|Sep 26, 2013, 08:17 PM|
Naza motor cut-off question
Occasionally I'll take my hex up pretty high and want to bring it back down, If I bring my throttle down past a certain motor (using naza v2) will my motors completely turn off ? This hasn't happened, but obviously I never want it to happen...
I feel like I should know this, but I gotta ask. Thanks !
|Sep 27, 2013, 02:16 AM|
Joined Jul 2012
Yes it will. Most DJI units cut off at 10% throttle. Since there is also a built-in ascent and descent limit, there is no reason you could do a crash dive anyway, so it makes sense to descend at around 40-50% throttle
|Sep 27, 2013, 08:42 AM|
Depends which mode you are in; immediate or intelligent. From Page 10 of the manual:
Stop Motor: We provide two options to stop motors in the assistant software: Immediately and Intelligent.
(1) Immediately Mode: If you select this mode, in any control mode, once motors start and throttle stick is
over 10%, motors will not stop immediately only when throttle stick is back under 10% the motors will
stop. In this case, if you push the throttle stick over 10% within 5 seconds after motors stop, motors
will re-start, CSC is not needed. If you donít push throttle stick after motors start in three seconds,
motors will stop automatically.
(2) Intelligent Mode: By using this mode, different control mode has different way of stopping motors. In
Manual Mode, only executing CSC can stop motors. In ATTI. Mode or GPS ATTI. Mode, any one of
following four cases will stop motors:
a) You donít push throttle stick after motors start within three seconds;
b) Executing CSC;
c) Throttle stick under 10%, and after landing for more than 3 seconds.
d) If the angle of multi-rotor is over 70į, and throttle stick under 10%.
Notes of Intelligent Mode
(1) In ATTI. / GPS ATTI. Mode, it has landing judgment, which will stop motors.
(2) Start motors in ATTI. / GPS ATTI. Mode, you have to execute CSC and then push throttle stick
over 10% in 3 seconds, otherwise motors will stop after 3 seconds.
(3) During normal flight, only pull throttle stick under 10% will not stop motors in any control mode.
(4) For safety reason, when the slope angle of multi-rotor is over 70į during the flight in ATTI. /
GPS ATTI. Mode (may be caused by collision, motor and ESC error or propeller broken down),
and throttle stick is under 10%, motors will stop automatically.
Notes of Intelligent Mode & Immediately Mode
(1) If you choose the Immediately Mode, you should not pull throttle stick under 10% during flight,
because it will stop motors. If you do it accidentally, you should push the throttle stick over 10% in
5s to re-start motors.
(2) DO NOT execute the CSC during normal flight without any reason, or it will stop motors at once.
(1) If you choose the Intelligent mode, and the throttle stick is under 10%, this will trigger the landing
Procedure, in any control mode. In this judgment, pitch, roll and yaw controls are denied except
the throttle, but multi-rotor will still auto level.
(2) In any control mode, DO NOT pull throttle stick under 10% during normal flight without any
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