"Hi Eric,Thanks for reporting back your tests... I received another 2 pixhawk boards and I repeated the tests and I got the same results... receiver failsafe not working in ac3.2.1
When I have the firmware 3.1.5 loaded everything works, load the…"
"Thanks for your reply...
I tried in 3 different pixhawk board, and in all of them receiver failsafe would work in ac3.1.5 but not in the ac3.2.1, so I understand that it was a firmware problem.
Anyway, is there anyone that could confirm that…"
"One of the reasons that I upgraded to the copter 3.2.1 was the ability to use two gps units... as I understood it should switch to the gps with better look automatically right? I was doing some tests today and by some reason the gps unit connected…"
I know that this is an old post but I'm experiencing the same issues than you... With my board outside of the frame my magfield is 570.
Have you figured out what needs to be done to fix this issue?
I just think that if it was working in 3.1.5 and this is an option in the wiki, why it is not working anymore?
And if we get to the conclusion that it is not supported and developers won't fix it, so we have to remove this option from…"
"And is not just about RTL, on 3.1.5 I could have my camera pointing to a specific direction in case of failsafe, now this function doesn't work anymore, FC will hold last position before loose signal."
Receiver is set to pre-determined position in case of lost of signal... just look at logs and you will see itIf receiver failsafe is not supported anymore, it should be removed from wiki, it would avoid people getting in trouble.I still…"
"receiver changes PWM value but copter keeps spinning(yawing).
Are you saying that the receiver is in fact changing the yaw pwm when you turn off the transmitter and the pixhawk is ignoring the change?
When connect to mission planner via USB if I turn off your radio in the flight mode screen I will see the flight mode changing to RTL as well, but if you have a look at the flight data screen in your HUD you will see that once you turn off…"