Hi to everyone,
I am using an IRIS quadrotor and I noticed already one thing that I don't like too much but I think there should be an explanation for that but I would like to know if someone of you knows more.
Why is it not possible to have a switch to disconnect the battery?
My question is driven by the impression that when I connect the battery the quadrotors does (after about 4 seconds) the calibration of the sensors and especially of the accelerometers. If it does that while the quadrotor is still inclined then the IRIS will see as horizontal direction a wrong one. The result will be that at beginning when it will fly , it will do pitching immediately in a certain direction which is relative to the inclination of the IRIS while calibrating.
For this reason I would like to know if there is a way to disconnect the battery with a switch, in this way I could insert the battery and only when the quadrotor is on a flat surface connect it to the drone.
Thanks for your help.