Home Forums Everything about the Bicopter Micro Bi-Copter – ARDUPILOT

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    Piotr Szalczynski
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    I made a step towards professional applications of Bi-copter configuration. Currently design a big inspection *(15 – 18 inch propeller ) copter I wanted to get familiar with behavior with ARDUPILOT code. The micro frame is best for safe experiments. https://youtu.be/A_MrDXRqFqM
    Soon I will send him on a autonomous mission when i will install GPS.
    Total weight is 180g (up to 220g with bigger battery) the GPS I use for autonomous missions with ardupilot weights around 18 grams so i will need to add it and probably choose bigger propellers to fly with it.

    #61270

    LitterBug
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    Nice looking Bi. I’ve been looking at Ardupilot lately now that it runs on many standard F4 boards. Looking at your example and another RCExplorer bicopter, keeping CG low is a good thing.

    Here’s the video of an RCExplorer Bi running ArduPilot I found last night including high speed rearward flight.

    Cheers!
    LitterBug

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    #61272

    Piotr Szalczynski
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    I know this one. One of co-workers of mine knows the person who build it.

    #61274

    jihlein
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    How far did he drop the battery? I’ve had a suspicion this would help, but never got around to trying it. I will in the near future……

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