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DJI NAZA FAILSAFE noob

Started by Gav, Friday,September 28, 2012, 17:09:04

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Gav

woo hoo  got over the nerves to try out the RTH and Land


Gaza07


sausageroll

the ARTH on the naza is great, you got no worries at all. I use it quite a bit just for routine landings, i like watching it fly itself, i recon between my two, ive landed with RTH more times than manual landing.

Balders

mine lands itself smoother than I bloody fly...gah!
Growing old is mandatory...Growing up is optional

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BNUC-S qualified
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Longnail

First time on failsafe sure does take your pucker factor up,, :bravo:
Den

johnrs

nice video.

I have been out this morning and played with the trims a little and got it stable  ::) and then the battery died

Need to put my GPS on later.

Shopping list for next week is another battery or 2
New to Quads but loving it

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Balders

Batteries are so cheap these days, it makes sense to have a few. I think I have 8 x 2200mah's and a 3000 3S for when I want to stay up longer (ie filming something).
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usnooz

Christmas has come early. My GPS is here along with four 3000mah gens ace batteries. :now to get this thing fitted and setup

shyfx003

Santa need's to stop by my place..i got a list that i'm still waiting for!!!

Gav

lol I got a couple of 4000mAh NanoTechs on the slow boat heading my way.  Should stay aloft for some time with those suckers onboard. 

cheers all
Gav

usnooz

I'm now ready to try my return to home. Is there anyway of testing out this feature with the blades off or is it a case of get it in the air flick the switch and hope?  :wack0

sausageroll

You got nothing to worry about, just make sure you turn the thing on with it sitting on the ground in home position.

Fly it away and flick the switch and watch with horror.


Pete.

usnooz

Do i have to be in gps mode when i flick my switch to failsafe or can i been in alti or manual?

Gav

lol well apparently you can abort  or reset failsafe rth and regain control by switching off your rth activation switch and then toggling between alt and gps flight mode.  I've yet to try this.  Have you got a long piece of string ? :)

usnooz

Maybe hook up the fishing rod so i can reel it back in  :laugh:

Gav

thats not a bad idea but it would look a bit weird.  make sure to get someone to video it.

sausageroll

No offence intended, but personally, I think using a fishing rod to reel the quad back in is a stupid idea  :rofl:


Gaza07


usnooz

There was a slight floor in my plan....

I dont own a fishing rod  :rofl: