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Limit tilt rotalation on the zenmuse z15

Discussion in 'DJI Discussion' started by andycorleone, Oct 20, 2014.

  1. andycorleone

    andycorleone Member

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    Posted by andycorleone, Oct 20, 2014 #1
    Hi, I'm having a hard time trying to set limits on the tilt axis of the Zenmuse z15 Gimbal with my futaba Remote, when I try to set limit for the tilt axi, it just keep continuously rotating (as long I keep pushing the botton) without a hard stop. What I really want is: to set one stop for the horizon and another for pointing down 90 degrees, do this make sense? I'm not sure where to set this limits? Is this something I can comfogurate on the futaba 14g i side the curve section?
     
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  2. hjls3

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    Posted by hjls3, Oct 20, 2014 #2
    Unfortunately I don't believe you can limit Z15 tilt - never quite understood that one. Not often I need footage of the back of my gimbal :) - the h33d you can set the tilt to where the slider is and it works quite well, again - wish we had that on z15 -
     
  3. Tahoe Ed

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    Posted by Tahoe Ed, Oct 20, 2014 #3
    No the rotation is a gain. The farther you go from center the faster the gimbal tilts. The newer Zens have limitations on the tilt.
     
  4. andycorleone

    andycorleone Member

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    Posted by andycorleone, Oct 21, 2014 #4
    What about the "Servo Monitor optionb on the Tx "? Do you guys think this would be possible with this?
     
  5. ChrisViperM

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    Posted by ChrisViperM, Oct 21, 2014 #5
    Don't know if I understood your question right, but FPV mode on the Z15 is exactly doing that....one switch for going into FPV mode, another switch for having the camera horizontal or pointing down 90°....only drawback is the limitation in FPV mode to yaw the Z15, always stays in flying direction when in FPV mode


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  6. Vision Aerial

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    Posted by Vision Aerial, Oct 22, 2014 #6
    Ed, where and how do you adjust this? Thanks in advance for the info as I know you always have all the answers and steps :)

     
  7. Tahoe Ed

    Tahoe Ed Active Member

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    Posted by Tahoe Ed, Oct 22, 2014 #7
    Not sure that I understand your question. You want to adjust the gains? the speed of tilt? Please clarify.
     
  8. mkheng

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    Posted by mkheng, Oct 22, 2014 #8
    After updating the Z25 firmware my Z15-GH3 suddenly stopped being able to rotate 360 degrees. It now stops at around 10 degrees above the horizon and about 10 degrees after straight down. Anyone else experiencing this?


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  9. Tahoe Ed

    Tahoe Ed Active Member

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    Posted by Tahoe Ed, Oct 23, 2014 #9
    Try reloading the firmware.

     
  10. mkheng

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    Posted by mkheng, Oct 26, 2014 #10
    Reloaded the firmwares today and still have limits on the tilt. Any ideas anyone?


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  11. Tahoe Ed

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    Posted by Tahoe Ed, Oct 26, 2014 #11
    I see nothing in the release notes that indicate that this should happen. I will check with DJI.
     
  12. mkheng

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    Posted by mkheng, Oct 26, 2014 #12
    When powered up and connected to the TX it also randomly jumps a degree or so every now and then, even when just sat on the bench.

    Anyone know how yo go back to a previous firmware?

    I've on IMU 1.6 & GCU 1.4 (I've tried loading the GH4 firmware in IMU 1.6 and GCU 1.8 but still had the same problems so put the GH3 firmware back)

    Cheers


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