Nov 04, 2012, 09:03 PM
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Originally Posted by Dialfonzo View Post
It really look like the esc calibration is wrong.
If you could connect all 6 esc to a Y harness to your receiver you would know if it is the case.
can I do this one by one? I lack a y harness. Also would this be the reason for it flipping over?
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Nov 04, 2012, 09:04 PM
DiaLFonZo - UAV/Drone
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can I do this one by one? I lack a y harness. Also would this be the reason for it flipping over?
If you do them one by one, how can you compare the rpm of each motor one to the other.
Nov 04, 2012, 09:08 PM
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If you do them one by one, how can you compare the rpm of each motor one to the other.
Ah very true. The only thing is the motors had no issue with the 2.0 program so I'm thinking maybe it is a programming issue?
Nov 04, 2012, 09:10 PM
DiaLFonZo - UAV/Drone
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Ah very true. The only thing is the motors had no issue with the 2.0 program so I'm thinking maybe it is a programming issue?
Are you sure you don't have i2c errors and that all sensors react the way they should?
Nov 04, 2012, 09:10 PM
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For Arduino based you need
- Arduino IDE
- ZIP Multiwii file

For Naze32 you need many things to use it.
I ma not saying it's not good or not worth it.
Just don't feel it add much to the "flight".

That's only my humble opinion.
w/ Naze32 you can use many options but you can easily get away w/ nicodh's tool and the MW zip...so still 2 tools, and this will take care of fw upgrade and settings. the guide outlines different ways to do things but they are options for people that feel different comfort levels w/ different tools.

but to each their own...
Nov 04, 2012, 09:13 PM
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Are you sure you don't have i2c errors and that all sensors react the way they should?
I do not have IC2 erros and I think the sensors are reacting the way they should. Aside from watching to see how the motors react with props off to movement of the board is there any other tests I could try?
Nov 04, 2012, 09:15 PM
DiaLFonZo - UAV/Drone
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I do not have IC2 erros and I think the sensors are reacting the way they should. Aside from watching to see how the motors react with props off to movement of the board is there any other tests I could try?
Look at sensors direction
http://www.multiwii.com/faq#How_shou...xis_directions
Nov 04, 2012, 09:21 PM
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Yup all react accordingly
Nov 04, 2012, 09:22 PM
DiaLFonZo - UAV/Drone
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Minimum throttle is the same as on the previous version?
Nov 04, 2012, 09:27 PM
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Minimum throttle is the same as on the previous version?
I think you have found my problem. I changed that and I am going to go test now.
Nov 04, 2012, 09:37 PM
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Minimum throttle is the same as on the previous version?
Well they all start up at the same time but I think the ESC's are still out of sync because that back right motor is still over powering the rest. If I plugged in each of my ESC's into the receiver and calibrated the throttle throttle threshold would that help?
Nov 04, 2012, 09:38 PM
DiaLFonZo - UAV/Drone
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Well they all start up at the same time but I think the ESC's are still out of sync because that back right motor is still over powering the rest. If I plugged in each of my ESC's into the receiver and calibrated the throttle throttle threshold would that help?
You do that.
Nov 05, 2012, 01:39 AM
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Hey guys just wondering if anyone has come across this before....i get a high frequency wobble whenever i throttle up. It also doesnt like the wind too much either.
I am using that crappy x525 frame but i have connected my dt750 motors directly to the aluminium posts so its much stiffer now. Using a home made genuine wmp+ with nunchuck which i have used on other models. Everything is balanced and P values are down to 3.1 with I=0.27 and D=30. I have also set throttle attenuation to 0.1. Have tried lower P but it just falls out of the sky.

Oops forgot to say i added a single axis gimbal mount with full size analog servo...
Try lowering D to 25 or even 20. I do not know what version of FW you loaded but in older versions lowering D made the copter less sensitive. I used to have D around 20. The rest about the defaults and it flew well.
Nov 05, 2012, 08:29 AM
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can I do this one by one? I lack a y harness. Also would this be the reason for it flipping over?
if you have a (ER)9X you can make a new mix with all channels on the throttle.
this is how i do it, works easy and better than fiddling with Y harnesses.
i can calibrate 8 esc's at once...
Nov 05, 2012, 08:37 AM
DiaLFonZo - UAV/Drone
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if you have a (ER)9X you can make a new mix with all channels on the throttle.
this is how i do it, works easy and better than fiddling with Y harnesses.
i can calibrate 8 esc's at once...
HéHé...
Nice idea in fact.. Create a new "Programing" Profile ..!