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PostPosted: Wed 02. Jan 2019 18:19:59 
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Does Spirit know heli orientation (yaw / pitch / roll) in some absolute form, without GeoLink?
I mean, if I take off the heli oriented to north, is it possible for Spirit to know this angle after 2 minutes of flying?

If this would be possible, then transmitting this data over telemetry would open a lot of possibilities, especially for OpenTX. For example showing you on screen heli yaw in case you've flown too far and see a dot in the sky.


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PostPosted: Wed 02. Jan 2019 18:28:37 
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After some think I guess Spirit must know this, at least the pitch and the roll, otherwise it couldn't perform the rescue. So I guess it knows some kinf if "absolute" yaw too?


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