Yes, I still have the modified board, which I believe started as a UDB2 now that I think about it. It's still mounted on that blue foam wing plane that wasn't meant to last more than a couple weeks, under a significant coating of dust... …"
"Hey look, it's a UDB quad copter! Good to see some of the old familiar names again. What's really funny is that I was digging through my bag of UDB3 stuff the other day, which made me think to check SF to see if there was a new version. Sure…"
Greetings,I bought a couple of these for a project where I'm just using them with an XBee to send GPS info. While the default mode will work, I'd much rather change it to something more suitable. Unfortunately, it appears that the NV RAM has been…
I'm not sure what 4 pin connector your referring to, but for something expendable like a connector, just cut the pins, and remove them one at a time. That's what I'd do with the gyros where possible. Solder wick, dipped in flux paste…"
"For the FASST 6 and 7 channel receivers, you can solder a wire inside to get the first 5 channels of PPM, but channels 6 and 7 are not in PPM sequence. If you need more than 5 channels in the PPM stream, you'll need a PPM encoder.
"Thanks. You probably posted this just about exactly the time I figured it out. Actually, I found a couple notes from Chris in other posts. If anyone's keeping score, here's the link for the windows version:…"
"I've done some testing on the universal style PPM converters (QuadroPPM, TT-RecEnc, and Paparazzi), trying to find one that works well with the type-2 form in your example. The one problem they all have is that they can't keep up with the frame rate…"
Based on your description of editing, maybe I AM doing it right :-) I'll take a look at the other software, but the utility that comes with the PhotoMate887 is pretty good, and has track editing capability. The problem, as I'm sure you…"
I managed to make a few laps before dark, and here's the logger results. This is with Ben's code, and a combination of what Bryan set for parameters, and what I thought it would be for my plane. Altitude hold was not on, and neither was…"