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Changing Precision Navigation Module Offsets

You may need to change the offset values if you mount your sensor in a different location (e.g. a different gimbal port on a dual-payload drone).

Step 1: Open the SlantRange Toolbox

Toolbox

Step 2: Power on the sensor

Step 3: Connect to the sensors WiFi (password: slantrange)

Connecting to Wifi

Step 4: Click on the Sensor Calibration option

Toolbox 2

Step 5: Enter hotkey Alt+C (press at the same time)

Step 6: Select the Precision Navigation Module icon

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Step 7: Enter the values that are assigned to your system. 

Aircraft/Sensor Configuration Configuration 1  Configuration 2 Configuration 3
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Aircraft M200/M210 M200/M210 M210
GPS Antenna Location DJI GPS Antenna Mounts DJI GPS Antenna Mounts SlantRange GPS Antenna Mounts
Sensor Mount Location Single Sensor Mount Dual Sensor Mount
Starboard Side (Right side of aircraft)
Single Sensor Mount
GPS1_X -0.075 -0.075 0
GPS1_Y -0.16 -0.24 -0.16
GPS1_Z -0.235 -0.235 -0.235
GPS2_X -0.075 -0.075 0
GPS2_Y 0.16 0.08 0.16
GPS2_Z -0.235 -0.235 -0.235

Aircraft/Sensor Configuration

Configuration 4 Configuration 5 Configuration 6

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Link   Link
Aircraft M210 M300 M300
GPS Antenna Location SlantRange GPS Antenna Mounts SlantRange GPS Antenna Mounts SlantRange GPS Antenna Mounts
Sensor Mount Location Dual Sensor Mount
Starbord Side (Right side of aircraft)
Single Sensor Mount Dual Sensor Mount
Port Side (Left side of aircraft)
GPS1_X 0 -0.002 -0.002
GPS1_Y -0.24 -0.19 -0.11
GPS1_Z -0.235 -0.27 -0.27
GPS2_X 0 -0.002 -0.002
GPS2_Y 0.08 0.19 0.27
GPS2_Z -0.235 -0.27 -0.27

Example:

NAV Module Configuration (1)

Step 8: Click Update