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Oct 02, 2011, 09:17 PM
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this is what i suggest
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Oct 03, 2011, 02:23 AM
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After my trip to Cuba I will order this board and try it.

Both Atmel sensors and Fabio 35MS board work great.
They use almost the same sensors but the Atmel is a tiny bit more stable on the Gyro and ACC (noise?), where the FreeIMU 0.3.5MS baro is some better.

//Frank
Oct 03, 2011, 04:55 AM
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Originally Posted by aBUGSnightmare
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heute will ich euch einen neuen Flightcontroller – das DIVIDE et IMPERA! V2 – vorstellen. Die Leiterplatte wird Paul in Kürze in seinem Shop (www.flyduino.com) haben!
schön hier auch mal etwas in deutsch zu lesen.

verschwindet allerdings sehr schnell in den tiefen des Datenmülls.

noch besser wäre es in einem PAUL-WIKI zu übertragen ?

als PDF-Dokumentation wäre es natürlich auch geil,
und in Pauls Shop, mit Link auf die Dokumentationen.
Oct 03, 2011, 05:55 AM
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lets stay together


And in English to allow everyone to participate in the thread



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Originally Posted by JUERGEN_

schön hier auch mal etwas in deutsch zu lesen.

There is some very good information to read in German.

verschwindet allerdings sehr schnell in den tiefen des Datenmülls.

But it disappears very quickly into the depths of the other garbage posted.


noch besser wäre es in einem PAUL-WIKI zu übertragen ?

It would be even better if the relevant information was transferred and available in a Wiki, what about it Paul ?


als PDF-Dokumentation wäre es natürlich auch geil,
und in Pauls Shop, mit Link auf die Dokumentationen.

Also PDF documentation would be cool,
and if it was located in Paul's shop, with links to the documentation, for all to find, would make it even better




I can only agree with most of this.

But it would have been nice and more community spirited if you have posted the same as "aBUGSnightmare" did with English too, (as from some of your other posts your appear capable of posting in English) and nicer to not initially close your post to only a few, as most use the international language of English....

And yes I can speak English, Gaelic a little German, Thai & Greek so im not just picking on the one language.

lets keep the community together and not try to introduce a divide. Hence my attempt/reason for translating it for everyone.

kindest regards
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Oct 03, 2011, 07:21 AM
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There is alreay w multiwii wiki with a hardware section.maybe we could add this there
Oct 03, 2011, 07:25 AM
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ok, i have also almost some stickers finished, we may should merge the result.
Allready optimizing it a bit, till now i got stickers for quad + x, tri, Y6, thinking of doing 2 extra ones for x and + hex, as i printed CW and CCW on it.
Paul,

perfekt! I think you should keep em! I only had Y4 and BI in addition.

Joerg
Oct 03, 2011, 07:28 AM
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Originally Posted by JUERGEN_
schön hier auch mal etwas in deutsch zu lesen.

verschwindet allerdings sehr schnell in den tiefen des Datenmülls.

noch besser wäre es in einem PAUL-WIKI zu übertragen ?

als PDF-Dokumentation wäre es natürlich auch geil,
und in Pauls Shop, mit Link auf die Dokumentationen.
Hi Juergen,

It's no problem to have a PDF document on it once the docu is finished. Paul can link to this on the product page.

Joerg
Oct 03, 2011, 08:29 AM
Fabio Varesano
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Originally Posted by Frank.T
Both Atmel sensors and Fabio 35MS board work great.
They use almost the same sensors but the Atmel is a tiny bit more stable on the Gyro and ACC (noise?)
Are you sure about this? FreeIMU uses the BMA180 which should be better than the BMA150 used in ATMEL boards. FreeIMU also uses the ITG3200 gyroscope, also used on the ATMEL boards. The HMC5883L used in FreeIMU, should be quite better than the AK8975 of ATMEL... So, on paper, FreeIMU v0.3.5 should be superior than ATMEL boards.

Have you actually compared these two boards? Results of such tests would be pretty interesting to me.
Oct 03, 2011, 09:59 AM
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Still having problems with the ACC. Mostly when I like to start the copter in ACC mode, the copter goes directly in a 30° possition, so I have to brakeup the starting or risk the copter will go overhaed while starting. If I switsh off the ACC mode the copter will rise normal with a bit sidewards flying.
Why will the copter lift only one side by starting under ACC??? If I controll the GUI the ACC will shows 0/0/254. Do the BMA020 need a way sidewards to find the horizontal?!?
Oct 03, 2011, 10:06 AM
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yes technically the freeimu is better.
The 3200 is the same on both, the bma150 shouldnt behave that different compared to bma180.
The HMC mag on the freeimu is technically better.
Only thing which can be dfferent is the power supply.
Frank went over 2 linear regulators when using his Atmel board.
3.3V is supplied by a reg. from the sensor bob, the Atmel ATAVRSBIN1 have a own 2.5V reg aditionally (LP2985A).
The more linear regulator the better, the more clean/decoupled the power will be.
May this one reg more is doing a difference frank sees ?
You imu connected the same way should give similar results, means using a 2.5V low drop on the imu supplied by a 3.3V in front?
Last edited by Goofy23; Oct 03, 2011 at 10:12 AM.
Oct 03, 2011, 10:25 AM
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@ Jürgen, this is not the place here for german, but as you saw Joerg is doing it biligual.
There will be also at least a PDF to download.
We also may start a Flyduino Wiki page soon where we can add things like this.
For the stickers, i run a bit out of space, i thing a BI the user may can fuggure out himself, for the Y4 i am sorry but its exactly like the X Quad, so.....
Oct 03, 2011, 10:26 AM
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Originally Posted by funfox
Still having problems with the ACC. Mostly when I like to start the copter in ACC mode, the copter goes directly in a 30° possition, so I have to brakeup the starting or risk the copter will go overhaed while starting. If I switsh off the ACC mode the copter will rise normal with a bit sidewards flying.
Why will the copter lift only one side by starting under ACC??? If I controll the GUI the ACC will shows 0/0/254. Do the BMA020 need a way sidewards to find the horizontal?!?
May the PID settings have to be tweaked when the ACC overreact.
Oct 03, 2011, 10:28 AM
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The more linear regulator the better, the more clean/decoupled the power will be.
I'm not really sure about this.... all depends on the implementation (components, circuits, etc..)
Oct 03, 2011, 10:29 AM
Fabio Varesano
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@funfox You have to calibrate your level mode http://www.multiwii.com/faq#How_to_t...n_1.7_and_more
Oct 03, 2011, 11:19 AM
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@Paul

Same old questions I know but...

When are the Flyduino Mega back in stock? and... how long till GPS?


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