We require the services of an experienced developer who is thoroughly familiar with qGCS.The work is long term but casual, each task will be paid as fixed price, not hourly.If you have a year or more…Continue
"The FC only uses a few hundred mA. The question is whether the power module can safely and continuously handle the peak current that the aircraft requires.
IMHO the Mini 10S power module is good for about 30A or put another way, a…"
"The quoted ratings for most small electronics in this hobby are usually very exaggerated. The 14awg wire used for the 10S power module is normally considered suitable for up to 10 amps. The XT60 connector is considered appropriate…"
"Any updates Peter?
I have an 1100 hex to maiden in the next few days -
8Kg (+3kg payload)
18x5 props 3.3Kg max
6S2P 20,000mAh Graphene
I am very interested in your PID setup, particularly the solution to the takeoff…"
I am based in Vancouver, working with APM/Pixhawk/DJI A2/A3, LIDAR, BVLOS systems, etc. Full electronics lab and CNC machine shop. Generally building large commercial aircraft. 40 years exp as a systems engineer.
"From the help desk (thanks Anton)
This is an upgrade from a previous version
>>please remove all ugcs version from Application folder, find with Finder all ugcs folders at your Home folder and remove >>them too. Then you need to make a…"
"Same problem after 2.10 upgrade on OSx 10.12.2
The service manager fails during startup due to a fatal SQL error and therefore ugcs client cannot start. I have opened a support ticket about this.
2016-12-22 10:49:55,711 INFO…"
"This is the eMail I received today:
Thank you for pre-ordering our next generation flight controller, Pixhawk Mini. We want to ensure that you have the best experience possible. With that, we have delayed shipment of Pixhawk Mini so…"
"Happened to me a few minutes ago, bench testing a U-11 and a 29" three bladed prop ($420 each!)
I was not thinking and blindly followed instructions - as the OP stated the documentation is completely incorrect.
The motor was running at 50%…"
"eCalc is a great place to start. The thrust/power calcs are quite a bit off if I compare the computed values compared with real, measured values. eCalc is usually conservative, but it relies on manufacturer's marketing data, not real-life…"