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Posted by Mad_angler1 | May 25, 2020 @ 09:45 AM | 5,862 Views
In this video I am taking a bit of a dive into Sbus taking a look at how it work as well as explaining the difference between the Futaba 'standard' sbus and FrSky Inverted.


SBUS HOW IT WORKS - Futaba Vs Frsky Inverted Complete Overview (14 min 27 sec)


For more information on me or the channel please checkout the links in the description of the video.

Posted by Mad_angler1 | May 17, 2020 @ 02:57 PM | 10,297 Views
This week I have released the first in a new series of videos I will be doing on test equipment on the channel, the first was an overview of the Rigol DS1202Z-E Oscilloscope.

Scopes used to the tool of choice for the lab tech and well out side the reach of the average person however today they are cheaper and more accessible than ever. You can now get a feature rich scope for under £/$350 helping you to improve your electronics diagnostics and repairs.

A scope is an extremely handy tool for any bench and regardless of if your building or repairing RC equipment, building UAS or just tinkering on the bench a scope is a very handy tool to have .

Please check out my overview of budget model

Oscilloscope Overview - Rigol DS1202Z-E Features & Demo (29 min 27 sec)

Posted by Mad_angler1 | May 01, 2020 @ 08:16 PM | 6,177 Views


The Cube Autopilot

What’s the next big thing after Pixhawk? Why wait to find out! You already know

The Cube Autopilot offers a powerful autopilot ecosystem for use in a wide range of applications with Ardupilot and PX4.




The Cube’s foundations are based on a Cube module with a growing ecosystem of carrier boards and accessories that allow users to design a system that best suits their application and needs.
For future upgradability every Cube module is fitted with the same connector ensuring full backwards and future compatibility.

On this, Philip Rowse CTO of Cubepilot says

Your companies future is secured with a cube at its heart, from the day that ProfiCNC came up with the concept of the Cube in 2013, to today, we have promised our users that they are future proof. We will maintain this promise, ensuring that your legacy platforms remain current with 100% plug in upgrades to the latest technology!



Hardware Redundancy


The Cube’s design helped set the standard for sensor redundancy in an autopilot, all models apart from the Purple feature triple IMU sensors of which two are located on an internally vibration isolated temperature controlled module.

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