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Author Topic: HobbyKings KK2.0 MultiRotor LCD control board  (Read 18943 times)

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Re: HobbyKings KK2.0 MultiRotor LCD control board
« Reply #60 on: July 25, 2012, 09:15:55 AM »

a cheap kk with mem gyros! I've been waiting for a decent one for ages... i luv me KK's!

Couldnt give two craps about the lcd and accelerometers, I'd much rather have a smaller board without these.
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Re: HobbyKings KK2.0 MultiRotor LCD control board
« Reply #61 on: July 25, 2012, 09:55:10 AM »

Couldnt give two craps about the lcd and accelerometers, I'd much rather have a smaller board without these.

Get an Eagle (or HK i86) board then ...
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Re: HobbyKings KK2.0 MultiRotor LCD control board
« Reply #62 on: July 25, 2012, 10:17:36 AM »

Sorry to hear you are still waiting Aitch hope they come soon. I havn't put mine on yet as when I put power on and selected X quadcopter I got loads of power on number 1 and only on two when I used full aileron , when I pull "back stick" I get full power on one and three motors?? :'( going try again tomorow but think this is a bit too complicated for a 70 year old brain!! :-[.
Anyone got settings for a dx6i quad X style?

          Cheers  ,   MIKE.
Have you tried turning the gains down buddy, my tri was acting similar at first, took them down to 70 on pitch and ele!
Thanks for the replies fellas, I will try the gains and other sugestions . ;D Will crack this eventualy! :+
         Cheers   MIKE.     :D
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Re: HobbyKings KK2.0 MultiRotor LCD control board
« Reply #63 on: July 25, 2012, 11:18:36 AM »

Short clip from yesterdays flight.  I'd have really struggled to do the slow fly following the path on my original KK board.  You can just about see that slow yaw waggle on this.

KK2 First FPV (fpvuk edit)

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Re: HobbyKings KK2.0 MultiRotor LCD control board
« Reply #64 on: July 25, 2012, 11:55:40 AM »

cool, you seem so close to the trees and the ground or is that just an optical illusion ?

Aitch :laugh:
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Re: HobbyKings KK2.0 MultiRotor LCD control board
« Reply #65 on: July 25, 2012, 12:10:38 PM »

Nope - that was the idea.  There's overhanging branches all the way so you kind of feel like you "in" them

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Re: HobbyKings KK2.0 MultiRotor LCD control board
« Reply #66 on: July 25, 2012, 12:19:28 PM »

Couldnt give two craps about the lcd and accelerometers, I'd much rather have a smaller board without these.

Get an Eagle (or HK i86) board then ...

it doesnt do octo...
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Re: HobbyKings KK2.0 MultiRotor LCD control board
« Reply #67 on: July 25, 2012, 03:39:29 PM »

Couldnt give two craps about the lcd and accelerometers, I'd much rather have a smaller board without these.

Get an Eagle (or HK i86) board then ...

it doesnt do octo...

not sure anything that does octo is going to be all that much smaller tbh with all the connections that are needed
and doesnt hurt to be overspecc'd  ;D

go on buy one you know you want to

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Re: HobbyKings KK2.0 MultiRotor LCD control board
« Reply #68 on: July 25, 2012, 07:50:44 PM »

Short clip from yesterdays flight.  I'd have really struggled to do the slow fly following the path on my original KK board.  You can just about see that slow yaw waggle on this.

KK2 First FPV (fpvuk edit)

Looks very nice Curry kitten, you seem at home flying that! didn't realy notice that much "wag". :laugh:

Got my Spider Quad to lift off today but it is still a bit frisky for me so will drop the gains a bit more tonight and see.
I had to re-set the e.s.c.s to get the motors all running , so getting there. ;D

               Cheers   MIKE. :)
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Re: HobbyKings KK2.0 MultiRotor LCD control board
« Reply #69 on: July 26, 2012, 02:36:21 PM »

Well ,tried all the gains reduced gradualy down but still not settling down ! got the S/L to switch on the "gear" switch but goes mad even worse. Can't figure this out but motors going the right way and seems to follow the orders from the R/X so why is it so frisky? even with the thing on low rates :o
What is the difference between Pand I ?

   Any advice welcome,  Cheers   MIKE. ;D
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Re: HobbyKings KK2.0 MultiRotor LCD control board
« Reply #70 on: July 26, 2012, 03:10:36 PM »

Hmmm, perhaps you need to dull down the reaction to it a bit.  I copied over the profile on my radio from my KK1, so my Tri runs with 60% expo and 80% DR on Aileron/elevators.  Alternatively you can use stick scaling on the KK2 in order to simulate DR.

Oh, just thought - did you do the sensor calibration ?  When you do this make sure your quad is absolutely level on the floor as you'd have it perfectly flat in flight.

Did you also use the radio calibration, so you use sub trims until all your figures read 0, and your main trim remain central ?

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HobbyKings KK2.0 MultiRotor LCD control board
« Reply #71 on: July 26, 2012, 04:18:58 PM »

Good call CK, I did all that too but had forgotten 😁
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Re: HobbyKings KK2.0 MultiRotor LCD control board
« Reply #72 on: July 26, 2012, 04:32:53 PM »

Hmmm, perhaps you need to dull down the reaction to it a bit.  I copied over the profile on my radio from my KK1, so my Tri runs with 60% expo and 80% DR on Aileron/elevators.  Alternatively you can use stick scaling on the KK2 in order to simulate DR.

Oh, just thought - did you do the sensor calibration ?  When you do this make sure your quad is absolutely level on the floor as you'd have it perfectly flat in flight.

Did you also use the radio calibration, so you use sub trims until all your figures read 0, and your main trim remain central ?
Thanks CK I did the sensor calibration but not the RX calibration <I'V never used that>.
I may try the stick scaling as well although not sure how that works and must set the rates like yours. ;D

           Cheers   MIKE. ;D
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Re: HobbyKings KK2.0 MultiRotor LCD control board
« Reply #73 on: July 27, 2012, 12:01:06 AM »

anyone know whats up  with this lads
DSCF5048 Small | Large


been at it a few hours but can' get it to work just beeps.
i using a  dx7 20 amp skywalkers.had it working once but soon as i unplugged and plugged back in it just beeps.and sometimes the esc goes into programming mode thanks jabba
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HobbyKings KK2.0 MultiRotor LCD control board
« Reply #74 on: July 27, 2012, 12:39:02 AM »

Sounds like throttle warning but I've not used those ESCs before.
Have you done the throttle calibrations/reset any trims, sub trims on the transmitter.
What have you tried so far?
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