So when I am trying to calibrate the motors, I am getting 0 for everything:
Calibrate MPU? (Y/n)
0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15,
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
I've noticed that the servos do not move at all. I am using the nono tech 2.0 2000mAh 20c High discharge turnigy li-po battery 7.4V receiver pack
Have you uploaded the WriteInstinct.ino and run it for at least once?
Hi, I buy news batteries, and when I type "c", only c0 move, the others don't.
If I try to calibrate anyway and if i type "ksit" (I don't screw the servos because i don't want break them) :
I don't understand the problem.. :/
@Lyse d'Ortoli In your video it's obvious that the instincts are not written into the memory. After you enter 'Y', it should ask you whether to "Update Instincts? (Y/n)". In your case, it was skipped and jumped directly to MPU calibration. If you roll up the printed lines, you will probably see "Won't overwrite Instincts on external I2C EEPROM!"
Check the blue circled option. It should be set to "no line ending".
@Rongzhong Li Youhou !! \o/ Thank you ! it's ok now !!
Hi, I have the same problem (only the servo 0 moves).. while the brown wire are closer to the board, SW2 is at "At" and SW3 is connecting between BATT and V_S.. I have no idea how to solve the problem..
The calibration value should be 0s if it's your first time for calibration. So the message is ok. You need to plug the servos in the right direction and power on the batteries. Also make sure that the switch SW2 is at "Ar" and SW3 is connecting between BATT and V_S.
for me the issue was that I turned around wiring. If you have board V 0_2 then brown wire needs to go closer to the board - when you observe the board from the side.