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RC Timer Gimbal, not working right, twitching like mad

Started by neil-liverpool, Sunday,June 16, 2013, 10:50:49

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ive set up my RC Timer gimbal, but cant get it to work right, ive put in the setting that gaza07 recommended and I have tried the recommended gopro settings that are on the Brugi.

When I plug a battery to the control, it lights up but does not do anything.

When I plug in the usb and connect to the Brugi it starts shaking and twitching.

Any ideas what could be up with it? am I missing some thing out in the set up stage?


Which board are you using? 

With the AlexMos GUI there is a button near the bottom left that says "set defaults" (or something similar).  You need to load these first before you then change the settings to what you want.  Maybe the Martinez board is similar?


Good point.  Yes clicking on use defaults on your gui software can work as a quick fix.  Camera has to be fitted too or similar weight load for the gimbal to work correctly but you would of done that I';m sure lol
Failing that, check the imu position orientation and check there are no broken wires on the imu connection.


thanks guys, Its sorted now. I thought it was powered from one cell lol! oops! :embarrassed