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Dec 15, 2011, 07:17 PM
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The manual seems to be more than spartanic, I hope the manual will also get a lot of updates...

My question: what is the function of the "RC transmitter calibration" button?

Wolfgang
Hi~
"RC transmitter calibration button" will remeber your transmitter joystick neutral point for 0 deg attitude command.(because different transmitter have a different PWM in neutral point)

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Dec 15, 2011, 07:50 PM
QiW
QiW
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a.k.a. STICK CENTERING ... ok
Dec 16, 2011, 03:56 AM
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where can i find 1.1 firmware ?
i tried to remove the smd resistor in order to have 1.2 working good, but removing a smd component with a normal soldering iron is quite difficult. I didn't want to burn something so i chickened out after a couple of attemps.. last time i worked with smd stuff was in 1991 with a proper hot air soldering station....
so until i can find someone to remove the resistor, i'd like to go back to 1.1, but can't find it.. only have 1.0 and 1.2 available as download...
Dec 16, 2011, 04:11 AM
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where can i find 1.1 firmware ?
i tried to remove the smd resistor in order to have 1.2 working good, but removing a smd component with a normal soldering iron is quite difficult. I didn't want to burn something so i chickened out after a couple of attemps.. last time i worked with smd stuff was in 1991 with a proper hot air soldering station....
so until i can find someone to remove the resistor, i'd like to go back to 1.1, but can't find it.. only have 1.0 and 1.2 available as download...
hi~only have FW 1.0 & FW 1.2
Dec 16, 2011, 04:39 AM
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never mind.. took a couple of courage pills and tried again with soldering iron, this time i had success. Updated to 1.2 again, but now it is raining, so no tests for the moment....
Dec 16, 2011, 04:57 AM
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Hi,

This is a quick vid with a cool small hexa from www.cyberdrones.com , and the AQ50D pro on board. Stock settings, still not upgraded, but flies great
Setup:
-Scorpio hexa frame,
-AQ50D pro,
-Turnigy plush 10A,
-robbe roxxy 2216/25,
-GWS tri-bladed 5"3 props,
-2200mAh lipo.

I'm happily surprised of the stability the AQ50D provides; also, as you can see, the frame is not a "circular hexa", but is more like a "V" shaped hexa. So the FC deals with that without any problem for my pleasure.

Here's the vid, not as impressive as Warthox (), emm.. not yet lol!

http://vimeo.com/33585045

Pass: scorpio

Soon, I'll certainly make the hardware modification, because as I have read, calibrating accs each fresh lipo (which is annoying, by the way) would not be any longer needed.
Another thing I feel is missing, is the ability to choose a flight mode without auto-level, that could be useful (or fun!)

Cheers
Dec 17, 2011, 01:58 AM
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Hi,

Another little vid with a spider frame type MM6 design french by Andréas and sold by FPV4EVER .
http://www.fpv4ever.com/lang-en/fram...-type-mm6.html



Setup:
AQ50PRO
Keda 2050S
ESC 10A Hobbywing
GAUI 8" props
3S 2200mA 30C

Spider MM6 FPV4EVER et AQ50PRO - 1er vol (4 min 51 sec)


Il love it
Dec 17, 2011, 05:23 AM
Fixed wings can be Drones too!
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It seems off centre placement of the TMF Pro or non symmetrical layout of the props don't affect it's stability or handling. This is turning out to be a great little board.
Dec 17, 2011, 06:10 AM
DiaLFonZo - UAV/Drone
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Originally Posted by olivier30900 View Post
Hi,

Another little vid with a spider frame type MM6 design french by Andréas and sold by FPV4EVER .
http://www.fpv4ever.com/lang-en/fram...-type-mm6.html

http://i298.photobucket.com/albums/mm257/olivier30900/P1010111.jpg[/IMG]

Setup:
AQ50PRO
Keda 2050S
ESC 10A Hobbywing
GAUI 8" props
3S 2200mA 30C

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ETMPxtReY9Q&hd=1

Il love it
J'aime bien ton frame..!!!
Continue ton bon travail.

Ton GoPro est it stabilisé ? (Servo qui le fait basculé)

Eric
Dec 17, 2011, 06:14 AM
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Originally Posted by Dialfonzo View Post

Ton GoPro est it stabilisé ? (Servo qui le fait basculé)
Merci, non pas stabilisée, juste posé dans la frame .
Dec 17, 2011, 06:15 AM
DiaLFonZo - UAV/Drone
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Merci, non pas stabilisée, juste posé dans la frame .
Je suis curieux, je regarde pour faire un support.
Ca te donne de bon résultat ?
Dec 17, 2011, 07:07 AM
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Oui très bien, mais on voit un peu les hélices devant.
Dec 17, 2011, 09:34 AM
DiaLFonZo - UAV/Drone
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Originally Posted by olivier30900 View Post
Oui très bien, mais on voit un peu les hélices devant.
Switching to english for everyone..

Which resolution you have try on the GoPro.
You said you see prop in the image, but try 1080, 720, 960. The don't do the same so maybe you will not have prop in one resolution.
Dec 17, 2011, 10:12 AM
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Yes it's in R3 mode for this first fly.
I think in R5 i see less the props !
The rain coming, i don't fly in other mode for this time, but i'll be back :-)
Dec 17, 2011, 03:15 PM
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Ordered my TMF PRO in Taiwan last Sunday and received it on thursday with 15$-express-shipping, no problems at customs due to low price parcel marking.

This afternoon I mounted it (instead of FY-90Q) on my aluminium Quad with Turnigy Plush 25 A, GAUI 330X-motors and Futaba receiver.

Slight problems at the first try as I mounted it to fixed, but with some attenuation no problems at all. Flies perfectly indoor (due to weather can't try outside at the moment).

I like the software tool for calibration. It is rather cool to check the right mounting position or angle of the conroller. And I definitely like the arming of the motors: this is something extremely important for safety, which for example the Fyetech-products miss.

My version from Taiwan had smd-resistor already removed and firmversion 1.2 already installed!

The only critics at my current stage of knowledge is, that after disarming the motors spin slightly even at the throttle down. I would prefer that the motors would stay silent after disarming and start with more throttle.

Wolfgang


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