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Old 08-29-2014, 04:18 AM   #11 (permalink)
setishock
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This is true but...
The flight controller is looking for a preset set of command signals coming off the receiver to match up with the failsafe trigger in the flight controller. The NAZA listens to the receiver for a set amount of time when the control lines fall back to a preset set of commands. When the timer expires, and the receiver has not changed status, the failsafe is triggered. You set this up when you bind the receiver to the transmitter.
You're just setting up the trigger for the failsafe mode in the flight controller from the receiver.

You're right in the respect that once failsafe is triggered, the flight controller is going to drop in to autonomous mode and in the case of a NAZA it will either land right away where ever it is, or compare current position to home point position and return to that point and land.
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