NAZA GPS ***Owners Thread*** FIRST PAGE LINKS UPDATED 8-13-12
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Oct 10, 2012
, 03:37 PM
T J Gilbert
T J Gilbert
DJI and Empire Support
United States, MS, Ridgeland
Joined Feb 2009
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I just tried flying it and it had wild fluctuations in altitude in both GPS and Attitude mode. Like it would take off strongly on its own. Then it would descent rapidly and I would have to floor it to prevent it from slamming into the ground. Is my Basic Altitude gain too high? It's at 145%. It didn't do this before the calibration but I also increased the gains too.
You can't undo the calibration, but you can set the gains back where they were.
See what you get.
The calibration should not have affected altitude control.
Make sure the Naza FC is mounted securely. Also, where is it mounted?
I know you are stock DJI because you told us that in an earlier post.
What are all your gains? Basic and Attitude
The behavior you are describing is what you get when you are overweight. Or something is confusing the barometric (altitude) sensor on the FC.
Are you carrying any cargo? Camera, FPV gear, etc.
Some pics of your rig/setup would also help...
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