"mmmh yes you might be right.. But from what I heard, most have about 40cm offset (+/-5cm). If its analog errors, does it not to have be more spread? I also have these errors just with pix and lidar powered and nothing else on the bench. "
"Mine produces always a Offset about +40cm +/-5cm -Even when Holding it 2m above the ground. So the 20cm Thing is definitly not the issue. - I already get a reading of 50cm, when my landing gear is extracted -> Prearm check useless for me ;)…"
"Is a fix for accurate LIDAR Readings (PWM Method) on the worklist for 3.3 Final? I am thinking about adjusting the lidar by itself, but then I have to disamble the full copter again, when it gets fixed."
"Hopefully the readings get adjusted till 3.3 Copter Final. I have "zero" readings with 38cm. When Copter is 1m over the ground, reading is ~1,40m - LIDAR is working perfectly with perfect and correct readings over arduino - So definitly a pixhawk…"
"Hi, I have similar problems... My Lidar shows at least 0.40m as distance. How can I set it to zero in Mission Planner? I found on pulsedlight website thats its possible to adjust readings, but I doint have Arduino Gear available"
"Already asked something like this, pages before, in combination with storm32. Wiki says with 3.3 it should be possible to use it ony any of the free 6P Ports which would include Serial 4 & 5. Sadly still no answer yet"
"You will need to solder 3-pins of a DF13 6-pin cable to the gimbal controller board as shown above and then plug the other end into the Pixhawk’s Telem 2 port (from Copter 3.3 it should be possible to attach the gimbal to any of the available 6-pin…"
Thanks for letting me know! What this EKF problem is about? I am just finishing my new copter, including landing gear. I planned to use the RX/TX for that but with the new features I would like to plug it on the FC.