George Chatzisavvidis is very kind to share with us how he enabled OSD menu for the Fatshark Diversity module and goggles button support, by adding a minimOSD.
I am just trying to install the AcroWhoop FC on the Eachine E010 micro quad, so I can bind the Taranis directly with this quad and fly in full Acro mode.
Some modern LiPo chargers are able to charge multiple battery packs at once. However they require large power supply to meet the current demand. Dedicated PSU’s are costly, so in this post we will show you how to make a cheap DIY PC/server PSU for chargers and workbench.
In this post we are going to explore the possibility of binding the Eachine E010 to a proper radio transmitter for better stick control.
In this post I will share 3 modifications I have done on the Eachine E010, hoping to make it fly better. Not all of them worked though but it was nice to try different ideas :)
Whoopee is a “Tiny Whoop” like, 3D printed micro quad frame. It’s designed to fit 8.5mm motors and many Cleanflight-compatible FC. Whoopee’s 3D printing files are free to download, you can also purchase it from us.
Some good news for those who are looking for a cheap micro brushed FC, and only want to run Frsky TX. I managed to connect a PPM receiver to the Micro Scisky board (aka Quanum Pico).
Tiny Whoop became very popular in recent months, so we jumped onto the hype train, and looked into how to build a Tiny Whoop Inductrix micro quad :)
Konrad shares his experience on how to save space in a mini quad tight build by lowering the FC/PDB stack as much as possible.
Ben Joslin shared his project with us, where he turned his powerful computer/server PSU into a LiPo chargers power supply, which saved him a lot of money.
If you use Telemetry and voltage warning on your Taranis TX, you might notice the frequent false alarms due to voltage fluctuation, i.e. sudden drop in voltage in punch outs. In this tutorial we will show you how to set up Logical switches to make a more reliable voltage alarm.