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January 2, 2012

ArduCopter Build and Troubleshooting

at 1:31 pm. Filed under Cool Gadgets, DIY Hacks, Electronic Hacks

 

Dave took some time off building his new lab and finished building an ArduCopter, Dave goes through some troubleshooting when the control board doesn’t work. Turns out there is a mystery short on the previously functional board. You will get a good laugh at the culprit. 🙂


 

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2 Responses to “ArduCopter Build and Troubleshooting”

  1. Mick Gillies Says:

    I fly the Cybertech Cyberquad Maxi for my work and they operate the same way – shutting the throttle down all the way doesn’t turn off the rotor motors nad they’ll idle away but the Cybertech remote controller has additional functions that allow you to “Arm” and “Disarm” motor operation. When the Cyberquad is first powered up, it goes through a logic board initialise function by emmiting some chirps and pulsing all 4 motors. Then, you have to “Initialise” the unit then “Arm’ it. When you arm it, the rotors start to idle and you’re ready to fly.

  2. collingtech Says:

    nice lesson and great accent, enjoy a lot , keep up

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