*For all links metioned in the video, please scroll to the bottom of the article.
Josh and Eric are back with the Naze 32 Setup this week.
With the Naze being a fan favorite for race quads, we will be using one on the Electrohub. Eric made this one special.
Most boards come without the pins soldered in, so Peter helped walk through the process of getting the board ready for programming.
Eric and Josh cover what you will see when plugging in the board for the first time, and explain how to select the proper configuration.
Eric made the arms for the Quad special, and are now on our store! Check them out and pick up your own pair!
Eric explains how he set up his arming switch, as well as Atti and Manual flight modes.
The race quad handles better then expected! Easily zipping around at a good pace.
The Naze works well for acrobatics, easily doing forward and backward tumbles, as well as rolls.
With this being a basic Naze setup video, we will be working in the future with more tips on the board.
For Balancing your Props, check out the article here: http://flitetest.com/articles/balancing-props
For Oscar Liang's in-depth article on PiD tuning, click here: http://blog.oscarliang.net/quadcopter-pid-explained-tuning/
For the Drivers needed to pull up the Naze Board on your computer, clikc here: http://www.silabs.com/products/mcu/pages/usbtouartbridgevcpdrivers.aspx