Why is there a change in RCIN when I am on an auto mission? Sometimes but not always this leads to massive RCOUT levels. In this case, my plane flew a barrel roll and then recovered. But what causes this if I am not touching my sticks (I swear I didn’t!)
Blue line is RCIN (should be stable) Red line is RCOUT. Here I expect the autopilot to do it’s thing - but what about the peak?
Binary logfile is here
The event I am interested in happened at 11:42:12.
Please note: this is a flying wing with throttle on RC1 and elevons on RC2 and RC3.
upload your bin file so we can look at it it may be an mag issue
Just did that. see above.
some more info about your RC system? this seems what your RC Rx outputs in failsafe condition.
from looking at your logs i’d say you’ve got RSSI on CH5 but not configured in arduplane.
That’s right. I get RSSI on channel 5. But Failsafe is off and shouldn’t cause this. What do you want to know about the RC setup? It’s a Frsky Taranis xd9.
I don’t really do anything with the RSSI except showing it in my OSD (the little white bar at the bottom of the stick display bottom center): https://youtu.be/EuJ82UgWl0g
I had stick_mixing=2. Could this be why any rcin also causes rcout? But where did the rcin signal come from?
from what your logs tell i’d say you’ve got trims in your RC transmitter set to values other than what you’ve did your RC calibration with.
Hmm. I will check that. But if there’s a difference it can only be small- not in the 1000PWM range. What makes you suggest this?
not that bad on roll, but pitch switches from 1489 to 1613 ms when rssi drops low, supposedly RC link loss condition. mind that when using sbus, rssi don’t update on link loss.
enough to trigger a -5 deg pitch demand temporarily.
that doesn’t really explain the spikes on RC2 at 11:42:11 and RC3 at 11:51:03, but those imho are singular and way too short to cause trouble.
i’d personally suggest to double check your RC setup’s FS settings / link loss behaviour, setup rssi for added situational awareness and use arming checks = 1 (all) when flying auto missions on EKF without manual control.
on a sidenote, somethings going on with GPS reception too:
i’d rather expect a constant sub-1.0 HDOP on M8N hardware.