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Started by Dippi, Tuesday,August 22, 2017, 10:57:44
Quote from: Cheredanine on Tuesday,August 22, 2017, 11:00:57 The sprf3 doesn';t have an osd, you have been looking at Chinese clone descriptions, Lux, hands down.Easier to solder/work onNo silly breakable jst ports.Spi connection to gyro, not slow i2cJust better in all resoects
Quote from: Cheredanine on Tuesday,August 22, 2017, 15:27:46 I direct solder the leads from the escs. I don';t want the extra weight of connectors, pins and long wiresBut given first build do it however you feel comfortable
Quote from: Cheredanine on Tuesday,August 22, 2017, 15:55:28 A ma?Mac? Always used a pcBut step 1 - just plug it in and see if you can connect to configurator, then move the boards around and make sure the quad moves they way you move the board.The boot button is only used when you need to put the board in DFU mode to flash new firmware, and mostly not even then, the software normally does it
Quote from: Cheredanine on Tuesday,August 22, 2017, 16:34:37 This the lux? Don';t think there is a gyro on it, if there is it is not enabled, look at the top - the little green icons, only gyro and mag are enabled.Does the picture of the quad move the same way as the board when you move it? If so you are fine
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