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What is The Smallest ArduCopter Capable Flight Controller

Started this discussion. Last reply by Thomas Butler May 19. 9 Replies

What is the smallest ArduCopter capable flight controller?Continue

Looking for Large X8 Design Suitable for Tiger U8 Motors With 26" Props

Started this discussion. Last reply by Auturgy Jan 3, 2017. 3 Replies

I'm looking for an open design that I can mill myself. I have a set of 8 U8 motors to be run with 26" props and I want to design a craft around that. I was thinking of taking a Tarot X4 and replace…Continue

Monitory Separate LiPo for FPV Gear; Trigger LVC Shutdown

Started this discussion. Last reply by David B Bitton Sep 15, 2016. 1 Reply

Can I monitor the voltage of a secondary LiPo and then trigger a PWM output if the battery reaches a predetermined voltage? I was planning on using …Continue

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Trigger RTL With Either Voltage or Dry Contact

Started this discussion. Last reply by David B Bitton Jan 21, 2016. 2 Replies

I want to be able to trigger a quasi fail safe condition based on a condition outboard of the Pixhawk but still on the craft. How can I "send a signal" into the Pixhawk in order to enable RTL? My…Continue

 

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Thomas Butler replied to David B Bitton's discussion What is The Smallest ArduCopter Capable Flight Controller
"Take a look at the solder joints of those capacitors;cracked. Perhaps the mfgr owes you a refund!"
May 19
Harald Schmid replied to David B Bitton's discussion What is The Smallest ArduCopter Capable Flight Controller
"I fried also one a 4in1 since that I use an additional capacitor on the power inlet pads 1000uF. Especiall if using 6S the voltage spikes can destroy the esc."
May 17
David B Bitton replied to David B Bitton's discussion What is The Smallest ArduCopter Capable Flight Controller
"she was really unstable with the stock ArduCopter PIDs."
Apr 14
Thomas Butler replied to David B Bitton's discussion What is The Smallest ArduCopter Capable Flight Controller
"@Bill, Hey great pics. FYI I am in the process of developing a FC using the Atmel/Microship SAM E70, and it is always helpful to see how people wire up their flight stacks. Thanks again! Interesting how Holybro is using HOT-MELT glue on the row of…"
Apr 13
David B Bitton replied to David B Bitton's discussion What is The Smallest ArduCopter Capable Flight Controller
Apr 12
Thomas Butler replied to David B Bitton's discussion What is The Smallest ArduCopter Capable Flight Controller
"Holy moly from Holybro! ha! Not really funny! Sorry to see that..."
Apr 12
David B Bitton replied to David B Bitton's discussion What is The Smallest ArduCopter Capable Flight Controller
"Will do. BTW, here's a pic of a toasted Tekko32 that I had attached to a Kakute F4 V2:"
Apr 12
Thomas Butler replied to David B Bitton's discussion What is The Smallest ArduCopter Capable Flight Controller
"Here is something you might find interesting.  As a software/hardware engineer I know it is bad practice to mount lots of ceramic caps in parallel right next to each other due to possible cracking from thermal stress. This usage seems to be…"
Apr 12
Thomas Butler replied to David B Bitton's discussion What is The Smallest ArduCopter Capable Flight Controller
"Hate to be a pest, but could you please take a closeup or two perhaps from each side. When I zoom in on this pic it is pretty much pixelated obscuring detail... Just curious; where is the battery going to go? Thanks again!"
Apr 12
David B Bitton replied to David B Bitton's discussion What is The Smallest ArduCopter Capable Flight Controller
"It's funny how this post of from 9/2017. BTW, here's a Kakute F7 all wired up."
Apr 12
Thomas Butler replied to David B Bitton's discussion What is The Smallest ArduCopter Capable Flight Controller
"Comparable to the Crius all-in-one vs the APM except without connectors. You saved about SIX ounces! You have a controller with soldered on (by you) wires; time IS money. What happens when it fails? You will have to re-do the soldering; the wires.…"
Apr 12

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