I am new to site and new to quad rc. My brother in law has given me a spare 250 size x shape frame I now want to carry out my first build. With the amount of different flight controllers available and the variations of each of them im having a headache trying to decide whih one to choose. I want my quad to be easy to set up, fairly cheap to build, I really want GPS functionality like gps hold and maybe rth but not essential not too fussed about autonomous flight at this point either so if someone can guide me in the right direction id be most grateful. Id like to find out which is the most suitable FC and what other components I will need for the GPS functions.
I have an idea in the other components such as motors, escs.
BTW the frame in question is the HK fpv ghost I think its by diatone
Trying to get my naze32 to work with the zmr 250 quad I bought from you guys but it seems that all my channels are mixed up? Throttle is fine but the gear switch is yaw and the rudder is roll!!
Satellite rx is bound to my dx6i all good there…is it the tx? Do I need to look at the settings there etc?
Using baseflight as I can’t get clean flight or beta flight to flash to the board…keeps disconnecting and then telling me the bootloader won’t work? I wish I could get librepilot or openpilot on it as I had just mastered that and find baseflight a bit tricky. …
I went with the naze as I thought the connections for the satellite rx were easier to solder than the cc3d!! Which they were…
Any ideas on the tx and baseflight configurator ?
Hello, I’m having some issues connecting a Bluetooth module (hc-05).
I’ve connected the BT module to the power and the RX and TX pins.
From a phone I’m able to pair with the HC-05 module, but when I try to connect using the Naze32 Android APP, it says it’s connected but nothing happens. The same with some Android Apps I’ve tested.
Thanks in advance.
I am a drone enthousiast and I am almost finished to build my first naze32 quad. The third drawing on this page was essentially the one that got me going but - like SteveMinard correctly points out (3. The third picture “Typical Naze32 Connection diagram” has no 5V power. The Battery Voltage Moniter does not power the board.), I found that I could not power the board with a battery. To fix this, I changed the following: I put two extra wires from GND/5v on my PDB to two free GND/5v PINs on the ESC rail (where I only use 4 for my ESCs). I tested and this powers the board, my LEDs and my GPS (I haven’t connected my ESCs yet) . To measure voltage of the battery, I added one wire on one of the + ESC pads on my PDB and connected that to the + of the vBat sensor. I found a youtube movie explaining that that should be enough to measure the voltage. Before I connect my 3S and blow anything - would someone please comment and tell me that what I did is correct?
I couldn’t wait, and wired it up - and it seems to work: I connected 5+/GND from the 5v section on the Matek PDB to the ESC rail, and now I am getting power. I soldered one extra 5+ wire onto a + ESC pad on the PDB and connected that to the +Vbat: and the voltage is reported correctly now
maybe someone knows what kind of transistors is this