davidwp56 wrote:timecop wrote:davidwp56 wrote:(posted @ rcg)
If anyone else can help me out with this it would be appreciated, just need to know how the Frsky D4R-ll receiver can be hooked up to the board with telemetry adapter.
There's pinout on the bottom of D4FR-II. RX/TX/GND/A2 or something similar.
Wire up the frsky adapter as shown in the pic here : http://abusemark.com/store/images/frskyadp.jpg
Then take 'RxD' and GND parts from the frsky end of adapter and connect to RX + GND wires on the D4FR-II.
You can snip off TX and A2 lines as they won't be used.
Will see how I go, am liking this Frsky stuff..
+5Vhinkel wrote:Vcc from GPS connect to 5V from Naze32 ??? or should it be 3,3V
When GPS feature is enabled, channels 3 and 4 are are used for 3.3V GPS connection.
(3:TX, 4:RX). with CPPM receiver, these are normally unused, with standard receiver,
connect AIL to 1, ELE to 2, THR to 5, RUD to 6, and AUX1/2 to channels 7 and 8.
Bhuwan wrote:Okay, simple newbie question, but I have to ask it. I've configured the quad, mounted it, and calibrated/trimmed it.
When I go to maiden the quad, what is it that I'm expecting to happen? If I give enough throttle to hover, should the quad just gain altitude and stay at it's present position (assuming 0mph wind)
a944734 wrote:MTK testers (anyone ?) be cautious - possibly another case of control loss in PH
http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showpost ... tcount=425
timecop wrote:"I only have the tx from GPS connected"
if youre using mtk type, you need both rx and tx so it can send appropriate init stuff.
a friendly reminder: unless you're willing to debug stuff or look through code to see what's going on, don't bother with GPS. i do NOT test it.
timecop wrote:yes, you can mirror aux1..4 to the RC pins 5..8 by setting gimbal_flags=8 in cli, however if you're using a fullsize receiver like D8R or similar, you can just connect regular servo connectors to channels 5,6,7 (while keeping PPM on channel 8) and it works as expected.
nicog wrote:timecop wrote:yes, you can mirror aux1..4 to the RC pins 5..8 by setting gimbal_flags=8 in cli, however if you're using a fullsize receiver like D8R or similar, you can just connect regular servo connectors to channels 5,6,7 (while keeping PPM on channel 8) and it works as expected.
I'm doing so also. Cppm and pwm values are there at the same time
vineetp wrote:I'm unable to upload the baseflight.hex from SVN onto my white pcb version.
I'm only able to upload the older baseflight from the downloads list.
I get this message when I try to upload: (pls see attachment)
nicog wrote:Why don't you try to use the naze32 windows configurator? It updates the latest firmware on svn (you download and update).
timecop wrote:you probably saved the html page instead of the actual hex from SVN.
timecop wrote:You've had the hardware for like a month already, surely its not that hard.
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