Tony Foate
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2 On-board Cameras

Started this discussion. Last reply by Tony Foate May 27, 2013. 3 Replies

HiMy plan is to mount 2 cameras on my quadcopter.A Hero GoPro, for a front view, and a small Sony CCD camera for a rear view.I transmit the video signal back to my video goggles using a 200mw FPV…Continue

Tags: video, signal, switching, channel, CCD

Log Column Headings

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ted Weerts Jun 10, 2013. 6 Replies

HiWhile browsing log files, I am having difficulty knowing what data is in each column.Why? Because the column headers seem to change when connected vs not connected.For example, the ATT data, I…Continue

Tags: ctune, ntune, att, logs

Installing a new apm2.5

Started this discussion. Last reply by Tony Foate Jan 23, 2014. 2 Replies

HiI have a question about powering my Spektrum ar8000 receiver.Does powering the APM2.5 via the new power module, also provide 5V to the ar8000 via the power lines running from the apm input channels…Continue

Tags: spektrum, ar8000, apm2.5

 

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About Me:
I am the proprietor of Totally Controlled, an Australian owned business in Sydney, selling radio and remote controlled model helicopters, accessories and spare parts.
Ar present I am living San Francisco.
Please tell us a bit about your UAV interest
I have built and supplied one UAV for commercial aerial photography purposes.
I would like to create a product line to meet this need in the market place.
Hometown:
Christchurch NZ

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