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Professional Can someone decipher this crash data?

Discussion in 'Phantom 3 Help' started by Huskerfan, Jul 22, 2015.

  1. Huskerfan

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    I'm not that smart to figure out why my P3 Pro crashed but this is the flight data from the flight. Can anyone decipher this, please?

    Some perspective. It took off, hovered a few seconds, I went up about 100 feet and started going forward and suddenly it crashed hard to the ground, breaking the camera off.


    0 eeprom load 0 0 22 32
    0 eeprom load 1 32 28 32
    0 eeprom load 2 64 34 40
    0 eeprom load 3 104 20 24
    0 eeprom load 4 128 132 136
    0 eeprom load 5 264 120 128
    0 eeprom load 6 392 12 16
    0 eeprom load 7 408 40 48
    0 eeprom load 8 456 9 16
    0 eeprom load 9 472 1 8
    0 eeprom load 10 480 4 8
    0 eeprom load 11 488 4 8
    0 eeprom load 12 496 52 56
    0 eeprom load 13 552 8 16
    0 eeprom load 14 568 7 16
    0 eeprom load 15 584 12 16
    0 eeprom load 16 600 38 48
    0 eeprom load 17 648 12 16
    0 eeprom load 18 664 56 64
    0 eeprom load 19 728 32 40
    0 eeprom load 20 768 1 8
    0 eeprom load 21 776 16 24
    0 eeprom load 22 800 16 24
    0 eeprom load 23 824 1 8
    0 eeprom load 24 832 1 8
    0 eeprom load 25 840 10 16
    0 eeprom load 26 856 36 40
    0 eeprom load 27 896 48 56
    0 eeprom load 28 952 44 48
    0 eeprom load 29 1000 28 32
    0 eeprom load 30 1032 18 24
    0 eeprom load 31 1056 16 24
    0 mis cali 55 55 eb5a fff0 cnt:0
    0 imu status:0
    0 startup:3.474388

    0 Board:"wm320v2"
    1 compass calibration init!
    [ 670] => cfg_var_table_size_0
    1 [FDI MAGN[1]] event:turn on
    1 [FDI GYRO[1]] event:turn on
    1 [FDI ACC[1]] event:turn on
    1 [FDI BARO[1]] event:turn on
    1 [FDI AHRS[1]]:turn on
    1 [FDI CTRL] event: turn on
    1 temp cali (0.000000,0.000000) 0 fw:0 0

    1 temp cali 0 bw:0.000000 0.000000 0.000000 ba:0.000000 0.000000 0.000000

    1 app temp cali (35.000000,65.020592) aa fw:6 6

    1 app temp cali aa bw:0.000182 0.000198 0.000130 ba:-0.000184 0.000040 0.001078

    [ ] => global.status
    [ 0] => fix_send_index[ 0]_0
    [ 0] => fix_send_index[ 1]_0
    [ 0] => fix_send_index[ 2]_0
    [ 0] => fix_send_index[ 3]_0
    [ 0] => fix_send_index[ 4]_0
    [ 0] => fix_send_index[ 5]_0
    [ 0] => fix_send_index[ 6]_0
    [ 0] => fix_send_index[ 7]_0
    10 [FDI GPS[1]] event:turn on
     
  2. RoyVa

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    Can you give a little more info. Did it still have power or did the cover power off completely. What were the positions of the sticks on the RC. Did you switch the s1 to atti to try to recover. Give all the detail you can.
     
  3. Huskerfan

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    Here are some screen shots from the moment i lost control. I was moving laterally at the time and it just came straight down real hard
     

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    How can I get the actual video from my dji pilot app? I can watch it and save screen shots but I don't know how to download the video
     
  7. ScottyT

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    That's bad flight data conversion. I take it you uploaded your DAT file to http://www.djilogs.com/ and it spat that out? I've had the same issue with that site. Upload your TXT file here.

    To record your flight log, you'll need to install some kind of screen recorder on your iPad and upload that to youtube.

    You'll want to log a case with DJI though, if you want something done about it.