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Español / pasar de betafligt a openpilot
« Last post by llorito89 on Today at 01:01:06 am »
buenas hasta ahora he volado con una CC3d en betaflight pero la he retirado del dron para usarla en aviones y me gustaría volver a librepilot lo malo es que no consigo que me reconozca la placa para flashearla en librepilot, ¿alguien sabe como hacerlo?
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Firmware General / Re: CC3D 16.09 firmware
« Last post by TheOtherCliff on Today at 12:48:51 am »
If it is working with some old OpenPilot release, you may want to download software that matches your current firmware and get it flying with that as the easiest way to get flying.

You can download the 16.09 Windows release version from the link you posted, but you will basically be starting over as if it were a new aircraft.

You may need to update the bootloader.  You must follow the instructions carefully.  :)  Note that you must flash the regular firmware (manual method!) after flashing the bootloader because flashing the bootloader wipes out the regular firmware.

This page has bootloaders
https://librepilot.atlassian.net/wiki/spaces/LPDOC/pages/5669026/Firmware+Tab

and the instructions will send you to this page to flash the bootloader
https://librepilot.atlassian.net/wiki/spaces/LPDOC/pages/5669250/Firmware+Rescue

Then you must go back to the first page and flash the normal firmware (manual method!).
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Firmware General / Re: Where to find firmware source code for CC3D Atom?
« Last post by TheOtherCliff on September 23, 2018, 08:43:21 pm »
It's my understanding that the Atom is exactly the same as the CC3D, so code is the same and schematic is the same.

LP source code has a directory with all the released schematics.
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Firmware General / Where to find firmware source code for CC3D Atom?
« Last post by charlotte on September 23, 2018, 06:28:21 pm »
Hi all,

I have been reading through the schematics of the Atom flight controller and there are a few things that I wasn't able to understand with the schematics/PCB design as my only reference. I have not had any luck finding the source code for the Atom firmware. It looks like the source for some of the boards' firmware is in the GitHub repository for LibrePilot under flight/targets/boards, but there's nothing for the Atom. I thought this might be because the Atom is really an OpenPilot board, but it is one of the FCs listed in hardware/Production of the same repository by LibrePilot.

In short: where can I find the code specifically for the hardware in the CC3D Atom? That is, the code that goes along with the CC3D Atom schematic (see attached to this post)

Also, I've only used LibrePilot as hobbyist/pilot, so I am very new to the development side of it. If I've phrased something in a way that might suggest that I'm understanding something incorrectly, please let me know

Thanks
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Français / Re: Mise a jour du cc3d et du firmware
« Last post by player107 on September 23, 2018, 06:07:27 pm »
Merci un milliard de fois. Vraiment le mec qu'a programmé ca, trop nul en IHM.
Pour info marche aussi en version 16.09 de librepilot.
Merci pour cette video !
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Firmware General / CC3D 16.09 firmware
« Last post by player107 on September 23, 2018, 05:51:48 pm »
Hello
I bought a few years ago a CC3D. Now I would like to use it (yes !) but firmware appears to be "next" and from 2013. So it is not compatible with openpilot either 15.09 or 16.09.
I can't manage to find some other firmware for CC3D (example : https://librepilot.atlassian.net/wiki/spaces/LPDOC/pages/4128780/Downloads).
Where can I find 16.09 firmware. I am using windows, so I would like to avoid compiling something under linux.
More other openpilot says sometimes that it cannot enter DFU mode...
Thanks for any help
Emmanuel
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Applications - Autonomous Flight / Re: RTB mode
« Last post by TheOtherCliff on September 23, 2018, 03:52:25 pm »
I assume you are using FC failsafe (not RC failsafe).

Well you could take the props off, FMS to ATtitude (or Rate) mode, arm, carry quad away from Base location, increase throttle to 50% (motors should spin), switch transmitter off.  That would test that failsafe does what you think it does.  If you are using FC failsafe with the settings you posted, the motors should stop.

Also: take the props off, FMS to ATtitude (or Rate) mode, arm, carry quad away from Base location, increase throttle to 50% (motors should spin), switch FMS into RTB (motors change, but still running), reduce throttle to zero; motors should stop.  Increase throttle to 50%; motors should come back on.  That would test how RTB works with live transmitter sticks, not RTB with configured FMS stick positions.

Of course if you are using RC failsafe with throttle set to zero, there is no difference between these two.

I don't like taking my props off, so for a quad (different for airplane) I would:
 - fly at least 15m high and 50m away from Base,
 - be ready on FMS to switch to some mode you know works
 - throttle stick at hover power, switch FMS into RTB
 - if that is OK, it should climb 10m and start flying toward Base
 - for 1 or 2 seconds, play with throttle from 25% to 100%; changing the throttle like this should not actually do anything.
 - drop throttle from mid stick to zero and immediately move throttle back to mid stick
 - you should see motors stop and immediately restart, just like ALtitudeHold / ALtitudeVario thrust modes
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Applications - Autonomous Flight / Re: RTB mode
« Last post by startrek66 on September 23, 2018, 08:33:15 am »
I forget whether (default settings) RTB stops the motors when you move the throttle to zero.  I think it stops the motors.  Your FC failsafe is set to move the throttle to zero.  It's easy to test.  :)

I don't have "-100" throttle on any of my RTB failsafe setups.
I found this fail safe motor setting as default in the gcs. I have only assigned that in case of fail safe intervention the RTB is activated. but how can I test without flying?
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Applications - Autonomous Flight / Re: RTB mode
« Last post by TheOtherCliff on September 23, 2018, 08:19:09 am »
I forget whether (default settings) RTB stops the motors when you move the throttle to zero.  I think it stops the motors.  Your FC failsafe is set to move the throttle to zero.  It's easy to test.  :)

I don't have "-100" throttle on any of my RTB failsafe setups.
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Applications - Autonomous Flight / Re: RTB mode
« Last post by startrek66 on September 23, 2018, 12:55:09 am »
hi guys, currently flying with stabilized 1 and velocity roam. I would like to add RTB. I checked the page at the following link https://librepilot.atlassian.net/wiki/x/OwC4 and I set the parameters.
 I ask you if it is correct to set for the RTB mode the stabilization configuration equal to that of VELOCITY ROAM.
Regards
I ask you if I have correctly adjusted the setting of the thrust for the rtb mode (see photo)
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