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ched:
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Looking forward to BFU #9 footage  :D Hope you all had a great time
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29 Aug 2019 11:19:07
try again now, hopefully it should be resolved...
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29 Aug 2019 11:17:40
Should be fixed now
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3D Site also affected
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Gaza is on the case
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29 Aug 2019 11:09:03
there are currently issues with the forum
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CRIUS AIO GPS HAL BUILD

Started by deepskysteve, Thursday,March 21, 2013, 13:02:57

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deepskysteve

Hi Guys here are a couple of pics with motor layout and AIO board pins, let me know if you need other pics, the problem as discussed prior is all motors running but flips violently I have trunigy 9x with frsky module upgrade with two way tele, works fine with my IFLY4 bought second receiver bind with transmitter as a second model choose plane.

Upgraded the board with I think megapirates  R2.8  let me know if you need any more info, hope pics are clear
Many thanks
Steve

Marvin

You are wired incorrectly,

If you the picture is facing forward as it in now

The esc wiring goes as follow

top left goes to input 2
Bottom right goes to 3
Top right goes to 5
Bottom left goes to 6


deepskysteve

Thanks for the advice Marvin, I shall re wire and take another pic to be sure.
Steve

deepskysteve

Marvin I take it, you miss pin 4 out?
Steve

kym

From the left the servo ports are numbered 2, 3, 5 and 6. No 4. They';re labelled; don';t rely on counting. :)