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Throttle Stick Mid Postion. Sprung vs Un-sprung

Started this discussion. Last reply by James Apr 9, 2016. 2 Replies

I wonder what the general consensus is for what people now use and prefer for the throttle stick and whether to have it spring loaded so that it sits in the middle (hover position) compared to having…Continue

Carbon Fiber Props V Plastic or Wood Props? Which are the best?

Started this discussion. Last reply by John Campen Oct 25, 2014. 7 Replies

We see a lot of assumptions out there about props etc, but very hard to find hard evidence and factual data. The data I have been searching for over the last 6 months is to find proof whether Carbon…Continue

Brushless Gimbal setup using APM gimbal controler

Started this discussion. Last reply by Steven L Ladich Mar 12, 2015. 12 Replies

I am looking for any information if a brush-less gimbal can be controlled via the APM boards gimbal controller and how to set this up.Currently my Brush-less gimbal has its own stand alone gimbal…Continue

Fail Safe setup guide for Futaba T10GAG and FrSky TFR8

Started this discussion. Last reply by Alex O. Dec 18, 2014. 2 Replies

These following were the steps I did to set up the FrSky TFR8 RX to initiate the fail safe on APM and in case this can help others . I suggest add yours here as well if you have a different TX/RX FS…Continue

 

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ZeroUav YS-X6 maiden flight with very impresive rock solid stability and amazing RTL

Posted on December 13, 2012 at 5:30pm 0 Comments

The return to home on the YS-X6 is very impressive and particularly how stable it touches down and then turns the motors off.  Even in full manual mode the copter hardly wanders at all.

The main down side of this ZeroUav system is user manual is absolutely appalling and virtually useless. Also the  GCS for PC is not very intuitive at all. The…

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Hi tech shock absorber legs for multicopters.

Posted on September 29, 2012 at 12:30am 10 Comments

I made up these hi tech shock absorber legs for my grandsons quad we are building.  Considering the hours I often spend to find a better design for making copter legs that don't disintegrate on every hard landing, It took me about 10 min to stop laughing from the simplicity of the brilliance of this light bulb moment..…

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Using 240v to 12v power supply to run small quad for indoor testing.

Posted on August 11, 2012 at 7:30am 19 Comments

I have now set up my battery charger power supply unit with a cable long enough to supply power for my small quad copter for inside testing. This will save the life of the batteries as well avoid the hassle of swapping them over constantly for when doing PID tuning etc. Only thing its not powerful enough to fly my X8 quad and trips the over load at about…

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Baro issues to consider

Posted on April 18, 2012 at 6:00pm 11 Comments

Barometer Issues!?

Ok, here is another problem I've spotted in the mind field of hardware issues and for people who continually bang their heads trying to fix them through PID tuning. .

If you have a housing that is covering over all of your electronics such as a plastic container,.. then when you descend or ascend quickly the pressure inside the container changes and gives your barometer an false reading.

For example if you descend quickly the pressure increases inside…

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At 11:51pm on January 8, 2012, ashu yadav said…

hi........ john will you guide me about quadcopter

At 1:42am on January 9, 2012, John Campen said…

Ashu I'm relatively new to this to and just learning, but I can help where I can. Many others in the forum are much more experienced so check with them as well.

At 5:20am on January 13, 2012, Gareth Rens said…

This should help :)

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