Just registered to say a huge thanks to Jumpy for creating/posting these filesIt's a great help to someone like me who's an "early adopter" but without the real knowledge/skill to be one :)Cheers
Hi TeeJay and Welcome to the forum please feel free to post any pics or share any video you might have
Great document, thanks a lot! However it is painful to see that you advertise a cloners but not the original developers. Everything comes from 3DR, they developed hw, fw, Mission Planner and they keep doing great job updating sw. Where this project would go without 3DR? Did RCtimer contribute anything into this project?I know that Arduflyer is cheaper. Consider this when you're buying the product: 3DR has to pay developers, therefore they cannot match chinese clone price. Rctimer gets everything for free.
Where do you see the rctimer clone being advertised without the original being mentioned?
Hi pektusin and welcome to the forum I agree with what teslahed has said above we have reffered to two boards not one, if we are guilty of anything its the assumption that every one knows the APM2.5 is made by 3dr and possibly not mentioned their name enough,we will be sure to correct this in the future what you dont see here is the times we have pointed members to one of the approved 3dr dealers to buy the genuine products which we often do in live chat
Almost every picture shows RcTimer logo (pages 6, 10, 19 etc).
Please excuse me, perhaps I'm taking it a little bit too emotionally. I just feel sorry for the engineers who developed this excellent product. They have to be rewarded for the work they are doing (here I have to admit that I have no relation to 3DR). But wherever I go I mostly see links to Rctimer.There is an interesting reading on this regard: an interview with the 3DR CEO. I got some mixed feelings after reading this. He sounds not very enthusiastic about this rctimer clone but tries to be. Thanks for welcoming me even after a such emotional post :)
Thanks for welcoming me even after a such emotional post :)
it s far better to buy here..made in usa and with a real supporthttp://witespyquad.gostorego.com/flight-controllers/readytoflyer-2-5-2
doesnt say anything about being made in the usa un-soldered boardhave to buy header pins