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adjusting yaw

Discussion in 'Phantom 1 Help' started by DaveT1, Oct 28, 2013.

  1. DaveT1

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    Is there a way to reduce the sensitivity of the yaw control? When I try to pan the Phantom using the yaw control I have trouble making a slow smooth rotation.
     
  2. MKheng

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    There is with the Futaba T8J, don't think so though with the stock controller
     
  3. porl_hopkins

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    Practise practise practise.
     
  4. tanasit

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    You can try to reduce the YAW in basic gain in the Assistant which means the respond of the NAZA is less therefore the fight to hold the yaw is less but when you let go the rudder stick, it will take longer to come to a complete stop.
    If this is not what you want, then increase the yaw gain and the NAZA will fight your rudder stick control more.
    You have to try this out and the best way is to use the 7TH channel optional control lever so that you can change the gain setting in flight, otherwise you have to hook up your Phantom to the computer, go fly and come back to resetting which will be time consuming. Beside once you have the control lever installed, next flight if the wind changes or the weight changes you can just dial it at the field.