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Author Topic: HobbyKings KK2.0 MultiRotor LCD control board  (Read 35425 times)

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Re: HobbyKings KK2.0 MultiRotor LCD control board
« Reply #60 on: July 28, 2012, 05:48:23 PM »

Just a thought on the problems your having with the "mad" handling.
Try changing to a different model type power off and then reload your selected model type, dunno if this will reset the config! I think I have seen a reset to default somewhere.
Have you got a spare Rx you can try?
Where abouts are you?
I may just try changing the model as you sugest , I'll try anything now ! thanks m8.
I have no spare r/x as mine are all busy in my varios planks.
I'm in North York's just north of Harrogate.

          Cheers   MIKE. ;D
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Re: HobbyKings KK2.0 MultiRotor LCD control board
« Reply #61 on: July 28, 2012, 05:54:50 PM »

and it gets worse curtosy ofthe numpty at the controls "ME"

a broken motor mount
on the way to the park i had flipped the auxiliary switch so attitude hold was off DOH!!!!
didnt actually seem that bad but when it started to go in one direction it really went and the altitude is really hard to control

going to repair in the morning and wait for a still day to try again and really play with the settings
i think this is where im going to learn somereal flying skills

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Sounds like you are having the same prob's as I am Aitch, Hope someone can figure this monster out ,I have mine in a brand new Spider Quad but havn't had the balls to get it more than a foot off the deck :o.
            Others are in the same boat so one of us is sure to tame it ;D.

                    Cheers   MIKE. :)
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Re: HobbyKings KK2.0 MultiRotor LCD control board
« Reply #62 on: July 28, 2012, 06:54:51 PM »

My HK KK2 board arrived yesterday and I've put it on my tricopter.

Initial flying in the garden showed the tail servo (yaw) wobbling around a lot enough for me to worry about the servo getting wrecked.

I read through this thread and followed 'Nygie's' advice on toning down the PI settings, plus some more tweaking and it's starting to settle down nicely although the 16mph wind around the house isn't providing ideal conditions !

'Jabba'.... have you definitely got the M1 motor pins on the KK board supplied with power from one of your ESC's (and not from something like a 4.8v flight battery with a switch) ?

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Re: HobbyKings KK2.0 MultiRotor LCD control board
« Reply #63 on: July 29, 2012, 12:26:02 AM »

yes mate its running of no 1 esc in m1 pin.
now when i look at the reciever test my sticks ain't showing till i move them over half way.not had the time today to have a play.
cheers for your help.jabba.
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Re: HobbyKings KK2.0 MultiRotor LCD control board
« Reply #64 on: July 29, 2012, 08:20:08 AM »

Been looking at a thread on RCGroups about this board. There a re a few vids including some on set up the PIs. Links below.
http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1675613
Maybe it will help.
Cheers, Mark
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Re: HobbyKings KK2.0 MultiRotor LCD control board
« Reply #65 on: July 29, 2012, 03:02:25 PM »

I came across this video on youtube just now
<a href="http://youtu.be/vB3O0jgvvzQ" target="_blank" class="aeva_link bbc_link new_win">http://youtu.be/vB3O0jgvvzQ</a>


One other thing on the kk2 setup was stick scaling, they are set very low as standard. I set them to 60 with 90 for throttle.
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Re: HobbyKings KK2.0 MultiRotor LCD control board
« Reply #66 on: July 29, 2012, 06:58:05 PM »

Thanks for that Nygie,
Must try that tommorow ,I have been at it for hours again today and fed up just now so off to wach tele' .

            Cheers  MIKE.
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Re: HobbyKings KK2.0 MultiRotor LCD control board
« Reply #67 on: July 29, 2012, 10:00:16 PM »

Well I hooked up my board this evening. All seemed to go well, thanks to my wife at this point for holding down buttons 1 & 4 while I connected the battery to calibrate the ESCs.
All motors start at the same time and and run in the right directions first time (was that luck or the board doing that?). I think they appear to be doing the right think when I tilt the frame. Only problem I had was when I initially plugged the battery in nothing happened on the LCD. Took me a while to realise that I had disconnected the red leads from all the ESCs so there was no power going through M1. When I was disconnecting them my 5 year old was asking lots of questions about the quad so I blame him for distracting me.
Double learning curve as I am also learning to use the secondhand FF7 I got of off eBay and the board at the same time.
Wonder if will be all over the place like the other who are experiencing problems.
Still I do have a naza on the way but want to get used to the quad before risking smashing up the naza.
Cheers, Mark
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Re: HobbyKings KK2.0 MultiRotor LCD control board
« Reply #68 on: July 29, 2012, 11:55:44 PM »

Had a mess about tonight,think i found my problem, the male to male servo leads are causing it to glitch or its the hobbyking Power Distribution Board.when i had a look at the reciever test all the numbers was all over the place.moved the kk2.0 away from the Power Distribution Board and seemed to sort the prob.
will post more results tomoz.  jabba.
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Re: HobbyKings KK2.0 MultiRotor LCD control board
« Reply #69 on: July 30, 2012, 06:31:56 PM »

finally sorted,stupid esc's bec was the prob,not enough voltage coming from the bec on the esc's,
i disabled all the becs,and slapped a turnigy ubec on there 6v of coarse and
HEY PRESTO well happy now.
thanks for your help lads.now its tuning time. jabba.
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Re: HobbyKings KK2.0 MultiRotor LCD control board
« Reply #70 on: July 31, 2012, 02:52:23 PM »

Hi lads, finaly got my quad settled using setting from a video on here but now it wont throttle up enough to get off the deck (?) everything else seems O.K. but suddenly not enough power, battery is full and stick is working full range, any ideas?  :'(

                  Cheers   MIKE. :(
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Re: HobbyKings KK2.0 MultiRotor LCD control board
« Reply #71 on: August 02, 2012, 08:33:13 PM »

here's the  first  short flight of my quadcopter.tuning flight.

Hobbyking KK2.0 SK450 Glass Fiber Quadcopter first test flight.
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Re: HobbyKings KK2.0 MultiRotor LCD control board
« Reply #72 on: August 08, 2012, 05:40:02 PM »

Well, my male-to-male servo leads finally turned up, so I plugged one in so I could try auto-leveling on a switch.  I did, and it was very weird.  It was if I had expo set to 99%, I would move my elevator/aileron stick all the way over, and my tricopter would kind of lazily sway a little bit in that direction after it thought about it.  I couldn't tell you if it was self levelling, because at that speed I'd need several football pitches for it to drift across before it did anything.  'Normal' mode seems nice and stable to me though.  Though I had just hovered on my Naza quad a few minutes before hand, so not 'naza-stable', but pretty damn good all the same.

Anyone else had any success on the auto-level ?

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Re: HobbyKings KK2.0 MultiRotor LCD control board
« Reply #73 on: August 08, 2012, 05:45:45 PM »

Looks really good Jabba, working fine.

I know what you mean about the autolevel Currykitten, really kills the response
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Re: HobbyKings KK2.0 MultiRotor LCD control board
« Reply #74 on: August 09, 2012, 11:35:23 AM »

Hi everyone, I have just assembled my first quad, and have wondered if anyone else has the same issue?

I am using a hobbyking 450 frame and KK2.0 board and have managed to get it flying OK, but every now and then, it will just kind of "surge" upwards a couple of feet? It does it in both auto level and standard flight modes? The first time I flew, I put it down to a gust of wind, but yetserday was quite calm and it still happened?

I am not expecting it to be absolutely nailed into position at this price-point, but it is a bit disconcerting!

Thanks in advance.
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