Hey all, I'm new to the world of quads and I have spent the last 3 months building my first Quad. I made a quick mash up on the build and also the first
Here is a few flights that were never going to be made into a video. On the day the wind had picked up quite a bit so me and CamSump had
As the cold weather has set in I have not been flying much so I decided to look through some old footage and found this day in the woods
Guest speaker at our local library asked me to bring my Arduino powered devices for 'show and tell.'
Greets from Holland
OSD works fine on my AQ32, never had issues with it. Also works using aq32plus.
I poked around DJI's website. Their mast-mounted thing is a combined GPS receiver and magnetometer. Their location advice recommends to avoid proximity
Out of interest I did a bit of ferreting around.
According to the Sparkfun datasheet the LS20031 uses the "MediaTek MT3329 solution"
I'm using the LS20031 from the AeroQuad Store. The bottom of the circuit board is covered in traces and components. The spec sheet
I can't see which gps you are using but in my case with a mediatek 3329 the spec for the unit states that there is an area under the module which must
I'm not sure what best practice is for locating the GPS receiver. I've heard that it's good to stay away from the VTX antenna. I've also read that the
I think that with my previous Quad the largest amount of experience I gained is
with regard to crashing.
I found that the Cyclone
No it doesn't result in double throust because the lower props spin in the prop wash of the top motors. So you loose some efficiency but you can experiment
so I can't say that 8 motors in that configuration allow for double the thrust of 4?
They definitely allow more thrust but I can't say exactly how much additional thrust it gives. But I can say that it is definitely more responsive to