I am using pixhawk flight controller with 450 frame and 1400kva motor and Skywalker ESC I have assembled all parts and I have done ESC calibration successful but when I arm my drone and give some throttle my drone get flipped and get crashed I am unable to fly quadracopter so I need help for safe and successful fly please help
Did you calibrated your Gyro and Accelerometer correctly?
Also a few more things to check:
- Make sure the motors are connected in the correct order and spinning in the correct directions
- Make sure the propellers are on the correct way around
- Make sure the flight controller orientation is set correct in the software
- Ensure you have calibrated your Gyro and Accelerometer correctly (as per @Luca suggestion)
- Check radio calibration and that there is no mixing setup on your radio
- Make sure your ESC have all been calibrated to have the same PWM range.
Thanks for replying
Yes have caliberate my ESC, Radio and accelerometer and gyro I think there is some issue in flight controller and ESC wiring tell me how I should wire my ESC and motor with flight controller
Best way is to the download a flight log and run the auto analyser… it should be able to detect if there is a problem with something
Post a video so we can see what is happening.
FWIW, flipping on take-off is always a motor/prop problem.
Verify that you are using the correct motor layout, and that the motors are connected correctly to the motor outputs on Pixhawk.
Use Motor Test in Mission Planner > Initial Setup > Optional Hardware > Motor Test to verify the motors are spinning in the correct directions.
NOTE: Motor Test will test the motors starting from the RIGHT FRONT and proceeding in a clock wise direction. Motor Test DOES NOT follow the motor layout numbering…