Customer service in the USA said to face North. Not sure it really matters but doesn't hurt to do that. Satellites have nothing to do with compass calibration.hi, my question: its mandatory to point to MAGENTIC NORTH for compass calibration of the H? how many (minimun number) sattellites acquired in the base/station/controller AND in the H itself are needed to calibrate compass?.
I do this with both my Typhoon & Phantoms. I use an app on my phone to point me to magnetic north. Is there any truth to this? I have no idea but I do it anyways.Customer service in the USA said to face North. Not sure it really matters but doesn't hurt to do that. Satellites have nothing to do with compass calibration.
Customer service in the USA said to face North. Not sure it really matters but doesn't hurt to do that. Satellites have nothing to do with compass calibration.
This tells me that there is a conflict between the GPS, compass and IMU. I have not had this happen on a Typhoon, but have had something similar on a Phantom. The suggested fix was a level IMU calibration follow by a compass calibration. It didn't work for my Phantom and I had to send it into DJI for repair. They replaced the entire GPS/compass modules.tried again now, accepts the full calibration process, thereafter resets, light goes solid green , then flashing blue and then back to alternating between purple and orange. WTF!?
tried all again, outside in a field. calibration goes as planned, thereafter solid green for a second, the reboot with all lights off, then back to blinking orange purple. All done in angle mode outside, did all calibrations and accelerometers,they show up orange on the st16 monitor under system settings. I have a dud hex!!!! ill make a video to show. Thanks for the suggestions, really appreciated. Hopefully one works! may need a hard reset . If only Yunneec monitored and responded as we are the ambassadors that can help future owners!!!