I have only had my phantom and for about two weeks now. I have gone through 3 batteries so far I can't seem to be able to fly my phantom and recharge my batteries. I have never owned a Quadcopter before and have no real clear understanding of first level protection second-level protection on my naza my setup. Here are my settings for the phantom 2200 battery. I bought a lipo battery meter and this is the settings I used according to the software suggested settings. I did the suggested flight for one minute and got the loss at .80. Current voltage: 12.5 First level: no load: 11.5 Loss: 0.80 v Loaded: 10.70v Second level: no load: 11.40 Loss: .80v Loaded: 10.60v After a six minute flight my meter reads 11.42v and the red light didn't come on. Shouldnt it have come on and if it was close to second level land itself? Each cell was at or around 3.8 volts with 40 percent power. Any more than this and I lose the third cell and the charger wont charge the battery then it's lost. What can I do? I want to fly my phantom and attach a go pro and eventually a fpv system but if I keep burning batteries after first use this isn't a good thing. I could use some help and the online manual doesnt provide enough. What should the settings be? If the Naza m system isn't working how does one trigger the light it's turned on and says write when. Enter data so I assume it's been set. Just frustrated and need some pro help. Also If I want to get a bigger battery how do I avoid losing a cell and the ability to charge them. I like flying the phantom but this battery issue isn't for beginners.