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Sep 01, 2012, 04:48 AM
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OSD level indicator tilted randomly


Hi Guys, thought I would post this here as the multirotor forum is playing up. Ignore the title, somehow its grabbed an old question.

I have installed the new firmware but find the OSD doesnt switch on till after 1 minute if my Hexa is fired up from being off for a while. I can get the OSD to come on quickly if I first connect a battery, let it go through the sequence and then disconnect the battery. Then I can connect a battery and the OSD comes on at the end of the beginning sequence etc.
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Sep 05, 2012, 09:28 AM
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Originally Posted by Stacky
Hi Guys, thought I would post this here as the multirotor forum is playing up. Ignore the title, somehow its grabbed an old question.

I have installed the new firmware but find the OSD doesnt switch on till after 1 minute if my Hexa is fired up from being off for a while. I can get the OSD to come on quickly if I first connect a battery, let it go through the sequence and then disconnect the battery. Then I can connect a battery and the OSD comes on at the end of the beginning sequence etc.
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Sep 05, 2012, 11:15 AM
Pants first, then shoes
windfou, the HF team arent really on this forum very often. They have moved their support to the multirotor forums. I just posted it here because the multirotor forums were not working well one day. I will post again on the other forums soon.

A question I have, why do you need gps and how will you use it?
Sep 05, 2012, 12:23 PM
Al Ducharme
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Stacky.....I will check the OSD issue out later today. I hadn't noticed it before.

The OSD does always have a delay mainly because it waits for good sensor data for turning on. Not sure why it would come back up quickly after a disconnect.
Sep 05, 2012, 08:54 PM
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Originally Posted by Stacky
windfou, the HF team arent really on this forum very often. They have moved their support to the multirotor forums. I just posted it here because the multirotor forums were not working well one day. I will post again on the other forums soon.

A question I have, why do you need gps and how will you use it?
ok sorry but i don't find any hoverfly tread in this section thanks

yes i want the gps for AP work and also i need in a case I lose my orientation or
signal lost so it can go rth and finaly i need a osd for my fpv gear i already have
Sep 05, 2012, 11:39 PM
Pants first, then shoes
Cool, the GPS thing is something I dont yet need but will do one day. You will find the Hoverfly guys are going to become more active over at this forum http://www.multirotorforums.com/foru...ies-Inc.-Forum
Sep 05, 2012, 11:39 PM
Pants first, then shoes
Thanks Al, its not something Im worried about just thought it might be something I had noticed that may be of use in the future.

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Originally Posted by photronix
Stacky.....I will check the OSD issue out later today. I hadn't noticed it before.

The OSD does always have a delay mainly because it waits for good sensor data for turning on. Not sure why it would come back up quickly after a disconnect.
Sep 06, 2012, 12:21 AM
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Originally Posted by Stacky
Cool, the GPS thing is something I dont yet need but will do one day. You will find the Hoverfly guys are going to become more active over at this forum http://www.multirotorforums.com/foru...ies-Inc.-Forum
I tought you have the gps already anyway big thanks for the forum link
Sep 06, 2012, 12:45 AM
Pants first, then shoes
No, not me. I am finding the AH works well enough for me when taking stills with my Hexa and Im trying to be careful when flying LOS so I am always ok to land. I might get GPS once HF has their software work on a Mac
Sep 06, 2012, 08:32 PM
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Originally Posted by Stacky
No, not me. I am finding the AH works well enough for me when taking stills with my Hexa and Im trying to be careful when flying LOS so I am always ok to land. I might get GPS once HF has their software work on a Mac
i think me too for now because first i have no support for my current question
and 2. i will wait the next firmware upgrade for better stability in wind condition
i really love the octo , i made 5 fligth with and the stability is very good ! but i decided to change my motor dt750 and i want to know if ntm motor are better motor or sk3 and turnigy motor


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