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Multiwii dev r1240 with Crius V1 GPS test

Started by teslahed, Monday,November 05, 2012, 17:30:53

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teslahed

I managed to get a video of me testing position hold and return to home with the latest multiwii dev code with a mega 2560 board and a crius V1 GPS.

It seems to work quite well - after the first couple of oscillations it holds to the nearest 2 or 3 meters and seemed to return to home quite well also.



I haven';t tuned the GPS related PIDs at all - just the PIDs associated with flying the quadcopter.
One circlip short of a quadcopter.
 1 lobe short of an antenna.

Gaza07

Very good Chris looks like you have that working very well  ~~ have you tried mixig angle and horizon together  :rolleyes: