Hi guys, I read over the Wiki and am excited to try this with my GS3 :)
But I have a safety question or 2 before I dive in.
I read, BETA Turn your Tx On, so Ill do that
I have a 3 toggle sw set to STABILIZE|AUTO|LAND
First test with AndroPilot I want to do something simple.
Take off, loiter @2Meters(~6 feet) for 30 sec then land.
My question is, if I upload the plan first via PC Mission Planner
Then I can run it from the Auto, but what do I put my Tx in? Should it be in Stabilize?
How would I take over with the Tx say if I had a fly away etc? If I just jump on the Tx would it take over?
Thanks Luciano Ill try that, then i assume I can change to auto and it will take off on its waypoints.
I hope if I have take off part of my auto plan it wont mess things up.
Luciano, I tried it but there was not take off with latest version. Maybe Kevin closed the hole :D
The correct sequence is:
- arm copter
- raise throttle a little -> motors slow running
- select point near craft with long press
- enter 20 top right corner (if you want to go to alt 20 m)
- press goto
I can assure you that copter will take off... :)
Okay, yes, sorry, guess it was a complete misunderstanding. My original question on this was is there a "one button" take off like the NAZA-M has added for the iPad. Press it and it goes straight up about 6 feet or so.
There is not at this time and thats okay, I can use the throttle up.
Thanks for the responses.
Yes did not raise the throttle, I actually knew that would work all along :)
It looks like DJI just puts it into Loiter mode when you press the ipad button. Does not look like you need a throttle up.
Here is what I was asking about, if we had a simular button, no throttle.
Isn't there a way to skip that throttle raising step before doing a goto or a take off ?
I mean, changing THR_MIN from 0 to 100 so that engines starts a little when arming ?
Wouldn't that do the trick ?
Could anyone confirm please ? Thank you