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  1. Hello to everyone! We are Erle Robotics, a young startup that makes robotic brains and robots. Today we want to show you our most popular drone, the Erle-Copter! What is the Erle-Copter? A Linux-based smart drone with support for the Robot Operating System. Erle-Copter is a quadcopter for developers that uses the Erle-Brain 3 hardware autopilot and the APM flight stack. In a nutshell, it’s a Linux flying robot kit whose behavior can be extended in the same way you’ll code something in your Desktop Linux machine. It’s ideal for outdoor operations and it has been designed for an extended flight time (about 20 minutes) with a takeoff weight of up to 1 kilogram. Ready to fly! Modular Design Erle-Copter’s design makes it customizable to the point that you can include different modules such as antivibration system, cameras, gimbals, range finders, Electro Permanent Magnets, LIDARs and ALL YOU NEED. Create your own Linux flying device with Erle-Copter! It flyes, OK, and what else? And much more!! You can: 1. Make it follow you (feel like a leader!) 2. Control with your voice (who is the boss now?) 3. Return To Launch feature (return home little one!) 4. Attach a wide variety of sensors (check this examples!) 5. It flips! (Why not to have some fun?) 6. Plan some missions (even with your smartphone!) 7. Take pictures and videos in the waypoints or when you want! 8. And much more! The limit is your imagination! Or skill... ;-) Erle-Copter is offered at a 5% discount with the coupon code “promojun” at our storefront for a limited period! Hope you like it!
  2. Hello all,I've just finished my Quad F450 build and as I tried to power it on for the first time my ESC's keep beeping and the FCU doesn't power on. It this happening cause of a faulty/wrong connection I did or do I have an issue with something from my components? My build consists of :1. Frame F4502. Flight Controller Unit KK2.1.53. Motors x44. ESC's x45. UBEC6. Battery7. Tx/RxThanks in advance for any help and info you can provide.
  3. Hi, My name is Ranveer, Electronics tech and hobbyist and currently working in IT repairs. I am very happy to be here and look forward to have fun gaining help and eventually help where i can with my experience. Just got my first Quad; the MJX X101. If you guys have any info about this quad, i would like to hear from you and i will also share my experience with this drone. Thanks every one here and hope you have a great day. Ranveer.
  4. So after 3 months of 3D printing, parts gathering, and continued configuration, I think I am FINALLY just about done with my build. It's a Crossfire 2 from the Thingiverse web site. Here is the parts list: Parts list: Pixhawk flight controller FrSky X8R Lumenier 30A ESC with SimonK SunnySky V2216-12 KV800 II motors HQ 11x4.5 props (not mounted...) Turnigy 500Mwh 4S battery 3Dr GPS/Compass ImmersionRC 600mW video Tx 600tvl FPV camera FrSky FRVSS Battery sensor FrSky Variometer sensor Taranis X9D Plus radio controller with OpenTX At one point I did get it off the ground in my basement up about a foot, but fearing a horrific crash I quickly brought it back down. Some pics...