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CC3D & FS-TH9X setup issues

Started by Pinx, Saturday,February 28, 2015, 10:11:34

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Hi people,
im hoping someone can shed some light on a couple of issues i have. I finished building my QAV250 yesterday and set up both the Quad and my RC using the Open Pilot wizard, but for some reason when calibrating the sticks in the wizard, they appear to jump about all over the place, rather than move smoothly in correlation to what im doing on the RC. I';m using a Flysky FS-TH9X, which is brand new out of the box. I noticed that the sticks didnt appear to be calibrated on the 9X itself, so this morning i did a bit of research did a full reset on the 9X then calibrated the sticks, once i';d done this i re-did the Open Pilot wizard, but its still the same, any idea';s ?



The software can be a bit ';twitchy';, are you saying that after running through the new vehicle setup wizard that you have underlying issues?  Basically, if it arms and takes off somewhere around 50% throttle, then you';re good to go, as they say.  don';t worry about anything else, it';s software on a computer, never going to be perfect.

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Hi Andy,
trying it in the garden for its maiden flight it armed fine but did not respond to throttle until almost at full, it then shot off like a scolded cat vertically and i appeared to have no control over it, in sheer panic i turned off the RC and it dropped onto the roof of my house, i had to get a ladder to retrieve it lol, scared the cr*p out of me tbh.
Luckily no damage apart from a few prop scuffs. I went through the whole wizard again after this and now it doesnt arm, its got me baffled...



So, heres a link to a Youtube video of my problem :

I shot it using a Gopro, so it';ll play in full HD, but best to check settings as Youtube will probably put a naff default like 420p or something, anyways any ideas gratefully recieved..



Sunday,March 01, 2015, 09:50:23 #4 Last Edit: Sunday,March 01, 2015, 10:27:42 by Pinx
Think i have found my problem, i believe its a bad pot for my throttle on my FS-TH9X, even though its brand new. So to prove it is that i set up my CC3D as Mode1 instead of Mode2, and behold, it now works !!

Will upload a video shortly...


Just to update, this issue did turn out to be the throttle potentiometer on the Flysky FS-TH9X, i sent it back and got a replacement this morning, so my QAV250 now Fly';s :D

Thanks for all the help,