This is the first test flight I am attempting while using the X-CAM Tech X-CAM 100B 2 axis Brushless Gimbal. The initial results are very promising. Although...
I have the same setup (Reptile Z500 APM2.5 etc.)Currently I still have problems to find the correct values for old hold and loiter.Can you give me maybe even announce your configuration.
Thank you very much
Hi Simon, my settings are pretty much stock values from the current 2.91b firmware for X copter configuration. I did use the Ublox LEA-6H antenna. For an effective hold, I usually ensure that the blue light on the board is lit constantly before I take off. Also to ensure a good Loiter, I will manually fly my quad to a stationary position BEFORE activating loiter. If you flick the loiter switch while it is in motion, it will sometimes behave erratically and struggle to settle to a stationary spot in my experience. Also make sure your barometer sensor is covered with a piece of foam or cotton wool and shielded from Sunlight as sudden changes in air pressure will cause the barometer to send false readings causing the copter to bob up and and down
hiThank you for your feedback. I have with me activates the Y fashion.Un ddiverse P values adjusted. unfortunately without erfolg.Ich still using the sonar module Max LV EZ0 this may cause probleme.Ich still go once again to the defaults of 2.9 1b and will continue testing.Best regards from SwitzerlandSimon
Sorry I meant the V Frame Type
I build a Reptile 500 yesterday for the first time.
I have loaded the 3DR quad params that is available on the website and set the frame to V.
I hovered it in my kitchen this morning without any issues, need to do some more test.
I have the battery at the back and I find it is making the quad a bit unbalanced.
@Weelian can you please post some pics on how your quad is build?
Nice, do you have sonar on it? and what is the battery and weight of the battery you are using at the back there?
Nope I'm not using any sonar sensors. The batteries I'm using are Turnigy 2200mah 20-30c 3S, Zippy Compact 2700 3S 25C, NanoTech 2200mah25-50C 3S and ZippyK 3S 25C 2600mah batteries. The Zippy Compact 2700 is by far the best performing battery. I'm not sure about the weight, though you can easily check them on HobbyKing's website.
Ah Correction, other than the Turnigy 2200mah 3S, the rest are all 4S batteries.
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