But without any success, It is an agricultural hexacopter with 24 inch propellers T-MOTOR P60 340KV Brushless Motor x 6
T-Motor Flame 80A x 6
T-Motor MF2211 Folfing Propeller x 6
And a quad controller pixhawk v5 nano
Battery 12S 22.000 Tattu 25C x 1
Without any weight, it flies perfect, I did an autotune and it did it without any problem, when filling it with 5 liters of water it also worked according to what was programmed, but when filling it with 9 to 10 liters, it only raised about 70 cm from the floor and it turned uncontrollable on himself in yaw i suddenly descending, turning on several occasions.
Excuse my grammar, English is not my native language.
I kept seeing that posted also and then while helping someone with Flame ESC’s they said they couldn’t get an answer about it. I emailed Sales/Tech support and they replied right away saying they don’t have that function and that it is typically done on the Flight Controller.
This makes sense to me because they don’t know what motor/prop combination will be used with them unless they are supplied as a Combo-pack which of course they offer.
Yes, now that you mention it, it makes a lot of sense.
Can you test the rpm of each motor under heavy load? Maybe there is an electric problem with some ESC or motor. For example a bad solder point increases the resistance and makes the voltage drops under heavy current events, like when you try to lift more kg.
Hello everyone, thanks to those who collaborated in the solution.
I tell you that the problem was the calibration of the ESCs. The maximum pulse was 1760 and I managed to upload it to 1986 and it works perfectly.