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Vehicles - Fixed Wing / Re: Help with TxPID
« Last post by bladan on December 14, 2017, 06:45:33 pm »
Thanks a lot, after disabling MPW protocol memory problem are solved.
I need TxPID only to found PID values after that, I can deactivate it and enable MPW again!
Vehicles - Fixed Wing / Re: Help with TxPID
« Last post by TheOtherCliff on December 14, 2017, 06:34:55 pm »
You need to "simplify" your setup.  Running extra modules, extra fancy options takes more memory.

I see in your signature that you are using MWOSD.  I think that you will reduce your memory needs by converting to MinOpOSD that uses native LP format instead of needing to convert for MW format.  At least that is what I have heard.

And for future FC purchases, go with something with a better processor like Revo or Sparky2.  It looks like Omnibus F3/F4 is currently in the unreleased development build called 'next' and will be available in the next release.  They are $17 or so and come with OSD and voltage/current sensor.

I would guess that MWOSD protocol should actually be removed from CC3D firmware...
Vehicles - Fixed Wing / Re: Help with TxPID
« Last post by bladan on December 14, 2017, 05:52:31 pm »
tank you  for the fast reply, SystemHealth panel says Memory critical, how can Isolve this problem?
Stabilization->Basic->Bank#->Attitude is the maximum bank angle in degrees in Attitude mode.

By default it is 55, so [-1.0f,1.0f] corresponds to [-55.0f,55.0f].

You could go through the hassle of reading the StabilizationSettingsBank# .RollMax .PitchMax (.YawMax) or set these to what you need and assume they are the value you set.

A note here.  See the .YawMax?  It is almost never used, but you can actually set yaw to Attitude mode and set this to maybe 180.

If I recall correctly, ManualControlCommand feeds StabilizationDesired and StabilizationDesired is scaled in degrees for Attitude mode or degrees per second for Rate mode.
Can you post the python script you are using ?
and after half a minutes or one minutes the script is not response anymore, not printing, not response to the mode change. But in the beginning of the script running time everything works fine..
Here is a example where the Python script take control over RC inputs.
At the beginning and end the sticks move according to Rc radio.

Code is here
Hope this helps.
How can I do this while code running on pi and GCS running on computer?
Italiano / Re: Saluti
« Last post by bladan on December 14, 2017, 01:35:06 pm »
ciao, purtroppo librepilot non supporta il passthrugh (la possibilità di modificare i parametri degli esc tramite la scheda di volo FC), quindi o installi cleanflight\betaflight sulla tua FC o ti procuri un arduino e segui le migliaia di guide su youtube.
Italiano / Re: Problema connessione con usb
« Last post by bladan on December 14, 2017, 01:27:28 pm »
avevo lo stesso problema dopo che ho aggiornato windows... ho risolto disinstallando e reinstallando librepilot spuntando i driver.
Italiano / Re: collegamento CC3D
« Last post by bladan on December 14, 2017, 01:24:57 pm »
se è la prima volta che collegate la cc3d è molto probabile che dovrete prima aggiornare il firmware.
vado a memoria...
aprire librepilot e cliccare su firmware
premere su erase e update
collegare la cc3d entro 20 sec
aspettare che aggiorna.. ci vuole qualche minuto.

se anche così non va dovreste aggiornare il bootloader che si scarica dal sito di librepilot. Su youtube è pieno di guide.
The range is [-1,1], but everything from [-1,0] is throttle off, maps to -1.

Beware of exactly zero, I recall that it is throttle off, but maps to 0 where negative values all map to -1.  This may no longer be true.
Hello TheOtherCliff,
I see in ManualControlCommand, the range is [-1,1], but in AttitudeState, the unit is degree. How can I map them?
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