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kk2.0 ajustment discription

Started by turkuss, Wednesday,May 22, 2013, 12:01:13

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Hi all ,and may i say thanks for a great site for this up and coming part of our hobby ...

Being new to flight controllers can someone give a brief description of what action of the quad is affected by what adjustment is made on the menu of the kk2.0.
Sorry if this is a repeated question but i am a complete novice at
programming flight controllers ...

Many thanks in advance
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In very basic terms, P is how much your quad reacts to your stick inputs, I is how much/fast it reacts to external forces (ie the wind) and there are also gains for self levelling in the menu';s some where.

There is a whole load more to it than this though, probably worth looking for some youtube videos which will explain it far better.
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What i am having trouble with is what setting adjusts for instance throttle or the acceleraromitters.
I'd rather have a full bottle in front of me than a full frontal labotamy


throttle stick scaling is what your looking for if u want to reduce or increase your throttle range.
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