Why do you say that it would make things worse ?I would calibrate once after receiving it, or after traveling a significant distance. Thereafter, calibrate only when the Typhoon indicates it is necessary.
Calibrations can fail or be worse than the previous one. If you calibrate before every flight, eventually you will make things worse than they were previously.
It is crucial that the accelerometer and camera gimbal be calibrated on a perfectly level surface.
The calibration doesn't alyways work because the procedure isn't followed correctly, or due to environmental factors. If the previous calibration was good, you replace it with a bad one. I'm sure many of the "toilet bowl" problems can be attributed to not having the Typhoon resting on a perfectly level surface with all electronics (including the ST16) sufficiently far away.Why do you say that it would make things worse ?
Even compass calibration "you will make things worse than they were previously"?
Hello, Do you mean COMPASS calibration or REAL SENSE calibration. How do you calibrate the real sense module?......This may be my issue I am having when in OA..... SMART MODE and FOLLOW ME mode, the TH seems to TWITCH left/right and up/down then a second later is stable.Should I calibrate my Typhoon H Real Sense before the first flight? Or is it not necessary. Some say one thing and someone says another. What is the best and safe?
Never had a toilet bowl problem.The calibration doesn't alyways work because the procedure isn't followed correctly, or due to environmental factors. If the previous calibration was good, you replace it with a bad one. I'm sure many of the "toilet bowl" problems can be attributed to not having the Typhoon resting on a perfectly level surface with all electronics (including the ST16) sufficiently far away.
Thank Fan Thomas. I know that you know what you're talking about. I have seen several of your videos with Real Sense. But why should real Sense calibrated every time? When Advance is not to be.englisch:
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since the Real Sense relies on correct values is a calibration when you want to fly with Real Sense, necessary before each flight and at each new location. I've always done, going so fast. Who flies with Wizard, should also calibrate the wizard previously locally.
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da das RealSense auf korrekte Werte angewiesen ist, ist eine Kalibrierung, wenn man mit RealSense fliegen will, vor jedem Flug und an jeder neuen Location notwendig. Ich hab das immer gemacht, geht ja schnell. Wer mit Wizard fliegt, sollte auch den Wizard vorher vor Ort kalibrieren.
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I' m used with my DJI Phantom 2 and 3 to do a compass calibration just before flying on a day. So i, think i will do it with my H also.I do not know if it is necessary. In Yuneec's Quick Start manual for the Pro, they have no mention of calibration.
I myself, before I flew my Pro, decided to calibrate all three, starting with the Compass. Yes, the Compass thing is weird! I followed the instructions in their Version 1.1 manual. As THoff said, it is important to have the drone on a level surface for the the last two. I followed the instructions precisely, and had no problems.
I have flown the Pro 15-20 times since I got it on July 18, only did that one calibration.
Because there is at the moment little documentation on the Pro, go slow, keep it in Turtle, and fly, fly, keep it visual. I suggest you take off and land in Angle Mode. You'll probably get 14 to 17 minutes flight, depending on conditions. The RealSense must have GPS lock to work.
Good luck, you have a great bird.