Sunday, April 14, 2013

Open Source Stabilization Software for OrangeRX RX3S

Another interesting Open Source project, this one for the RX3S OrangeRX 3-Axis Flight Stabilizer. JohnRB summarizes the improvements:

  • Optimized interrupt handlers to minimize servo jitter.
  • The Aux input is no longer just on/off. It controls the gain for the stabilization correction from 0% (full off) to 100% (full on) and anything in between.
  • The reverse switches are no longer needed to reverse the correction. Thus they are available for other functions.
  • The gain controls function differently. The 12 o'clock position is 0 gain, counter clockwise from 12 o'clock adds correction in one direction, clockwise from 12 o'clock adds correction in the opposite direction. Thus no longer a need for reverse switches.
  • Adds Attitude Hold to allow the current attitude to be maintained.

This might be a useful starting point for someone who needs a prepackaged Arduino-based unit with 3 gyros as well.

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