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Started by crash pilot, Wednesday,June 26, 2013, 14:18:20
Quote from: ChrisH on Wednesday,June 26, 2013, 16:32:51 Sorry to disappoint but the only RTH you';ll get is one you initiate yourself! The Naza warns of low voltage then just lands! No control either when stage two kicks in, just lands without input from you!Have to keep an eye on the LED!
Quote from: ChrisH on Wednesday,June 26, 2013, 15:19:18 Simon, I';m confused. I thought that the low voltage gave the same warning, red flashing LED, for stage 1 and 2, just the FC reaction is different? Just had a quick look at the 1.08 quick start guide for 3.12 and orange flashing seems to imply failsafe activated! When the second stage is activated you don';t have a choice, it lands!! Moral is probably if you see any LED flashing, land!
Quote from: Hands0n on Wednesday,June 26, 2013, 20:34:51 I';m presuming that by then there';s insufficient power to perform a full RTL (at least without falling out of the sky before it got back). The earlier advice to time the flight to 50% before making your way back is sound advice.
Quote from: Biffa on Wednesday,June 26, 2013, 21:32:16 ... lands rather than floats down like a stone
Quote from: Hands0n on Wednesday,June 26, 2013, 21:53:08 A thought does occur to me though - that being conflicts between the Naza (or any FC that does this) and the ESC that have low voltage cutoff (LVC) in that they power down the motors at a specific voltage. Instructions included with the ESC state LVC is 2.6/2.85/3.1 volts per cell (low, medium,high). So I guess one has to set the LVC to much less than the FC to give it a chance to do its thing. Otherwise the ESC is going to completely undermine the FC and the skyfall becomes inevitable.
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