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Advise on new FPV Set-up

Discussion in 'FPV (First Person View)' started by skeyephantom, Sep 9, 2014.

  1. skeyephantom

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    Just finished installing FPV on my P2w/Zenmuse and GoPro. When powering up for the first time, front LEDs flash red and the bird beeps continuously. When trying to update the iOSD Mini with the Asst.Software, the program doesn't show I'm connected. Gimbal, OSD and tx all show power. Installed components: DJI iOSD Mini, 5.8GHz 400mW 32 channel Tx with Cloverleaf Antenna Set, Black Pearl 32 Channel Monitor.

    Appreciate any help on what to do next.
     
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  3. skeyephantom

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    Yes....I connected direct to the iOSD. The iOSD was powered up, but the Asst. Software wasn't recognizing it. I'm more concerned about the red blinking LEDs.
     
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    What LED's are Flashing on the iSOD?
     
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    No LEDs on the iOSD are flashing....the power light is on, but not flashing. The front LEDs on the Phantom are the one's flashing red. The rear are flashing yellow, which is expected because the GPS is disconnected.
     
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    Did you install the Drivers?

    I originally had problems with my Desk Top PC communicating with the Phantom 2 and had to switch to a Lap Top. Do you have another computer to try?