I just updated from 3.4.9 to 3.5.1 on my hexa. I have a few concerns i hope someone can help me answer.
X8R receiver (also connected through smart port)
Mauch power supply
Backup power supply, also for servo rail
Taranis X9D+ transmitter
5000mah 5s graphene battery
I did a “clean install” and moved all my parameters over manually. It flew absolutely perfect in 3.4.9. Rock solid in altitude and in GPS lock (i usually use poshold mode). I read somewhere that the hexa option in mission planner doesn’t flash the correct file? Is that true?
But as i went for the update, it wasn’t as stable any more. It drifted a lot in hover, in the vertical direction. It couldn’t keep its altitude. I have done a compas/accelerometer/all calibrations from start and the right way (i hope).
I see some other people also struggling with keeping the altitude, but without any explanation? It went better after a couple of flights, but not perfect locked in. There were no wind in the last flight.
This relates me to another question. Is there too much vibrations on my hexa?? I have reviewed the logs, but i don’t know how much vibration is too much vibrations. Could anyone give me a hint if my vibrations are ok? The pixhawk is mounted on silicon pads which should provide the best vibration absorption.
Is there anything else in my logs to be concerned about?
Last i have just updated my taranis x9d+ and since i updated to OpenTx 2.2 i keep getting a “sensor disconnected”… Is this something to worry about, or is this just a bug between pixhawk and opentx?
I have uploaded my logs, please have a look at them. I am not sure how to view the logs, and what to look for… The one with 3 digit number is from 3.4.9 and the 2 others are 3.5.1…