I am interested in the basics of what each of the 12 PID paramaters actualy controls and the relation of one to another.....
I have read and really have a pretty good grip on PID's, the adjustments and gain factors.
Servo - roll, pitch, yaw. Correct me if I'm wrong...PID tuning all coresponds to how the servo responds to where the NAV portion says that it should be. ie NAV calls for a 45 deg RH bank roll PID is the control of how quickly/precisely a roll is exicuted.
NAV - all has to do with the navigation of the airplane and how navigational changes are made to guide the airplane to its next waypoint.
That being said here is where my questions come in....Nav Roll - simple enough. Nav Pitch AS, NAV Pitch Alt - obviously one is airspeed while the other is altitude.
1. How does one corespond with the other?
2. Why is it that when I watch my flight log after flying a mission NAV Pitch stays above 0 at all times, the Servo Pitch follows NAV Pitch and my plane continues to climb through the entire mission as well.
3. Energy/Alt PID - information needed.
4. Other Mix's - P to T...I am guessing Pitch to Throttle?
Pitch Comp - information needed.
Rudder Mix - Rudder to Aileron Mix.
5. Throttle 0-100%
Cruise - % of throttle while at Cruise
Min/Max - self explanatory
FS Value - Fail Safe Value
6. Xtrack Pids - information needed.
Gain (cm) - is this similar to a "Target Point Distance"?
Entry Angle - information needed.
7. Navigation Angles *100 - seems odd to me that for a 45 deg bank you have to put in 4500 (just a thought, maybe there are bigger reasons to this).
Bank Max, Pitch Max, Pitch Min - all self explanatory.
8. Airspeed m/s
Cruise * 100 - again, I don't get why it is multiplied by 100???
FBW Min, FBW Max - self explanitory.
Ratio - ratio of what to what????
I've looked and haven't found a thread anywhere that talks about all of this, if there is a link could someone please send it to me?