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Started by freakybwoy, Saturday,October 19, 2013, 19:34:12
QuoteLED status significationAt initialization: a short blink means there is no ACC connected (Nunchuk or other) a long blink means there is an ACC connected (Nunchuk well recognized or other)During field setup via LCD: there is a fast blink at the beginning of the setup mode, and at the end there is a fast blink when a parameter is increased/decreased, and when the parameter is changedAfter the initialization: LED is ON when the motors are armed LED is OFF when the motors are not armedGeneral issues: The blinks at the initialization is very long (more than 5s): it is sometimes the case with a WMP+NK configuration. A way to correct this is to increase the INTERLEAVING DELAY in the sketch. (from 3000 to 3500 or 4000) The LED is permanently blinking: it indicates a wrong connection between I2C devices and the Arduino (maybe a switch between SCA and SCL lines) After trying to arm, the LED stays off: check your RX connection and set correctly the radio end point to match the range 1000-2000 in the GUI
QuoteIf you flashed new firmware to FC , blue LED blinks because you have to do acc and mag calibration. Then it stops blinking. At least on my board i have that blink always after clearing eeprom then flashing fresh MW 2.2.
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