How many of you are not happy with the landing gear for your Y6? I bought my 3DR kit last winter and mounted the Tarot 2D gimbal platform but after a hard landing and a broken gimbal mount, I decided to research and find something better. My final
Not sure if this has been discussed, but I've conducted 6 test flights of my Y6B and after running for 10 minutes in Loiter each flight I've felt the motors and observed the upper motors are relatively cool and the lower ones hot enough to fry eggs o
Purchased my second Pixhawk for another project and ran into a snag. I purchased a Spektrum AR8000 rx and paired it to my radio. I then connected it to the PPM and wiring bundle exactly as I have for my other UAV (Y6). I also connected it
Just a thought. When I review my tlog or my APM log I notice the time is related to zero and marches out to the right in time in seconds. Although this is nice I would like to see times in the time zone you are flying in with Date and Time (HH:MM:S
I've been reading various posts on the Google Code wiki site for Arduino and noted many folk's discussion for the last couple of years the Optical Flow sensor and updates to the firmware code. Everything discussion wise stop in May of this year.
I've been reading a couple folks using the 3D Robotics Optical Flow Sensor v1.2 for their projects, but for some reason I'm not seeing it for sale on the 3D Robotics site. Will the PX4FLOW work with the APM?
I'm on a new adventure to research a possible Brushless Gimbal stabilized platform and controller for my 3D Robotic Hexa-C copter. There seems to be a lot to absorb with respect to the best bang for your buck.
Just purchased a ready-to-fly 3DR Hexa-C and installed drivers, downloaded and installed MissionPlanner-1.2.48 software. Followed instructions to uploaded 2.9.1b firmware first before even thinking of selecting Connect button.