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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by blackoakcreative, Aug 21, 2013.
Any solution for more powerful motors for a Phantom? Plug and play that is..
T-Motor MN2214-11 Anti-gravity motors are a direct replacement, and work fantastic.
Yes I confirm, these nice motors I operated on a larger 9 "CF props (my Phantom weight about 1200 g), which I added a little bit longer flight time (about 1/2 minutes).
However, recently a lot more expensive, but well worth it.
There they absolutely no vibrations, as stock DJI motors.
Sweet setup gardenroute. How do you like the IOSD MKII ?
There was another user asking for help with the setup of his, perhaps you could give him a helping hand.
The thread is (IOSD Mark II Install Questions)."greggreenburg" is the user.
iOSD MkII - definitely a good thing. As the OSD is very invaluable for me, I can watch during flight critical battery voltage, distance from take-off and its location, and especially the vertical velocity.
But I would appreciate if iOSD known how to interpolate the actual height above terrain from barometric altitude and GPS altitude, if it can determine the aircraft at takeoff.
Problem - telemetry data from iOSD internal memory do not convert or export to another data file (eg import into Google maps or software DashWare) - data are in a closed format. Here I would appreciate any experience.
Browser from the DJI is very limited and not very user-friendly too.
This is the link for the IOSD MK II Qeustion.
I don't have one, but was trying to help based on the online manual.
I have the IOSD mini on pre order. Hopefully they will provide an instruction manual for it soon.
Careful, mini version iOSD does not record telemetry data - not just memory, but it is clear OSD ...
Thanks gardenroute, I'll probably end up getting the IOSD MK II for the TBS Discovery I'm building.