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Discussion in 'Phantom 2 Vision + Discussion' started by WyattEarp, Oct 4, 2014.

  1. WyattEarp

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    In ATTI Naza mode if I set the s1 switch to Failsafe that is Return To Home, right?
     
  2. Fplvert

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    S1 is the right 3 position switch. That switch in nasa mode top (gps) middle (ATTI) bottom (fail safe or manual mode)
    S2 is the left 3 position switch. That switch in nasa mode top (lock) middle (course lock) bottom (home lock)
    Get some stickers so it's easy to remember. :D
     
  3. slothead

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    I think what he is asking is whether "failsafe" = Return to Home (answer should be yes, correct?)
     
  4. Fplvert

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    You are correct. Just wanted to clarify which switch is which. They seem backwards to me, too! :lol:
     
  5. ToThePoint

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    Failsafe is RTH only if you have specified that in the assistant !
    When switching to naza the lower S1 position is manual flight by default.
     
  6. WyattEarp

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    Got it. Thanks.
     
  7. MapMaker53

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    Traditionally, Chinese, Japanese, and Korean are written vertically in columns going from top to bottom and ordered from right to left, with each new column starting to the left of the preceding one. So maybe that is why switch S1 is on the right and switch S2 is on the left.