Robots4Sale: i have turnigy 9x and it does not show the pit/curve
david ringler: I upgraded my nazam v1 to v2 and I have a gps I am using a stock 9x and
stock receiver how do I set it up for fAILSAFE? AND DO YOU KNOW HOW TO
SETUP THE RTH AND COURSELOCK ON STOCK9X
Robots4Sale: i'm just going to mail it to you so you can do it for me
Dwight Mc Lean: Is it to much to ask is to do one on a Taranis. I checked all the YouTube
videos , and cannot find anything on the DJI Naza setup. Yes I can download
the program from RCgroups, but it would be nice to see a video on it.
Dylan Harrison: Will this work with the naza m lite??
Jakub Egermaier: Why I cannot see PITCH CURVE in my MENU of Turnigy 9x? Does anybody knows?
Mark Micallef: Hi Dennis, did you have to adjust any mixes to achieve this? My Turnigy 9x
does not bind the AUX3 (3 channel switch) to any channel it looks like you
have to mix it with a knob.
Chris Latham: Hi Dennis, I don't suppose you have a Taranis transmitter and have set it
up the same as this? Chris.
kj erts: Great guide! With my Naza V2, the manual mode was out of range, so I had to
use the subtrim-menu and other values for the curve.
brimest0ne .: Hey Dennis, Have you looked at the new Assistant software, you can choose 3
modes at the end, the trick would be to figure out how to access a 4th
function mode using the 3ps +1 other switch. So it would have GPS, ATTI,
Failsafe and flick another switch and get Manual mode. Its beyond me, but
maybe you can figure it out, without your Videos, my copter would be still
sitting on my desk! Thanks
LifeInRecoil: Great video! Thanks!
Mariano Hernandez: Thanx for the advice
Andrew Sommer: No you have it backward... maybe we are getting out Up and Down confused.
To me Down is away from the front of TX and Up is when I move the gear
switch toward me as I'm hold the tx parallel with the ground.
Dennis Baldwin: You're very welcome. Thanks for watching.
Dennis Baldwin: I hear you loud and clear. I chose the T9X because it was cheap and there
were a lot of pilots using them online, but I'm really leaning towards a
Taranis or Futaba TX next. I really like the design of the Futaba
transmitters. Congrats on your purchase!
Dennis Baldwin: Good to know. I like the concept of flicking up to send your quad back
home. But let me ask this. Does that mean you have to start with your TX in
the failsafe position when you power up? I ask because my T9X beeps at me
unless I power up with my sticks in their proper positions.
Dennis Baldwin: Make sure you're flying in Attitude mode or GPS Attitude if you have a NAZA
GPS. You won't be able to flip it unless you're flying in manual mode.
raptorlishus: thank u now if the post office would deliver it already! hate usps they
suck out for delivery all day still aint here yet im dying over here lol
david ringler: what about a forced failsafe can that be st to another switch using the
stock9x? please get back to me firstname.lastname@example.org
Andrew Sommer: I did it differently. In airplane mode, I used the the program mix 1, 2 & 3
using the Gear as the Master and the Flap (three position) as the slave.
The down position of the Gear switch with each three position switch
position for each of the mixes sets the NAZA mode, GPS, Atti, Manual. With
the Gear switch in "UP" position all three of the three position switch
positions goes to "Fail Safe". In that way I can just flip the the gear
switch for "Oh Crap Mode" to recover.
Mariano Hernandez: Sorry I'm new on this I've just got my naza in I don't want for my f450 to
do flips how can I do that .cus I just want the quad to carry some cameras
n I wanna accidentally flipped please help I'm confused
ThePollyPeanut: Thank you so much! This was super helpful!
raptorlishus: i just cant get that 3 position switch to send a signal to the receiver ch5
ch6 ch7 nothing in using ezuhf . i gave up and bought a futaba 9c its what
i should have did from the start. ive set up 6 nazas beefore this and this
was already a copter already setup i was just switching dl out or ezuhf and
radio change. never an issue with a dx8 or aurora 9. thanks though for
Dennis Baldwin: What specific problems are you having? May I suggest that you check out
garagepilots . com and post in the forums over there? Either myself or
someone in the community will be glad to help you out. Thanks and good luck.
raptorlishus: i just got the 9x i am getting very agravated with it i cant even set up my
quad with naza because i cant get 3 position switch to even work. i had an
aurora9 i had no trouble. and i wasnt using heli mode a was in acro. i am
so lost i dont even know what else to do here?
Dennis Baldwin: Glad you followed along with the example. Thanks. If you want additional
help please check out garagepilots . com and we can help you out over
there. Feel free to post in the forums and best of luck.
Dennis Baldwin: I hear you Steve. Unfortunately when it comes to servo reversing and
setting endpoints this varies from system to system. I would make sure you
know the process of setting things up and then dialing in your settings.
You should be able to watch your sliders adjust as you change endpoints.
Then just settle on something that gets you in the right segment (GPS Atti,
Manual, Failsafe, etc). I hope that makes sense.
Steve Boyce: Hi dennis, in this video you don't show reversing the pitch and setting end
points to 120 is this necessary, i.e should I be doing that? I have seen in
another video ssomeone doing it know I am confused lol. Regards Steve
maxjax1: I have the fs th9x and have followed your example... I am most likely
missing the basics... is there a place I can find the 9x setup beginning to
end.... I am real new to the hobby. fs th9x naza m lite aquacopter any help
from anyone would be great.
Dennis Baldwin: Awesome. I always appreciate the feedback. Thanks and I'm glad you got it
up and running.
Frank Vanbeek: stumbled on this for a long time till i found YOUR video dennis... thanks a
Greg Spence: Hey Dennis, I noticed this video is pretty new, but my 9x doesn't have Pit
Curve. I think this is done through the Prog.Mix settings but I'm not sure.
My 9x just came in a week or two ago, so it should be current firmware but
my menus don't match. Any advice?
Dennis Baldwin: To configure different flight modes you'll need to set it up with your NAZA
connected to the computer and your transmitter binded to your NAZA. After
you do this once you shouldn't need to do it again. DJI released a new
iPhone app that allows you to do some configuration of the NAZA over
bluetooth, but I'm not sure if you can setup flight modes with it.
Andrew Sommer: KK2 is NOW performing well but one needs to flash 1.4 or 1.5 firmware to
get Auto Stabilize to function properly. I went to LazyZero to get
firmware. My next step is to rebuilt quad as an H copter to accommodate the
FPV and test Gimbal with lighter Kodak Sport Video Camera. One I have the
KK2 talking to the gimbal and learn FVP issues and feel confident I'll move
on the the Heavy Lift Hex. It seems like two steps forward one step back.
Dennis Baldwin: No problem. I've actually wanted to try acro mode just to see if I get more
responsive handling, but I noticed there were several options missing from
the menu, which wouldn't let me do the different flight modes. Anyway, good
luck with the configuration.
Dennis Baldwin: Michael, thanks for the feedback and sorry to hear you're having problems.
The interesting thing about this setup is that I don't have ch6 assigned to
anything in the Turnigy 9X Aux menu. I know that sounds absurd and to be
honest I don't know why it works that way :) Let me ask you this...are you
using a fresh profile on your 9X or did you modify an existing one? I'll be
glad to help you get this resolved as I'm still trying to understand all
the different features of the 9X.
Dennis Baldwin: No, nothing on Channel 5 for this setup. I'm not sure what problem you're
having but if you'd like some more help go to garagepilots . com and post
in the forums. Either myself or someone else can help you there. Thanks and
Dennis Baldwin: Thank you for the feedback. Can you tell me if you're flying in ACRO or
HELI mode? I recently switched to ACRO mode and I believe some of this is
different so I plan on doing a video. But I wanted to understand your mode
before I try to help you out.
Dennis Baldwin: No problem at all. Just let me know how it goes.
Michael Gordon: Progress. First, when I rechecked, I was in 7 not 6. I can get your result
with U connected to 6, BUT not with X1 and X2 connected to 7 & 8 'cos then
the throttle stick also affects the flight mode indicator. I noticed that
you do not have anything plugged into Turnigy ports 7, 8 and 9, so no
connections to Naza X1, X2 or X3? Is there a reason why not? Mike.
Justin Orloff: Super vid,thanks Dennis, would you be able to show us newbie's also how to
set the fail safe up. I cant work this out. I dont want to fly without fail
safe working, ie power out or out of range. I have my Aux ch 5 set on geat
but cant seem to get the mix right. Please help. and thanks again for this
video, very helpfull.
marcello robaina: ACRO mode
david ringler: i am having troble setting up my naza using my stock turnigy 9x using
turnigy stock 8ch v2 rceivr can you please send me your naza wiring diagram
and all your setting for your 9x i am new at this and i am having one hell
of a time almost ready to put it all in the trash lol email me at
email@example.com if you can help thanks in advance
Cesar Maldonado: And it won't let me set the same number from low to high it moves and then
the other thing like GPS atti. Failsafe will be out or reach
monterx788: really really really appreciate your video/help. was very easy to
understand and follow your directions and set this up on my flysky!!!
Dennis Baldwin: Right, and if you look at page 38 in the Naza User Manual this is the
breakdown: X1: ￼ For gimbal pitch control or for gain tuning X2: For D-Bus
(S-Bus compatible) or for gain tuning or for IOC switch X3: ￼ For voltage
monitor (Connect with VU V-SEN port) I was just curious what you were using
X1 and X2 for since they can be multi-purpose. Not sure how to overcome the
problem you described just yet....other than opting not to use X1 and X2
while you get this set up.
Dennis Baldwin: Make sure you calibrate the GPS properly. I have a video that shows how to
do that. As for RTH I recommend setting up a switch on your TX to trigger
Failsafe mode. You'll know that you're in Failsafe mode when the slider in
the assistant lights up blue on Failsafe. And then when you switch to
Failsafe when your quad is on the ground you'll see a different LED. Also,
make sure you have 6 or more satellites before you arm your NAZA so it can
come back home to a precise location.
Dennis Baldwin: Joe, that's great to hear. Thanks for the feedback.
Dennis Baldwin: Dave, thanks for the feedback and glad to hear your Naza is coming soon.
Did you get the V1 or V2?
Dennis Baldwin: Lawrence, which NAZA are you purchasing? There's the NAZA Lite, V1, and V2