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Discussion in 'Pro/Adv Discussion' started by Multicoptertec, Oct 2, 2016.
Interesting vídeo, and my gestión for that system is...#butwhy?
cause its cool and you can
Customer requested it, that's why.
Cool, but what in all that is holy was that noise? I had headphones on. Scared the bejesus out of me.
RF bleed from the bird, controller, and wifi extender very nearby. Sorry about that.
What about compass and antennas?
what do you think, it without question will be effected , for better or worse who knows
The antenna orientations do change, as they are still in the legs. The compass was relocated, and remains fixed in relation to the bird.
May I ask wher you relocated the compass too? I've tried to find a new place for it, but cannot get past the compass errors. Would love your thoughts
There is an "arm" on one of the servo / gear mounting brackets, and the compass is mounted there.
thanks!! if you happen to snap a pic, I wouldn't complain! I was trying to shorten my landing gear, no matter what i did i couldn't resolve compass errors. This helps, so I know a better location.
The compass mounts to the bracket near the gimbal.
you are a gentleman, thanks VERY much!
Right. Cool it is, but probably MORE drag, more weight, and less flight time.
What are all the brass weights for?
Also, why are the retracts necessary?
How is it activated?
Yeah the metal bracket. It's almost like it was made special and just for the compass.
Hows it activated is a good question
Gear Up and Down are done with the flight mode switch - from P to F for retract and a double P to F for extend - I think.
Yea, that's how the commercially ones that I've seen work.
A small interface/processor taps the buss and then generates the servos PWM signals.