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Discussion in 'Inspire 1 Help' started by Meandmy, Aug 30, 2015.

  1. Meandmy

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    I have had no issues with my inspire1 before now,

    After the last upgrade.:

    Gimbal: I corrected it manually +6.0. before perfect
    But i have issues on "auto calibration", i dont get it to work

    Allso on GPS mode: My inspire are flying in "circles" (Within a 2m range, camera is pointing more or less to same spot, but the drone is not steady, i need to add that it was max 1m/s wind.
    I have gps lock,

    Allso i got "Compass" error.....
    I have been flying in same location many times but first time i got this issue after latest upgrade.

    Anyone who have same issue?
     
  2. The Editor

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    First of all, welcome to the forum.
    Secondly do not fly if you are experiencing TBE (Toilet Bowl Effect).
    You have an erroneous compass calibration.
    What are your compass mod values during your pre flight checklist?
     
  3. Meandmy

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    Not sure , but is it these sensor settings you mean?

    0.00
    0.99-1,01
    1460-1532
     
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    Yes
     
  5. Meandmy

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    Can you say what is my issue, from these numbers?
    Those numbers i got from my inspire now
     
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    Did you upgrade your batteries?
    Did you upgrade your Remote Control?
    Did you perform an IMU calibration on a perfectly level and vibration free surface?
     
  7. Meandmy

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    Yes, yes.
    a level surface, but not sure if its100%