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Old 12-19-2012, 11:24 AM   #41
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That's what is was thinking about the ESC hot wire. I have the ICE 100 and it does have a 5 amp BEC. I had both ESC and BEC plugged in to the MC and during setup and it tried to spool-up off the flight pack feeding back through the BEC. I unplugged two of the motor wires after that. Didn't have enough amps or volts to do much but that's not what you want to have happen when you don't expect it.

I already had this heli setup in my TX and set up a new model as suggested by the quick start guide so all I need to do is copy the settings of the original. Also thought this must be the case but couldn't find it in writing any where.

Now if the weather will settle down, we'll see if this one flies as well as what I've seen in some of the videos.

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Old 12-19-2012, 10:08 PM   #42
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DJI Has Already Released Formally Naza Series Product——Naza-H GPS Helicopter System.

In order to help customers get rid of some confusions about Naza-H GPS functions, a thread created.

Naza-H GPS is not only an autopilot stabilization system (Attitude Mode & Gps Attitude Mode) included following all other DJI existing helicopter autopilot system, Ace One, Ace Waypoint and WooKong-H/WooKong-H Lite, but is a Flybarless System with very good performance ((Including Pirouette Compensation, Auto Trim, Suitable for Different Flying Styles, etc). You can check the video below.

Therefore, Naza-H is a good option for Flybarless System 3D Flight and Autopilot Stabilization Flight.

Naza-H Main Features:
All-in-One Design
Built-in Tail Gyro/Flybarless Supported
Support for Multiple Electric Helicopter Platforms
Advanced Attitude and Control Algorithm
Optional GPS Module
Multiple Flight Control Modes/Intelligent Switching
D-Bus Supported
Independent LED Module
Semi-auto Take-off & Landing (Will Be Available in The Following New Firmware)

Welcome your discussion, feedback and questions about Naza-H GPS?

DJI Naza-H Setup Demostration:



DJI Naza-H Assistant Software Configuration:



DJI Naza-H 3D Flight


DJI Naza-H GPS Atti.Mode with Position Lock
Could use it to fly 6-axis UFO?
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Old 12-20-2012, 07:56 PM   #43
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I'm still unsure about the difference between wookong-h and naza-h...
Ok, wookong-h has built in governor. Thats it? I mean with this huge price difference it can't be the only point? I mean for that money i can get plenty of standalone governors?

I plan to purchase one of these systems for my "vario benzin trainer" which is a gasser...
Of course I would be willing to go for the more expensive version (wookong-h) if I'd unterstand the advantage, but so far I don't.

Can you help me with my decission? Just don't wanna buy the wrong system...
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Old 12-21-2012, 04:15 AM   #44
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Well they don't recommend the Naza-H for anything other than electric. Gasser is the worst for vibration so probably not a great idea.
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Old 12-21-2012, 09:24 AM   #45
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Heliberry the WKH is a scale controller, no 3D. Right now functionally beyond that there are only a few differences, one of which is auto-takeoff and landing. DJI says the Naza H will eventually have this feature, but it does not yet. However, those differences will eventually expand. There has been talk that the WKH may eventually have gimbal control for possibly the ZenMuse for GoPro?? So a smaller A/P platform. It has been over a year since the WKH software has been updated. Right now no one knows and all of this is speculation. I have both and plan on maidening my Naza H this weekend.
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Old 12-30-2012, 11:02 AM   #46
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First of all, THANK YOU for your reply!
Just testet the Wookong-H in our Nitro-Heli:




Next step will be the building of the Vario Acrobatic (Gasser) and integrate the DJI there...
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Old 01-14-2013, 10:29 AM   #47
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Ok so what are the differences between the Naza H and the Wookong system?Gh
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Old 01-15-2013, 10:39 AM   #48
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Looks like the difference is about 800$ and they re-phrased many features. Ex they say return to home after 10s signal loss with the NAZA but with the WOOKONG they say it enters Atti Mode. From what i can read it will stay still.

I'm in the market for a flybarless controller with return to home right now. I think NAZA-H will be the one i'll try.

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Can it be confirmed that the return to home function is available in the NAZA-H because i can read that the function exist on the product description of the website but in the manual and release notes its not there.

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Old 01-26-2013, 09:45 PM   #49
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Default Self leveling bail out

Does this have a feature similar to the brain or the Skookum 720?
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Old 01-26-2013, 10:23 PM   #50
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Depends which feature you mean...

It has a similar feature to the self level assistance on the SK720 (and perhaps Brain - not familiar with it) but it doesn't have a bail out mode.
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Old 01-29-2013, 08:44 AM   #51
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With the SK720 and the brain/Ikon, there is a feature that allows you to setup a switchable bank with "self level" enabled. So you fly on one of the banks with self level turned off and in the event you become disoriented or realize you going to lawn dart it you switch to the bank with self level enabled and save the heli.

I was just wondering if this is possible with the NAZA.
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Old 01-29-2013, 10:43 AM   #52
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Yeah that's the bailout mode.

The Naza does not have this specific function (at least not at this time). If you are just flying around upright and lose orientation then you can centre the sticks and engage Atti/GPS Atti but it isn't designed to rescue the heli. It says not to engage from inverted and wants centred sticks, so it's not a true bail out system.

If this feature and GPS are important to you I recommend taking a look at the SK720 + GPS, I think the GPS module is supposed to be released very soon.
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Old 01-29-2013, 01:09 PM   #53
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Thanks for the answer. I have two projects on the table. One using a SK720 and the other a brain. I saw the Naza with GPS on a Synergy heli this weekend and I was impressed to say the least.. It's not every day you see a R/C heli hold a steady hands off hover in a 15mph cross wind with NO drift or change in altitude. And the unit is very competively priced!
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Old 01-29-2013, 02:48 PM   #54
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Yeah it is, but I think it's primary aim (with GPS at least) is the hobby FPV/AP market or even taking some of the scale market which the wookong was originally largely aimed at.

If you are looking for a pretty competitively priced GPS enabled system that can allow you to fly around in a self-stabilised manner and auto hover when you release the sticks then it's great. If you want it to save you from dumb thumbs while flying 3D or advanced aerobatics then its not the system to go for... As I say for this I think the SK-GPS will be hard to best with the hard deck and advanced bailout features.
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Old 02-04-2013, 04:50 PM   #55
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Ok I have a Blade 450x with spectrum DX6i. I've started to practice getting it light and moving it around. Seems scary to me to attempt to do any more so I was thinking of adding the naza-h to help me learn. I know I need to upgrade the tx to at least a spectrum 7 channel. One question is....is that all I need to make it work? Do I eliminate the Beast-x receiver and just use the new 7 channel receiver? Also any other input would be appreiciated about attempting to do this. Thanks alot. You guys are awesome the way you help us nubes. Thanks.
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Old 02-06-2013, 12:42 AM   #56
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Youngo,

A Naza H and a 7 channel Tx and Rx is all you need. It is recommended that you have a BEC for powering the Naza. DJI has one that is very nice. I already had a CC BEC Pro mounted on my Trex 550 so I am using that. Try the Naza H with GPS. If you can take off and land in manual, ATTI and GPS will give you an opportunity to practice orientation in a less stressful manner.
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Old 02-06-2013, 12:32 PM   #57
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Thanks Ed,
I guess I dont under stand why I would need a BEC. The way I understand it the ESC (built in BEC?) provides power to the stock AR7200Bx recever. Would that not work in the case of the NAZA for some reason? It looks like the stock receiver receives power through the throttle channel? and the NAZA needs a separate power source? Am I correct in understanding thats what the dfference is?
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Old 02-06-2013, 01:10 PM   #58
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Another question. I'm assuming the BEC gets hardwired to the Main Battery feed of ESC? Do you have to open wire insulation and solder to that? Does BEC have any connector as to allow a splitter cable? Just wondering how guys are connecting BEC to Main Battery. Thanks Again
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Old 02-06-2013, 02:17 PM   #59
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Another question. I'm assuming the BEC gets hardwired to the Main Battery feed of ESC? Do you have to open wire insulation and solder to that? Does BEC have any connector as to allow a splitter cable? Just wondering how guys are connecting BEC to Main Battery. Thanks Again
My Naza Bec is connected direct to main leads of the ESC.
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Old 02-06-2013, 03:05 PM   #60
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If you want it to save you from dumb thumbs while flying 3D or advanced aerobatics then its not the system to go for... .
Can you explain this? Why is Naza H not ideal for bailout? I have been looking at this compared to HC and SK and trying to understand the differences.
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