View Single Post
Old Jan 26, 2013, 02:44 PM
Bob valley is offline
Find More Posts by Bob valley
Registered User
Canada, ON, Brockville
Joined Sep 2004
700 Posts
Originally Posted by Fidelity101 View Post
I configured my DJI Naza to RETURN TO HOME and land when it enters FAILSAFE mode. I have an Aurora 9 and I'm using a 7 channel receiver. I configured a mix, so when i fly a 2 way switch, the NAZA goes from GPS mode to FAILSAFE mode. I went up about 10 feet and flipped the switch. The naza went up about 20 meters and slowly flew back to the house. When it reached the
home position over the take off point, it hovered for about 10 seconds and then SLOWLY started to land. When it finally landed, it came to within 10 feet of the take off point and started to hit the ground and take off, hit the ground and take off, etc, etc. It did this for about 5 cycles until I tried to go back into GPS mode by releasing the 2 position switch...but I was unable to regain control.

I waited until it smached the ground one more time and I grabbed the battery, forced it to stay down and unplugged the battery. While doing this, the motors were going crazy trying to take off again.

Does anyone know why it did this and what I can do to fixit?

Question 2:
In manual mode, the hexacopter hovers perfectly with zero vibration. In GPS mode, it seems to have a jitter and rocks back and forth a slight amount. Any idea what causes this?
You have to be in Attitude or Manual mode to disengage the RTL. It won't come out in GPS mode. Try lowering your Verical gainto stop it bouncing

That is the GPS trying to Keep the multirotor in position. Try lowering your Attitude gains a little

Bob valley is offline Find More Posts by Bob valley
Reply With Quote