|Jun 21, 2012, 12:31 PM|
Joined Aug 2011
Help With Turnigy Setting for Dji Naza GPS
some please help me with the setting for my turnigy 9x original firmware for Dji Naza GPS....???
( with pic or vid please )
including 3 position switch and failsafe setting ( with switch or turn off the transmitter )
|Jul 18, 2012, 04:15 AM|
Joined Sep 2011
|Jul 27, 2012, 03:09 AM|
Turnigy 9X setup for WKM or NAZA GPS at your own risk!
This setup will put NAV modes (GPS-ATTI-MAN) on 3 position switch and RTH on GEAR switch.
dnrate and uprate may vary from radio to radio but you can change them while conected to assitant software and see the changes to fine adjusts. Make sure you put the arrow exactly in the middle of active area of each nav mode when it turn blue because some Turnigy 9X sometimes can have small channel oscilations and nav modes on assitant software have a very narrow active band.
Here it goes:
Go to AUX CH activate Ch5 for GEAR
At progr. mix:
GPS will be on 3pos switch upper position, middle for ATTI and lower for MAN.
At the time I didn't make a setup for IOC modes, so no IOC with this setup.
If you decide to try this setting and get a perfect RTH when using the gear switch, please let me know.
Testing RTH on WKM with this settings I had a fly away worth U$3000 of multirotor/camera/FPV gear. DJI and their puppets never asked to see my setup but they quickly blamed me and my Turnigy 9X for the flyaway (desperate attempt to avoid sales impact ?). Even I ended up believing it was me or my radio fault for a few weeks, but they never answered any of my technical question to help me understand what went wrong with my settings or radio, that had been working flawlessly for almost 2 years in other RC models. Then, 2 months later the South Hemisphere WKM GPS problem surfaced on RCGROUPS. But DJI still insisted I didn't know how to setup my radio disregarding that Brazil is actually at the South Hemisphere and there were several reported cases of RTH problems with DJI products here, including other flyaways even with Futaba and other big brand radios here.
I can not no guarantee 100% the RTH will work as I didn't have the chance to test them again after that, but I'm 99% sure settings are correct and flyaway was only due to WKM GPSv1 SH bug.
During normal flight I never had any problems, except on forced RTH, that also happened when low voltage RTH kicked in, once more pointing to GPS problems.
Make sure you fine adjust mixing values per your radio (if necessary) and test all settings and switches with DJI assitant software before flying.
And remember that if you are using the original Turnigy 9X receiver (9X8CV2) it doesn't have fail safe to start a RTH procedure in case you losse radio range, you will only have forced RTH on gear switch while in radio range. For radio range loss RTH you will need FR-SKY module and receiver.
|Nov 11, 2012, 02:35 PM|
I turned to google translate do not know English.
9CH Turnigy 9x 3-position control switch setting, and the Naza + GPS
The first time I changed the pot, three-position switch. but over time researching investigating the Controller Firmware update, Pot - switch replacement, three-position switch on the remote control Channel Mixing without GPS, Atti, manual modes, I found the assignment and share.
Naza + GPS Control modes (Manual Mode, Mode and GPS Atti Mode.) Kumandamızın use 3-position switch.
Turnigy 9x 3-position switch that controls directly or assigned to a channel.
The physical cable connections:
CH1 -> A
CH2 -> E
CH3 -> T
CH4 -> R
CH6 -> U
CH7 -> X1
CH8 -> X2
After making the cable connections going to the system settings kumandamızın
SEAT MODE: up to you
MOD NAME: up to you
SEAT TYPE: Heli - HELİ1
STICK SET: MODE 2
After setting the FUNC SETTING dokunmuyoruz others write only to set them up.
REVERSE: THR and PIT REV, Others NOR
The most important point
PIT / CV, three-position switch settings, ie, GPS, A, M settings are doing here.
PIT / CV: Three key N in the normal position when the GPS
We took a triple in normal position switch 1
Triple switch 2 in position MANUAL normal
As upfront (by the Naza suspends assistant, you will fine-tune their own.)
CH5 HOV PIT
CH7 PIT TRIM
CH8 HOV THRO
|Jan 09, 2013, 03:53 PM|
Joined Mar 2012
Dear Velociraptor73, I came accross this great post and advice you gave... "And remember that if you are using the original Turnigy 9X receiver (9X8CV2) it doesn't have fail safe to start a RTH procedure in case you losse radio range, you will only have forced RTH on gear switch while in radio range. For radio range loss RTH you will need FR-SKY module and receiver"
I have DJI f450 with Turnigy 9x with ER9X and have a 3 switch with Manual, Atti & GPS which works great I also have a failsafe for RTH which works... however I am frightened about loosing range and would like to try and make the quad RTH upon loss of signal how do I do this?
|Jan 19, 2013, 12:21 PM|
United Arab Emirates, Dubai
Joined Aug 2012
Or you have the stock 9x receiver with the TX switch set to RTH? Failsafe (at least RTH on radio signal loss) won't work with it.
To make sure what happens, just turn everything on while connected to NAZA assistant and then turn off the transmitter. If the mode in the assistant jumps to failsafe - it works and will work when you loose the signal.
I'm using FRSKY TX/RX combo with telemetry and checked failsafe/rth in on the ground and in flight. Works great - definitely worth the extra $.
|Apr 13, 2013, 01:04 AM|
I'm wondering what is the purpose of the "FailSafe" option in the stock Turnigy 9x firmware if it doesn't work on loss of signal? I have a new 9x with the latest firmware. Was this something that was added or does FailSafe mean something else?
It allows you to set values for any of the channels in failsafe mode. Following the instructions above, I set failsafe for flaps to 73%, same as having Gear in "on". Unfortunately turning off the tx didn't activate it, unless there is something else I need to do.
I have FrSky for another quad and have ordered a second receiver but was still curious what the FailSafe was in the 9x menu.
|Apr 13, 2013, 02:39 AM|
Joined Mar 2012
Gspence... It's not the radio that works the loss of signal return to home procedure that is left to the reciever....you can get your transmitter to do everything you need but make sure you invest in a reciever which is able to offer a bind to known settings. Then in software set to GPS, throttle at 48%, and failsafe switch on then remind reciever with those last settings.. You will need to read manual for your reciever to do this. I upgraded from your setup to aurora 9 and optima 9 receiver to have the peice of mind of the loss of signal capability.. Good luck and most of fall come back safely.
|Oct 01, 2014, 08:52 AM|
Joined Jul 2014
im aware this thread is old, but i wanted to post this just incase someone else is wondering about this stuff.
No, you dont need to get a Frsky for signal loss failsafe on the Naza.
This little gadget works if you have a Turnigy 9X
And its way cheaper then having to buy a new Tx/Rx
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