|Nov 11, 2014, 05:51 PM|
Arduplane APM 2.6 flying wing problem
I've managed to get it working on manual mode with elevon mixing on my transmitter but on stabilize it tries to correct in the wrong way (turning right make the elevons both go up and pulling up makes it push down and turn left or completely stuff like that)
My board orientation was changed in the params to 90deg and I can see it's right in the artificial horizon.
How is it possible to get the elevons to respond properly to the gyro movement, i've tried many combinations (elevons, reversed, CH1 reversed etc....)
Or is it possible when you've changed the boards orientation.
Thanks so much to anyone who can help.
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