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Head tracking problem

Started by robshaw, Sunday,March 03, 2013, 09:42:43

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robshaw

Good morning folks,

So Ive been playing around with setting up my fat shark attitude sd goggles head tracking function last night (oh I remember the days when I would be out partying on a saturday night). 

After much playing around, including soldering a link into my brand new turnigy 9xr  :cry I managed to get it working. Or at least I thought I did.

Unfortunately as soon as the tracking is enabled, the rest of the channels seem to disable themselves.  Either that or my crius AIOP just locks out.  When I monitor the radio calibration on mission planner, the channels are all working happy until I enable the head tracker by pressing the head tracker button . Head tracker kicks in nicely but the rest of the controls lock up.

Im using as mentioned, a turnigy 9xr, CRIUS AIOP, Frsky DJT telemetry tx module, Frsky V8FR2 rx.

When I connect the USB to the CRIUS to monitor it goes nuts and gives me the blue screen of death because I think its puling to much current from the USB port (its ok without head tracker). So I connect it with my 3DR telemetry device.

Any ideas would be gladly accepted guys.
Tunrnigy Talon Tri, TBS Discovery, TBS Discovery PRO, Spnky 250 Mini, EZUHF, EZOSD

robshaw

An update to this problem, it appears to be channel 7 thats killing the rest of it. If I disable the channel 7 movement (tilt) it seems to work ok.  Very weird.....
Tunrnigy Talon Tri, TBS Discovery, TBS Discovery PRO, Spnky 250 Mini, EZUHF, EZOSD

Gaza07

Thanks for the update Rob sorry I could offer any advice but your boldly going places ive never been before  ~~

robshaw

SOLVED  ~~

Seems I was putting too much load on the output of the CRIUS with 2 servos plus everything else.  Requires a separate battery to power receiver..
Tunrnigy Talon Tri, TBS Discovery, TBS Discovery PRO, Spnky 250 Mini, EZUHF, EZOSD

Gaza07

Nice one Rob I';m sure this will help some one else  ~~

Quote from: robshaw on Sunday,March 03, 2013, 15:47:56
SOLVED  ~~

Seems I was putting too much load on the output of the CRIUS with 2 servos plus everything else.  Requires a separate battery to power receiver..