Hi,I am flying with arducopter in my multicopters more than 5 years, and this is the first time I can’t solve the problem by myself.The problem is: after 8 or 9 minutes flying in pos-hold mode, my…Continue
Hi,I am flying with arducopter in my multicopters more than 5 years, and this is the first time I can’t solve the problem by myself.The problem is: after 8 or 9 minutes flying in pos-hold mode, my quad start to drift in circles. And the circles are bigger and bigger. After this when I correct using the Stick, and after a few seconds the circles starts again.But the stranger thing is, in the beginning of the flight pos-hold is “Rock solid”.The setup is:Raspberrypi3 + Navio2 board with arducopter…See More
"This exact same post is on so many sites, it’s difficult to answer them all.
If your board is broken, RMA it via your local distributor
The glue is added to increase support for this connector as so many people are forgetting to use the…"
"Mine is breaking..no glue at all.. the bad news led pad is broken and imposible to re-solder. This happen when i remove gps connector. Very fragile. Pay attention on GPS1 connector.. why there is a hole exactly on gps1…"
"The glue is normal, as Thomas said. It was added to reinforce that connector. The connector is a "pinch to release" type, but it's so close to the Cube it's impossible to pinch. So people tend to push on the tab to release it,…"
The glue on the GPS1 connector is normal. It strengthens the GPS1 connector.
However, the "No GPS" message is not normal. You should contact your distributor/vendor to see if the unit is defective. They will be able…"
"Ah, yes, I would get out into an area where you're certain not to have interference from buildings and whatnot and try there. The Here+ is pretty good at getting satellite reception near my house in a yard with trees, but those structures…"
"much more than 2 minutes, always "No GPS" (when I use only the Rover ), but I will do the tests again in other place, I´m really close too big buildings , then I can ensure if is a problem or not.
I´m using Mission…"
"Does this condition persist for very long after you power up? With my Here+, I usually have a fix within 2 minutes of powering it up, usually much sooner than that. Until then you'll of course get a "No GPS" or "NoFix"…"