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May 26, 2011, 04:01 AM
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i got the board to test, here are my findings:
Nice test - as always.

Especially the stable mode looks very promising in the video.
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May 26, 2011, 05:00 AM
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Originally Posted by kinderkram View Post
Nice test - as always.

Especially the stable mode looks very promising in the video.
thanks
yes the stable mode is very good. the best i flew with so far.
now i take a look how the megapirate code performs
May 26, 2011, 05:06 AM
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warthox, the links are busted (looks like forum copypaste, and they have the ...'s inside them.

In other news i welcome the destruction of whatever multiwii board you had used to mount CC
sorry tc, i copied the message i sent to ed and dave before. ive corrected the links. should work now.

thats a mwc board. was the fastest way to make an adapter board.
May 26, 2011, 05:42 AM
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Thanks for your feedback, warthox! Means a lot to us.

If you have more info on the stabilization settings you eventually used and are happy with, don't hesitate to post them! The default settings are pretty tame in order to enable a first uneventful test flight, and it is true most people will make them more aggressive very fast. If you get a XBee or any other telemetry modem, you can actually tune them in flight from the GCS, though there is no option to do this from the RC receiver yet.
May 26, 2011, 06:31 AM
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Thank you Warthox! .. wonderful feedback, your videos never cease to amaze me.

I was wondering what the 'standard' multicopter mounting hole spacing is you mention?

Also what is the standard mounting hole size I wonder?

Our boards are normally 36mm * 36mm, the hole spacing is 30.5mm and the hole size is 3mm.
May 26, 2011, 06:38 AM
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The small non standard size is definatly a good thing. Having an adaptor available would be nice, but enlarging the main board for no other reason would be crazy!

Looks like a very nice project.. keep up the good work.
May 26, 2011, 06:38 AM
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Our boards are much smaller than all the rest Pip ;-)

Great to see Warthox flying the CC, the default settings might well be too stiff for experienced multirotor pilots but a balance had to be struck.

The boards are proven to fly Tri Quad and Hexas as they stand though.

Droidworx and Rusty frames support CC board size. Fits in a standard frame from Mikrocopter as well if you use the inner holes.
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May 26, 2011, 06:50 AM
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OPENPILOT CopterControl , THREAD in Deutsch


OPENPILOT CopterControl , THREAD in Deutsch

Diskussion in Deutsch. - > http://forum.xufo.net/bb/viewtopic.php?t=13457

May 26, 2011, 06:51 AM
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OPENPILOT CopterControl , THREAD in Deutsch

Diskussion in Deutsch. - > http://forum.xufo.net/bb/viewtopic.php?t=13457

In the Mikrokopter forum? Oh my, sh*t has now officially hit the fan

Cheers,

Sander - ImmersionRC
May 26, 2011, 07:00 AM
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Its nice that is intended from the start up to be used also on fixed wing aircraft, so a magneto is not present? And the gps couldn't be used on this board right as was mentioned on the start of this thread?
May 26, 2011, 07:15 AM
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thanks
yes the stable mode is very good. the best i flew with so far.
now i take a look how the megapirate code performs
How about posting your settings so it will be easier for other experienced multi pilots who dont want to use the default settings.
May 26, 2011, 07:18 AM
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In the Mikrokopter forum? Oh my, sh*t has now officially hit the fan

Cheers,
no,
is not Mikrokopter forum.

mikrokopter-fan have blinkers
May 26, 2011, 08:54 AM
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Originally Posted by elafargue View Post
Thanks for your feedback, warthox! Means a lot to us.

If you have more info on the stabilization settings you eventually used and are happy with, don't hesitate to post them! The default settings are pretty tame in order to enable a first uneventful test flight, and it is true most people will make them more aggressive very fast. If you get a XBee or any other telemetry modem, you can actually tune them in flight from the GCS, though there is no option to do this from the RC receiver yet.
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Originally Posted by Pip1996 View Post
Thank you Warthox! .. wonderful feedback, your videos never cease to amaze me.

I was wondering what the 'standard' multicopter mounting hole spacing is you mention?

Also what is the standard mounting hole size I wonder?

Our boards are normally 36mm * 36mm, the hole spacing is 30.5mm and the hole size is 3mm.
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The small non standard size is definatly a good thing. Having an adaptor available would be nice, but enlarging the main board for no other reason would be crazy!

Looks like a very nice project.. keep up the good work.
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Our boards are much smaller than all the rest Pip ;-)

Great to see Warthox flying the CC, the default settings might well be too stiff for experienced multirotor pilots but a balance had to be struck.

The boards are proven to fly Tri Quad and Hexas as they stand though.

Droidworx and Rusty frames support CC board size. Fits in a standard frame from Mikrocopter as well if you use the inner holes.
the standart form factor for me is 45x45mm or sometimes 44.5x44.5mm like the mk boards and most others.
holes for m3 screws.

but the op cc is not only for multicopter as i understood, so its good that it is small. i wouldnt enlarge it,too but an adapter ring would be great.
May 26, 2011, 08:57 AM
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How about posting your settings so it will be easier for other experienced multi pilots who dont want to use the default settings.
I know it sounds like a good idea tony. And in theory it is.

But in reality , settings ( especially the control loop settings ) depend more on the exact frame and power combinations. its not just a matter of the pilot.

The settings that make his quad fly so wonderfully , could make your quad uncontrollable.

Really the defaults are very conservative , in order to get the craft 'in the air' so that the control loop can be tuned.
May 26, 2011, 09:34 AM
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I know it sounds like a good idea tony. And in theory it is.

But in reality , settings ( especially the control loop settings ) depend more on the exact frame and power combinations. its not just a matter of the pilot.

The settings that make his quad fly so wonderfully , could make your quad uncontrollable.

Really the defaults are very conservative , in order to get the craft 'in the air' so that the control loop can be tuned.
I am experienced with multis and fully understand what you are saying but it would make it easier for guys to get theirs tuned if they have some settings that work. All the vids I have watched of the core team quads look untuned. It is much easier for a skilled pilot to tune a multi and I am guessing the default settings were not come up with using a skilled multi pilot.


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