OPERATING MANUAL
GHOSTDRONE 2.0 VR
English
GHOSTDRONE 2.0 Operating Manual
includes packing list, assembly, parts
and specification information.
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GHOSTDRONE 2.0 VR
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Warning
Warning --------------------------------------------------03
Introduction
GHOSTDRONE ----------------------------------------05
VR Goggles----------------------------------------------05
Assembly
Propellers -----------------------------------------------06
Propeller Guards ---------------------------------------08
Accessories
Smart Flight Battery -----------------------------------09
3D Gimbal for Spherical Camera -------------------14
Spherical Camera -------------------------------------14
VR Goggles ---------------------------------------------15
Copter Indicator Lights Instructions -----------------21
Specifications
Specifications ------------------------------------------22
App Download
App Download -----------------------------------------25
Supported Device Requirements -------------------25
FAQ
FAQ ----------------------------------------------------- 26
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WARNINGS
Before flying, please consult flight documentation from the International Civil Aviation
Organization (ICAO) and Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) regarding unmanned
aircraft operation. The user is responsible for his or her actions and any ensuing consequences. Users are hereby advised that they are liable for the use of the GHOSTDRONE and any and all liability is solely theirs. Please fly responsibly.
1. If you are flying your GHOSTDRONE 2.0 for the first time, please fly it in an open area
in order to experience its various functions safely.
2. DO NOT fly in restricted air zones.
3. DO NOT fly near obstacles, people, power lines, trees, above waters or any other
environments which are not safe for flying.
4. The copter may not fly properly near tall buildings and metal structures due to GPS
interferences.
5. DO NOT fly in or around congested electromagnetic (EM) environments. The copter
must be kept at least 200 m (656 ft.) away from strong EM source to operate properly.
EM interference can cause a loss of communication with the copter and result in
damage to properties or hurting other people.
6. Do not fly the copter in adverse weather conditions, including extreme temperatures,
heavy snow, strong wind, storm or fog.
7. It is recommended to always retain line-of-sight with the copter during flight. Losing
sight of the copter may result in accidents.
8. GHOSTDRONE is not suitable for use by children under 14 years of age. Adult supervision is required if the copter is operated by children.
9. Please make sure your mobile device, VR goggles, and the copter have sufficient
battery before flying.
10. Stand clear of the copter (at least 5m or 16 ft.) with its head facing away from you
when ready to fly.
11.Compass must be re-calibrated if the icon in the App points at a significantly
different direction then the copter’s actual orientation. If the difference persists after
calibration, please choose a new environment for flying.
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12. To avoid injury, DO NOT approach or touch the propellers or motors while they are
spinning.
13. Keep the VR goggles within 3 meters from you during flight. DO NOT put the VR
goggles on the floor or in the pocket. If the the VR goggles is not near you, you may lose
connection with the copter.
14. Please keep an eye on the copter’s battery shown on the App interface. We strongly
suggest to land the drone when the battery is low.
15. Please tap Hover button in case of any emergencies. The copter will stop moving
and hover at its current position. If it fails to hover, please secure your personal safety
first.
16. For your safety, Avatar Mode will be unlocked after you have flown in Touch-to-go
Mode for 3 times. It is important for you to familiarize yourself with the Avatar manual
mode to ensure flight safety. In Avatar manual mode, the copter flies only using
gyroscope and accelerometer, other sensors are not used in this mode. This mode is
safe but users need to control every movement of the copter. If you are flying Avatar
manual mode for the first time, to ensure precise manual operation, please fly the copter
in open area and only use this mode when the copter is 30 meters above the ground.
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INTRODUCTION
With dual-sensor flight controller and high efficiency dynamic system, GHOSTDRONE 2.0
provides a safer and more stable fly experience. Its newly equipped smart batteries can
display real-time battery status so you can always keep track of your drone’s battery life. And
the GHOSTDRONE 2.0 Aerial version contains the 3D gimbal we developed, which ensures
the Spherical Camera to be always steady and stable and capable of recording all the exciting
moments in your life.
■GHOSTDRONE
Front Indicator Light
Copter Body
Copter Indicator Lights
Motor
Propeller
Smart Flight Battery
Mushroom Antenna
for GHOSDRONE
3D Gimbal for
Spherical Camera
Spherical Camera
Landing Gear
■VR goggles
1. 2.4G Antenna
2. ON/OFF
3. Channel Search
1
2
7. Vision Signal
8. Menu
3
4. Copter/ Front Camera
5.Power Indicator
9. Up
5 6
7
4
11
8
12
9
10
10. Down
11. 5.8G Mushroom Antenna
12. Lens
6.Data Signal
■Connect Device
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ASSEMBLY
Copter
Install the
propellers
Install the
propeller guards
(Optional)
Completed
Assembly
Propellers
GHOSTDRONE 2.0 uses 2-bladed 8.5-inch self-tightening propellers. Propeller nuts have two
colors, silver and black. Each indicates different rotating directions.
Legends
LOCK: Tighten the propeller in this direction.
UNLOCK: Remove the propeller in this direction.
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Installation
1. Put the copter upside down on soft surface to avoid scratches.
2. Match the silver nut propellers with the L motors (with silver motor shaft), and tighten the propellers
according to the LOCK instructions.
3. Attach the black nut propellers to the R motors in the same way.
Disassembling
Keep the motor deadlocked in place with one hand and remove the propeller according to the unlock
instructions.
Warning
1. Check that the propellers and motors are installed correctly and firmly before each flight.
2. It is necessary to check that all propellers are in good condition before take-off.
3. DO NOT use any aged, deformed or damaged propellers.
4. To avoid injury, DO NOT approach or touch the propellers or motors while they are spinning.
5. For a better flight experience, please use EHang proprietary propellers.
6.For a better and safer flight experience, please use original EHang propellers. EHang does
not offer warranty for propellers. If you need to replace your propellers, please go to our
website www.ehang.com
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Propeller Guards
Warning
Propeller guards must be installed when flying indoors. EHang will not be liable for any
accidents caused by not installing the propeller guards. However, guards are not recommended to be installed when flying in outdoor environments, the extra load and wind resistance of
installing the guards might have negative impact on flying experiences.
Installation: Place the guards over the copter. Use the screwdriver to tighten the 3 screws.
Disassemble: Unscrew the three holding screws and remove the guard.
Completed Assembly
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ACCESSORIES
Smart Flight Battery
Improper use of battery may lead to fire, explosion or other dangers. Please
be familiar with the product before using.
The smart flight battery is specially designed for the GHOSTDRONE 2.0, with capacity of 4500 mAh,
voltage of 14.8 V, charge-discharge management functionality and a smart display screen. The
battery should only be charged by EHang power adapter.
Battery Diagram
LCD Screen
Power Button
Indicator Light
Powering On
Press the power button shortly, then quickly press and hold the button again. Don’t release it until
the last letter “G” of logo “EHANG” fully appeared on the screen. The LED indicator light turns on once
the battery is turned on, referring to the diagram below.
Remaining
Total Voltage
Battery Remaining
Capacity
16.66 98%
4516
Remaining Battery Life
mAh
Main Interface
Note: When the battery is powered off, press the power button to check the battery life. (Main
interface will display for 3 seconds while the LED Indicator light stays off during the whole process.)
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After turning on the battery you can enter the battery status interface by clicking the on button, to
return to the main interface click the on button again.
16.66 98%
4516
mAh
4.162V
4.167V
4.161V
4.164V
Cell1:
Cell2:
Cell3:
Cell4:
Electronic Current
Number of Fully Charge
and Discharge Cycle
Battery Lifespan Percentage
Current:
Cycle:
Health:
Seperate
Chamber’s Voltage
-0.021A
6
99%
Secondary Interface
Powering Off
Press the power button shortly, then press and hold again until the ‘!’ of ‘SEE YOU !’ message
disappears on the screen.
SEE YOU!
Battery Removal & Installation
Remove Battery
Turn off the battery first. Hold the battery handles to remove it from the battery compartment.
Install Battery
Hold the battery handles and push the battery into the battery compartment until you hear a click.
Note: DO NOT remove or install the battery into the copter when it is powered on, otherwise the
battery will be damaged.
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Battery Charging
Connect the battery to the power adapter, and then connect the power adapter to a wall socket (use
the plug if necessary). Once connected successfully, the LED indicator light flashes slowly and the
screen displays current battery information as below:
Power Adapter
Battery
Remaining Time to
Fully Charge the Battery
Charging...
Remaining Battery Life
98%
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1.025A
16.690V
4.172V
4.177V
4.173V
4.170V
min
Charging Current
Sum Voltage
Seperate Chamber’s Voltage
Charging Interface
Battery Discharging
When the battery is discharging, the LED indicator light stays on and the screen displays as below:
Remaining
Discharge Time
Discharging...
Remaining Battery Life
97%
97
- 2.756A
16.541V
min
00:14
Discharge Interface
LED Indicator Light Instructions
Low frequency flash (Green)
Charging
High frequency flash (Green)
Low battery
Solid green
Working
Light off
Standby
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Discharging Current
Voltage
Accumulated
Discharging Time
Warning
1. Only the EHang power adapter should be used to charge the battery.
2. DO NOT use batteries from other companies for the GHOSTDRONE. EHang is not responsible for any accidents caused by third party batteries.
3. DO NOT use used LiPo batteries. EHang is not responsible for any dangerous accidents
caused by used batteries.
4. DO NOT use the battery if it is inflated, damaged or deformed. DO NOT charge or discharge
the battery if it is inflated, damaged or deformed.
5. DO NOT plug or unplug the battery into the copter when it is powered on, otherwise the
battery will be damaged.
6. DO NOT overcharge the battery. DO NOT “trickle” charge the battery.
7. DO NOT leave the battery unattended when charging for a long time.
8. DO NOT charge or store the battery under direct sunlight. Please store batteries at room
temperature. DO NOT store batteries under high or low temperature condition.
9. Recharge the battery only after it cools down to room temperature. Use the charged battery
only after it cools down to room temperature.
10. DO NOT use the battery in strong electrostatic or electromagnetic environments, otherwise
the electronic protection devices might be damaged leading to dangerous accidents.
11. DO NOT use any conducting wires or any metallic substance that would cause batteries to
develop a short circuit.
12. DO NOT attempt to dismantle the battery case. DO NOT attempt to dismantle, pierce or cut
a battery.
13. DO NOT discharge the battery below 3.0 V per cell. Ideally you never want to go below 3.2
V per cell to maintain a healthy battery. 2.9 V per cell and lower will cause permanent damage.
14. DO NOT leave the battery sitting around on a full charge for more than 2-3 days. If by the
3rd day you realize you are not going to use your battery, you need to discharge your battery
down to 3.6 V-3.8 V per cell for safe storage until you are ready to use the battery again.
15. Depending on how they are used, most LiPo batteries typically do not last longer than 300
charge cycles. Leaving the batteries around on a full or depleted charge all the time, running
them completely dead, or exposing them to high temperatures will shorten this lifespan dramatically.
16. Always pack your batteries in your carry-on bag and never in your checked baggage when
traveling on an airplane. It’s the law.
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Storage Instructions
1. The battery should be stored in an environment with the temperature of 23±5°C.
2. The battery must be stored in places away from children, water, fire and metal.
3. Always keep a Class D fire extinguisher near your battery charging/discharging and storage
area. The battery charging/discharging and storage area should be free from any materials
which can catch fire such as wooden tables, carpets, or gasoline containers. The ideal surfaces
for charging and storing batteries are concrete or ceramic.
4.DO NOT use your flight case/travel case for long term battery storage. The foam and plastic
in these cases can help spread a fire caused by batteries. Always use a fire proof container
such as a metal ammo box or fire proof safe for storage.
5. If the battery is not being used for more than 1 week, keep the battery capacity between 50%
to 60%. Charge and discharge the battery once every two months.
6. Do not discard batteries in general household waste. Damaged or unusable batteries must
be disposed in containers specially reserved for this purpose. When disposing of batteries,
follow appropriate local guidelines and regulations.
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3D Gimbal for Spherical Camera
The 3D Gimbal for Spherical camera is equipped with a specialized 3D gimbal. Its ultra-thin motor
makes it very light and responsive. The same time, we adopt the bracketing gimbal design makes the
gimbal and the camera more stable.
Damper
Micro USB connector
Hexagon socket head cap screws
Note: You can access the data in your camera by plugging the USB cable into the Micro USB port
on the gimbal.
Spherical Camera
Spherical camera is lightweight with a design that tremendously reduces wind friction, especially
under air turbulence when maneuvering at high speed. It has low picture deformation and performs
well under low illumination conditions.
Spherical camera supports up to 30 frames per second high quality video recording with 4K
resolution, and up to 12 mega pixel images. Standard storage is 16 GB Class 10 Micro SD card, and
supports up to 64 GB. Micro SD card with Class 10, UHS-1 or higher is recommended to support
high speed video data storage.
Lens
On/Off indicator light
Screw holes
How to use the camera
Turn On / Off:
The camera will turn on when the GHOSTDRONE is turned on;
The camera turns off when the GHOSTDRONE is off.
Recording: The indicator light on the camera will be on when the camera is turned on.
1) Press On/Off button on the camera when the indicator light is on, then the light will start
blinking which means the recording has started.
2) While recording, press the On/Off button to stop and the indicator light will stop blinking as
well to reflect the status.
App control
You can control the camera's start and stop recording in the flying interface of the App. Click the
camera recording icon once to start recording and click again to stop. You can also take photos by
clicking the photo button located next to the recording button (Note: Photos cannot be taken while
the camera is recording). You can change various settings regarding the video's size, frame rate and
standard in the camera settings menu in EHANG Play App.
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VR goggles
EHang VR goggles features data and real-time video transmission functions.
While wearing the goggles, users can easily see real-time image through head tracking as
well as adjusting pitch angles of the camera which is attached on GHOSTDRONE 2.0.
⑧
①
②
⑨
③
MENU
+
④
⑩
VIEW SWITCH
VISION
DATA
POWER
CHANNEL SEARCH
_
5.8G
2.4G
⑤
⑥
⑦
Above
①
②
③
④
⑤
⑥
⑦
⑧
Menu
Up
Down
5.8G Antenna Interface
⑨ Channel Search
⑩ ON/OFF
2.4G Antenna Interface
Vision Signal
Data Signal
Power Indicator
View Switch
Instructions
1. Install 5.8G antenna and 2.4G antenna to the corresponding antenna interfaces.
2.4G antenna
5.8G antenna
2. Press and hold the power button to turn on the VR goggles. Power indicator displays solid red.
DATA signal indicator flashes blue. After turning the VR goggles on, you can check the battery in the
lower right corner.
Press and hold
MENU
+
VIEW SWITCH
VISION
DATA
POWER
CHANNEL SEARCH
_
5.8G
2.4G
Battery xx%
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3. Bluetooth / Wi-Fi Connection
1) Android version: Launch the App to search for Bluetooth connection. Once the connection is
established, the DATA signal indicator will display solid blue.
2) iOS version: Turn the iPhone’s Wi-Fi switch on. Once the Wi-Fi connection is established, launch
the App, then the DATA signal indicator will display solid blue. And confirm Wi-Fi connection in App.
The name and password for goggle’s Wi-Fi is on the sticker on the bottom of the VR goggle.
Android:
iOS:
4. Tap “Bind” in the App, then turn on the GHOSTDRONE 2.0, data will be showed on the App
interface once binding successfully.
5. Press CHANNEL SEARCH button to automatically search for the right channel. Vision signal
indicator turns solid green from flashing when connection is successfully established.
Note: If the image is not clear enough, press CHANNEL SEARCH button to search again.
Press CHANNEL SEARCH
MENU
+
VIEW SWITCH
VISION
DATA
POWER
CHANNEL SEARCH
_
5.8G
2.4G
6. If you want to use the goggles to control the camera’s pitch angle, choose “Goggle”in Flight
settings in App before flight.
Gimbal with Spherical Camera
OK
Slider
Goggles
7. Put on the VR goggles, you can adjust the camera pitch
angle by looking up or down.
8. Press and hold the power button to turn off the VR
goggles if it is not in use.
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Note:Press the power button once after plugging in the cable to charge the VR goggles. Please
finish three times full charge and discharge when you use the goggles first time. That can make
the battery show more accurate.
Note:
1. Press VIEW SWITCH button to switch from video transmission mode to goggle front camera. Users
can watch the front view through the goggle front camera. To switch back to video transmission
mode, press this button again.
2. After automatically searching the channel successfully, the channel will be recorded and no need
to search again next time.
3. It is normal to observe some white noise on the screen.
Charging
You can charge the VR goggles by connecting it to a PC with a USB cable. It takes about 3 hours to
fully charge the goggles. When charging through a USB adapter, the required input current is 500 mA
or higher.
Note:Press the power button once after plugging in the cable to charge the VR goggles. Please
finish three times full charging and discharging when you use the goggles first time. That can make
the battery show more accurate.
Indicator Lights Instructions
Legend
High Frequency
Low Frequency Flash
Solid
Off
Power On
Power
Indicator
Battery life≤30%
Charging
Power Off/ Fully Charged
Data
Signal Indicator
Searching for Bluetooth
Bluetooth/ Wi-Fi Connects Successfully
Power Off
Image Transmission Mode On
Vision
Signal Indicator
Searches Channel Successfully.
Power off/ Switch to Front Camera
Menu Settings
The parameters in the menu have been correctly set to general settings before delivery. Adjust only
when necessary.
When turning the goggles on, press the MENU button to enter the menu. Press “+” or “-”button to
move up or down to choose the parameter for adjustment. Press the MENU Button again to select
the parameter. Adjust the parameter with the “+” or “-” button. Press MENU Button again to exit.
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Note:
1. After entering menu, if no further command is given in 2 seconds, the menu will disappear.
2. If unbale to find a clear channel, please enter into Menu to change the frequency band or switch
between CH NUM 32 or CH NUM 5.
B
6
Brightness
S
10
Saturation
C
8
Contrast
CH
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Current 5.8G Channel (Adjustable)
CH
SRCH
5.8G Automatically Search Channel
RESET DATA
Reset to Factory Settings
CONNECT ON
Connection Status
ANGLE ±90°
Head Tracking Angle
CH NUM 32
Frequency Band
EXIT MENU
Exit Menu
Head Tracking Angle
1.±45°
When the goggles head tracking range is set to ±45°, gimbal is more sensitive to head movement.
45°
30°
Look up 45°
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45°
90°
Look down 45°
2.±90°
When the goggles head tracking range is set to ±90°, gimbal is less sensitive to head movement.
90°
30°
Look up 90°
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90°
90°
Look down 90°
Warnings
1.Keep the smartphone and the VR goggles within 3 meters’ range when using the goggles.
2. Use the goggles in open space. Avoid using it around complex structures or dangerous
areas. (such as near cliffs)
3. Users with eye conditions are not recommended to use the VR goggles.
4. It is suggested not to wear the VR goggles continuously for over 90 minutes.
5.When the battery of the goggles is less than 10%, it is not suggested to keep using it. Please
recharge before using again.
6. Please get familiar with the Menu and the buttons’ functions before using the VR goggles.
7. DO NOT use the goggles in direct sunlight .
8. DO NOT dissemble or damage the case of the goggles.
9. DO NOT pierce or damage the adjustable headband.
10.DO NOT leave the goggles near combustibles or unattended when charging for a long time.
11.DO NOT bend the antennas on the goggles. If the antennas are damaged due to improper
use, EHang will not offer complimentary maintenance.
Storage Instructions
1. Please store the goggles at room temperature.
2. The goggles must be stored in places away from children, water, fire especially heat.
3. Do NOT discard batteries in general household waste. Damaged or unusable goggles
batteries must be disposed in containers specially reserved for this purpose. When disposing
of batteries, follow appropriate local guidelines and regulations.
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Copter Indicator Lights Instructions
On GHOSTDRONE 2.0, there are four arm indicator lights and one front indicator light. The front
indicator light displays multiple colors; the two front arm indicator lights display red; and the rear
two lights display blue.
The following chart describes the display status of the lights and their corresponding explanation.
Front Indicator Light:
Front Arm Indicator Light:
Rear Arm Indicator Light:
Legend
High Frequency
Low Frequency Flash
Front Indicator Light
Arm Indicator Light
After powering on, front indicator
light shows in white solid color
then flashes in blue and green at
high frequency until stop
Solid
Descriptions
Initializing.
Control signal not receive.
Flashes in yellow and blue at
low frequency alternately
High frequency flash (red)
Unlock check failed, do not unlock.
Low frequency flash (yellow)
GPS is not 3D locked. Unlock is only accessible
in manual mode.
Low frequency flash (blue)
GPS is 3D locked. Ready to unlock.
Solid yellow
GPS is not 3D locked. Unlock successful.
Solid green
GPS is 3D locked. Unlock successful.
Low frequency flash (yellow)
Low battery. (Not related to unlock or not.)
Aircraft Indicator Light Status Information Chart
Terminologies
3D Lock: Lock copter’s current three-dimension location using GPS.
High Frequency Flash: Flash rapidly.
Low Frequency Flash: Flash slowly.
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SPECIFICATIONS
Copter
Weight
1150 g (with battery and propeller, without propeller guards)
Shaft Distance
350 mm
Height
195 mm
Hover Accuracy
horizontal: ±1, vertical: ±0.2 m
Maximum Tilt Angle
±45°
Maximum Horizontal Speed
40 km/h (GPS mode) / 70 km/h (Manual mode)
Maximum Ascending Speed
2.5 m/s
Maximum Descending Speed
1.5 m/s
Maximum Hover Time
25 min
Communication Frequency
2.400 GHz - 2.483 GHz
Maximum Communication Distance
1000 m
Recommended Working Distance
500 m
Output Power
255 W (Hover) 450 W (Maximum)
Operating Temperature
-10°C - 40°C
Wind Resistance
<10.7 m/s (24 mph)
Smart Flight Battery
Weight
400 g
Type
LiPo 4S
Voltage
14.8 V
Current
4500 mAh (67 Wh)
Operating Temperature
-10°C~ +40°C
Maximum Charging Power
60 W
Charging Time
60 min ~70 min
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Power Adapter
Input Voltage
100 V~240 V
Input Current
2A
Input Frequency
50/60 Hz
Output 1
DC 16.8 V 3.5 A
Output 2
DC 5 V 2 A
Rated Power
60 W
Operating Temperature
0°C~40°C
Storage Temperature
-20°C~85°C
■3D
Gimbal for Spherical Camera
Weight
115 g
Static Accuracy
±0.03°
Dynamic Accuracy
±0.1°
Controllable Range
Yaw -45° to +45°/ Pitch Angle -90° to +30°
Supported Cameras
Spherical Camera
■ Spherical
Camera
Weight
45g
Dimension
57*49*45 mm
Lens
F/2.8 93°
ISO
100 – 800
Effective Pixels
12MP(12 mega pixel)
Video/Photo Format
MOV/JPG
Compressed Format
H.264
Video
4K@30fps
Maximum Continuous Shooting Speed
30 photo/s
Storage
Micro SD memory card with Class 10 or UHS-1 rating, up to 64 GB
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Live Stream Video
Frequency
5.725 GHz~5.850 GHz
Maximum Operating Distance
1000 m
Stable Transmission Distance
500 m
VR goggles
Communication
Bluetooth / Wi-Fi + 2.4 GHz Data Transmission + 5.8 GHz Video transmission
Weight
255 g
Power
4.5 W
Charging Voltage
DC 5 V
Battery
3.7 V 1700 mAh
Image Size
854*480
Interpupillary Distance(IPD)
63 mm
Battery Life
60 min
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App Download
App Download
Option① Visit official website www.ehang.com to download EHANG Play App
Option② Search and download EHANG Play Android version in Google Play
Option③ Search and download EHANG Play iOS version in App Store
Supported Device Requirements
Android: Android 4.0 or above.
iOS: iOS 8.0 or above.
Note:
Please visit: www.ehang.com to download EHANG Play App Manual and learn how to use the App.
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FAQ
Copter
1. Is the VR goggles compatible with both Android and iOS?
Not. GHOSTDRONE 2.0 VR goggles is not compatible with both Android and iOS. You should
choose what kind of goggles you want.
2. What’s the battery capacity? How long is the charging time?
GHOSTDRONE 2.0 is equipped with 4500-mAh 4S Lithium polymer smart flight battery. The battery’s
LCD screen displays information including battery capacity, voltage, remaining capacity etc. The
charging time is about 60 to 70 minutes, which will also be displayed on the screen during charging.
3. What’s the maximum flight time of GHOSTDRONE 2.0?
Flight time will vary depending on flight environment and flight mode. Under optimal condition, the
maximum flight time for GHOSTDRONE 2.0 is 25 min. Please note that adding on gimbal, camera or
other accessories will decrease the flight time.
4. How far and high can the GHOSTDRONE 2.0 fly?
The effective communication distance depends on the flight environment.
Under optimal conditions, GHOSTDRONE 2.0 can fly up to 1000 m (3,280 ft.) away from the mobile
device and VR Goggles.
5. Are gimbals of GHOSTDRONE 2.0 Aerial and Aerial+ compatible with other sports camera?
GHOSTDRONE 2.0 Aerial’s 3-axis gimbal is compatible with EHang sports camera, GoPro3,
GoPro3+ and GoPro4.
6. Can the propeller guards and landing gears be used at the same time?
Yes. Propeller guards must be installed when flying indoors. If users fly GHOSTDRONE without
propeller guards, EHang shall not bear any liability or responsibility for any accident arised from this
reason.
7. Does GHOSTDRONE 2.0 have obstacle avoidance?
Obstacle avoidance function is currently unavailable for GHOSTDRONE 2.0. Please beware of the
flight environment and it is highly recommended to fly the aircraft in an open area.
8. Can I modify the GHOSTDRONE 2.0?
It is strongly not recommended to modify GHOSTDRONE 2.0 for the sake of safety. Please use
EHang accessories only as well as reading through the manuals or consulting EHang’s customer
service staff. EHang is not responsible for any damages or loss caused by unsupervised modification
or mounting on GHOSTDRONE 2.0.
9. Can GHOSTDRONE 2.0 Aerial be upgraded by adding gimbals or other accessories?
Yes. GHOSTDRONE 2.0 Aerial can be upgraded to GHOSTDRONE 2.0 VR by adding the 3D gimbal
and VR goggles.
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10.Can the VR goggles be used on other devices? Can the VR goggles be used with EHang
FPV monitor at the same time?
VR goggles real-time image transmission relies on the 5.8G analog signals, thus it can also be used
with any similar transmitter.
While using the VR goggles, FPV monitor can also be used to search for the same channel to watch
the same images. But only the VR goggles can offer the head tracking function.
App
11. Why i am not able to discover bluetooth or Wi-Fi’s name?
Please restart the VR goggles and reinitiate VR goggles search in App.
12. What will happen if the smartphone runs out of battery during flight?
If the copter does not receive any command in 5 seconds or lost communication, in the case of
accurate GPS, it will automatically return. (battery life should be sufficient.); In the case of inaccurate
GPS, it will land automatically.
Troubleshooting
13. Battery has been plugged in, VR goggles have been connected with the App, but the
aircraft does not response. What should I do?
Please check if the Bluetooth / Wi-Fi has been connected successfully (Bluetooth / Wi-Fi icon lights
on). Check if all statistics including satellite number, heartbeat and battery life are all displayed
normally on the App interface. If nothing above is abnormal, please turn off all devices and restart the
App, then try to connect again.
14.What should I do if I click unlock but the propeller don’t work?
Solution 1: Please check if battery has been turned on. Then check if the Bluetooth / Wi-Fi has been
connected successfully (Bluetooth / Wi-Fi icon lights on). Check if all statistics including satellite
number, heartbeat and battery life are all displayed normally. If nothing above is abnormal, please turn
off all devices and restart the App, then try to connect again.
Solution 2: If the copter’s front indicator light constantly flashes red, wait for a while. If the front
indicator light still flashes red and the copter can not be unlocked, please turn off all devices and
restart the App, then connect again.
Solution 3: If solution 1 and 2 do not solve the problem, try to reinstall the EHANG Play App and
connect VR Goggles again.
15.What should I do if there is no response after choosing Companion Mode?
Please make sure you allow the EHang Play App to access your GPS location of your cellphone
otherwise the Companion Mode can not be activated.
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