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How do you trim out the Naza M with GPS?

Started by mrplay, Saturday,March 09, 2013, 20:24:00

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Help required please.....

Is there a way of trimming the Naza M out?

Like a auto trim or a routine that need to be preformed?


Karl, how are you trimming the Naza? Are you using the assistant to adjust the gains or are you using the transmitter? If you are using the Assistant you need to click "write" located at the top of the window. If you are trimming with the transmitter then you need to "read" the settings after you trim in flight, then type them in the the gain tabs, after that press "write". You can then center what you are using in your transmitter to trim and go from there.
Hope this helps.



Cheers Rob....

I will look into it tomorrow, but I think it was nearly there today, maybe no need to trim it any more.

What do you think?


really the idea with naza is that no trim should be required.

The manual says ensure all sub trims and main trims are set to zero before powering up.

If you are talking about gains, that';s obviously a different subject.

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Yes I was asking about trims and I see your point with the naza

I have two set ups now, I was just seeing if there was a way of trimming it out better?

It is a 100% improvement on the Crius board I am trying to set up LOL

Thanks for your help