ESC response test

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Re: ESC response test

Postby sandmen » Sat Apr 25, 2015 10:26 am

Look's very cool :-)
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Re: ESC response test

Postby chestnut » Sat Apr 25, 2015 10:38 am

sandmen wrote:Look's very cool :-)


Thanks for your interest.
So on bottom board have OSD mavlink board.
Regard ESC board for 2-4S 20A max, firmware BLHeli. New version i will design for 8 ESC, 2-6S, 30A.

Maiden flight:
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Re: ESC response test

Postby sandmen » Sat Apr 25, 2015 10:59 am

Hmm, can you try the OneShoot with BLHeli and AQ?
And, let me know your experience with this!
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Re: ESC response test

Postby chestnut » Tue May 05, 2015 9:00 am

sandmen wrote:Hmm, can you try the OneShoot with BLHeli and AQ?
And, let me know your experience with this!


If you want use Oneshoot, you need increase DrateIMU form 400Hz to 1000Hz, and increase PID loops too, Maybe you very happy in manual mode, very high response, and if you enable Damp light, very high response in decrease throttle.
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Re: ESC response test

Postby sandmen » Tue May 05, 2015 9:33 am

chestnut wrote:
sandmen wrote:Hmm, can you try the OneShoot with BLHeli and AQ?
And, let me know your experience with this!


If you want use Oneshoot, you need increase DrateIMU form 400Hz to 1000Hz, and increase PID loops too, Maybe you very happy in manual mode, very high response, and if you enable Damp light, very high response in decrease throttle.


I'm flying with OneShoot, but with more or less, standard fw ;) .
I meant, if you already try it, and want to know your experience.
With standard FW, I can feel some minimal improvement.
Never played with DrateIMU or PID loops.

Interesting to play with PID loops, did you already test it ? And in which bandwidth did you change the PID loops?
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