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Old 05-12-2020, 07:25 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default How to CALIBRATE of XK110 in 6 axis gyro stabilization mode??

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How to do CALIBRATION of XK110 heli in 6 axis gyro stabilization on???????

My sawash plate is leveled and it does fly great and stable in 3G mode , but in 6G it pulling towards the left and needs cyclick to compensate.

The manual is not clear at all, such broken english is not understood much. Thanks.
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Old 05-16-2020, 03:45 PM   #2 (permalink)
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XK K110 6G/3D Calibration: https://www.helifreak.com/showthread.php?t=750913
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So far I have not got the 6G mode working reliably on several V5 and V6 boards.

Maybe it gets better once I have exchanged the main brushless motors where the bell slips up.

First I have to repair BNF #3 (with a different 3mm foam pad) but as this is the V5 board I do not get my hopes up that I get the 6G mode working for any rescue stuff.

Throttle hold is your best friend.
We do not really need this weird stability stuff on a 60g heli.

Also I would want to balance the main blades and get the blade tracking right.
At the moment I have no idea how to do this.
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Old 05-18-2020, 01:53 AM   #4 (permalink)
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Mine wass giving me fits in 6g. Flipping the switch on the bench with no throttle would cause the servos to move appreciably no matter how many calibration flights I did. Sometimes one way; sometimes another.

This method may burn through several packs, but for me the servos now barely twitch when bench-flipping the 6g switch.

First do a 3g calibration. Exit 3g calibration mode.
Flip the 6g switch and do a low hands-free hover observing drift. Now enter 6g calibration mode.
Get the heli light on the skids and poke the cyclic stick a couple times in the opposite direction of the drift. Just do one direction at a time (first elevator; then ailerons or vice-versa). Exit calibration after each adjustment and repeat.

I went through 4 batteries and only have it EXTREMELY close but not perfect. Good enough. Almost no 6g bench-twitch and very minimal 6g drift.
Do the 3g calibration first (bottom left throttle; bottom right cyclic sticks).
Then do the 6g calibration (full back cyclic stick).

It will probably take a little while but this should minimize 6g drift and switch-twitch.
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