|Dec 04, 2012, 10:18 AM|
Okay guys and girls!
I got a working GPS rite now and I have some grey skies but I can do some testing today!
Even with the fact that I am in prime Winter building season for me!
This is on my build list and I have two weeks to pull it off!
2 Mini-z's ( Night flyers)
2 Zephry FPV ZXl's
1 Ion5 float plane FPV
2 ZII's I need to fix (FPV)
2 Black widows (250mm)
1 FPV Y6 750mm
1 1500mm Bixler
But as always I get the job done and will be still flying and testing it each.
Weather sucks total butt up here right now.
But Here in the NorthWest you have to be ready and able to get some flights in.
Which means plenty of batts so you always have some charged.
So when the sky opens up and it shines in you spot for 10 mins you better be ready.
The time it takes to drive somewhere. You should just stay home.
So, If you are having issues. PM me! I will give you my business number, so we can make contact and get you taken care of!
Thanks Guys, I know you understand!
www.ctrl.me ( Still under construction)
|Dec 04, 2012, 11:34 PM|
Wished that I had my quadcopter and GPS lock at the Victoria Secret Fashion Show! Damn I could of gotten good aerial videos there!
|Dec 04, 2012, 11:49 PM|
So today, I was ready to show off the gps!
Fat chance the rain didn't. I got one flight to trim. Came in the house checked everything in the GUI and it starting rainning hard.
So, I am sitting here ready to go.
Now wish me a break in the weather.
|Dec 05, 2012, 07:19 PM|
QUOTE=DoctorAudio;23451722]Webex is open!
If anyone need multiwii help or quadrino Help, PLZ come inside and let us help you!
Password is always "quad"
Go to flyingeinstein.webex.com
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|Dec 06, 2012, 07:53 AM|
Ok I tried the Guru's settings and they don't work well with my Wolf Spyder Quad!
Was clueless at first.
Now I have a better idea of what to do!
|Dec 06, 2012, 01:53 PM|
I'm getting some GPS questions together like,
|Dec 06, 2012, 02:44 PM|
All those with A GPS should read this!
It is the new GPS bible for MultiWii!
It is too windy to go outside and test things, So I am sitting here reading it over and over again!
|Dec 06, 2012, 03:35 PM|
United States, MA, Hadley
Joined Oct 2006
Doc, thanks for your class last night, that was definitely an eye opener in regards to the multitude of questions that linger in my mind. Yes, I will be ordering this board.
|Dec 06, 2012, 04:05 PM|
I am to help all who have problems!
Just want to make sure you don't have the same headaches I had!
It can be overwheming at time.
But rest a sure that someone will be here to help, you.
I am trying my best to stay ahead of most of you.
Reason is so you have less issues and have some help, to get you going in the right direction!
I have the time and the will to press forward and find the tricks and tips for us all!
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