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Naza program adjustment

Discussion in 'Phantom FC40 Discussion' started by Fullmetalarmour, Oct 14, 2014.

  1. Fullmetalarmour

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    I have brought Phantom 2 props for my FC40 and I read somewhere that its better to make adjustments in the Naza software but how? Is there a video that tells how?
     
  2. arvy55

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    they talking about gain adjustments on the software, it actually adjust the behavior of your machine while it is hovering
    by changing your propellers into a bigger ones you might need to adjust your gain, but some people says you dont have too.
    It is really depends on your payload/take off weight, and whats the weather status on your flying location
    due to the fact that 9443 props will actually give you a bit more flight time, but will make you shots a bit jerky in a windy condition.

    check my video last October 03. I took my FC40 in a local park during some heavy and sudden wind gust.
    [youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k5yaIjNDySw[/youtube]
     
  3. darwin-t

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    To give you an idea on what you can change. Some I highly recommend is setting the limits to something reasonable, turning on IOC and changing the bottom position on S1 (the right switch) to Failsafe. Ignore the voltage settings. I have messed with mine, you're probably better off leaving them alone.
     

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