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05/27/2014

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Bo Lorentzen

Hey Tom, you need to push the quad 30+ feet away (10+m) at that point you can switch into IOC which means the quad will move as you see it, regardless of the orientation. switch OUT of IOC on the way back, I suggest flying tail-in and switching out so you maintain control once you pass the 10m boundary where it turns off automatically.

Tom

Hey Bo, just got my x350 pro and i'm pretty happy with it, just a few unanswered questions I can't find anywhere on internet, mainly around IOC how to use it? and how does it work on the walkera?

Bo Lorentzen

Hello Faruk, LOL thats a huge question, but basically none of the 250 size quads were intended for mission planning, however nothing keep you from ripping out the flight-controller and replacing it with a full-on APM unit.

Faruk

Hi Bo,

Is there a such animal as 250 with mission planner kit. If so brand/make and where to buy one? What also would be the flight time?

Bo Lorentzen

Hey Dwayne, its posted in the files here its the same as the 350 since its all mission planner :-) https://www.facebook.com/groups/1616876018546562/

Dwayne C

Hi Bo,

Just wondering if you can post the link again for the LVC fix. I'm new to multirotors and looking at purchasing this quad. and I'd rather it not fall out of the sky randomly.

Thanks in advance.

Bo Lorentzen

Hey Jacki, YES these will work together, however there is already a receiver in the 350, you simply need to setup the F12e radio for the 350.

jacki

Hi bo...
i have the devo12e radio and RX1202 reciver. i want to buy the QRx350 quad. I want to ask you whether these three elements can work together? Is there a video that explains how to connect the receiver to the X350?
Thanks
Jacki

Bo Lorentzen

Hey Terry, I did not say I would research by reading a few hundred messages, then find a answer for you and copy-paste to a email, :-)
I said that we have spend amazing time collecting information on Facebook and that you might benefit from checking it out :-) good luck with it.

Terry

Bo,
I have been talking to you about gimbal wiring to the receiver, I don't do Facebook. The wiring for PIT, Roll and aux to what channel on the receiver? You said you cut and paste the info via email but I did not get it, my email is n4rq@yahoo.com, if you could help it would be great I have searched the web with no luck.
Thanks Terry

Bo Lorentzen

Hey o0vamp0o, you can fly 10.000 may if you like.. but you are wasting resources, because when you hang more weight on the 350pro.. it will fly less time because its now heavier :-)

Bo Lorentzen

Hey Terry, no office, already did copy & paste the answer to you. FB is not the end of the word (though close) ;-)

o0vamp0o

hi i have the x350 quad and have the 5200mha battery can i connect the x2 two 6200mha batterys to it for longer flight time or are the x350 voltage only run at 6200mha max as u can put the twin 2500mha or up to 6200mha i just dont wont to overload the mainboard regards o0vamp0o

Terry

Bo,
I am not a Facebook guy can you maybe cut and paste and email me the info
Thanks Terry

Bo Lorentzen

Hey Terry, thats a greater issue, hop to the Facebook support page here
https://www.facebook.com/groups/WalkeraQRX350Pro/

Terry

Bo,
On my 350 Pro I found my gamble wires just laying lose by the receiver, can you tell me which channels to plug them into they are labeled PIT, ROLL and AUX ?
I hope you can help
Thanks Terry

Bo Lorentzen

Hey Glen, If you are getting the F7 with your 350pro, don't start editing the settings as you can easily loose some of the functions :-)

Good suggestion, I will look at doing a generalized radio video. thank you :-)

Bo Lorentzen

Hey Tenzin, no idea how you managed that. the group is private and focused strictly on owners. getting kicked out takes some serious commitment :-)

Glenn

I'm anxiously awaiting the arrival of my QR X350Pro, but I've already downloaded the users manuals for both the X350Pro and the Devo F7 transmitter. Here's my question: there are a number of settings referenced in the Devo F7 manual, but to me they are not clear as to exactly what they do (in a practical sense). Bo, could you do a YouTube video explaining some of the more useful settings? I've watched all your videos on the X350Pro, and they are very good and very helpful. Thank you.

Tenzin

This so-called X350 Pro Support Group in Facebook kicked me out for no reason. And I didn't even post anything offensive on the page. How can it be a support group when it's set to secret? The content and discussion should be open to public. It's not like the X350 Pro is some kind of secret military weapon

Bo Lorentzen

Hello Claudio, sorry for the slow reply.

the first times may be taking more time. leave it outside with power for 10-15 minutes and see what kinda signal you get. Even small villages on the dolomites normally have GPS signal. make sure you have a clear view of open sky.. with 120deg view of the sky so it can see enough satellites.

Claudio Gobber

Hello, I have just got my new qr x 350 pro and after the binding before doing compass calibration it doesn't pick up any satellite signal .. no green light flashing on the right. Do you think that I'm doing something wrong? is it possible that in my area there is not satellite coverage? small village on the dolomites in Italy. Sorry to bother I'm new to drones. Thanks a lot Claudio G.

Bo Lorentzen

Hey Terry, thats probably because some 350pro's were shipped without a cable connecting the pitch port on the RX with the gimbal. contact your distributor for the cable / instructions or ask for a unit with the cable installed correctly :-)

Terry

Bo,
Got my 350 pro togather when I power it up my camera points up and can not trim it down with the transmitter? I have I video ok any idea?
Terry

Bo Lorentzen

Hey Steve,
I have been told that you can swap the TALI GPS in for the stock one. it will eliminate the need for the leg mounted compass.

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