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Ppm not working in cleanflight

Discussion in 'Drone Electronics' started by moraitis_george, Jul 13, 2017.

  1. moraitis_george

    moraitis_george New Member

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    Posted by moraitis_george, Jul 13, 2017 #1
    Hey all,

    I am building my very first drone and the first difficulties have started.
    I have made the following wiring from spracingf3 to D4R-2 but I cannot make the channels move into cleanflight. My TX is Turnigy 9XR pro
    I haven't set anything yet in cleanflight , except setting ppm mode.
    The strange thing is that in cleanflight I can see the bars of channels centered in 1500 but all move +-1 digit continuously even if I don't move any stick on my TX.
    Do you have any suggestions, because this thing will drive me crazy?[​IMG]

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  2. DroneTalk

    DroneTalk R/C Expert Staff Member

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    Posted by DroneTalk, Jul 13, 2017 #2
    What does the TX monitor show for those channels are the moving properly?
     
  3. moraitis_george

    moraitis_george New Member

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    Posted by moraitis_george, Jul 14, 2017 #3
    The sticks travelling in the TX screen is visible correctly, if this is what you mean.

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  4. moraitis_george

    moraitis_george New Member

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    Posted by moraitis_george, Jul 14, 2017 #4
    The solution was so simple. A stupid mistake.
    I didn't assign on mix of TX what each channel should do (elevator, throttle etc). There have been almost a year since my last interaction with TX and yesterday as I was checking my old setups for swashplate helis, I remembered. Did it and everything works perfectly.
    Problem solved. Thanks for your advices.

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