I am having some trouble figuring out if the sounds from my Pixhawk running the latest APM:Plane on it , indicate a problem. Everythign otherwise seems to work great on ground - though havent flown in air.
I am puzzled by a very strange behaviour of APM on my SKywalker. The setup was perfectly tuned and I had done several photomapping grids. All settings were fine tuned and the turns were all smooth sharp and with no weaving.
Was installing the new Pixhawk on a plane and was using the 3DR power module to power the Pixhawk. I also have an ESC (w/BEC) and 4 servos to drive around. Now i noted that without the ESC connected the Servo rails were powered with the 3DR Powe
In the older versions of MIssion planner, when I made a grid, starting with a polygon, it used to create several waypoints within the straight sections of the grid, and I had control over how many of these, equally spaced waypoints were made.
I wanted to dabble into setting up an antenna tracker. Got myself the ServoCity Tube servos, for Pan and Tilt. Assembled it all with a Polulu Maestro and got the interface working. Followed the article here :
I have been reading on several threads and the installation instructions, and mounted my setup on Dynaflite Daydream, but had a few questions :I mounted the ArduPilotMega using 3 wood screws. Used Futaba's rubber grommets and brass eyelets to reduce
I must have read the manual, and the APM_Config.h file a hundred times trying to understand this myself before posting here. But I am confused on what is the best way to setup the FLight modes on the ArduPilot Mega.There are 2 ways I see of doing it
On my ArduPilot Mega, that I use with a Futaba 10C and a R600HS RX, i have the throttle failsafe enabled and configured the PWM value for it. I checked with a USB connection that it does go into FS when I switch off the TX. There are 3 modes I have s