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Started by Paulham, Monday,June 23, 2014, 16:01:30
Quote from: nub on Tuesday,November 11, 2014, 22:33:14 almost anything will be better than the rcx/zmr motors
Quote from: Hands0n on Wednesday,November 12, 2014, 09:41:50 Indeed - although given that there are pennies difference I have moved over to the 1806 series (RCX and DYS), finding them much more powerful, although still with the same 2mm motor shaft. I';ve yet to break one of those - while now having three Emax motors irreparable for the same reason... bah.
Quote from: Nige on Thursday,January 29, 2015, 20:36:35 Added mine for all to laugh at how fat she is
Quote from: ched999uk on Tuesday,March 31, 2015, 13:02:54 Great spreadsheet, thanks. I haven';t bought my components yet alone built a quad but great to read real set-ups.I see lots of people using the Naza and it got me thinking about expanding the spread sheet to include PID values.Do you think there would be any value in PID values, plus comments on tweeking, along with flight mode? Might be useful for initial setup?Anyway thanks for great thread and spreadsheet. Can';t wait to add mine :)
Quote from: flybywire on Monday,September 22, 2014, 11:11:30 THat';s why those kind of alarms are flawed at best. As the cells get older, they will drop voltage more and more, thus triggering a false positive. I use Zippy compacts on all my craft now, price/value/reliability wise they can';t be beaten (somebody else will tell me they can! but I';m sticking with what I know).I think you';ll find relying on voltage is not a good way to gauge remaining flight time. You need to use a blended method, i.e mAh used/remaining on osd/timer and good old human guess work!If I brought my multi';s in relying on voltage alone, I';d still have 40% decent British mAh';s remaining after (10 or so cycles).
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