It’s been at least a couple of years since I’ve been flying, I think the last version I ran was 3.3. I’m now with 4.0.0
It’s a new build.
For the most part good, for a first flight. But I got a low battery warning, the first I have for RTL and the second at land.
When It triggered for RTL, I hadn’t expected it, seemed a little early. so I freaked a little when it started to climb only a couple of meters away from where I had started.
But it peeled off fairly strongly to the right and I had no control because it was in RTL. It went into land before crashing.
But in the logs, I saw that the batt low tripped earlier than it should. Volt was higher than VoltR, and it seems it used VoltR to trigger the battery low…
I am calibrating the current resistor, since it’s a hex rotor, the standard resistor doesn’t give me the range. So I use a short piece of copper wire. But I might have the two leads mixed up, One goes to the battery and the other goes to the ESC. I thought I had them right, but if I’m not mistaken, VoltR should be higher than Volt under load rigth?
I’d include log, but can’t find where to do that…