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Posted by IceWind | Oct 23, 2017 @ 08:01 AM | 1,065 Views
Creating this thread to keep alive the iNav releases for F1 targets : AfroMini, Naze32,...

iNavF1 : https://github.com/Nandox7/inavF1

This will follow as close as possible the main iNav project and is not the idea to deviate from it's path other than what is needed to keep the newer releases working in the now discontinued targets (fw 1.80+)




The last officially supported version for F1's is 1.7.3: https://github.com/iNavFlight/inav/releases/tag/1.7.3

Main Project Github: https://github.com/iNavFlight/inav
Main thread: https://www.rcgroups.com/forums/show...ite%29-project

(All credits go to the main iNav project and their developers.)
Posted by IceWind | Apr 21, 2012 @ 05:42 PM | 6,226 Views
The weather is not that good so I decided to do something else other than flying.

Iíve postponing this because for long I was fighting to have the BARO + MAG sensors working. I was going crazy with all the wires and LLV converters and pcbísÖ having all in separate is such a mess.
Until I got one one these simple and great 9DOF from Bobís. So 4 wires later here it is.


(http://bobsquads.com/sensorboard.html)

I also have the BARO (itís under the PCB) but for the video I couldnít use it as the Arduino is a 168 and canít load all the code in it.
Same reason why Iím using Mwc v1.9 as v2.0 doesnít even fit with the ACC enabled.

Android Multiwii Conf Tool - Testing Sensor State (1 min 29 sec)


Btw compare the graph values from this one with this one I had done before while using a different board that is using a clone wm+.
The spikes are use on the clone wm+.

Android Multiwii Conf Tool - Testing Sensors Graph (0 min 21 sec)
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Posted by IceWind | Jul 20, 2011 @ 06:53 PM | 7,365 Views
And they are, the photo from the new tail.

Still missing the motor and the servo, the servo I'll be using a new Hobbykin 939MG with metal gears.
Pulling 2.5Kg and making 0.14sec seems more than fit to the job.


Check the new and the old tail set side by side.


Notice how the servo holders went slightly back to provide more support and allow for more play.
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Posted by IceWind | Aug 18, 2010 @ 07:05 AM | 7,829 Views
Testing blog entry... and it WORKS!
Posted by IceWind | Mar 27, 2006 @ 03:16 AM | 8,803 Views
Ok, if you want to see some of the planes i've built just check my gallery.

Photo Gallery

Have fun!