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    Naza m v2 Low Voltage alert battery question

    Does anyone know about the low-voltage protection with the Naza m v2 what should I set the No Load voltage value to? And the Loss Voltage value?

    I am using a 4S 3000ma 20C battery

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    Don't bother with it, turn it off and buy a low volt alarm off eBay or something for around $5... Most of us on here have done that...
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    Aye, what deanot says.
    However, if you want to use it you need to calculate the loss yourself. There are guides on here and other forums on how to do it.
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    Yah turn it off, itll give more trouble than it will help

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