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Discussion in 'Phantom 2 Discussion' started by Drones_Landing, Mar 12, 2016.
It almost made it too...
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Hope it didn't total it !
If it didn't ya in the right place to fix it
It only totaled the H4-3d Gimbal and 2 of the props. The shell has taken quite a few hits pretty well
P2 is a tough bird
When it falls 10 stores from the sky pickup the pieces and go home and have a good cry.
That's about all you can do
Did you have a FPV system onboard??
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Yes and the IOSD-Mini. I thought descending at around 30% battery level would be enough but the whole drone powered off at about 4% and it just fell like a stone.
That's what happens when the battery voltage hits 10.6v. It sounds like the battery wasn't in as good a shape as you may have thought but you were right in thinking 30% should have been enough for a safe landing. If the battery is still in good shape charge it fully then check the current levels it in the P2 software and post a screenshot.
Everything looks fine to me. Must have been a fluke..
Check the current mA in the upper right corner. Now compare the mA readings on the next two I posted.
It may have been a fluke or could have the cooler weather which drain a battery quicker then you expected. In any case once you repaired any damage done do a complete advanced IMU calibration. Have you open the shell checked the GPS antenna? Well if you cannot get any GPS signal it would be a good idea to do so and a replacement antenna is under 10 dollars.