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  1. skyeboysteve

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    I know both accelerometers show green "excellent" but even after IMU calibration, IMU2 shows at least 3x bias as IMU1. Is this a concern or should I just be happy that the bars are both green?[​IMG]


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  2. Hao Nguyen

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    You should calibrate them again. After finish calibration, just leave it on the surface and check its value. They should be less than 0.01 on your level surface.


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  3. skyeboysteve

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    Thanks for responding, but I actually did re-calibrate TWICE in that same location--didn't move the P4, between the last calibration and the screenshot I attached. So, it makes me wonder if this is a bad IMU, that should be fixed by DJI?
     
  4. TK-421

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    I have the same issue. It's somewhat inconsistent though. Sometimes both IMUs will be fine, sometimes #2 is out of whack.


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  5. Hao Nguyen

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    I suggest that you should watch your IMU about 1 or 2 days. If the differential still 3x or higher, you should send it to DJI for an IMU check. We human don't want a fly away or drift happens :)
     
  6. Stealthmatt

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    The bias is really nothing, its excellent. If it was in like 0.11 range then id start to be worried but not with that.