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Quad Calibrate Esc's With Sbus On Pixhawk

Discussion in 'Multi-Rotor' started by ABriscoe, May 1, 2018.

  1. ABriscoe

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    This worked for me by the following steps:

    1- Turning on you transmitter, throttle up to max

    2-Plugging in your battery (the board then understand you're in programming ESC mode)

    3-Wait until the Pixhawk fully loads

    4- Push safety switch for 5 seconds, you should hear the Pixhawk send the signal to the ESC’s

    5-Wait a couple of seconds for the two beeps sounds emitted by the ESCs to then drop the throttle down

    6-Wait for a confirmation beep the low throttle position was recorded (and then unplug the battery).done.


    Pixhawk doesn't arm the ESCs until you push the safety switch.
     


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