The PID settings are the numbers that are related to stablibity of the quadcopter. In the first week we used the most recent value we have tested and are happy with their stability. However in the coming weeks we may find different style of flying numbers. For instance if you feel the quad copter needs to move slower or needs to be more sensitive to controller inputs, we will be posting the values below PID Settings.
you will need to buy two CW and two CCW props, and place them on the quad copter in this order.
The props they have on the quad are 10″. The numbers on the products are the size of the prop then the pitch so a 1045 is a 10″ prop with a 4.5″ pitch. Parts to Upgrade
I would firstly suggest buying more batteries to allow for lots of practice. You will also need lots of props after the expected crashes 🙂
Continuing to fly…
In terms of learning further, I would suggest to start flying low and close to the ground in large open spaces to avoid stressful situations. Being nervous and not feeling in control will lead to a crash, so ensure the pilot of the multi rotor is calm and ready to fly.
Again there are many videos to explain alternative methods on learning and practicing.
Such as this
rev 2. – moderate settings for week 2 ESC (use these settings for the quadcopter setup which includes the skywalker ESC depicted below)
KK2 PID settings (NLIU)
rev 3. – moderate settings.
Roll + Pitch
Transmitter Bind Process
Step’s needed to be taken to bind the Microzone Controllers.
Plug in the bing plug into the ID port on the receiver.
Plug the Lipo into the quadcopter and a green light should start to flash on the receiver.
Turn on the transmitter and wait for the green light to turn off.
Unplug the bind plug that you earlier placed into the receiver and a solid green light should appear.
Turn off the transmitter and then unplug the lipo.
The transmitter and receiver should now be bound.
Adding Extra Channel Add-On (Balloon Drop)
Take out the channel 6 cable and replace with the wire coming from the servo. This will remove the aux0 port on the software. As nothing is using Aux 0 on the CC3D it should allow the flight controller to still arm the quadcopter. Always place the signal wire (white/S) towards the centre of the receiver.
Depending on which flight controller you have, you may need to re configure the transmitter config on the Open Pilot software. You will just need to skip/next on the stage where you normally configure accessory 0.