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08-11-2020 01:11 PM  39 days ago
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heligek

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brain 2 mini for kraken
hallo like to have advice for brain2 mini for use in a kraken , i see some horrible stories of inflight stopping units , with results in crash .
is this solved already by MSH?
gr Rinie van baardwijk
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08-11-2020 02:29 PM  39 days ago
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Sorry to hear that.

Well, those gadget usually are updated via software.
If you have this gadget and it is working OK, don't mess with it trying to do things you don't need.

BTW, I don't like this kind of gadgets.

No way to mess my PC with my helis.

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08-11-2020 03:00 PM  39 days ago
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I understand , but all fbl units have to be programmed by pc , also the brain2
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08-11-2020 11:32 PM  38 days ago
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Well... In that case, You need to look for the last software version according to your FBL controller. Update the firmware if it is necessary.

Put your Brain 2 up to date.

Check if your FBL controller version firmware can manage your Kraken.

.. And that is it.

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08-13-2020 12:49 PM  37 days ago
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heligek i see some horrible stories of inflight stopping units , with results in crash .
is this solved already by MSH?
When I read messages like these (fortunately rare), I am always stunned.

It seems that some users believe that only and exclusively the flight control units can have problems and be the cause of any kind of problem.

It seems that users themselves believe that:

- the servos, servo horns and uniballs,
- the batteries,
- the connectors and their soldering,
- ESCs,
- the engines,
- the BECs,
- the receivers,
- the transmitters,
- the various mechanical parts of the models,

can never have any kind of problem, can never break down and are indestructible.
Perhaps for the same reason the same users never do the checks and maintenance and consequently start the problems for which they then blame the innocent flight control units.

Moreover, it seems that no one reflects on the fact that when a control unit is the most used and widespread on the market, as demonstrated several times by numerous surveys, the number of users who make requests and ask for explanations to solve their problems is certainly greater than other control units used by very few users and for which they ask for explanations and help in very few. If 5 different users write about their serious problems, nobody thinks that those 5 users can be only zero one per thousand of all users of that product, so it can't obviously be a widespread and common problem of the flight control unit but of their specific model and setup.

Perhaps it also depends on the fact that there are very few users who, after having been addressed to possible causes and solutions, when they have solved their problems, write explaining and confirming what their problem was due to, how they solved it and add in the thread titles they opened "SOLVED" (maybe they are ashamed and "disappear".

Then there is the fact that in 99% of the cases who connects to a forum and takes part of his time to write, does so to solve a problem. Are very rare cases in which a user instead of going to fly and have fun, connects to a forum to praise a particular product.
In the forums you read more than anything else questions, requests for clarification and requests for solutions to problems. This is true for everything, even in forums not dedicated to RC models.

Not to mention a purely commercial and economic issue for which retailers who do not sell a product will almost always say that the products they sell are certainly better and with fewer problems than those they do not have and therefore can not sell.

Then there is the question of personal pride for which several users will say that the control unit of their choice, paid and used is certainly better than all the others (and especially this is valid for sponsored pilots). Even when they have never tried other products.

Finally, I conclude by saying that fewer and fewer pilot today are able to perform the autorotations. So when a Fail Safe radio happens, even if the model is still perfectly controllable because the fail safe only takes power away from the engine (for safety reasons), these pilots don't know how to land in autorotation saving the model but let it drop like a stone.
The same happens when the ESC goes into protection and shuts down due to overtemperature, overcurrent or undervoltage or when the motor shorts out or a motor cable is disconnected, etc. etc.
Many people do not use hot glue to block the connectors that are pulled out due to vibrations.
Many do not protect the cables from the edges of the carbon frames, which then short-circuit.
Etc, etc. etc.

Bye
https://www.msh-electronics.com
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08-13-2020 03:33 PM  37 days ago
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Very good explanation!

More than 90% of crashes in RC helicopters are due to human factor.

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08-13-2020 04:42 PM  37 days ago
heligek

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Wow what a story after my question !! I know how to autorotate, glue my connections,Help other heli pilots to fly etc . Don’t want to crash due a fbl
Controller with a know problem , beastx was always my favourite , now ordered a brain2 with rescue , I have trust in msh , but a 2500 euro heli needs to be safe , Just like all the others .
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08-13-2020 08:00 PM  36 days ago
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heligek Don’t want to crash due a fbl
Controller with a know problem.
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Remember... More than 90% of this crash reports were human failures...

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