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    Pixhack arrived today. I didn't see any mentions about vibration dampening board that game along. Do anyone use it? It fits nicely inside regular disco thou. Feels little too sloppy to use it with fc. Or do I hard mount it like naza?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mr.12am View Post
    hi guys im new member in this forum also new for build a quadcopter,
    i already buy pixhack with frame s500 and my esc is xrotor 20a.
    my question is, should i buy t motor mt2216 900 kv or 800 kv?
    i have gimbal feiyu mini 3d carrying gopro hero4 and 3s lipo battery and all my quad weight is 1,5 kg.
    please help this newbie.
    I have the pixhack with tbs 900v2 and the mini gimbal like you. Click image for larger version. 

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    Quote Originally Posted by nightram View Post
    I have the pixhack with tbs 900v2 and the mini gimbal like you. Click image for larger version. 

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    how about your weight and that propeller from tbs?
    you have perfect frame, damn i want it

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    Quote Originally Posted by mr.12am View Post
    how about your weight and that propeller from tbs?
    you have perfect frame, damn i want it
    No significant difference. Yeah that's the new tbs props.

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    Has anybody seen the really really small pixhawk compatible boards.

    I don't mean to hijack this Pixhack thread, I know it's a really good board with some good innovation, but I thought it was worth mentioning a few other alternatives that may fit the Disco-Pro a little better.

    auav-x2
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    It has all the same features as a regular pixhawk, just smaller (Same size as a tic-tac box). It's manufactured by a german company, with a shop in the US.
    It's a bit pricey, but worth the cost IMO. PixMini is basically the same as the AUAV-X2, but the chinese version, not much cheaper though. (I think)

    or this one:
    px4-pixhawk-lite
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    It is missing some features such as the can bus, and a port for the buzzer, but you can add this board to give that functionality.
    The first version was a bit wrong, but the current version seems to work great. Seems like a great cheap alternative.

    Or this one
    MicroPix
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    The specs list all the pixhawk features, but I have not heard of anybody using it at all, so can't say for sure. It is however very micro, but not cheap

    The above 3 controllers are the only real "micro" size boards that still retain the functionality required to operate the gimbal from the aux ports of the FC (That I know of).
    There are lots of other non generic mini boards out there such as the PixFalcon, PX4MiniAIO, and VR-uBrain, but as far as the specs say, none of them have the Aux ports for gimbal control.
    The PixHack and the DroPix are both full featured boards, but are still quite large when compared to the others.
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    And they all have no shielding or dampening. Making them unsuitable for me.

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    Are you able to use the double sided sticky dampening foam, like from 3DR?

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    Quote Originally Posted by geekness View Post
    Are you able to use the double sided sticky dampening foam, like from 3DR?
    I used 3m vhb

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    Quote Originally Posted by geekness View Post
    Are you able to use the double sided sticky dampening foam, like from 3DR?
    I used 3m vhb

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    hey guys, wanna ask something about pixhack.
    i already bought
    pixhack with cuav gps
    xrotor 20A hobbywing
    t motor 2216-800kv
    x9d plus x8r

    my question is,
    My esc beeping continously like B.....B.....B, so i try calibrated esc and when finish my motor is work like normal and can arm or disarm,
    but when i restart, my esc beeping like before and when i arm and just hold low thorttle, my motor like go powering up it self.
    so i ask my friend on another forum, he said i need ubec for solved that problem.
    then i plug my ubec from hobbywing 5v to pixhack in FS5 port but my esc still beeping and now my esc cant arm or calibration.
    i already ask anyone and search any thread in internet, but i not have answer to making this clear.
    please guys help this newbie

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