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MC Data Error

Discussion in 'Phantom 2 Vision + Help' started by desertphantom, May 29, 2016.

  1. desertphantom

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    Hi There

    I started my P2V+ today after a while and when I start everything up I get no response from the bird whatever I move on the controller.
    The Litchi app says "MC Data Error" MCU Transmitter Calibration Error.
    I tried to calibrate the controller manually with the DJI Wiki Phantom-Transmitter Calibration - DJI Wiki
    but so far no luck.
    I have an upgraded controller with the wheel that was paired correctly when I got it since I flew with it after that but now no response. When I try to connect it to the RC assistant software it doesn't recognize it.
    Any help much appreciated.

    Thanks
    Rick
     
  2. Mako79

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    What windows version are you running?
    Avoid windows 10 and a find a windows 7 PC. Windows 10 has driver issues.

    Then use the RC12 to recalibrate all sticks and sliders.
    Then use the P2 Assist and recalibrate all sticks and sliders.
     
  3. desertphantom

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    Thanks
    I use Win10 and the RC Assistant only detects the P2V but not the Remote.
    Will try to find a Win 7 PC
    Regards
     
  4. Mark The Droner

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    I'll just comment...

    I have a P2V with upgraded controller.

    I had this error pop up on my FPV screen a few weeks ago:

    MC Data Error
    MCU INVALID BATTERY ERROR

    I've never seen this before. The battery was stock, but modded. I was using a battery mod for the first time (thanks DB!), so I attribute the first line to it warning me it sees values outside of the software's expected range, which makes sense. Other than the warning, nothing went wrong. Everything behaved correctly.

    Re the OP, my upgraded controller calibrates just as the old one did - with the Phantom Asst software. But you have to check the box so it knows you have an upgraded controller.