Thread: Yippee! Multicopter school project!
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Old Feb 29, 2012, 06:27 PM
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Originally Posted by zerosight View Post
The emax budget escs are an oem from hobbywing, thats perfect. And the motors looks fine, too. For centerplates check this, they have a build in power distribution.

For the flight control, you have many options, especially on integrated boards. I suggest a plain support-board where you can place an arduino and the sensors you want. With an integrated board, you should can add other sensors, but you have to carry the unused ones always with you. Check the main site to start with: http://www.multiwii.com/connecting-elements
That looks like a good option, thanks.
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Originally Posted by Munyuk View Post
Dont forget about vibrations, using aluminium or cf is not good for absorbing vibrations. david windestal (rcexplorer) made his tricopter with wooden arms, excellent vibration absorber, here's a link to the build http://www.rcexplorer.se/projects/tr...copterv25.html
I might try some different options, just for the sake of doing it..after all, there is supposed to be some research involved so I'll try out different arm types, props, things like that and note which works best ( and write a smart sounding report as to why, instead of simply stating that some materials dampen vibrations better than others)
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