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Setting Legal Limits In Naza

Discussion in 'Phantom FC40 Discussion' started by FC40 Pilot, Feb 24, 2014.

  1. FC40 Pilot

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    There are limits set by CAA and FAA for model aircraft. To be on the safe side ( if you are concerned of course ) you can set your height and horizontal limits in the NAZA control system to stay within the limit. Just a tip ;)
     
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    That will explain the crazy FPV videos released from the states then ;)
     
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    When you change the DEFAULT 2000M limit settings, how does the VERTICLE and HORIZONTAL number you choose relate to sea level or does it relate to gps elevation?
     
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    what happen if you try to go further? does phantom just stop? it could be useful for people that are just starting flying ( like me )
     
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    It must relate to elevation from your position otherwise it would be messed up big time!
     
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    The Phantom will return back to within its limits. Yes its a very good aid. You could train at limit of 100ft for example and increase each time you go for a new flight. The key thing with these quads is to move controls slightly and gently and give yourself plenty of space