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Discussion in 'Phantom 2 Discussion' started by TruffleAir, Aug 20, 2014.

  1. TruffleAir

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    I'm getting Red (R) Green (G) Yellow (Y), R G Y, R G Y.... On two arms and slow alternating red on the other two arms. Any ideas what this means?
     
  2. TruffleAir

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    Ok, so IMU failure. Can someone tell me where to find the IMU, or the components on the board that make up the IMU please?
     
  3. N017RW

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    The IMU is inseparably a part of the NAZA controller. Basically it is the sensor suite inside.

    You can learn more here:
    http://wiki.dji.com/en/index.php/6-DoF_ ... ement_Unit

    If you've had a crash you may get away with just calibrating it, additionally I've read about folks having to slam it on a table to 'correct' it followed by a calibration.

    Please search for more on this [slamming] if you fell you need to do it, I never have.
     
  4. Damon

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    That is funny. Slam it, I thought that was just a redneck solution. I'm an old farm boy. Next thing to fix problems will be bale wire.
     
  5. Deadmeat

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    It`s been pretty well documented that a damm good thrashing / slamming gets the job done. Failing that ofcoarse there`s always the plan b duct tape / bale wire... :lol:
     
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