Pixhawk crash in stabilize mode

components:

1m. diameter.

graupner hott gr-24

t-motor: motors and esc.

2 batteries 2*5000mAh 6S (mounted in the center), charged

Weight: ~6kg.

calibrates:

RC, graupner hott 24

calibrate ESC

The props and motors, are check before and after the crash, everything working and is in right direction.

I push throttle only, nothing more :) .

The weight is two times under the frame recommendation, and 3 times motor max throttle!

There were installed protective equipment styrofoam edges, so no problems after the crash :)

So I need some advice, what can I do?

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  • I understand from what the problem come: 

       The problem is that motor 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8 are not sequential.

    And there is no info in the book that come with pixhawk kit.
    there is only:
    put motor 1 in pin 1, motor 2 in pin 2... on the pixhawk controller. But which one is motor 1?

    From naza controller everything was easy, like motor one is depend from the frame you choose, and there was a easy diagram in the software. And they are sequential!

    I found it after the crash:the diagram - shows motor positions: My frame is octo+.

    http://copter.ardupilot.com/wiki/common-pixhawk-wiring-and-quick-st...

  • slow motion x4:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YP3gFS5Pz9M

    YouTube
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