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Started by davethepitch, Sunday,June 30, 2013, 16:49:24
Quote from: davethepitch on Sunday,June 30, 2013, 16:49:24 1) Have i got the Naza facing the correct way on the quad.
Quote from: davethepitch on Sunday,June 30, 2013, 16:49:24 2) Will having the positive wires on the ESC';s affect the Naza like it does on some Flight control boards.
Quote from: davethepitch on Sunday,June 30, 2013, 16:49:24 3) Also i am not sure which way the ESC connectors fit into the Naza does the signal wire go near the top or the bottom of the unit (i think by reading the manual the signal wire goes near to the bottom of the unit)
Quote from: davethepitch on Sunday,June 30, 2013, 16:49:24 4) I am not sure which way the RX connectors fit into the Naza and does the signal wire go near the top or the bottom of the unit.
Quote from: davethepitch on Sunday,June 30, 2013, 19:29:19 Hello dp106I have found a video where the person fitting the ESC';s stated that unless you are using DJI Opto ESC';s then the signal wires are ok but if the ESC';s you are using have a bec then you will need to remove the red wires from your ESC';s which i had done as you already told me to so i guess the red wire may upset the Naza flight control unit. Also i had labelled up my motors incorrectly as i had front left as M1 front right as M2 rear right as M3 and rear left as M4.I have now corrected them and they are now front right M1 front left M2 rear left as M3 and rear right as M4.Looking at your picture i see you have exactly the same Turnigy RX that i have and it is difficult to tell which way the connectors are fitted so i wonder if you could tell me if the ESC signal wires are near the top or bottom of the Naza unit and are the signal wires going to the RX near the top or bottom on the Naza unit.Thanks Dave
Quote from: SimonS on Sunday,June 30, 2013, 23:42:38 Not that the Naza in your first picture is not mounted square to the frame. I would suggest that you reposition it for best results.
Quote from: DarrellW on Monday,July 01, 2013, 17:31:38 Your video is private, no one can look at it!
Quote from: davethepitch on Monday,July 01, 2013, 18:04:29 I don';t understand why as i have set it as public. Dave
Quote from: davethepitch on Monday,July 01, 2013, 18:31:15 Hello DarrellWOther than sticking the main Naza unit facing square on to the front of the quad i do not know where to go or what to do from here. Dave
Quote from: KK1W on Monday,July 01, 2013, 20:38:07 The constant flashing yellow is an indication your tx/Rx aren';t talking. Like Chris said have you hooked up the Naza assistant and checked the R/C setup. You should see the indicators move when you move the sticks on the transmitter.
Quote from: ChrisH on Monday,July 01, 2013, 20:25:51 Dave, Can you see the display moving when you move the Tx controls when looking at the Assistant tab "Basic" and "RC" the arrows should move when the Tx sticks move? If so, you are connected OK!If the Assistant blue light flashes and the Naza LED is solid green you are OK!
Quote from: ChrisH on Monday,July 01, 2013, 20:29:14 BTW, looks like DJI have updated the Quick Start Guide to 3.10 but don';t know what';s changed yet! It';s the most useful reference to errors etc., on the Naza.
Quote from: davethepitch on Monday,July 01, 2013, 20:48:10 I have my TX set to PPM and i have rebound my RX but i am getting no movement from the sticks and i still have the RX-ERR and i have checked the RX connections.Dave
Quote from: rsmith21 on Monday,July 01, 2013, 21:40:22 Did you click the WRITE button after selecting the PPM mode to tell the MC what to look for.
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