Question for those that are using EXT_MOTOR_RANGE! What are some workable PID settings for different kind of setups?
p25o1 wrote:hi everyone,
i just have a question about the EXT_MOTOR_RANGE option,
i posted the same question here
i missed this post.
i'm using a quadrino zoom rev 1e which is based on the Nano ATmega328
can it support the EXT_MOTOR_RANGE option, and if no why?
if i enable this option , do i need to re calibrate my escs?
p25o1 wrote:i have simon Flashed esc,,, will they do the job/work?
i enabled the option it but the motors didn’t work initially.
after applying full throttle they started to spin,
i'm asking since i see in the code
- no support for EXT_MOTOR_RANGE atm."
i just wanted to know if this is a hardware limitation , or it will come in time/development .
polo_fly2 wrote:I´m just a bit confused about using Ext_Motor_Range or not. ??
Its a combo of Flyduino 25A - Simonk firmware ESCs ...
simonk flashed ESC are fine, but do not work with EXT_MOTOR_RANGE
I´m just a bit confused about using Ext_Motor_Range or not. ??
Its a combo of Flyduino 25A - Simonk firmware ESCs connected to Nanowii (Promicro)
Actually Ext_Motor_Range is activated in my config.h , and the copter is running absolutely normal and fine ??
Hamburger wrote that the SimonK ESC do not work when Ext_Motor_Range is activated. ?
Is it better to remove this def ?
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