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Started by rokit5, Thursday,January 24, 2013, 06:20:19
Quote from: rokit5 on Friday,January 25, 2013, 18:57:35 I posted this information on another thread: KK2.0 users manual.Another thing i noticed in the menu system. Theirs no ESC calibration, may have been removed from the v1.5 firmware. If you haven';t flashed the firmware from the v1.4 it comes with the ESC calibration may still be in the menu system. However, You can still carry out a ESC calibration by following the steps below. You will need an extra pair of hands for this or as Gary pointed out you can also use 2 clothes pegs.1.Switch your Tx ON and set the throttle to full/Max.2.Hold down buttons 1 and 4 or use the clothes pegs.3.Connect you quadcopter battery, the ESC should bleep once.4.Follow the messages on screen until the ESC sound a multi tonal bleep.5.Unplug your quadcopter battery.6.Switch off you Tx.CALIBRATION COMPLETE.All motors should power up at the same time, if they don';t power up the same time select the "Misc settings" from the menu and adjust the "minimum throttle" up until they do. ( default is 10 I have mine set to 20.)
Quote from: homersainty on Friday,January 25, 2013, 20:03:16 beware if you try this on 1.5 i tried it (being dumb did not take props off and it bit me) :embarrassed tried again with props off this time she fired up again duno why but my call on 1.5 don';t seem to work just spins the motors up
Quote from: benchmark on Saturday,January 26, 2013, 22:02:40 Nice build, is it possible to use the DJI opto 30A ESC with the kk2 board? these ESCs have no BEC right?
Quote from: rokit5 on Thursday,January 24, 2013, 20:01:05 Flies much better now the auto level is ON and a little tuning been done.
Quote from: Iberian on Sunday,February 03, 2013, 15:30:49 Where can I buy double side foam tape? Thanks
Quote from: rokit5 on Tuesday,February 05, 2013, 17:15:43 I buy this, it';s 1.5mm think and quite firm:http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/300606745562?ssPageName=STRK:MEWNX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1439.l2649And it does the job.
Quote from: rokit5 on Monday,January 28, 2013, 15:53:10 They could do with a tweak but works fine for me at the moment, whilst learning to fly it:These are with the v1.5 firmware so if you still have v1.4 there may be some differences in the mode settings menu.PI settings.Roll + pitch:P: gain: 45P: Limit: 100I: gain: 25I: Limit: 20.YAW.P: gain: 60P: Limit: 20I: gain: 30I: Limit: 10Mode settings:self level: AUXLink roll and pitch: yesAuto disarm: yesCPPM enabled: noStick scalling:Roll: 30Pitch: 30Yaw: 50Throttle:90Misc settings:Minimum throttle: 20Height dampning: 0Height D limit: 30Alarm: 0Servo filter: 50self leveling settings:P gain: 60P Limit: 60ACC trim roll: 0ACC trim pitch: 0My PIs and stick scallings are quite low for that reason. A lot of people on chat say the scalings could go up a little to speed up responce. If your using your Ali and ply DIY frame it may differ, these are setting from the 450 frame config.Give it a go and let me know. The KK is now on a tricopter and I';m rebuilding the 450 with a multiwii.
Quote from: jimbo385 on Wednesday,January 08, 2014, 10:44:46 This is a great thread and has helped me out!I thought that I';d post my KK2.0 settings.[attachimg=1]Thought that I';d out it in a spreadsheet so that I could save all changes.Cheers.
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