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Unstable Ifly-4 Frame using Rabbit FC FW V1.22

Started by tabsha, Tuesday,October 02, 2012, 03:51:56

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tabsha

Well, many hours have gone by while trying to decode the chinglish manual and understand the steps to take especially for CF and calibration. One note is that one ofthe ESC's is getting hot so i will replace it and see if that has any effect. Here is my configuration:
Frame: IFLY 4 Quad-X 455 mm
FC: Rabbit with FW 1.220, CF module, Ultrasonic module, GPS module
Power source: Turnigy 4000 mah 3s Lipo cell
Radio TX: Turnigy 2.4 GHz, 9 Ch
Radio RX: Turnigy 2.4 GHz 9X 8C V2

I have also attached my configuration settings to this post.
basically, the quad is unstable and wants to go all sorts of ways. It is not consistant so ANY help would be appreciated.

Thanks

johnrs

Hi

What do you have your 9x set up as.  Heli or Acro/plane ?

I have a 9x and for 2 weeks I could not get my quad with a KK board off the ground.  Wanted to do everything but fly up and I went thought countless props too.

John
New to Quads but loving it

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Gaza07

Very good point John you should have your tx set to acro as the some of the heli settings have ccpm mixing and will make your quad handle very strange,
I beleive heli1 will work though  ~~

Quote from: johnrs on Tuesday,October 02, 2012, 09:32:08
Hi

What do you have your 9x set up as.  Heli or Acro/plane ?

I have a 9x and for 2 weeks I could not get my quad with a KK board off the ground.  Wanted to do everything but fly up and I went thought countless props too.

John

johnrs

All my problems where because mine was in Heli1.  As soon as it was in acro mode it was fine, but because of motor problems it was not stable but did fly
New to Quads but loving it

My YouTube Channel

Techie-Review

Gaza07

Oh I see I thought heli1 worked for you but not the other heli modes  :shrug:
so it has to be acro then  ~~ I only ever use acro  ~~

johnrs

Nope.  Acro mode worked best for me.  But for my Naza Heli 1 worked only because I needed a 3 pos switch
New to Quads but loving it

My YouTube Channel

Techie-Review

tabsha

Here's a picture showing how the motors and spinning directions are configuered on the Wild rabbit

teslahed

Tuesday,October 02, 2012, 21:20:39 #7 Last Edit: Tuesday,October 02, 2012, 21:46:43 by teslahed
I'll just bung this link in to help as well;



As far as i can tell it looks like you have the motor order right;

One circlip short of a quadcopter.
 1 lobe short of an antenna.

Gaza07


sakiskoz

After you check again your diagram of motors and props as Gary say  make again level calibration. 

Gaza07