Tuning for airborn Movi

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  1. alex ryan

    alex ryan Member

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    when I tune my Movi m10 for airborne work if I tune it with my spektrum controller connected I am able to get my stiffness settings much higher than when tuning with it disconnected.
    Just wondering if this is normal? I just do this now to get the stiffness settings up, but it seems weird that it makes such a big difference.
     
  2. Humberto Barchini

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    Alex take a look at your mode switch... It's need to be in airborne to tune the gimbal... That happens to me when I was trying to tunne it in park mode...
     
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    Mode switch definitely in the airborne mode.
    I will have adequate stiffness settings when the controller is on and I have remote command of the gimbal (I remotely move the gimbal around and in the charts the motors are working at 4% or less in any position I put move the gimbal). However When I turn the controller off I get lots of oscillations.
     
  4. Humberto Barchini

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    Strange... Akira latest firmware?
     
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    Haven't updated to the newest firmware yet. Still working on the Akira beta.
     
  6. Humberto Barchini

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    maybe thats the problem. i know that with the spektrum and the akira beta are not best friends... hahahahaha I have strange things happening with that RC and the akira beta in time lapse mode too...
     
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    Yeah I'll try updating, but the thing is i actually get better stiffness without oscillation when the controller is turned on. Much better in fact. Like I said when the controller is on my motors are working at 4% or less in all positions. Then when I turn it off in some positions i get severe oscillations.
     

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