|Roll motor is not horizontal levelled||Please make a Gyro & ACC calibration described in the user manual.|
|The system starts vibrating while moving the gimbal 90° forward (brief case position)||Figure out which motor is causing the vibrations, in this case it is most likely caused by the Pitch motor. If so decrease the D-value of the Pitch slightly or change Motor power value of Pitch.|
|Pitch motor is suddenly missing steps while moving up or down.||
Ensure proper balancing of the camera. Increase motor power of Pitch motor.
|System starts vibrating while moving||Figure out which motor is causing the vibrations, and decrease the D-value of the related axes or change Motor power value of related axes.|
|System is slightly drifting on the yaw axis.||
Poor Gyro calibration of Frame IMU.
Frame IMU needs to be re-calibrated.Note: Frame IMU must be calibrated via SimpleBGC Software installed on your PC, MAC or Android App (SimpleBGC32)
|While moving forward (brief case position) roll axis keeps not straight and is moving slightly to left or right.||Poor ACC & Gyro calibration of Camera IMU. Please make a Gyro & ACC calibration described in the user manual.|
|System is flattering in each direction.||
Wrong Motor setup. Hold the gimbal steady and start “Auto” for the Motors in the Basic Tab of SimpleBGC GUI. Ensure that all motor poles are set to “14”.
After that perform a calibration for Camera and Frame IMU sensors.Video: https://youtu.be/vOEP65UFV9w
|System starts beeping continuously.||Check battery level. Battery might be exhausted. Charge battery or connect the external battery.|
|System starts beeping and battery is fully charged.||
Check battery level in the SimpleBGC GUI on the right bottom corner.
Battery calibration might be necessary. Please follow the instruction for battery calibration.
|Roll and pitch not in level even after ACC & Gyro calibration||
Verify in the RC –Tab of the SimpleBGC GUI the “Initial angle” of each axes. Initial angle need to be set to “0”.Note: Operations like “Set tilt angles by hands”, “Swap RC Roll-Yaw” or “Swap RC Pitch – Roll” will save their angles to this field, too.