Evo 2 Drone IMU Calibration Tutorial
3 Axis IMU Calibration For The Evo 2 Drone
Performing an IMU calibration on your Autel Evo 2 drone is an important maintenance task that should be done regularly to ensure your drone is flying correctly. With the latest 2.5.12 update that was released in October 2020, Autel has given us the option to perform a manual 3 axis IMU calibration on our own. In this article, we’ll go over how to perform an Evo 2 drone IMU calibration from beginning to end.
To get started with the IMU calibration process, you’ll need to power on your drone and open up the Autel Explorer app. From there, navigate to the calibration menu and select the IMU calibration option. Make sure your drone is on a level surface and follow the on-screen instructions to calibrate each axis of the IMU. It’s important to follow the exact order given by the app to avoid any errors.
One thing to keep in mind when performing an IMU calibration on your Autel Evo 2 drone is that it’s best to do it in an area with minimal interference. This means avoiding areas with large metal objects or other sources of electromagnetic interference. Also, it’s a good idea to perform the calibration when the drone is cool and hasn’t been in use for at least an hour.
If you’re having trouble with your Evo 2 drone after upgrading to the latest software or experiencing any issues during the IMU calibration process, don’t worry! We’ve got you covered. In our instructional video, we’ll walk you through each step of the calibration process and show you how to avoid any common errors that can occur.
In conclusion, performing a manual 3 axis IMU calibration on your Autel Evo 2 drone is an important maintenance task that can help ensure your drone is flying correctly. By following the steps outlined in this article and our instructional video, you can perform an Evo 2 drone IMU calibration with confidence and keep your drone in top condition.