"Sounds possible, that's why I like to look at the radio calibration screen in mission planner in order to verify that all channels do the thing I expect them to do and also double check in the flight mode screen and fail safe screen that it is…"
"That failsafe teaching greatly depends on your remote control system and RX. Some brands only are able to teach the throttle channel - like my older Spektrum. My FrSky teaches all channels and I've seen some systems that give you the option to…"
"Hi Martin, the failsafe stuff is a little confusing but its not to choose either one it always is initiated by the RX and the APM is reacting to it. The APM alone can not tell that the RX lost the signal and start a failsafe action if its not told…"
"Without looking at your logs I would say there is something wrong with your failsafe config on your RX. But you should be able to reproduce it on the bench while connected to the missionplanner.
If you had multiple mode changes and if it was only…"
"You mean after switching your TX off or after switching your TX back on?? Back then with my FrSky gear it was the issue when you switch the TX back on and during startup it went through some init procedure which would output different values from…"
"Just wondering if everyone is using elevon throw around 15 mm and what level of mixing??
After my first couple flights it feels kind of slow turning. I mean each by itself is fast enough. But together its like I can bank it but then I would need…"
"I thought you can buy motor mounts from hobbyking?
I just sandwiched three plywood disks and took my dremel to grind a groove into the back to fit those in. Its rock solid - ok I still have the plastic mount behind it but I think it wouldn't come…"
"Just finished the maiden flight last night... with 15-20mph wind but thanks to Pieter's config and advise it flew very good right on the first launch. Besides this plane has a 1250kv motor with 10x5 aeronaut prop. Below the video with the config…"
"Well, good luck and bad luck. At least you got that regulator which you can handle with a regular soldering iron. The older would require more specialized tools or using a different regulator patched onto the board.
The top left pin next to the two…"
"Emile, what you are looking at is not the 3.3V regulator. Its the fuse that protects the APM when powering the APM over the RC output rail with JP1 plugged in.
If you blew that then you probably made some kind of short circuit on the Vcc internal 5V…"