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Jun 09, 2012, 07:35 PM
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Originally Posted by blade strike
Just so everyone is clear you will not trigger a pre set fail-safe on a 6200 rx.

You need a ar7000 or higher rx to trigger fail-safe with spektrum. Then you also have to bind twice. One to standard bind and then next bind with be with the TX in the config that will trigger the naza or wkm to trigger their Failsafe.

So for an example I use throttle hold to trigger failsafe on the wkm/naza. So I would power on rx with bind plug. Once power light is blinking pull bind plug. Now I power on my TX with throttle hold ON and bind button pressed. Recycle power and now test your failsafe via software.
Perhaps im doing it wrong ,but my Spektrum DX7/s doesnt seem to like it when any of the switches/sticks are in off/low position.. i cant seem to get it to bind in any other position than that.
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Jun 09, 2012, 07:59 PM
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Read up on smart fail safe v. Preset fail safe.
Jun 09, 2012, 08:26 PM
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Jun 09, 2012, 08:35 PM
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What props are you using?
Graupner Elektro Prop - 10x5

Did balance but these are good straight out of the box.
Jun 09, 2012, 08:42 PM
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Perhaps im doing it wrong ,but my Spektrum DX7/s doesnt seem to like it when any of the switches/sticks are in off/low position.. i cant seem to get it to bind in any other position than that.
Power the rx with bind plug and once powered, pull plug. Now bind the rx with the tx in fail safe.


Also your ar7000 should read batt / data if not you need it updated.
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Jun 09, 2012, 08:47 PM
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just received my GPS today and have a question regarding mounting the unit. There seems to be 2 contradicting orientation axis in the v2.0 manual. There's a green/red arrows where X is positive to the left. And the black text showing X is positive as it points to the right. I'm not sure if mounting the GPS towards the tail is Pos X or Neg X.

Same goes for the Z axis. When the GPS is above the copter, would that be Pos Z or Neg Z?

THoughts?
Jun 09, 2012, 08:56 PM
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Originally Posted by m_beeson
I'm pretty sure that it is just dead space inbetween the endpoints of the switch.

since you are using a 3position switch now,
instead of a two position switch,
there are two dead spots instead of 1.


So, they should be the same,
in that "a failsafe position is a failsafe position".
If they had different functionalities, then they should be labeled as such.

-Mike
I think they may be different Failsafe's according to the manual. I think One puts it into GPS Attitude Mode Failsafe and the other one puts it in just Attitude Mode Failsafe. My GPS won't get here until Tuesday or Wednesday due to a delay in Customs so I haven't been able to test it yet. Just my thought and I could be wrong.

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Jun 09, 2012, 08:56 PM
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Originally Posted by noffler
just received my GPS today and have a question regarding mounting the unit. There seems to be 2 contradicting orientation axis in the v2.0 manual. There's a green/red arrows where X is positive to the left. And the black text showing X is positive as it points to the right. I'm not sure if mounting the GPS towards the tail is Pos X or Neg X.

Same goes for the Z axis. When the GPS is above the copter, would that be Pos Z or Neg Z?

THoughts?
In the diagram, the green line indicates a negative value, the red line indicates positive value. So, GPS behind the Naza is negative X (green), in front is positive X (red). GPS to the right of the Naza is positive Y (red), GPS to the left of the Naza is negative Y (green). And for Z, GPS above Naza is negative (green), below is positive (red).

The sign of the Z-value is counter-intuitive to me, but that's what it says...
Jun 09, 2012, 08:57 PM
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ok i know its new but has anyone got the new dji naza gps unit? if so whats it come with? does it have a mast included? and do you have to swap out your older/ non gps controller? what are the colored buttons on the addictiverc.com web site? are they markers? or gps stickers? or what? also hows the programming? i had a hard time with just getting it set up but now i love it flys great i really want the rth feature as my eyes are getting old with me
Jun 09, 2012, 09:00 PM
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ok i know its new but has anyone got the new dji naza gps unit? if so whats it come with? does it have a mast included? and do you have to swap out your older/ non gps controller? what are the colored buttons on the addictiverc.com web site? are they markers? or gps stickers? or what? also hows the programming? i had a hard time with just getting it set up but now i love it flys great i really want the rth feature as my eyes are getting old with me
Mast is included (see earlier post w/ pic). GPS plugs right into the existing Naza, and you click a few buttons to upgrade your firmware to support it.

It will require very little additional programming. I'd read the manual ahead of time and get an idea of what to expect, but it's rather straightforward and shouldn't take you long to setup.
Jun 09, 2012, 09:31 PM
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Graupner Elektro Prop - 10x5

Did balance but these are good straight out of the box.
Yeah I can tell they sound really smooth.
Jun 09, 2012, 10:28 PM
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This thing rocks!! I am so happy with my purchase!! I am glad I spend the money on the whole thing, is amazing how it works, special when all I knows was a kk board, lol
Jun 10, 2012, 12:28 PM
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Compass Calibration - New set up


I've installed and field tested the GPS on the HT FPV however dont seem to be able to get the NAZA into compass calibration mode.

The instructions say to move the control mode switch quickly 6 - 10 times and the led should turn solid yellow...I've tried several different reboots but don't seem to be able to get it started.

Anybody else having troubles or have successful experience?

Andrew
Jun 10, 2012, 01:13 PM
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Originally Posted by Puget Sound Flyer
I've installed and field tested the GPS on the HT FPV however dont seem to be able to get the NAZA into compass calibration mode.

The instructions say to move the control mode switch quickly 6 - 10 times and the led should turn solid yellow...I've tried several different reboots but don't seem to be able to get it started.

Anybody else having troubles or have successful experience?

Andrew
Try going back and forth 12 times- I have always had to do it more on my WKM's.

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Jun 10, 2012, 01:34 PM
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Fail Safe (confusion) Continued!


Received my GPS over the weekend and am setting it up on my Hex. I use a Futaba 7C. On the previous thread, there was discussion regarding using Fysky reciever for fail safe since the 7C isn't capable of full fail safe program. I have a fysky 6 channel and a corona 7 channel receiver hanging around. If I configure (one of) these to work in (transmitter bi-pass?) fail safe, will that do the trick?

Anyone actually test this "theory" out yet?


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