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Looking for a little help

Discussion in 'Other DJI Drones' started by wasabe58, Oct 23, 2014.

  1. wasabe58

    Aug 17, 2014
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    Hey Guys, I am in a bit of a quandary. I just built an Alien with the NAZA M V-2. In addition I am using the DJI DR7 AND DT16

    Got everything set and flies great. So, I have decided to add a Walkera G-2D gimbal (I have same gimbal on my FC40).

    I tried wiring the pitch control the same with no luck. Went through the obvious settings but no luck.

    Any ideas ... just trying to get pitch control with the rear lever on radio.

  2. wasabe58

    Aug 17, 2014
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    Got it fixed.

    Just a heads up to use all three wires on the pitch link.

    1. Open the Phantom body, and plug the Tilt cable into F2 port on the NAZA
    module, white wire downward, black wire upward.

    2. Then connect Phantom to computer and open NAZA software, activate the
    Gimbal function, and set eh F2 gain to Zero.

    3. That's all the setup you need to do, now you should be able to tilt the gimbal
    angle with the tiny lever on the back of your Phantom's transmitter, if you do
    not have this tiny white lever, you need to purchase it.

    Note - I would also utilize the NAZA RC assistant program to calibrate the tilt
    channel so you get full function of the tilt lever.

    Additionally, you have to use the NAZA program to adjust maximum travel
    of the servo. You will have to try different numbers to see what works for your machine.
    The numbers on my Phantom and my Alien are completely different.
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