No I have not. Not having any details of the setup. Was it Semtex? C4?
Now what did our illustrious terrorist have access to? Black powder? Dynamite? A bunch of powder from some 105 shells??
I will say this.
The first quad was sitting on the ground with an explosive charge under it...
Explosives work a little funny. Take a "cartridge" and throw it into a fire. Most people expect the actual "bullet" to detonate and to go flying off as if it was shot from a weapon. Not so. The two basic components of a cartridge are the bullet and the case. The case being substantially lighter...
Have a 501s. Have not had that issue.
I would remove the battery from the transmitter for a while. Recharge or change it out. And rebind the transmitter to the quad.
Probably not the answer. But sometimes it's better to be lucky than good. :-)
I saw you are smack dab in the middle of "down under" . Those names all sound familiar from my ole aussie army buddies. Been a long time since you seen the ocean?
Yeah well if you check my history on here you may see some "feet conflict going on" hahaha
Not that they are necessarily a big help sometimes. Have you tried the web site?
I used to have good luck with their customer service in the past. But based on recent events. Not so good anymore.
IT is coming out wrong for some reason!!!!
Not my nimble fingers LOL
If you have not figured it out.
The main menu shows FORUM. Then you get a list of quads. Pick yours.
Funny part is Hubs anus .com I know I'm still a teenager at heart o_O
Your very welcome and I will accept that on behalf of all who have served and are serving today! Army 65-68.
Thank You for your Service also!
Hubsan had an online forum and one still shows in their menu.
There were some very knowledgeable members on there and Hubsan reps. Unfortunately it has...
I have the 501s with the 906. No big difference I think.
Are you saying that all parameters on display show 0? Like height and battery etc? Does it show the camera?
Either way, I would try to rebind the transmitter/controller to the quad.
Take your 'telemetry free" quad and set it 400 feet away from you. Hold a ruler at arms length. Guesstimate the measurement of your quad.
Then if you want to know (approximately of course) if your approaching or at the legal altitude and the quad is directly overhead. Hold up your ruler and do...