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Started by Smeagol, Saturday,November 17, 2012, 01:47:19
Quote from: neagron on Friday,January 11, 2013, 21:57:22 Well done Ian,it finally paid off after all the hard work,as they say onwords and upwards,good luck for your next flight,Marty. :scotland:
Quote from: Gaza07 on Friday,January 11, 2013, 23:35:40 Very pleased to see you have had it in the air it looked very stable to, and a nice pirouette to not sure about your throttle problem you really need a naza guy to help with that did you check your batter levels as they wont climb if the battery gets to low
Quote from: shaktar on Saturday,January 12, 2013, 00:25:00 Realy goodGlad your finnaly up in the air I had this to with mine, i think its a thing it dose when the battery is low.When its low the led flashes red continually if i remember correctly. I turned it off in the software as I haven';t had the time to configure the two different battery safety levels, so on a nearly full charge it though it was low and would kick in the safety . I just use a little plug on one that beeps atm.
Quote from: Gaza07 on Saturday,January 12, 2013, 08:49:46 Well you do know you can never have to many Darrel
Quote from: Smeagol on Saturday,January 12, 2013, 00:04:56 The batt was at 3.78(avg), is that sufficiently low enough to stop it responding, just thinking, i';ll check the naza assist, it does give batt level warning, don';t know how it responds though.
Quote from: Balders on Saturday,January 12, 2013, 09:53:45 Best answer I can give is "probably"...the naza low battery stuff can be setup in such a way as to protect you from yourself, ie over-discharging packs. The power settings are tricky to get "real world" useable. Like others, I have actually disabled mine and rely instead on lipo alarms and the auto-timer on my tx. When I throttle up my count down starts automatically, so I always have an exact time in the air.I tried various low voltage first and second level protection settings, I did get somewhere but just around the time I moved from 3S to 4S so I had to start all over again anyway :)If the 3.78v reading was at rest, they were probably around 3.5v or less under load, so I';m not surprised the naza wouldn';t climb.
Quote from: DarrellW on Saturday,January 12, 2013, 07:56:20 Well done!!! Really glad to see you get it flying - I';ve been watching your build with a great deal of interest and counting my blessings for getting one ready set up off Peter King that said you';ve now got the experience of what makes them tick that I don';t have. Dreadimg the day if something goes awol with mine! Must have a go at building one myself now I';ve got one that works, oh two including my Hubsan!Here we go again.....do I detect a hangar expansion immenant??? ::) ::)
Quote from: Smeagol on Saturday,January 12, 2013, 22:42:53 good info benchmark, stil unsure if to enable monitoring or rely on the bleeper.I';m looking for a good collaboration to provide drawings/photos/templates, and in return to produce and machine CF
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