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Flight Software Parameter Adj. Window Options
Tomick
#1 Posted : 02 February 2016 15:30:07

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Gyro Gain - the factory setting for the Gyro gain is 14. Lower settings will make the Sky Rider react more smoothly to the controls but the Sky Rider will not be as stable. Gain settings that are too high can make the Sky Rider “hunt” while hovering instead of remaining still.

Aux Gain - the factory setting for the Aux Gain is 6.8. This setting does not normally need to be adjusted. Lower settings will make the Sky Rider oscillate before settling in a hover. Higher settings will make the Sky Rider transition to a hover with aggressive movements. Raising this setting could make videos more jumpy.

Alt. Gain - the factory setting for Alt. gain is 11. This setting controls how much the Sky Rider rises and falls while hovering. Lower settings will allow more movement and a smoother flight. Higher settings will reduce vertical motion, but can also make videos more jumpy.

Low Voltage - the factory setting is 10.8V. When the battery reaches the voltage in this window and the Sky Rider is in the Position Hold mode, it will climb to 20 meters and return to home. If the Sky Rider is to flown a long distance while heavily loaded, this value should be increased so the battery does not die before the Sky Rider has landed.

Land Speed - This parameter controls how fast the Sky Rider descends when in Position Hold or is in a Return to Home routine. The factory setting for this adjustment is MED. The HIGH setting could be used if the Sky Rider is heavily loaded. The LOW setting is best used when Sky Rider is not carrying any accessories.

Limit Window

Dist. Limit – this window is used to set a distance the Sky Rider can fly from the launch point in meters. The Sky Rider will tilt and or suddenly climb when it reaches this limit.

Altitude Limit – this window controls the maximum height of the Sky Rider in meters. When the Sky Rider reaches the limit, it stops climbing​.

Note that setting incorrect gain values without good understanding of what you are doing, may result in abnormal flight behaviour, crashes or even injury, for which DeAgostini cannot be held responsible for.

longblade
#2 Posted : 02 February 2016 16:43:17

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As with last sticky, made a print to go in setup instructions..
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