Tons of cool videos can be found at Edit: Link and video removed
Having some challenges but it DID get up in the air.
In short, quadcopter will skitter across the ground when TX is at full throttle (first
Since its been nothing but bad weather lately and when it is sunny I seem to be working I thought I would put together some of the
First two flights with my new frame. Plenty of rolling shutter - which isn't surprising as the gopro is only
1. stable mold
2. altitude hold
3. auto landing
4. auto takeoff and auto landing
altitude hold with sonar
Here is a shoot I did last weekend for a fishing tournament
Well what a great start to 2014. Its been a few months since I have been able to fly FPV due to other commitments and terrible weather.
i was too excited to stop and take pics of the first build. this time around i had to custom build a lot of pieces so there was plenty of time, though
Okay, thank you for that. I flashed back to the older firmware, recalibrated the escs, and the motors are running cool again. The escs are still warm,
Of course firmware could cause that - it's what's controlling the FETs on the ESC. Depending on what firmware you use (are you sure you used the right
Yo - I had to rebuild it one more time Sadly, the skinny 1/4" arm snapped mid flight with a little aggressive flying. I rebuilt it one last time
I am using an arduino uno smd edition. That is just the arduino I bought in a starter kit from sparkfun. It acts as the brain, that processes the information
can you elaborate on the arduino uno smd v1.9 shield and itg-3200, sounds like multiple parts but not enough information to figure it out. i know nothing
The problem is it doesn't zero out the integrated error as it switches states. The integrated error from rate mode gets pushed into the attitude mode
Try the same with this code: https://github.com/Kenny9999/AeroQua...V3.3Devlopment. I did help me to solve exact this problem.
I bought 20 gemfan carbon/nylon composite blades in 8 and 9 inch versions as well as a prop balancer. Thanks for the tip, they are way better balanced
Worked on scrunching it down a little more... Accidentally swapped the Video in/out labels on the first one. I also removed the 5V via that was underneath