Have a 3DR Y6 BNF for sale, get it as a kit bind & fly or cannibalize it - cheaper together in you can pickup in NYC area, or 'a la carte'. Sad but it must go! A lot of fun to build and fly, flies great - Here's a vid of it in action:
I'm helping someone install an analog airspeed sensor with the pixhawk, the wiki says: The “airspeed” pin 15 is located on a 3 pin DF13 connector on the Pixhawk board. This pin can take voltages up to 6.6V (it has an internal voltage divider).
Very weird crash today. I have 12-15 flights all flawless before this incident. When it occurred I immediately thought I lost a servo - but upon inspection both servos were fine. Watching the video (below), I did not input the left roll
I am new to APM:Plane and appreciate any help I can get. I was able to maiden my flying wing today with success in manual mode (woohoo!). A few subtrim/ trims were made on my remote to keep it flying straight.
I was flying around and experienced a radio failsafe. RTL was engaged for one second and seemed like all motors were cut off while in RTL. Failsafe went away & stabilize kicked in very quickly, but my full throttle was not enough to recover -
Last week I received 4S batteries and have been trying to tune the PID's on my Y6 for it. I am hoping some of you who are using 4S batteries can share your params so I can compare. I started with the params file posted on the 3DR site. http://3drobot