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General Discussion / Re: Problems with GCS RELEASE-16.09
« Last post by Alexander 53 on Today at 06:34:42 pm »
Many thanks for the qualified answers.
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Vehicles - MultiRotors / Re: CC3DRevo & Graupner GR-12L & MZ 12
« Last post by Ben on Today at 05:23:40 pm »
Thank you very much ! It has been the wrong wire for SumD in first place. And luckily the new RC doesn't produce any jitter. So now I can go on to the next steps and maybe I'll be able to crash the copter on it's maiden flight soon :D
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General Discussion / Re: Problems with GCS RELEASE-16.09
« Last post by TheOtherCliff on Today at 04:09:41 pm »
I am guessing this is an airplane, not a copter.  If that is true, and the airplane has both ailerons and rudder, then it is usually best to set the yaw to manual (not stabilized) or you will be forced to coordinate all your turns whether you want to or not.
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No need code changes, you simply need to adjust the paths according to your system in Tools > Options > HITL simulation > FlightGear HITL



For source code there is all the links in http://www.librepilot.org website.
Wiki also explain how to build from sources: https://librepilot.atlassian.net/wiki/display/LPDOC/Mac+-+Building+and+Packaging
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Vehicles - MultiRotors / Re: CC3DRevo & Graupner GR-12L & MZ 12
« Last post by f5soh on Today at 12:53:59 pm »
If the jitter cause a wrong stick detection this a very big jitter with more than 15┬Ás deviation, not acceptable for a reliable receiver output.

Maybe this is RSSI output or some defective stick in your radio.

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General Discussion / Re: Problems with GCS RELEASE-16.09
« Last post by f5soh on Today at 12:35:33 pm »
Hi, welcome.

About the PFD display issue, this is a mix between the previous 15.09 and current 16.09.
You need to reset the GCS config with : File > GCS Settings Import/Export > Reset config and close/restart GCS.
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General Discussion / Re: Problems with GCS RELEASE-16.09
« Last post by Alexander 53 on Today at 10:55:06 am »
Yes, it's an airplane.
The GPS and battery are configured correctly, but the battery settings are not displayed.
They are displayed only on the glasses screen through the OSD.
The steering of the rudders is adjusted correctly, pitch and roll stabilization works correctly, and on yaw, on the contrary.
Do you recommend turning off yaw stabilization?
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Visual navigation... yes
Have you checked out this Israel initiative?
http://www.percepto.co/devkit.html
They have a development kit and a hardware seems to be doing a lot of Visual things, but this is way beyond my level. Have no idea how to integrate this in to a vehicle of mine.
Maybe you guys do?
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General Discussion / Re: Problems with GCS RELEASE-16.09
« Last post by TheOtherCliff on Today at 08:58:02 am »
The area you circled in red is not for settings, it will display distance traveled and mah consumed from battery if GPS is properly configured and battery sensors are properly configured.  These are rather advanced setups that require additional setup and are usually avoided by beginners...

I am guessing this is an airplane, not a copter.  If that is true, and the airplane has both ailerons and rudder, then it is usually best to set the yaw to manual (not stabilized) or you will be forced to coordinate all your turns whether you want to or not.

Otherwise (but still an airplane): Is yaw stick the correct direction but yaw stabilization backwards?  I think that if the stick controls it correctly and so only the stabilization is backwards, that you reverse both the yaw input reversing check box and the yaw output reversing check box, but I worry that something else is set up strangely, like maybe you have the FC mounted upside down which is best configured a different way.
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Vehicles - MultiRotors / Re: CC3DRevo & Graupner GR-12L & MZ 12
« Last post by Ben on Today at 08:51:03 am »
About the jitter: Is there a possibility to filter it out? Or some setting in the Software that it won't recognize small, fast changing values? Because when i went through the Wizard with the setting "PWM" it always jumped to the next calibration step. e.g. when i should move the throttle up, before i was able to move the stick up by myself, it had already recognized it as moved.

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