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  1. Marco Falchi

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    I do not understand if, after calibration, are taken as a reference, for the flight, the values entered during calibration.

    If so, then the plane on which rests the H during calibration, it must be, not horizontal, but "perfectly horizontal" (using a spirit level), otherwise the H will not fly with exactly horizontal attitude?

    Thanks in advance to those who will get this doubt.
     
  2. DroneClone

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    A level surface is definitely need to calibrate both gimbal and ACC for optimal results !
     
  3. QuadBart

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    Yes, I use a carpenters level when I do the accelerometer calibration to get it as level as possible.
     
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  4. charliehorse

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    My was flying like a typhoon after the firmware update,
    all over the shop.
    I did an accelerometer calibration yesterday.
    Now she is rock steady like a Typhoon H.
    Used a spirit level both ways to get her perfectly level.
     
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  5. Steve Carr

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    After a firmware update all the calibrations and last GPS co-ords are set to zero so you need to recal before you fly. The first time you turn on the H it may take a bit longer to find the sats and after that it will be faster.