This may seem like a really basic problem, and no doubt many of you will be telling me that i have set things up wrongly. I have been through the wiki about 8 times checking, double checking and octi-checking every parameter i can think of, but when i throttle up on my hex-copter, it wants to roll to the right.
To be sure i have the motors connected correctly, i checked the wiki and have run the motor test to which everything seems to agree that it is setup correctly. I have calibrated the accelerometer and the platform is level on the HUD. I have also checked roll and pitch outputs from the transmitter and they are orientated the correct way and are reading as central in mission planner. Here is my motor configuration:
When i throttle up, channel 2, 3 and 6 outputs (left side of craft) are higher than the right side and the multi-rotor quite rightly starts tipping to the right. I have tried re-calibrating the accelerometers and same thing is happening
I would really appreciate if someone could get me an answer as i have been scratching my head for about 2 weeks trying to figure this out
Things i have tried:
- reversing channels on transmitter
- checked motors are connected properly
- re-calibrated accelerometers
- checked outputs of transmitter
- ensured props are the right way round
- Re-calibrated the ESCs
Will owe you a beer if you can crack it!