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01-06-2015 09:57 PM  3 years agoPost 1
WyDiablo

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I hope I have better luck here than I have on other forums so here goes with the problem I have with the 680MM Pro.

Whats crazy is #1 motors starts up no problem the other 5 will not. I have conductivity on both the negative and positive motor wire going to the esc's on all three motor connection plugins. I also have conductivity all around the pcb board and also have 22 to 23 volts going to each motor thru the pcb. When I use a 6-wire servo connection going from the throttle connection on the rx to all 6 motors I get nothing. I also switched out to another X8R rx and got the same thing. I can remove the motor servo wire from position #1 and then plug in motor #2 and nothing happens. These esc's and motors were moved from my X4 qaud to my Tarot along with 2 new motors and 2 new esc's which I have calibrated already and they both ran ok. I have recently downloaded and installed the new dji V2 software assistant and also installed the new V2 drivers to upgrade my Naza M V1 to a V2. Also I have calibrated all the sticks in the assistant and did the advanced calibration on the IMU and everything checks out ok. All sticks show center on the stick calibration and they are moving in the correct was.

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01-07-2015 02:51 PM  3 years agoPost 2
WyDiablo

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I finally found the problem to my Tarot 680 motors not arming. And it came down the my PDB gone bad.

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01-07-2015 11:03 PM  3 years agoPost 3
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glad you found it.

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01-13-2015 02:22 AM  3 years agoPost 4
WyDiablo

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Well after soldering in a new PDB I still have the same problems. But I really think it's my Naza M

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01-14-2015 02:26 AM  3 years agoPost 5
ShankBones

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Hello Diablo, when you say that only the #1 motor starts and not the others, is this when you first initiate motor idle speed at start up with the sticks together?

If the motor idle speed is set too low in the Assistant software, together with the esc's not calibrated evenly can give you a sense of a bad start up.. You can try to raise the "Motor Idle Speed" to the next level and see if it works.

The only other thing that happen to me, I had the esc wires plugged in upside down in the MC

Good Luck!!

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01-14-2015 02:33 AM  3 years agoPost 6
WyDiablo

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Well my esc's are plugged into the naza with the signal wire up and I have calibrated all 6 esc's one at a time and then I gave each motor throttle and each motor spooled up correctly. I have moved my idle speed from recommended to very high and nothing. I deleted the software and drivers from my pc and then reloaded them back in to see if that made any difference and only #1 motor will spin. While testing the motors in the assistant I can get #1 motor o spin but not the other 5. Also I can connect the esc servo leads directly to my rx and all 6 motors will spin. But if I connect them to the naza I get nothing.

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01-14-2015 03:40 AM  3 years agoPost 7
ShankBones

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Well my esc's are plugged into the naza with the signal wire up
Hmmm, My Naza-M V2 signal wire faces downward. Does the Naza-M V1 signal wire plug in opposite than my V2??

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01-14-2015 03:36 PM  3 years agoPost 8
WyDiablo

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Yes on the Naza M V1 the signal wire faces up

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01-15-2015 02:35 AM  3 years agoPost 9
WyDiablo

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The servo wires from the motors esc's that plug into the naza on the motor side the signal wire is on top when plugged in

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