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(Mission Planner)It will not become an armed


#1

I built it using “Building ArduPilot using Waf build system”.
I connected to missionplanner.

sudo ./ardupilot/build/navio2/bin/arducopter -A udp:192.168.2.108:14550
Raspberry Pi 3 Model B Rev 1.2. (intern: 2)
MS5611 found on bus 1 address 0x77
MPU: temp reset IMU[0] 5881 3632

I finished the calibration, but the LED of Navio 2 is blinking yellow and it can not be armed.
I do not know the cause, please help me.


(Tatiana Andreeva) #3

Hi @kassy3333,

Please describe your issue more precisely.
May I ask you to list all calibrations you’ve gone through? It’d be great if you’ll share the screenshots as well.


#4


#5

Is there anything else you need?

Even if these settings are made, it is “Double flashing yellow”.


(Marc Lebret) #6

Hello,

Radio calibration is not complete. You need to calibrate all channels (see msg on last screen copy).

Marc


#7


#8

Thank you.
Succeeded “armed”.

What does “no io thread heartbeat (fsync)” mean?


(Tatiana Andreeva) #9

Hi @kassy3333,

It means that recording to the log file hasn’t finished for a required time period.


#10

Thank you very much.
Are there any problems with this message?


#11

I fixed the throttle to 20% and rotated the motor like a picture of a quad rotor.
However, the throttle is not changed, but the output of the motor rises independently.

Flight mode is “Stabilize”.


#12


#13

I do not know the cause, please help me
.


(Tatiana Andreeva) #14

Hi @kassy3333,

Have you calibrated ESCs?
Please make sure you’ve disconnected props before calibration.

It’s more likely that log recording stops after this message.


#16

Yes.
All motors rotate at the same time.
However, even if the throttle is fixed at 20% and rotated, the output automatically increases.


(Tatiana Andreeva) #17

Hi @kassy3333,

Please make sure you’ve connected motors in proper order.

May I ask you to share a video of this behavior?


#19

The motor is connected properly.


#20

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#21

#22

Although it may be hard to understand, it is 76rps → 107rps.


(Tatiana Andreeva) #24

@kassy3333,

Thanks for the video!

Which ESCs do you use? Is it possible for you to test with other ESCs to understand if the issue remains?