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how to sending data via telemetry mavlink and splitter data from apm log to another software in realtime ?

Started Nov 13, 2015 0 Replies

Hello, I 'm making quadcopter to monitor the temperature in a certain area , I wear sensor MLX90614ESF - BCI - 000 - TU - ND Non- Contact Infra Red Sensor .I read some of your discussions with other…Continue

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MAVLink on arduino quadcopter

Started Jul 23, 2015 0 Replies

hi, my name is Magfur Ramdhani, please help me about MAVLink on DIY arduino mega 2560 quadcopter ? Continue

 

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Telecommunication engineering student of Politeknik Negeri Semarang
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wanna be an expert UAV technician
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At 1:26pm on November 17, 2015, James Overington said…

Hi Dani,

What you want to do is quite possible but how you go about it and what results you get will depend on what level of customization you are prepared to do. The most simple way to get live data from your sensor would be to filter the PWM output of your sensor to give an analog voltage which you could connect as a second battery voltage monitor. This would not require any modification to the existing copter code. Are you using the APM or Pixhawk controller? If you require greater accuracy or bandwidth from your sensor then you will need to do this by modifying the code. The live mavlink data is available to other software via TCP through MP as detailed here:http://diydrones.com/forum/topics/real-time-export-telemetry-data-from-mission-planner

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James 

Hi Dani,What you want to do is quite possible but how you go about it and what results you get will depend on what level of customization you are prepared to do. The most simple way to get live data from your sensor would be to filter the PWM output of your sensor to give an analog voltage which you could connect as a second battery voltage monitor. This would not require any modification to the existing copter code. Are you using the APM or Pixhawk controller? If you require greater accuracy or bandwidth from your sensor then you will need to do this by modifying the code. The live mavlink data is available to other software via TCP through MP as detailed here: http://diydrones.com/forum/topics/real-time-export-telemetry-data-from-mission-plannerRegards,James 

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