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Started by bunnygirl80, Sunday,March 17, 2013, 22:46:50
Quote from: peter_a on Monday,March 18, 2013, 11:51:07 At first I was going to get a fully built quadcopter off Peter King , But where is the fun getting a fully built , one model fit all.Looking at what I`ve spent so far and what I still got to purchase it`s going to cost me a lot more.Radio control modeling is more affordable now than it was when I first started , but it`s still a money pit.
Quote from: steve fh on Monday,March 18, 2013, 13:52:26 As some one who has made the move into Multi Rotors in the last month and went the full self build and Open Source Flight Controller route one thing i would do differently with hind sight is have started with a Naza flight controller.
Quote from: steve fh on Monday,March 18, 2013, 13:52:26 As some one who has made the move into Multi Rotors in the last month and went the full self build and Open Source Flight Controller route one thing i would do differently with hind sight is have started with a Naza flight controller.My thinking is that all other Fight controllers with open source firmware add another variable into the mix when it comes to getting a quad into the air for the 1st time and learning to fly one.With Multiwii or MaggaP a new pilot is trying to get a stable set up and learn to fly all at once with no real frame of reference as to if it';s their lack of flying skill or the set up that has the machine bouncing off the ground.Probably the ideal way is to self build with an open source flight controller and then get it set up by a practised pilot as there is no question that self build gives you a far better understanding of what you are flying and how to fix it.Also why you are building multirotor is a factor in the best route in. IE if like me you know you want a stable camera platform or FPV machine then probably a Naza with GPS is the pain free route in. However if you want to fly 3D aerobatics then open source all the way.
Quote from: flybywire on Friday,November 15, 2013, 16:16:49 Manual would not be recommended
Quote from: Waas on Wednesday,January 15, 2014, 22:53:09 Hi all,I am Waas and I am a beginner.I got a Quad Copter with Multiwii/Megapirate AIO Pro FC boardwith Turnigy 9XR Radio.I downloaded with new version of firmware 3.0.1R3.Now before its lift from the ground it flips and crash. I never manage to hover any time yet.On the ground everything works fine with the mission planner connected. I calibrated everything.I connect the ESC/Motors as belowPin 2 from the FC board goes to front Left CWPin 3 from the FC board goes to rear right CWPin 5 from the FC board goes to front right CCWPin 6 from the FC board goes to rear left CCWCan anyone please confirm is this connections are correct.
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