|Subject:||Re: [Paparazzi-devel] Have anyone successfully combine paparazzi uav with the qgroundcontrol ?|
|Date:||Tue, 15 Mar 2016 21:08:54 +0100|
<section name="MIXING" prefix="MOTOR_MIXING_"> <define name="TYPE" value="QUAD_X"/> </section>instead of
<section name="MIXING" prefix="MOTOR_MIXING_"> <define name="TYPE" value="QUAD_X_CCW"/> </section>Cheers, Felix
Hi,can you please post the paparazzi version you are using (output of ./paparazzi_version) and the motor mixing configuration you are using?Maybe even easiest put your whole airframe file on pasetbin or so...Cheers, FelixOn Tue, Mar 15, 2016 at 12:20 PM, wang siqi <address@hidden> wrote:Hi all,
Thank you for your reply, thanks a lot!
Today I take the advice of Hwarm to keep my aspirin IMU away from the
main current, just like the way we treat our GPS, my lisa m board is held
high from the airframe.
But that is not the point.
The fact is, when I accidentally make my rotors rotate at the
opposite direction to what the paparazziuav.org says, my quadrotor take off
normally, without the tendency of rotating itself anymore. the specific
The direction that picture of time cross says is opposite to mine.
The direction of rotation of my time cross quadrotor is
NW(CW),NE(CCW),SE(CW),SW(CCW),which seems to be the correct one.
Anyone can explain about it?
Thank you again!
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