GPS timer info, received comes from the sats, and works on a 1,024 week cycle. That 1024 week cycle resets back to zero this year on April 6, 2019. Does anyone know if this is going to mess with our standard small gps receivers? As mfr's are not…
"all you need to do is look at the logs.... read the alt vs the time line.
But rather than trying to measure decent 'rates' all that is really important is the final Z vib (and x and y to a lesser degree) shock value as it hits the ground!
"As an early supporter (kickstarter) I bought this having fallen for the comments about their Ardupilot support/intentions.
It's now 2 year later and they haven't done anything in support of the drone world rather moved on to the atuo industry.
"*****Is there possibility to arm and disarm motors in Pixhawk like in Mikorkopter so to start motors both sticks on transmitter to low right and to stop the motors both sticks to lower left ?
yes...works the same way.
...same for the 3 2 switch…"
"sure can.I managed to blow out a power connector (detached from the board) reflowing didn't seem to work... replacement board (non-Edison) was also a lot cheaper
just looked it up...bought mine from…"
"..nothing wrong with your concept (or diagram) until one battery craps out and shorts out (overloads) the second battery.
2 batts can be monitored via the PX2 and ground station so you can at least monitor both batts.
It's common to double up on…"
sounds like a simple enough question...and some of the implications have not reared their head yet in flights to date...but a general question.... hopefully a consensus of technique....How tight do people tighten their folding prop bolts? IE: do you…
Mission Planner has the resources to set protocols for SERIL5, but nothing seems to work. Have tried Lidar, frsky telem and gps...but nothing seems to work.Reading the developers forums it states all the protocols were indeed added for SERIAL5 as…
"if you were in alt hold gps hold etc the quad would have been trying to change throttles to match. to balance the quad (level out)
wrong prop direction or incorrectly calibrated ESC etc could all lead to your issue(s)
"what flight mode were you attempting to lift off in?
usually a flip on take-offf attempt is due to your props/motors not spinning in the right direction.
check the rotation, proper prop for that rotation and proper drive # for that motor axis
"well just this evening...first hand experience says Andre may not be right.....
Over the last two evenings I've been testing exactly this.Last night I ran a set of folding Tarot 1552s...H680 quad.... 380KV motors 6000mAH battery...AUW of 3318grams…"
"...sorrry don't do skype don't do social media. ...worst man made endevour ever. Air conditioning killed the neighborhood (people no longer sit on their porch...communicate...know what's up in the 'hood'. Social media is the next…"
"clueless in the M.E. isn't he. duh yes we all know pro systems exist...READ posts..statement was hobby here
It's obvious he has no clue or familiarity with ITAR requirements of such a device...even worse to his desired locale. ..gotta' love a…"