It’s a bit of an adventure being silverware going, but it’s definitely worth it.
I like this video by @luis09d : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z0MwnHNu-6U
Personally I didn’t have to do half this stuff to get it to work, Keil just downloaded the libraries and stuff automatically for me if I remember correctly so don’t be put off by that part.
*edit: and on the zer0 you don’t have to do the level 0 part because it’s already unlocked. But you should download ST link utility for the drivers.
- The newest version of keil, the connect/disconnect procedure with stlink utility is no longer necessary for future updating after the first flash is complete.
- Pids for whoops are now universal for 6 or 7mm.
Next week I hope I can make an updated video
I don’t think that’s necessary. I meant the add device thing, I never had to do that in Keil so not sure what that is about. Also I never had the connect/disconnect issue either. I think the video is great and when people ask how to flash I often link them to your video! It’s not too long and to the point, and also goes over the important code settings. Great job bro
The add device thing was only the first time, and then it does not ask for it, at least that was the first time with a new keil installation.
Perfect bro thanks
I am reading and preparing to change PIDS on alienwhoop zero FC. AFter I get KEIL and solder appropriate connections for ST LINK, where can I find a list or file of NotFastEnuf’s PIDS for the 8mm BOSS frames for this flight controller? @NotFastEnuf @luis09d
Under Pid.c !
Also, ignore the notes on changing filters and try the default alienwhoop filters first. Those notes are old, I need to update them.
Btw default alienwhoop filter work well on 7mm too . (716)
Is there anyway to turn off the motor idle when armed?
I turned it off by changing IDLE_THR from 0.05f (5%) to 0.00f (0% like this ) in config.h at around line 80
#define ARMING CHAN_5
#define IDLE_UP CHAN_5
#define IDLE_THR 0.00f // I reset idle throttle to zero
//#define IDLE_THR 0.05f //This designates an idle throttle of 5%
Thanks guys! I assume there is no pre-set stick gesture to do this? didn’t find anything in the Zero manual for this.
I do not know for a fact as I haven’t used gestures at all, but I would very confidently say no
Thanks! looks like I will have to get an STLINK tool to change the idle up.