Diatone DP-84DA Direct Drive Automatic Turntable
- Fully restored with all functions operational
- With New Audio Technica 3600L Cartridge
- Converted to 220 volts
- With 3-month MusicHaven warranty (Except on stylus)
She flies now.
Eachine minicube F3 saves the day again.
I’ve had a corner nano F4 and now a HAKRC F4 give me loaaads of issues.
You can switch the ESC board outta the minicube F3 to give you more amps too.
Just no camera or vtx now, so I’ll have to get creative I guess.
For now she flies though, and these plus configurations are so smooth.
So if you take a look closely at these pictures you will notice that I’ve built the frame back to front.
After noticing the novelty of this situation I re soldered the ESC’s and rotated it all 180 degrees. No problem.
Betaflight testing showed my HAKRC F4 was bricked unable to re flash FC to older/newer software.
Fortunately a boot button is located to the USB so using this I was able to re flash Betaflight.
The main reason for doing this is because the UART pre configured to serial RX was not recognising my receiver, and downgrading Betaflight software sometimes remedies this.
I tried all UART software options ( switching physical ports Incase the wiring diagram shows a reversed board configuration ) but still nothing.
The HAKRC F4 mini is advertised for IBUS, but it seems the ports are hardwired for SBUS/DSMX?
No pads to solder too so my only option was to switch out to a minicube F3.
Pretty annoyed with the flight controller.