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H3-2D Roll is not stabilizing correctly

Discussion in 'Zenmuse H3-2D GoPro Gimbal' started by camobronco, Jan 3, 2014.

  1. camobronco

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    Well, I have been on the computer for days and hours trying to determine exactly what is going on with my gimbal. Just last night I was able to get it to tilt with the use of the remote. Had to make many different upgrades and use a different program (not NAZA) to activate the X1 control on the remote. All this being said, the roll function of the gimbal is not working correctly. When the phantom rolls right, the gimbal rolls right (with motorized assistance). The same thing happens to the left. I guess it is not floating like it is suppose to. I am wondering if anyone else has seen this. Any suggestions?
     
  2. woundedknee

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    Silly question, but is it facing the right way (front to back)?
     
  3. camobronco

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    Yes it is. Tilt is working amazing. Everything else is great, just not floating correctly.
     
  4. EMCSQUAR

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    Have you tried reverse settings in assistant? Open Assist -> Advanced -> Gain and about 2/3rds down on right is pitch & roll gains - next to them is button to reverse action.
     
  5. camobronco

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    No I have not, but I will when I get home in 30 minutes.
     
  6. camobronco

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    That did not fix it. Any other suggestions?
     
  7. camobronco

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    DOH! Hand to the face!

    Problem solved. The gimbal faces the direction of the battery door, not the led indicator.