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Old Jan 08, 2013, 07:20 PM
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Originally Posted by jetstuff View Post
Adding coloured LED strips (say red port/ green starbord) to the arms will still only help orientation when the copter is fairly close, even the bright LED's are soon lost from sight. I find the best solution is to have a couple of high power LED white 'headlights' (the type on heatsinks) run from a current limited source ideally. These can be seen from a very long distance when the craft is rotated, to determine the front (or back if desired).

Best way is to use, and get used to using the Course Lock and Home Lock Naza functions.

http://www.maplin.co.uk/1w-high-powe...ith-pcb-511367
Mine are on my gear channel so that I can turn them on and off.

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