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KK V2.0 board settings required for database

Started by davethepitch, Tuesday,March 12, 2013, 17:51:04

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Tuesday,March 12, 2013, 17:51:04 Last Edit: Wednesday,March 13, 2013, 18:16:18 by davethepitch
Hello all

I am looking for about 5 people who are prepared to spend five minutes and look at the settings on their KK V2.0 board but it must have version 1.5 firmware and write down the following settings / values from their quadcopter.

Axis - Roll (Aileron)
Axis - Pitch (Elevator)
Axis - Yaw Rudder)
Self - Level settings
Stick Scaling

I am preparing a database that i will make available showing varying KK V2.0 board settings and then people will be able compare at a glance any differences between their board and that of others.

I have already started the database with my factory default settings and another persons settings (which he says flies well) but i need about 5 more board settings to give me a picture of any common values.

Thank you



Excellent! I';m building a KK2.0 based quad in the next few weeks so seeing this data will be a great help I';m sure.
TBS Discovery : DRQ-250 : Q450 : Blade mQX


Thursday,March 21, 2013, 19:15:43 #2 Last Edit: Friday,March 22, 2013, 06:41:55 by davethepitch
Hello Col_M

I have been asked the same question here http://www.multi-rotor.co.uk/index.php?topic=1826.0 and it depends if you want just my settings or the whole database as a starting point.

The database has been created using Microsoft Excel it is nothing special but i found it enjoyable to do as i can see some common values (which i had a gut feeling i would do)

I just need to find out how to up load the Excel database for all to see.  :frantic:



Thursday,March 21, 2013, 19:48:26 #3 Last Edit: Wednesday,March 27, 2013, 17:50:55 by davethepitch
Hello Col_M

I had a brain wave and decided to try a screen capture program so i will have a go.



Thanks davethepitch, being able to refer to these should at least give me a start :)

I';m not sure if you have a google account and are familiar with Drive but you can upload speadsheets to there which may be useful. e.g. this is a route I did for a hike a little while back Click me
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Friday,March 22, 2013, 18:17:55 #5 Last Edit: Friday,March 22, 2013, 18:27:14 by davethepitch
Hello Col_M

I will try that later and see what happens.



Quote from: davethepitch on Thursday,March 21, 2013, 19:48:26
Hello Col_M

I had a brain wave and decided to try a screen capture program so i have provided the database capture below.


Good idea Dave...That will come in handy for first time users.
Some may benefit from adjusting the minimum throttle to 15 or 20 to ensure the motors all start at the same time.
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