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battery voltage settings in NAZA help! 4000/2200mah

Discussion in 'Phantom FC40 Discussion' started by chaghal, Dec 23, 2014.

  1. chaghal

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    Hi guys,

    i like many have the 4000mah battery on my fc40, only getting around 7 minutes, flying high and fairly windy, i have a g2d, go pro, and widerlegs, intend to add fpv adding another 30-40 grams.

    My question is this, i want to change between the standard battery and 4000mah multistar between flights, could i run with the same battery voltage settings in the naza setup for both batteries or is there seperate setting for each battery , obviously if im out in a field somewhere and want to change batteries i dont want to have to reconfigure naza voltage settings.

    Could someone recommend ideal settings to get more out of both batteries? really draining very quickly atm and i am using the factory defaults for my settings , i know i could push it more...
     
  2. Rustysocket

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    The voltage settings stay the same. The problem is with the weight of the go pro and the larger battery.
     
  3. Mandrake

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    If you want more flight time try a 2500 or 2700 mah battery..
    I get about 9 -10 minutes from my 2700 and 8 - 9 from 2500
     
  4. chaghal

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    thanks guys, getting really low times with fpv now attached as well, barely in the air and i get first warning, i had heard others say that changing voltage settings you can make the battery last longer but dont want it to suddenly fall out of the sky