I setup Kakute F7 with these parameters, but unfortunately I do not have voltage neither List of Parameters nor HUD.
BATT_MONITOR = 4
BATT_VOLT_PIN = 13
BATT_CURR_PIN = 12
BATT_VOLT_MULT = 10.1
BATT_AMP_PERVLT = 17.0
Kakute is conected to TEKKO 32 4in 1 65A.
What I am missing? Thanks.
That’s what I am using on a KakuteF7Mini with a Tekko and it works fine
What a Strange… I am missing something, and I cannot arm either… Currentyl these are my 2 issues. I come from betaflight, I have 4 quads setup in betaflight, but Arducopter is totally new for me.
I followed the instructions but I do not receive Voltage values, and I am not able to arm. This is quite difficult than BT or INAV. :S
Have you used the wizard in mission planner to configure your quads?
No, I went step by step from hte beginning with the mandatory configuration, calibrate accelerometer, radio and so on…
check out my detailed “findings” post over on
This should work for V and I on Batt 1 and V on Batt 2 if it’s similar to my setup. Make a few flights and adjust the Amps/volt value based on re-charged mah vs logged mah.
serial5 protocol 16
Servo blh auto 1
Servo blh poles to the number of poles of your motors.
I have the same configuration and it is working for V, rpm and esc temp, but I cant read current. I think it is a fault of the sensor but maybe I am also missing something.
but I cant read current.
If you can’t read current thru telemetry then the 4in1 does not have a current shunt resistor on each ESC on the board. This type typically has a shunt resistor for total current and it’s output is analog voltage on a sperate pin.
ok, I reflashed the firmware and I followed your tips, now is working. But I have another little issues:
with the RSSI: always shows 100%, but I remove the antenna, should drops and it does not move…
“PreArm: Batttery 1 lopw voltage failsafe”…
What RX do you have? If the driver supports it then typically you would set RSSI_TYPE = 3
Dragonlink MicroRX v2. Must I setup in a PPM external pin or would be possible to rout it though SBUS?
It is the tekko32. It should have.
Ah ok, I go it. It is confuse, because in the OSD apperas the % but actually is not the RSSI, I had to activate the RXRSSI in the user parameters.
Now everything is solved. At least basics setup, I can arm motors, disarm, and basic telemetry. Next steps is to fly, and test different flight modes… Another story.