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  • mcstan
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    hey bud did you have any luck yet?

    in reply to: New type of yaw control #57400

    mcstan
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    Hey

    I only had the version one… I did look at getting the version 2 but didn’t see a reason too yet.

    you could try mapping it too UART 5?

    I don’t know what the resource map looks like on Holybro kakute F4 AIO V2

    in reply to: Testing – Triflight rebased on 3.2.2 Betaflight #40631

    mcstan
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    @kevin ahhh okay.. I didn’t know you had it working before…. servo might be dead then.. I did read somewhere if the timing on the motor outputs pins are the same as the servo output pin and you set the motors to dshot that the servo stop working

    which is why I asked for your resource output… but you have not listed the timings

    @madpost I found if you set all your I and D down and just mess with the P like you would with a normal quoad you see which one is affecting the tail wag.. the only thing I think when tuning a tri-copter is.. instead of hearing the oscillations like with a Quad you see them in the tail wag… well that’s the case with the Yaw P and roll P

    I all so found too much “I” can give you a lot of tail wag

    some people may disagree but this is just my point of view.

    in reply to: Testing – Triflight rebased on 3.2.2 Betaflight #40623

    mcstan
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    what is the resource dump look like?

    in reply to: Poll for Triflight features on F3 and F1 boards #40281

    mcstan
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    Hi all

    @david I’m using the Holybro Kakute F4 AIO from banggood I picked this one for the old RSSI pin and the gyro being soft mount, and having everything on one board is a big plus for me… I killed too many F3FC mostly due to my bad soldering 😛 and OSD killing the UATRS over my time lol.

    so far its done the right speed from my servo when I had the F3FC my servo speed was 375 and with this control its the same so I’m sure it’s doing it right. I have not done try using Dshot because I have old school ESC and limited funds right now so I can’t upgrade.

    Holybro-Kakute-F4-AIO-Flight-Controller 1.2

    @Lauka I flashed the board to beta 3 .. I still had to set the motors to the right pins for motor 3 needs to be on A02
    and your right about the EXTI for the feedback.. I have no idea why this worked in beta 2.. I set it to RSSI and then it tune Right

    30/12/17 just notice that holybro have just released version 2 of there FC I’m not sure if it will work they removed motor pins for 5 and 6

    in reply to: Poll for Triflight features on F3 and F1 boards #40244

    mcstan
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    I voted too.. but im using F4 these days 😛

    in reply to: New type of yaw control #40053

    mcstan
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    I did a spreadsheet when I was working it all out

    so i knew what timing was on what channel

    triflight was the beta 2

    spreadsheet below

    https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1U9GsH-BYLhi9PXOBwyAU9qemBFHNsGiePXEKDfhY73M/edit?usp=sharing

    I can only guess EXT1 was the marked RSSI pad on the FC, my one was the all in one version

    I did do the servo speed test and it seems to do it. IE did the crazy tail wag like a happy puppy 😛

    in reply to: New type of yaw control #39962

    mcstan
    Participant

    Hi I managed to install triflight beta 2 to the KAKUTEF4

    I set the servo to motor 6 pin seen that was using a different timer

    so I used the below command

    resource servo 1 c08

    Then I solder the feedback wire to the RSS pad and then had to set the feedback to look at it

    set tri_servo_feedback = EXT1

    and I had to move motor 3 pad to motor 4 pad

    resource mtor 3 A02

    all seems to work!! 🙂

    now if I could get that build of this version that would be great @lauka

    in reply to: New type of yaw control #39932

    mcstan
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    @lauka

    Could I get this build for KAKUTEF4 because I cooked my last f3FC and I wanted something a bit more simple to work within the terms of soldering.

    Thanks

    Stephen

    in reply to: New type of yaw control #38861

    mcstan
    Participant

    @ lauka does this mean I can go back to my crazy fast servo?

    your loyal patron support Stan 😉

    in reply to: Is the Baby Tricopter a good first choice? #38197

    mcstan
    Participant

    now sold

    in reply to: New type of yaw control #38128

    mcstan
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    @lauka

    when I was doing the tune on my one I found adding too much I in gave it more tailwaggie

    in the end, I think only got tail waggle when dropping the throttle.

    my servo I’m using these days is bms-20HV running at 7.4 which is 4.3kg but slower than my old BMS-21HV

    by the way, you should be allowed to look at my log.. I forgot to switch off permission on it.

    in reply to: Triflight 0.7 Beta 2 #38061

    mcstan
    Participant

    @bhuism

    I was looking at the Dys one because it was 6 pounds cheaper than the betaflightF3 and the club people told me to stay away from it I also I could plug in a 1 in 4 ESC to it.. and make my build lighter and super neat

    in reply to: Triflight 0.7 Beta 2 #38058

    mcstan
    Participant

    I’m trying to decide if I should get a DYS F4 Pro Flight Controller With OSD or the betaflightf3 for my 2nd build

    I know bhuism has already worked out the betaflightF3 fc so that is the safe bet. but the DYS has some nice choice too and being F4 and it looks like it has RSSI and ppm

    anyways what are the key factors to look for in an FC for triflight?

    in reply to: New type of yaw control #38050

    mcstan
    Participant

    Hiya

    well went to the club today and didn’t think it was too bad in fpv I still had lots of wobble on the yaw.

    anyways my VTX seem to die during the day so that kind end my day

    then a member helped me tune it in line of sight he managed to remove all the tail wobble by lowering the P on the yaw to 35 and it still had very good yaw control at this point.

    the only thing it did do was when you dropped the throttle you would get a wobble on the tail but still kind seem you would keep the right heading

    https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B0T-bBpbxqBRc1hKZ0daaWNSR2M/view?usp=sharing

    anyways I attached the log if you wanted to see it

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