No throttle in fix-wing auto2 mode

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No throttle in fix-wing auto2 mode

Pascal Fust-2
Hi,

today I tested my fix-wing setup and found that each time I switched to auto2 mode, it cut immediately the throttle. After switching back to auto1 or manual mode the throttle returned to the corresponding (prior) value again. Any clues, where I should start the search for this behaviour? 
While going through the log files, I see that the PPRZ_MODE returned the following values: 2, 3, 3, 2, 0, 21. What do the different values for ap_gaz affect? What do the values (here 21) for mcu1_status indicate?

Suddenly I ended in PPRZ_MODE 3 (HOME?). I don't know, how I got there, but as a result, throttle was also cut when switching to auto1 mode. Any ideas how this could happen and if the resulting throttle cut is logic in a way?

Thanks for your support.

Pascal 


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Re: No throttle in fix-wing auto2 mode

Iman
Hi Pascal

I think you didn't "Launch" your aircraft!

If you have red color in background of your throttle indicator in GCS strip, click on launch and resurrect buttons.




On Fri, Jul 8, 2016 at 2:15 AM, Pascal Fust <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hi,

today I tested my fix-wing setup and found that each time I switched to auto2 mode, it cut immediately the throttle. After switching back to auto1 or manual mode the throttle returned to the corresponding (prior) value again. Any clues, where I should start the search for this behaviour? 
While going through the log files, I see that the PPRZ_MODE returned the following values: 2, 3, 3, 2, 0, 21. What do the different values for ap_gaz affect? What do the values (here 21) for mcu1_status indicate?

Suddenly I ended in PPRZ_MODE 3 (HOME?). I don't know, how I got there, but as a result, throttle was also cut when switching to auto1 mode. Any ideas how this could happen and if the resulting throttle cut is logic in a way?

Thanks for your support.

Pascal 


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Re: No throttle in fix-wing auto2 mode

Pascal Fust
Hi Iman,

thank you for your hint. Another test with the same setup after "launching" resulted in a running motor in auto2 mode. However, I am not sure if this has been the point during my last test, or rather that I put the plane on "standby", resulting in a sudden stop of the motor as well. 
Nevertheless, thanks for your support helping me to solve that issue!

Cheers, Pascal 

2016-07-08 15:49 GMT+02:00 Iman Shirdareh <[hidden email]>:
Hi Pascal

I think you didn't "Launch" your aircraft!

If you have red color in background of your throttle indicator in GCS strip, click on launch and resurrect buttons.




On Fri, Jul 8, 2016 at 2:15 AM, Pascal Fust <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hi,

today I tested my fix-wing setup and found that each time I switched to auto2 mode, it cut immediately the throttle. After switching back to auto1 or manual mode the throttle returned to the corresponding (prior) value again. Any clues, where I should start the search for this behaviour? 
While going through the log files, I see that the PPRZ_MODE returned the following values: 2, 3, 3, 2, 0, 21. What do the different values for ap_gaz affect? What do the values (here 21) for mcu1_status indicate?

Suddenly I ended in PPRZ_MODE 3 (HOME?). I don't know, how I got there, but as a result, throttle was also cut when switching to auto1 mode. Any ideas how this could happen and if the resulting throttle cut is logic in a way?

Thanks for your support.

Pascal 


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