"Is ardupilot able to use brushed motors? Has this been used to make a brushed quadcopter as well? I see them using the motor drivers for mip etc but did not see an example of a brushed quadctoper made with this."
"@Mattic Jovanovic are you able to post pictures of both the front and the back of the pcb you had made. I have an idea of what i need to do. I also wanted to see what parts you populated on the board minus the mpu9250 and ms5611."
"so it turns out the voltage divider was not necessary. ended up using the same satellite receiver i thought i burned up and it has been fine. I had gone on a flashing spree with my 9xr recently and screwed alot of things up. I was able to get a…"
"@Partrick Portier I managed this without the voltage divider circuit but seem to be having some issues. my receiver seems to be detecting my transimitter as mode2. I get response from the right stick but none from the left. I am using a spektrum…"
"@Partrick Portier the voltage divider circuit for rc input can you elaborate on that. I have never had to make one and wanted to make sure i did it right. Saw some magic smoke from one satellite receiver while testing."
"I have been wondering how is the other two IMU's heated and vibration isolated? This would be interesting to know in case I wanted to try to isolate the IMU's similiar to what is done here. Also I have read that you are supposed to be able…"
I have a beaglebone black and started initially wanting to build my own arduino powered scratchbuilt edf jet. I then realized that ardupilot was being ported to the beaglebone black. I have compiled a realtime kernel on archlinux and have arduplane running and detecting my sensors. I just need my pixhawk firecape or direction on where to go from there.
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