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#1 etman Dec 06, 2010 03:53 AM

KK Multicopter Question
 
Are there any KK boards that are self leveling?

#2 vinlee Dec 06, 2010 07:06 AM

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Originally Posted by etman (Post 16745196)
Are there any KK boards that are self leveling?

You can add FY-20A to help KK flight controller self-leveling.
FY-20A + Quadcopter

Vince

#3 etman Dec 06, 2010 07:30 AM

Thanks, yes I'm aware of that one. I was wondering if any KK board has built in self levelling. That would be a more simple and complete solution.

#4 vinlee Dec 06, 2010 11:59 AM

KK FC does not use any accelerometer only gyros, so self-leveling is not possible. You might try MultiWiiCopter instead, now they are experimenting with a barometric pressure sensor. So MWC will have an altitude hold.

Vince

#5 randall1959 Dec 06, 2010 04:55 PM

Mikrokopters are self leveling but insanely expensive.

#6 nicnaimless Dec 06, 2010 07:13 PM

You can give Hoverfly Pro a go. I have one but it's not installed yet.

Hoverflytech.com

#7 etman Dec 07, 2010 06:59 PM

Thanks guys.

I guess I'm still not sold on multicopters being a stable FPV platform.

This is after seeing the vids made by FYtech with and without their self-levelling device, the FY90Q.

We need something more than self-leveling. Because the copter still drifts sideways and up and down when levelled.

I'm thinking a conventional heli with gyros would be more stable in hover. It does not drift like that.


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