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Testing my quad using VRBRAIN + LEA-6 GPS

After a long time with wind, rain and snow, the weather turned in my favor, so I was able to test my frame using my great VRBRAIN + LEA-6 GPS.

The quad feels very responsive and stable (using the latest firmware). Tested standard mode, simple mode, alt hold, loiter and auto land – all without any problems.

Did not have anyone to help me filming, so I have only filmed a short test of loiter

It’s me moving in the end of the film, not the copter.

Hope to get more days like this

Thank you  Roberto, Emilie  and the rest of the team 

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Comment by Roberto Navoni on May 9, 2013 at 3:13am

Great Job Oyvind your frame is beautifull  when you can try to check the vibration on acc_z so we can compare your result with the result of other configuration , could be very nice understand the result respect of standard apc and epp propeller.



Comment by Oyvind Amundsen on May 8, 2013 at 8:35pm

+ Using 16mm Carbone tubes and motor Mount/clamps from

In my NeXT frame I plan to try using TAROT parts to make it foldable + other motor Mounts that have rubber rings to reduce vibrations..

Comment by Oyvind Amundsen on May 8, 2013 at 8:31pm

Hi Emilie,

This is my test frame that I´m using when planning/designing a new FPV Quad.

My config:

VRBRAIN running code from master (downloaded 24.04)
Tuning - only normal calibration using MissionPlanner
ESC - 30 A hobbyking blueseries running SimonK firmware
Motors - iPower iBM 2217Q 880Kv
TX - Futaba T10 2.4Ghz FASST
RX - FrSky TFR-4 using PPM out
LiPo - 4000 mAh 3Cell
Prop - Turnigy 10x4 Wooden SlowFlyer
GPS - 3DR Ublox LEA-6


Comment by Rino Orlando on May 8, 2013 at 3:06pm

Emile ... do you have a file . PARAM for the VBrain to post here? I just want to look at it, I know your parameter could (or should) be different from mine but I want to see if there is something strange in my data.


PS. version

Comment by emile on May 8, 2013 at 1:04pm

Thank you for testing :)

It looks very stable. Could you post some details on  your configuration?

Also are you using the latest master? If yes I will upgrade this version as a stable release, because we also tested quite a lot and had no issues.



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