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by HFMan
Tue Mar 08, 2016 8:04 am
Forum: Software development
Topic: MultiWii EZ-GUI
Replies: 1434
Views: 242670

Agreed! Thanks for the fix!
by HFMan
Thu Mar 03, 2016 5:50 pm
Forum: Software development
Topic: MultiWii EZ-GUI
Replies: 1434
Views: 242670

Re: MultiWii EZ-GUI

I will try to find a solution to make everybody happy. As for now press ez-gui logo more than 16 times. You're doing a great job... Don't get us wrong. So I can get into the app now, but of course the mission planner button is not visible. Any way to open the planner so we can create and save new m...
by HFMan
Tue Mar 01, 2016 11:19 pm
Forum: Software development
Topic: MultiWii EZ-GUI
Replies: 1434
Views: 242670

Agreed... I used to set up my missions without connecting to the FC. Now I can't do anything... It won't let me do anything until I am connected.
by HFMan
Thu Feb 11, 2016 1:42 am
Forum: Software development
Topic: MultiWii EZ-GUI
Replies: 1434
Views: 242670

Re: MultiWii EZ-GUI

ezio wrote:For all this months I was searching the cause of this problem. And I'm still not entity sure what's going on. It happens only on samsung devices with android 5.x


For the record.. I have a Samsung Galaxy S5 with lollipop (5.0) on it, and have no trouble.
by HFMan
Sun Dec 20, 2015 9:16 am
Forum: Boards
Topic: Naze32 hardware discussion thread
Replies: 3249
Views: 646465

I have no idea how that would be done on this board. I'm fairly certain it doesn't support it.
by HFMan
Thu Sep 10, 2015 6:41 am
Forum: Boards
Topic: Naze32 hardware discussion thread
Replies: 3249
Views: 646465

Baseflight is slipping into obsolescence, slow but sure. Naze32 is still relevant, but mostly run its course. Rev6 should have been an F3.
by HFMan
Wed Aug 05, 2015 3:57 am
Forum: Boards
Topic: Naze32 hardware discussion thread
Replies: 3249
Views: 646465

In the standard configuration, the OSD is using the same port that the USB is. You're going to have to remove power from the OSD.
by HFMan
Thu Jul 23, 2015 5:16 pm
Forum: Software development
Topic: MultiWii EZ-GUI
Replies: 1434
Views: 242670

Re: MultiWii EZ-GUI

Trying to get EZ-GUI to work with an ImmersionRC Vortex via OTG USB. The Vortex uses Cleanflight, but my Android doesn't seem to recognise the Vortex getting plugged in, and EZ-GUI can't connect. Is the ImmersionRC version of the serial port not compatible with OTG?
by HFMan
Sat Mar 21, 2015 12:40 am
Forum: Boards
Topic: Naze32 hardware discussion thread
Replies: 3249
Views: 646465

Is your FTDI genuine? Windows may have bricked it or something. Have you verified it works properly on other boards?
by HFMan
Thu Mar 05, 2015 11:12 pm
Forum: Software development
Topic: MultiWii OSD - MWOSD
Replies: 872
Views: 129768

Shikra,, if we put OSD on a soft serial port (Cleanflight), is 19,200 baud fast enough for the above polling frequency?
by HFMan
Mon Jan 12, 2015 7:03 am
Forum: Software
Topic: Cleanflight aka Multiwii port to STM32 F10x and F30x
Replies: 761
Views: 1346280

Glad that solved it...but still have to wonder why it worked on Baseflight and not Cleanflight when it was set to 16 channels.
by HFMan
Sun Dec 28, 2014 12:54 am
Forum: Software development
Topic: baseflight configurator (win/linux/mac)
Replies: 110
Views: 35738

Re: baseflight configurator (win/linux/mac)

NOTICE: CTN has huffed off like a baby and closed the source to BF Configurator. Idiotic if you ask me- Dominic offered to port the improvements he made back into the Master, but CTN refused. Now things will REALLY get fragmented, and I am certain Cleanflight will be the future. It certainly is for ...
by HFMan
Sat Dec 27, 2014 7:29 pm
Forum: Software
Topic: Cleanflight aka Multiwii port to STM32 F10x and F30x
Replies: 761
Views: 1346280

Re: Cleanflight aka Multiwii port to STM32 F10x and F30x

If roll & pitch rate was used in pid controller 0 to decrease the pids and allow more let go rotation, and is no longer effected like this on pid controller 1 , then does roll & pitch rate still actaully do anything at all in pid controller 1.. if you can follow what i mean to say Absolutel...
by HFMan
Fri Dec 26, 2014 6:37 pm
Forum: Software
Topic: Cleanflight aka Multiwii port to STM32 F10x and F30x
Replies: 761
Views: 1346280

Re: Cleanflight aka Multiwii port to STM32 F10x and F30x

Pid controller 1 pids are going to similar- the difference is that adjusting PIDS does not have an appreciable affect on RC Roll and Yaw rates- this was always an annoying problem with Pid Controller 0. In addition the yaw PIDs act differently and in many cases better and easier to tune (to many thi...
by HFMan
Mon Dec 15, 2014 4:08 am
Forum: Software development
Topic: KV Team Multiwii OSD
Replies: 1021
Views: 151731

Make sure you disable it in Baseflight, enable it in the osd gui.
by HFMan
Thu Dec 11, 2014 6:00 am
Forum: Software development
Topic: MultiWii OSD - MWOSD
Replies: 872
Views: 129768

Main battery routes to Bat2. Bat1 is for video battery (makes sense, eh?)
by HFMan
Sun Oct 05, 2014 6:02 pm
Forum: Software development
Topic: MultiWii OSD - MWOSD
Replies: 872
Views: 129768

Does anybody know if the 'compass' and home arrow on the OSD work properly when an Naze32 acro is configured for fixed wing and a gps is installed? Got a buddy with this setup in his wing, and the compass is flat out wrong most of the time, as is the arrow that points home. Distance to home appears ...
by HFMan
Tue Jul 08, 2014 5:13 am
Forum: Software development
Topic: MultiWii OSD - MWOSD
Replies: 872
Views: 129768

As soon as you arm, the timer automatically switches to flight time.
by HFMan
Fri Jul 04, 2014 3:27 am
Forum: Boards
Topic: Naze32 hardware discussion thread
Replies: 3249
Views: 646465

I have the Lemon 8ch PPM receiver in my mini quad with Acro Naze32.. it's awesome. It has programmable failsafe, super lightweight and small, and comes with a satellite rx. You can't go wrong.
by HFMan
Mon Jun 16, 2014 4:09 pm
Forum: Software development
Topic: MultiWii OSD - MWOSD
Replies: 872
Views: 129768

Re: MultiWii OSD - MWOSD

What do you mean "downloaded the witespy version" ? For MWOSD, there is one version- R1.1.
by HFMan
Thu Jun 12, 2014 5:45 am
Forum: Software development
Topic: MultiWii OSD - MWOSD
Replies: 872
Views: 129768

Re: MultiWii OSD - MWOSD

4) When I turn off my UHF TX to check RSSI, RSSI drops down to near zero, then it jumps up to 100% and stays there. Thanks - bug identified and fixed/ tested for next release Let me guess- if RSSI Min is set too high, then if voltage goes below that value it changes to 100%? Ask me how I know... Dr...
by HFMan
Fri Jun 06, 2014 6:42 am
Forum: Software
Topic: Cleanflight aka Multiwii port to STM32 F10x and F30x
Replies: 761
Views: 1346280

Re: Cleanflight aka Multiwii port to STM32 F10x and F30x

my main point on the latest baseflight incarnations is jitter on the time axis. this is valid for all variations and flavours of baseflight. using a hw timer would be the solution. What do you mean by the above? Jitter on the time axis? You do realize an external oscillator clocks the STM32- and th...
by HFMan
Fri Jun 06, 2014 3:02 am
Forum: Software
Topic: Cleanflight aka Multiwii port to STM32 F10x and F30x
Replies: 761
Views: 1346280

Re: Cleanflight aka Multiwii port to STM32 F10x and F30x

I'd consider trying Cleanflight, but there are a frightening number of changes going in nearly every day, with very little documentation or explanation, or even discussion here in this thread. Is this code base stable? How is the PID tuning compared to Baseflight? I almost exclusively fly Acro, but ...
by HFMan
Fri May 23, 2014 8:14 pm
Forum: Software development
Topic: MultiWii OSD - MWOSD
Replies: 872
Views: 129768

If it varies only 1-3 feet, that's great... these are consumer grade pressure sensors.
by HFMan
Fri May 23, 2014 5:32 am
Forum: Boards
Topic: Naze32 hardware discussion thread
Replies: 3249
Views: 646465

Re: Naze32 hardware discussion thread

I tested GPS thoroughly today- it is working fine, with very little tuning (and it was quite windy as well). I have assigned my Dragonlink failsafe to the RTH function, and all is working as expected. I fly exclusively in Acro mode, but since I do distance FVP, I really want a failsafe RTH for the s...
by HFMan
Tue May 20, 2014 5:46 am
Forum: Software development
Topic: MultiWii OSD - MWOSD
Replies: 872
Views: 129768

Re: MultiWii OSD - MWOSD

Shikra, Hardware Current Sensor: I still can't get any kind of reading for zero adjust on the current sensor. Currently is set to 0, 969. I ran the min all the way up to 250, no change. NO big deal 2&3) You're right- duh! I'm using Baseflight, so I needed to enable that define. 4) My RSSI settin...
by HFMan
Sun May 18, 2014 5:14 pm
Forum: Software development
Topic: MultiWii OSD - MWOSD
Replies: 872
Views: 129768

Re: MultiWii OSD - MWOSD

I'm getting a http 403 error trying to download R1.1- is there a permission problem on the web server?
by HFMan
Sun May 18, 2014 5:00 am
Forum: Software development
Topic: MultiWii OSD - MWOSD
Replies: 872
Views: 129768

Re: MultiWii OSD - MWOSD

Hello Shikra, I'm still running R1.a2.b1. Some notes before I upgrade: 1) Current sensor zero adjust- I have adjusted this all over the place- before I had to run it @ '1' to get a reasonable .2-.3 amp reading. Now I get nothing but zero (I'm running a current sensor, and I've got the high range set...
by HFMan
Mon May 12, 2014 5:18 pm
Forum: Boards
Topic: Naze32 hardware discussion thread
Replies: 3249
Views: 646465

Re: Naze32 hardware discussion thread

timecop wrote:uh, yes...
serial pins on minim are 5V, right? and if that shit powers up before 3.3V power to naze, there will be smoke


Yes- this is an interesting question. How is it that the Naze32 doesn't smoke if they are powered up at the same time? The serial output is still 5V on the minimOSD, right?
by HFMan
Mon May 12, 2014 2:36 pm
Forum: Boards
Topic: Naze32 hardware discussion thread
Replies: 3249
Views: 646465

Re: Naze32 hardware discussion thread

BEC output of 5.3V shouldn't cause it- my BEC outputs 5.5V and no issues- the regulator on the Naze32 should easily be able to handle that.

Are you powering anything off the Naze32 3.3V rail? Are you using 5V devices on the I2C bus? Any 5V inputs on the 3.3V GPIO pad or 3.3V ADC pad?
by HFMan
Wed May 07, 2014 2:53 am
Forum: Boards
Topic: Naze32 hardware discussion thread
Replies: 3249
Views: 646465

Re: Naze32 hardware discussion thread

I would suggest going back to about April 5-6 for the hex. I have seen other people state the same issues, and mention this timeframe as a changing point, where the board freezing started to occur. Where did you see other people state the same issues? You joined this forum one day ago, and start sp...
by HFMan
Mon May 05, 2014 1:49 pm
Forum: Boards
Topic: Naze32 hardware discussion thread
Replies: 3249
Views: 646465

Re: Naze32 hardware discussion thread

in the meantime, can you add more examples and their values to the code/wiki ? -1°2' => -102 10°18' => 1018 1°18' => 118 0°5' => 5 0°50' => 50 are those values even correct ? might even be easier to add mag_dec_deg and mag_dec_sec THe thing to remember that there are 60 minutes in one degree- so yo...
by HFMan
Wed Apr 23, 2014 5:15 am
Forum: Software development
Topic: MultiWii OSD - MWOSD
Replies: 872
Views: 129768

Re: MultiWii OSD - MWOSD

kaventos, We all appreciate the work you and your team have done to this point- but we languished for months waiting for some simple bug fixes- I myself was thrilled to see another branch taken over by shikra to start working these simple fixes. From a users perspective, it seemed KVOSD was dead. No...
by HFMan
Sun Apr 20, 2014 12:01 am
Forum: Software development
Topic: MultiWii OSD - MWOSD
Replies: 872
Views: 129768

Re: MultiWii OSD - MWOSD

Shikra, Got to fly the latest firmware today- looking great! Both my main 6S voltage and 12V video voltage are measuring perfect, and the Flytron current sensor is just about dead on now. I was having so much fun I wasn't watching the RSSI much, but was never more than half mile out so I'm sure it w...
by HFMan
Mon Apr 14, 2014 3:17 pm
Forum: Software development
Topic: MultiWii OSD - MWOSD
Replies: 872
Views: 129768

Re: MultiWii OSD - MWOSD

Shikra- I'll put in your debug firmware a bit later today. I'm using Witespy minimOSD board (already has all the signals broken out to pins on the board and 15x dividers on the two voltage pins). Thanks for the prompt response!
by HFMan
Mon Apr 14, 2014 6:30 am
Forum: Software development
Topic: MultiWii OSD - MWOSD
Replies: 872
Views: 129768

Re: MultiWii OSD - MWOSD

Shikra, I tried your latest firmware this weekend. FYI- recall that I run 6S, so I still wonder why my main voltage adjust number and video voltage adjust number are not identical- they both have the same resistor voltage dividers on board (Witespy minimOSD). 1) RSSI was better- a bit easier to adju...
by HFMan
Mon Apr 14, 2014 6:22 am
Forum: Boards
Topic: Naze32 hardware discussion thread
Replies: 3249
Views: 646465

Re: Naze32 hardware discussion thread

BEWARE!! The latest firmware from GitHub scrambled some of my Aux switch connections? It seems 'Beeper' was inserted between GPS Hold and OSD Switch. Now my assignments for GPS Hold and GPS Home activate Beeper and OSD Switch, and my original OSD Switch function was lost. CHECK YOUR Aux assignments ...
by HFMan
Mon Apr 14, 2014 6:17 am
Forum: Boards
Topic: Naze32 hardware discussion thread
Replies: 3249
Views: 646465

Re: Naze32 hardware discussion thread

I've got the same symptoms. Make sure you have Mag enabled, Baro enabled, and I've heard Horizon enabled. But I'm with you, it ain't working at all. I've confirmed via my OSD that the Naze has good GPS tracking (9-14 sats, position, speed, etc), and confirmed that the Naze is switching into HOLD mod...
by HFMan
Tue Apr 08, 2014 1:20 pm
Forum: Software development
Topic: MultiWii OSD - MWOSD
Replies: 872
Views: 129768

Re: MultiWii OSD - MWOSD

Great Shikra... thanks for all your help in getting this great OSD working even better.
by HFMan
Tue Apr 08, 2014 2:42 am
Forum: Software development
Topic: MultiWii OSD - MWOSD
Replies: 872
Views: 129768

Re: MultiWii OSD - MWOSD

Shikra- I had the same behavior that Subaru4wd did with my Dragonlink RX regarding analog RSSI (Dragonlink goes from 0.75v to 3.5V). I don't know if it's the DragonLink RX or the MWOSD that is taking forever to show increase/decrease in RSSI (It takes over 30 seconds to raise from 0 to 100% after po...
by HFMan
Thu Apr 03, 2014 2:55 am
Forum: Software development
Topic: MultiWii OSD - MWOSD
Replies: 872
Views: 129768

Subaru4wd.. but he's taking about config.h for osd firmware.

shikra... sweet, that will help a lot. I tried to fly today with the current firmware, but it was just too cold and windy for the goggles.
by HFMan
Tue Apr 01, 2014 6:47 am
Forum: Software development
Topic: MultiWii OSD - MWOSD
Replies: 872
Views: 129768

Re: MultiWii OSD - MWOSD

Shikra- thanks for the tip on the OSD SW- I should have known it was something I had to enable in Baseflight. Okay... all set up. A few minor issues: 1) I have a 6S Multi- so got it set for 6S and got the main bat voltage calibrated. I would have thought the Video calibration number would be the sam...
by HFMan
Mon Mar 31, 2014 3:35 pm
Forum: Software development
Topic: MultiWii OSD - MWOSD
Replies: 872
Views: 129768

Re: MultiWii OSD - MWOSD

Hello- I installed this firmware last night on a spare MinimOSD board- looking great so far. One concern- the Analog RSSI does seem to need a filtering algorithm- it seems to jump around a lot, perhaps giving instantaneous readings. Also, how is the Smart Switch engaged- I've not seen any documentat...