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Weird disarm flags #4848

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tangettyplayz141 opened this issue Jun 16, 2019 · 5 comments

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commented Jun 16, 2019

I know theres alot of fourms about people not being able to arm inav but I haven't seen any with similar disarm flags
I already did all of the normal checks to get it to arm everythings showing green so I type status in cli while the systems powered and I get the flag "0x140000" if I flip the arm switch and type the same thing I get "0x184000" then after I disarm I get "0x180000". I am new to inav so sorry if it's an obvious problem, currently inav is running on an old spracing f3 setup for a wing

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commented Jun 16, 2019

The wiki entry https://github.com/iNavFlight/inav/wiki/"Something"-is-disabled----Reasons may assist you in decoding the arming mask values.

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commented Jun 16, 2019

0x140000 = CLI + RX
0x184000 = CLI + THR + ARMSW
0x180000 = CLI + THR

Hope that helps you figure out that your throttle is not at zero (probably inverted).
Also, see https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fVJYodLimD8, especially starting at 3:35

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commented Jun 16, 2019

yea thanks but i already took a look at it and my codes dont match any of the ones listed

They do .... configuration and / or user errors:

0x140000 = 00100000 + 00040000 (CLI active, RX not detected)
0x180000 = 00100000 + 00080000 (CLI active, throttle not at minimum)
0x184000 = 00100000 + 00080000 + 00004000 (CLI active, throttle not at minimum, arm engaged)

You can discount the CLI flag (as you're in the CLI deliberately), you need to address the RX and throttle cases.

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commented Jun 16, 2019

ok thanks for replying so fast as i said im new to i nav so i had no idea that the one number corresponded to multiple flags. appreciate the help

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