Today I found out that I have to activate PPM signal on the Nazeboard to enable it (doh!)
If I want to change pinout I also have to activate SERVO-TILT
Configuring a Naze controller is done in GUI (or CLI) from the Google Chrome app called Baseflight
Depending on board you use an FTDI adaptor or it has a built in USB connector.
As my board is the smallest available I have to use a FTDI adapter – no big deal as I’m used to it from MultiWii.
Connect the board and move to CLI tab – at the bottom of the page is a textbox and you type:
then FEATURE SERVO_TILT
To make sure type SAVE
When you move to a different tab in GUI it automatically saves and resets so you now can test the PPM input from your receiver.
In my case I can now choose from 2 options. FR-Sky or 433mhz OPENLRSng
Fr-Sky has some issues when you use many channels so I might just stick with the 433mhz version for now…
All in all – now I have to desolder the MultiWii-board from the motor wires and GND’s
Left to find out and to configure is the Bluetooth connection…Ill use the module from my 450Quad (same I used for MultiWii as well)
feature ppm (by default this is off)
feature servo_tilt (this will set the pins such that S1 = M1, S2 = M2, S3 = M3, and S4 = M4).