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Old 03-15-2016, 09:36 AM   #2 (permalink)
Cpl Woody
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Double check your low voltage settings on the Naza software. If it is hitting the low voltage cut off then the Naza would limit itself and land. I think default settings were around ~3.5v per cell in the Naza while loaded which would equate to ~3.8v unloaded. If possible try another battery but if you cannot and are still having problems I would point to the battery being the culprit.

Maybe you can go back to your LHS and see if they have a "spare" 4s lying around that you can test on... I used to be pretty cool with my local LHS and they would let me borrow parts to test in the parking lot on occasion when trouble shooting.
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