|Sep 23, 2012, 11:50 AM|
There is no advantage over the (ITG-3200)except it does two jobs.
The 2.1 firmware is using the chip to it's fullest ablity as 2.2 or so on!
When you turn it on it is doing all it can do NOW!
|Sep 23, 2012, 11:52 AM|
Quadrino & MultiWii 101
FlyingEinstein will be hosting a webex class each Sunday @ 3PM EST for an introduction to wiring the Quadrino and initial installation and configuration of the MultiWii Configuration software. This is a group discussion and a Question and Answer period will follow and asking questions during the webex is also encouraged. If you are having difficulties with setting up the Quadrino this is your chance to get your questions answered and your quad flying.
This class is offered through Cisco WebEx and supports up to 50 attendees at a time. To join the meeting goto flyingeinstein.webex.com between 2:45 PM and 3:00PM EST. The meeting will open at 2:45PM but will not begin until 3PM.
Password is always "quad"
Go to flyingeinstein.webex.com
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|Sep 23, 2012, 03:30 PM|
Finally a set of Images of the New Quadrino GPS, will look like!
20HZ girls and boys.
It is possible to get 12 sats.
Which means you will beable to hold position more positive lock.
Plus you won't have to do the Naza GPS dance!
|Sep 23, 2012, 07:03 PM|
Real soon he is waiting for the board manufacture to make them.
Then it will take about a couple days of testing the first bunch.
You may see one being tested in 2 weeks, If everything goes like we all hope.
Then we will see them for sale.
It will mount onto the Quadrino upper left side.
It operates at 20Hz.
I haven't found a faster GPS out there.
what that means faster locks.
Also the way Multiwii is setup you don't have to do the Naza dance.
I don't ever have to do it with a big quad.
Price is TBA. But it will be cheaper than the Naza. That is all I know there. Unless he said something before I got in the room, today!
|Sep 23, 2012, 07:31 PM|
United States, NE, Lincoln
Joined Jul 2012
I can't wait for that GPS to come out, I want one!
Hey Doc I messed with the yaw on my quad and it still flies to the left a little when I push the elevator straight forward. I think it is actually rolling how would one fix that problem. The quad hovers perfectly when in ACC mode. No mag and no baro turned on. Only thing turned on is the ACC.
Drumbum I checked my mixers and stuff and I'm pretty sure they are set right, thanks for the input I could see that really messing something up.
|Sep 23, 2012, 09:11 PM|
will a ls20031 gps work with quadrino?
Can someone post up a link of where i might be able to find some compiled info on integrating this into my FC. . . . I am looking around and find bits here and there . . . .not understanding everything yet. LOL
|Sep 23, 2012, 10:06 PM|
I'd try recalibrating the throttle range on the ESCs simultaneously again. If you dont have easy access to the throttle signal wires on your ESCs, you can temporarily uncomment the line below in config.h and perform the recalibration while the ESCs are still plugged into the FC:
//#define ESC_CALIB_CANNOT_FLY // uncomment to activate
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