I am currently installing the Pixhawk in a fixed wing dual servo aileron plane (one servo for each aileron). Is it okay to just mix the two servos through the Pixhawk and leave my controller alone. I am thinking this is okay, but want to make sure
Has anyone successfully used a joystick connected through the Mission Planner? If so what kind of delay is experienced, in particular as it pertains to fixed wing aircraft? Is it necessary to always fly in FBW or another mode vs manual?
When using a power module with the Pixhawk, is it appropriate to plug several batteries directly to the servo rail using the aux ports? Secondly, if using 4.8v Nimh batteries is there any need for a Zener diode or regulator?
I would like to hear from all those who have experience with both Pixhawk and APM 2.6. Many of us have concerns regarding the reliability of Pixhawk since it is the newer of the two system. Which do you prefer and why?