Showing posts with label MultiCopters. Show all posts
Showing posts with label MultiCopters. Show all posts

01 December 2012

FPV success


Finally I finish the FPV setup on EZ Hawk. Also maiden the plane with the setup. Success!!!

FPV video

FPV Setup

FPV
Modified the G-OSD II to CL-OSD.

29 September 2012

FPV New cl-osd display layout

First, I'd like to give credit to cl-osd for this display creation. The new modified OSD layout shown below is based on my own preferences
This is NTSC, imperial units, voltage 1, 2, and google coordinates always on configuration. This is a HobbyKing G-OSD II. I am using 900MHZ 200mW Tx/Rx & 1/3-inch CCD Camera NTSC.

Here are the eep and hex files that I share with you, and this is the entire File.

CL-OSD



23 September 2012

DIY Home made FPV console setup - EZ Hawk Sky

Materials:
Here is the final look of the setup and video:

EZ Hawk FPV Setup


Steps:

1: Use Polystyrene Sheet or thin plastic plate and cut to fit the fuselage. This will be your FPV console base. Tape the Velcro on both sides. See pictures below.

03 September 2012

DIY Inverted Vee Antenna for FPV - 900MHz


This is my DIY inverted V antenna building experiences. Hope you find this useful. You may also find this from Aliexpress for a cheap price.

Here is the final product......

Inverted Vee Antenna
Inverted Vee Antenna

Materials needed----



  • 12 AWG solid wire. It can be purchased from any local hardware store. It is a solid electrical wire. I bought 5 feet of it and it cost me US$1.50
  • A few tie wraps as needed. See pictures below.

09 October 2011

01 October 2011

Building Tricopter with HobbyKing Quadcopter Board --- Installing AVR Programmer Driver


I am building a Tricopter and using HobbyKing Quadcopter Board by flashing the firmware with a Tricopter software.

This blog shows how to install Sparkfun Pocket AVR Programmer Driver for Window XP.





24 September 2011

Building Tricopter with HobbyKing Quadcopter Board --- Unbox Pocket AVR Programmer

I am building a Tricopter and using HobbyKing Quadcopter Board by flashing the firmware with a Tricopter software.

This blog shows the unboxing the Pocket AVR Programmer which was purchased from Sparkfun.com. The programmer came with a 10-pin to 6-pin connector cable which will be used for connecting the board to the programmer.