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Started by wildernessbob, Sunday,September 29, 2013, 19:17:35
Quote from: Hands0n on Sunday,September 29, 2013, 20:01:12 I am using CN06-V2 with APM 2.5 and have no such problems. I haven';t cut the TX wire (APM to GPS) - it really isn';t necessary to do that, all it does is overwrite the CN06 config with what the APM wants as optimal. You';d had already stored taht in the CN06-V2 EEPROM.I';d suggest just re-checking that the serial speed of the GPS matches that of the APM 2.5 and that the config, with that speed, is consistent with what is set on the FC. Also worth checking in uCentre that the config has indeed been committed to EEPROM - when first connecting after whatever period causes this to happen do so using uCentre first and examine the CN06 to see what it is set to at that time before anything else.HTH
Quote from: HowDoIfly on Sunday,September 29, 2013, 20:19:11 I';m just saying, when I first got mine, it took that long to get it';s first fix and thought you might like to know.But from the details you';re giving, perhaps a long wait won';t fix it. It';s your call if you want to try it or not.
Quote from: wildernessbob on Sunday,September 29, 2013, 20:24:42 thanks, point made, i';m just getting to the end of my rope here. this hobby is loosing it';s charm when i spend more time trying to get the same results as everyone else, but just keep beating my head against the wall.
Quote from: wildernessbob on Sunday,September 29, 2013, 20:22:52 i have checked the baud rate, and it stays at 38400, but beyond that you lost me.
Quote from: HowDoIfly on Sunday,September 29, 2013, 20:45:38 Tell me about, been trying to get low vibes like everyone else but, despite balancing motors, props and trialling all sorts of absorbtion materials, I';m still not within recommended tolerances for APM latest firmware.
Quote from: Hands0n on Sunday,September 29, 2013, 20:49:09 Whoops, I made an assumption that you';d already done some of this.First, grab yourself a copy of uCentre from here http://www.u-blox.com/en/evaluation-tools-a-software/u-center/u-center.htmlYou can use that to see what your CN06 is doing. If you set the app to autobaud it will find out automatically what speed your CN06 serial is running at. If it is 38400, same as your APM then thats one possible issue out of the list.You can use uCentre to see if your CN06 is doing what it is supposed to. All you need is to connect the CN06 to a FTTD serial/USB device - have you got one? I';m assuming you have as you said you';d hooked it up to the USB.
Quote from: wildernessbob on Sunday,September 29, 2013, 20:56:56 i do have the ucenter and that';s how i know the baud rate is correct, but i have no idea if there is anything else i need to set or check.
Quote from: wildernessbob on Sunday,September 29, 2013, 21:33:11 ah, i don';t know. i';ll check the next time i go there. it sure would be nice to find a problem and fix it. i';ll keep you posted.thanks
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