15
DIY Robocars via Twitter
RT @DAVGtech: This is a must attend. Click the link, follow link to read the story, sign up. #chaos2020 #digitalconnection #digitalworld ht…
Nov 15
DIY Robocars via Twitter
RT @a1k0n: Got a new chassis for outdoor races (hobbyking Quantum Vandal) but I totally didn't expect that it might cause problems for my g…
Nov 11
DIY Drones via Twitter
First impressions of the Intel OpenBot https://ift.tt/36qkVV4
Nov 10
DIY Robocars via Twitter
Nov 9
DIY Robocars via Twitter
Excellent use of cardboard instead of 3D printing! https://twitter.com/Ingmar_Stapel/status/1324960595318333441
Nov 7
DIY Robocars via Twitter
RT @chr1sa: We've got a record 50 teams competing in this month's @DIYRobocars @donkey_car virtual AI car race. Starting today at 10:00am…
Nov 7
DIY Robocars via Twitter
Nov 6
DIY Robocars via Twitter
RT @a1k0n: Car's view, using a fisheye camera. The ceiling light tracking algorithm gave me some ideas to improve ConeSLAM, and having grou…
Nov 5
DIY Robocars via Twitter
RT @a1k0n: To get ground truth I measured the rug, found the pixel coordinates of its corners, calibrated my phone camera with my standard…
Nov 5
DIY Robocars via Twitter
RT @a1k0n: @DIYRobocars is back in December, but outside. Time to reinvestigate ConeSLAM! I rigged up a quick and dirty ground-truth captur…
Nov 5
More…