|Feb 05, 2014, 06:08 PM|
Joined Jan 2014
APM2.5 for traditional helicopter..
I am trying to apply APM2.5 to my 450heli..
Now, I have some trouble to connect those..
Could you please check my youtube..
I wired like the below..
Channel Futaba Rx AMP2.5 Input
1 Aileron Aileron
2 Elevator Elevator
3 Throttle Pitch
4 Rudder Rudders
5 none none
6 Pitch none
7 none none
8 none Throttle
But there's no any response..
I have no idea what the problem is because I followed the manual correctly..
Anyone can help me??
|Feb 06, 2014, 01:41 AM|
Did you calibrate your radio in MP yet? I am guessing you also have to arm the ardupilot like you do with multi rotors(I haven't used a apm on a tradition heli yet).
|Feb 07, 2014, 05:00 AM|
Joined Jan 2014
Thanks for your comment, Beerwiser..
I am really beginner for APM2.5..so I have no idea what MP means..
Can you let me know how to arm APM???
I am searching through GOOGLE and Youtube to figure out how to do that but
It is really hard to understand...
|Feb 07, 2014, 01:15 PM|
MP stands for mission planner, it is where you load firmware and everything else needed to use a apm.
Typicalaimster is right too, not many use it on a conventional heli, but I find it hard to get any answers on DIYdrones. R_Lefebvre is a guy on here and on diydrones that has done some helis with impressive results, it may be worth while to look him up. The apm has a steep learning curve but it is worth it.
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