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When you say configure the OSD, if you mean control of what and where the various widgets are displayed, yes dRonin supports that for both graphical and character based OSDs.
Sorry that I wasn’t more clear…how does one place want they want to be displayed on the OSD? Betaflight has it in the configurator so I was curious how Dronin does it. I’m still waiting on parts for the build…just doing research now.
For TBS smart audio I use a lua script on my taranis for configuring band, channel, and power settings on the VTX’s that are smart audio compliant.
Thanks for the quick response.
I’m getting ready to build another babytri with the Kakute F4V2 board. Does Dronin support TBS smart audio? And does it have a way to configure the OSD on the flight controller?
I don’t know if this has already been covered. Will Dronin support TBS smart audio?
Thanks for the quick replies. I had run tailtune before in horizon mode but it took several attempts before it would complete. I have just flashed the latest triflight version for my baby tricopter and will give tailtune a try in acro mode this time when the wind cooperates here. At the moment it is howling….
Phasor2 July, 2017 at 00:37 in reply to: Where in the world is your RCExplorer Copter? Link to map #38550
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I was the one that pinged you and those settings eliminated a lot of my tail wag. This is using
triflight_new_control_3_RCEXPLORERF3-1.zip. It’s too windy here to get a good FPV flight with the baby tricoper but when I do I will post back here with the results.
bhuism I am using 247 for the scale factor on my BFF3 board…and thanks for the info on the F3FC.
Will the RcexplorerF3 support DSHOT? I’ve been reading a lot of the threads in the forum but don’t recall seeing any mention of it. Sorry if has already been covered.
I’m not at home to check but I believe that I used 247. I ran five batteries and averaged the numbers. This was on a quad running 4s LIHV 1500 batteries.
Good news…I look forward to my build so may have some questions. This is a great resource.
Please post again after using the beta2 as I should be receiving my baby tricopter kit this week.
Anxiously following this thread, Jerry
I also forgot to tell you that you may want to do it several times to get an average.
My friend has a BetaflightF3 also and his number is a little different than mine but we are both within about 20 mah accuracy which is close enough for me.
If you have a way of seeing what how many mah used from the current sensor (like an osd or telemetry) then you should be able to use the following formula to get you close.
scaling number used in the configurator X the mah indicated by telemety or OSD divided by the mah your charger indicates that you put back in.
This number now should be the number you put in the configurator current sensor scale.
I did this on a BetflightF3 flight controller and it gets me close.
Thanks….I will keep fiddling with it.