I’m a new user who stumbled upon a great article on how to setup BLheli and OneShot. I loved the content but when I clicked on a link in the article that was supposed to take me to another article that explains how to flash blheli firmware I was told I don’t have access. I understand the trust levels but can’t I be given access to all articles?
Do you mean this article?
Here is a great video showing the process of flashing your ESC with BLHeli, and how to
enable oneshot125 mode for your mini quadcopter to get the best performance.
This video makes use of AFRO ESC’s and the AFRO ESC usb linker, but if you are using different ESC’s such as the Emax BLheli ESC, check out our guide on how to flash your ESC with BLHeli.
I don’t recall setting any permissions required to read this but let me know if this is it so i can look into this and get if fixed.
However you probably should start by reading this article first:
In this guide we will discuss how to use BLheli with your multicopter, including how to configure and update the firmware on them.
Why is BLheli so popular?
Being open source with an active group of core developers means that the latest and greatest features are constantly being added which is great for all of us who fly multicopters. Traditionally ESC’s where built for fixed wing aircraft or conventional R/C helicopters where sudden changes in motor speed are not always a good thin…