dji S800 User manual

Spreading Wings S800 EVO
User Manual
V 1.10
February 07, 2014 Revision
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Profile
S800 EVO is a multi-rotor designed for aerial photograph which integrates reinforced mechanical structures,
stabilized dynamical system and high-efficiency power supply. Integrated designs make assembly and configuration
become especially easy and fast; retractable landing gear, foldable propellers and collapsible GPS Mount are
conveniently portable for optimal user experiences. Retractable landing gears and vibration dampers coordinate to
create omnidirectional aerial view and high quality photograph. Combined with professional DJI multi-rotor
autopilot system S800 EVO will achieve hovering, cruising and other steady flight elements, which can be applied
for aerial photography and other aero-modeling activities.
240mm(Diameter)
m
5m
15 op )
(T idth
W
3 5 0mm
(Length
)
320mm(Heigth)
42
m
5m
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idt
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460m
m (L e
ngth)
Contents
Disclaimer................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 2
Profile ....................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 3
Contents.................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 4
Product Usage Cautions ................................................................................................................................................................................... 5
In The Box ............................................................................................................................................................................................................... 6
Tools Needed ........................................................................................................................................................................................................ 6
Center Frame Wiring ......................................................................................................................................................................................... 7
Attach Electric Equipment to Center Frame ............................................................................................................................................. 8
Mount Frame Arms............................................................................................................................................................................................ 10
Mount Landing Gear.......................................................................................................................................................................................... 12
1 Assembly & Connection ....................................................................................................................................................................... 12
2 Travel Calibration .................................................................................................................................................................................. 13
3 Transmitter Setting ...............................................................................................................................................................................14
4 Usage .........................................................................................................................................................................................................14
5 Mount Battery Bracket ........................................................................................................................................................................ 16
Assembly ................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 17
Install the IMU Mount (Optional) .................................................................................................................................................................. 18
Appendix ................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 19
ESC Sound ................................................................................................................................................................................................... 19
ESC LED ....................................................................................................................................................................................................... 19
Specifications ............................................................................................................................................................................................ 20
FAQ (Trouble Shooting) ................................................................................................................................................................................... 21
Solder ESC................................................................................................................................................................................................... 21
Assemble the Vibration Absorber of Motors .................................................................................................................................. 21
Spare Parts Listing............................................................................................................................................................................................. 22
Product Usage Cautions
When flying, the fast rotating propellers may cause serious damage(s) and injuries. Therefore, please fly with a high
safety in mind at all time.
Assembly Cautions
(1)
Mount the GPS Module with a bracket, to avoid interference with the power board of center frame.
(2)
For IMU mounting, make sure the arrow direction marking on the IMU is pointing to the aircraft nose.
(3)
The receiver is strongly recommended to be attached under the bottom board of center frame, and the
head of antenna is downward without any obstacle. Otherwise the aircraft may be out of control, since
the wireless signal may be lost.
(4)
(5)
Mount the arms correctly.
a)
Center frame
Arm
b)
Center frame
Arm
For removing screws in the bottom board, please proceed with cautious, avoiding damages. Do not
remove any other screws fixed with glue.
(6)
Notice matching the indications is very important, please pay attention to them.
Flight Cautions
(1)
With DJI WKM autopilot system, make sure the output signal of WKM F1~F2 and M1~M6 are all normal,
to avoid serious damages and injuries.
(2)
Keep flying the multi-rotor a distance from people, building, high-voltage lines, tall trees, water, etc.
(3)
Make sure to use 6S LiPo battery for power supply.
(4)
Do not get close to or touch the working motors and propellers, which will cause serious injury.
(5)
Do not over load the multi-rotor.
(6)
Make sure the propellers and the motors are installed correctly and firmly before flying.
(7)
Make sure all parts of product are in good condition before each flight. Do not fly with wore or broken
parts.
(8)
Strongly recommend you to use DJI parts as much as possible.
Others
(1)
If you have any problem you cannot solve, please contact your dealer or DJI customer service.
In The Box
Center Frame×1
Frame Arm×6
Retracting Mechanism×2
Landing Gear Support Tube ×2
Base Pipe×2
H Frame Connection Pipe×1、Spring×2
Package of 3-PIN Servo Cable ×1
Silicone Rubber Damper ×4
Package of Battery Tray×1
Package of IMU Mount×1
GPS Fixed Seat×1
Screw Package for Frame×1
Screw Package for Landing Gear×1
Out of The Box Guidance ×2
Tools Needed
2.0mm Hex Wrench, 2.5mm Hex Wrench
For mounting screws.
Thread Locker
For fastening screws.
Nylon Cable Tie
Scissors
For binding devices and wires.
Diagonal Cutting Pliers
Foam Double Sided Adhesive Tape
For fixing receiver, controller and other modules.
Center Frame Wiring
The top board is a power distribution board, and the bottom board is for loading autopilot system components.
Top Board
Slot
Bottom Board
Buckle
Aircraft Nose
Top Board
Mark
Motor counter clock-wise
AL
2
M
1
ESC signal outlet
Motor number
MB
GI
M
M
1
M
M 2
M 3
4
M
M 5
6
To main controller
Mark
XT60 Female
To Gimbal
Circuit line
BA
TT
M3
M6
Parallel Circuit
Mark
Motor clock-wise
XT60 Male
IMU Front
PM
To Battery
IMU mount position
M
XT60 Female
4
To PMU
5
M
Notes:
(1)
For IMU mounting, make sure the arrow direction marking on the IMU is pointing to the aircraft nose.
(2)
Connect the 3-pin connectors (M1~M6) of servo cable from WKM M.C. to ESC signal socket (M1~M6) on
center frame markings accordingly.
(WKM M.C. M1
ESC signal socket M1, …… , WKM M.C. M6
ESC signal socket M6)
Tips:
(1)
The main battery power leads, gimbal and PMU leads are on the bottom surface of the top board.
(2)
Markings
and
stand for the propeller rotation direction.
means clock-wise, and
means
counter clock-wise.
(3)
If other lead connector is required, please cut the original connector and solder on the new one. (But NOT
Recommend.)
Attach Electric Equipment to Center Frame
1.
(Fig.1)Remove the screws in the bottom board.
2.
(Fig.2)Attach the IMU module into IMU position in the center frame. Ensure the IMU casing is out of
touching the top board edge, as vibration can cause IMU mal-function.
3.
(Fig.2)Please attach DJI Autopilot System parts onto the bottom board (not including GPS modules.
4.
(Fig.2)Connect the Autopilot System and receiver. Please refer to DJI WKM User Manual for details.
5.
(Fig.3)Please fix all the screws to bottom board, and use adequate thread locker.
6.
(Fig.4)Attach the GPS Fixed Seat to the top board (near to the M3), then mount the GPS Module to the
GPS Fixed Seat with a bracket.
7.
Configure Autopilot System. Please refer to DJI WKM User Manual.
Note:
(1)
Make sure to mount the IMU module at the IMU position first, and the mount orientation is correct.
(2)
Mount the GPS with a bracket, to avoid interference from center frame power board.
(3)
Make sure the USB port of the M.C. is pointing outwards for easy access.
(4)
Please wire neatly. Make sure the wires will not be cut by the edge of frames.
(5)
Install the screws with appropriate strength to prevent damage threads.
(6)
Watch out clamping fingers when folding the GPS Bracket.
You can attach the LED
Module to the support
tube.
Note: Risk of wire cut
off by the Retracting
Mechanism.
To the CAN Port of
GPS/Compass Module
GPS/Compass
Module
To GIMBAL Lead
Micro-USB
Port faces
outwards for
connection
convenience
Receiver
(D-BUS)
Fig.1 Remove the screws
To PM Lead
You can wire the LED
through the bottom board
Fig.2 Attach the Autopilot System
Fig.3 Fix the screws
Note: for DJI A2 user,
please use the
component in red; for
WKM user, it is not
required.
Fig.4 Mount the GPS Fixed Seat and GPS module
Mind You Fingers
Fig.5 Note of folding the GPS Bracket
Mount Frame Arms
Step 1
Step 2
Copper contacts
Propeller
Screw
Cover
Motor
Motor rotation direction
(1)
Clock-wise
ESC
Counter clock-wise
LED
Step 3
Step 4
Step 5
Vertical
35o
Horizontal
Horizontal
(2)
Step1: Check the arms.
(1) Make sure the copper contacts are in good condition without bend or severe wear.
(2) Make sure the propellers are without crack, and screws in propeller cover tight.
(3) Make sure the motors are mounted firmly, and rotate freely.
(4) We recommend you to mount the arms with red propeller cover to M1 and M2 to indicate the nose
of aircraft.
(5) Distinguish the marks
and
Arm
Center frame
Arm
Center frame
on the arms.
Step2: Insert the frame arm into center frame vertically.
Step3: Slowly rotate the frame arm upward until positioned completely.
Step4: Press down the buckle to lock the arm. Make sure the arm does not move.
Step5: Make sure the buckle is pressed down correctly, about 35o under normal circumstances.
Notes:
(1) Please add some lubricant at the position (1) if it is hard to press down the buckle.
(2) Slowly rotate the frame arm to prevent from breaking the copper contacts.
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(3) Please refer to (2) to make sure the arm is perfectly positioned.
(4) Make sure to use appropriate strength to press down the buckle correctly.
(5) Do not hot plug arms.
Tips:
(1)
LED is on after motor start.
Step 6 Double
Check
Arms①②are aircraft nose, arms④⑤ are aircraft tail. See from top, motors on arms①③⑤ rotate counter
clockwise; motors on arms②④⑥ rotate clockwise.
②
③
Ai
rc
ra
ft
N
os
①
e
④
⑤
⑥
Mount Landing Gear
By using a 2-position switch of R/C transmitter, you can control the landing gear to retract remotely.
1 Assembly & Connection
The part with the control board attached is defined as left, and the other part is right. Make sure to make a
distinction between the left and the right servos.
Servo Arm Installation
Center L ine
Servo Assembly
Servo
Arm
Right S ervo
Left S ervo
Control Board
Servo
Finished
RL
IN
DANGER!!!
DO NOT TOUCH !
Right P art of the
L anding G ear
Left P art of
the L anding G ear
LED
SET Button
Receiver Channel
Left Servo
Right Servo
A ircraft N ose D irection
step1:
Servo Installation (If the servos have already been installed, please skip this step.)
1.
(Shown in the Fig) Define and mark the two HS-7954SH servos from Hitec as left servo and right servo.
2.
Connect the left servo to the [L] port on the control board, and the right servo to the [R] port.
3.
Keep pressing the SET button with aid of a small tool, and then power on. You will see the yellow LED
beside SET button flashes quickly, and then wait until the servos have finished their position initialization.
4.
Make sure the servo arm is parallel to the servo’s center line.
5.
Power off, assemble the left and right servos to the left and the right parts of the landing gear.
Tips: If you use your own servos, it is recommended to use the dedicated programmer from Hitec to enlarge the
servo travel from 120° to 150°, and then install servos by the above steps. Servos from DJI have been enlarged
servo travel.
step2:
Mechanical Assembly
1.
Assemble the left and right parts respectively, and then fix the screws at the joints with appropriate
thread locker.
2.
Connect the left and right parts with connecting rod.
3.
For safety reasons, make sure to connect the springs to both parts.
step3:
1.
Electrical Connections
Plug the cables from the servos into the correct ports on the control board. Make sure the right servo is
connected to the [R] port, and the left servo to the [L] port.
2.
Connect the required 2-position switch of R/C receiver to the [IN] port.
2 Travel Calibration
If the Landing Gear you got has been installed with the servos, please skip this step. Otherwise, calibrate the system
using the following procedures.
1.
For safety reasons, please keep your hands away from any link mechanism to avoid injury.
2.
Make sure the [R], [L] and [IN] connections are correct and firmly connected.
3.
Hang the Landing Gear in the air during calibration, as the landing gear will move.
4.
Keep pressing the SET button using a small tool and power on. You can see the LED flashes YELLOW
quickly, and then press the SET button once again. The system begins auto calibration with the indication
of the LED flashing YELLOW slowly. DO NOT obstruct any moving part during auto calibration.
5.
The left-part is calibrated, the left link mechanism first moves up then moves down automatically. Then
the right-part is calibrated, the right link mechanism first moves up then moves down automatically.
6.
After calibration, both left and right parts are in the [Lower] position, and the LED is solid GREEN on.
Then the landing gear will work normally.
Notes:
(1)
If the LED is solid YELLOW on during calibrating, it means that there is something wrong with the
calibration, please re-do the Servo Installation of the Assembly & Connection section, since the servo arm
might be installed with a wrong angle.
(2)
Please avoid any obstruction during calibrating. If the landing gear is blocked from moving, please
recalibrate the landing gear by the above steps.
(3)
If the [R] and [L] servo cables are reversed, the travel will not be measured correctly. Please connect
correctly and recalibrate the landing gear using the above steps.
3 Transmitter Setting
Select a 2-position switch (default setting is OK) of
Transmitter as the control input of the landing gear, and
then make sure the corresponding port of receiver is
connected to the [IN] port on control board.
Retracted:Toggle the switch to
Fig. 1
this position to retract the
landing gear (Fig.1)
Lower:Toggle the switch to this
position to lower the landing
gear (Fig. 2)
Tips:
(1)
If the switch of Transmitter has FailSafe function,
set the FailSafe value to the [Lower] position, so
that the landing gear will be in [Lower] status when
the receiver enters FailSafe mode, to land the
aircraft safely.
(2)
To avoid false switch triggering, you can use the
slide lever or other trim as the landing gear’s
control switch.
Fig. 2
4 Usage
The landing gear can be used by following the steps below after assembly & connection.
1.
Make sure the transmitter & receiver batteries are fully charged.
2.
Toggle the switch to the [Lower] position, and then turn on the transmitter.
3.
Make sure the [R], [L] and [IN] connections are correct and firmly connected.
4.
Make sure the Landing Gear is at the [Lower] position, and then power on the system. If the green LED is
solid on, then this is a normal start. If the LED flashes GREEN slowly, please re-calibrate the system
according to the procedure of Travel Calibration.
5.
Make sure to toggle the switch to the [Retracted] position ONLY AFTER you takeoff the aircraft.
6.
When the aircraft is landing, please toggle the switch to the [Lower] position for a safe landing.
Tips
(1)
The system will turn off the servo power temporarily within 3 seconds after the landing gear has reached
the target position.
(2)
When powering on the system, if the Transmitter switch is at the [Retracted] position, which is the unsafe
signal for the landing gear, the LED will quickly flash RED. Toggle the switch to the [Lower] position.
(3)
If there is an abnormal signal or no signal input into the [IN] port the LED will slowly flash RED. Please
check the receiver and the connections.
(4)
If the power consumption of servos is too large during usage, the LED will be solid RED on. If this status
lasts more than 4 seconds, the landing gear will lower and the LED will flash GREEN slowly. Please
re-calibrate the system.
LED Indicator
System works normally
Hasn’t been calibrated
Need re-calibration
Wrong calibration
Enter the calibration mode
System is calibrating
Motor stall
Input signal is unsafe when power on the Transmitter
Input signal is abnormal
Specifications
Parameter
Range
Parameter
Range
Working Voltage
3S~6S (LiPo)
Input Signal
PWM (High-Pulse Width 800us~2200us)
Working Current
Max 1A@6S
Output Signal
PWM(Mid Position is 1520us) in 90Hz
o
Working Temperature
-20~70 C
Output Voltage
6V
Total Weight
875g
Servo Travel
150 o (Minimum120 o)
5 Mount Battery Bracket
Step1: Mount the retaining clip and the bracket, fix screws (but not tighten).
M2.5X5
Bracket
Notch Outwards
Retaining Clips
Chamfer Outwards
Step2: Place the battery mounting board and adjust its position, and then tighten all screws.
Abou
t 131m
m
Battery Mounting Board
Ens
ure
to
alig
n
90o
Parallel
Parallel
Parallel
Correct
Assembly
Assembly
②
③
ft
cr a
A ir ose
N
①
④
⑥
⑤
Align knob to mark
Insert knob into arm
Rotate knob
(2)
(1)
Knob
Mark
Vibration Absorber
Vibration Damper Mount
Vibration Damper Mount Details
Coaxial Align
Not
Coaxial
Not
Coaxial
1.
Align all knobs on H frame to the marks; refer to fig (1).
2.
Lie frame and Landing Gear horizontally, insert knobs into arms ③ and ⑥ first, and then adjust to
insert the others into the arms.
3.
Make sure the Vibration Damper Mount is correct, and then rotate the knob to the end, as fig (2) shown.
Notes:
 Ensure all knobs on the H frame aligned to the marks, and they would go through the arms successfully.
Install the IMU Mount (Optional)
If you wish to achieve a smooth and steady fight, carry out the following procedures to install the IMU Mount.
1.
(Fig.1) Remove the screws to dismount the Battery Bracket.
2.
(Fig.2) Fix the IMU Mount and remount the Battery Bracket.
3.
(Fig.3) Adjust the IMU Mount and the Battery Bracket, and then fix all the screws.
4.
(Fig.4) Attach the IMU Module; make sure that the arrow on LOGO is pointing to the aircraft nose.
Fig.1
Fig.2
Aircraft Nose
Arrow on
IMU LOGO
Fig.3
Fig.4
Appendix
ESC Sound
ESC State
Sound
Ready
♪1234567--B--B
Throttle stick is not at bottom
BBBBBB…
Input signal abnormal
B--------B--------B…
Input voltage abnormal
BB---BB---BB---BB…
ESC LED
ESC State
LED
Standby
Off
Motor rotating
Solid Red or Green On
Motor rotating at full throttle position
Solid Yellow On
Tips:
DJI ESCs are specially designed for multi-rotors. When use with DJI autopilot systems, you do not have to setup
any parameters or calibrate travel range.
Specifications
Frame
Diagonal Wheelbase
800mm
Frame Arm Length
350mm
Frame Arm Weight
(with Motor, ESC, Propeller )
356g
Center Frame Diameter
240mm
Center Frame Weight
550g
Landing Gear Size
Retractable Landing Gear Weight
(Including Battery Tray)
460mm(Length)×425mm(Width)×320mm(Height)
(Top width: 155mm)
1050g
Motor
Stator Size
41×14mm
KV
400rpm/V
Max Power
500W
Weight (with Cooling Fan)
158g
ESC
Current
40A OPTO
Voltage
6S LiPo
Signal Frequency
30Hz ~ 450Hz
Drive PWM Frequency
8KHz
Weight (with Radiators)
35g
Foldable Propeller (1552)
Material
Engineering plastic
Size
15×5.2 inch
Weight
13g
Flight Parameters
Takeoff Weight
6.0Kg ~ 8.0Kg
Total Weight
3.7Kg
Power Battery
LiPo (6S、10000mAh~15000mAh、15C(Min))
Max Power Consumption
3000W
Hover Power Consumption
800W(@ Takeoff Weight 6.7Kg)
Hover Time
Max: 20 min (@15000mAh&6.7KgTakeoff Weight)
Working Environment Temperature
-10 ~ +40 oC
FAQ (Trouble Shooting)
Solder ESC
Make sure to solder the thick wires and fine wires correctly, when solder ESC to frame arm.
Clockwise and counter clockwise motor should be soldered to ESC correctly by different color order.
For arms
For arms
Red
Black
G
G
Fine wire
P
P
Fine wire
Solder pad
Blue
Black
Red
G
G
Blue
Thick wire
V
V
Thick wire
Assemble the Vibration Absorber of Motors
The soft gasket is a part of the Vibration Absorber and it has a thick end and a thin end, it’s important to assemble
the soft gaskets in correct approach adhere to the diagram below.
Propeller CCW: the thick ends of the gaskets (A) are upwards, the thick ends of the gaskets (B) are downwards.
Propeller CW: the thick ends of the gaskets (C) are downwards, the thick ends of the gaskets (D) are upwards.
Propeller CW
Propeller CCW
A
D
B
C
Spare Parts Listing
If S800 EVO needs component replaced, please refer to the following diagram to identify the component NO., and
then make a purchase of corresponding package. Each package includes screws needed. The Components Number
is defined as bellow.
S800 EVO
01Arm Frame;02Center Frame;
03Landing Gear
SE010101CCW CW-Clockwise;CCW-Counter clockwise;
Package NO.
;
Parts NO.
;
Frame Arm
M3x10.5(2pcs)
M3x4.5(2pcs)
SE010301B/
SE010401R
SE010701CW/
SE010801CCW
SE010702(4pcs)
SE010302
M2x9(3pcs)
SE010101CW/
SE010102CCW
M2.5(4pcs)
SE014401
SE010102
S E 014402
SE010103
SE010303
M3 x4.5 (3pcs)
SE011001
SE010501R/
SE010601G
M2.5x11(4pcs)
Package NO.
Name
Components Number
1
Frame Arm (Counter Clockwise)
SE010101CCW、SE010102、SE010103、M2x9
2
Frame Arm (Clockwise)
SE010102CW、SE010102、SE010103、M2x9
3
Motor with black Prop cover
SE010301B、SE010302、SE014402、SE014401 、
4
Motor with red Prop cover
SE010303 、M2.5x5、M3x4.5
SE010401R、SE010302、SE014402、SE014401 、
SE010303 、M2.5x5、M3x4.5
5
ESC with Red Led
SE010501R
6
ESC with Green Led
SE010601G
45
1552 Folding Propellers(both
SE010701CCW、SE010801CW、SE010702、M3x10.5
CW&CCW)
9
Washer for Propeller
SE010702
10
ESC Heat Sink
SE011001
Center Frame
M2x9(12pcs)
SE021401(6pcs)
M2.5x5(25pcs)
SE021201
SE021601(7pcs)
SE021501
SE021502
SE021503
SE021301
M2.5x5(25pcs)
Package NO.
Name
Components Number
11
Center Frame
SE021201、SE021301、SE021401、SE021501、
SE021502 、SE021503、SE021601、M2x9、M2.5x5
12
Center Frame Top Board
SE021201、M2x9、M2.5x5
13
Center Frame Bottom Board
SE021301、M2.5x5
14
Top Board Cover
SE021401、M2x9
15
Arm Mounting Bracket
SE021501、SE021502、SE021503、 M2x9、M2.5x5
16
Aluminum Brace for Center Frame
SE021601、M2.5x5
Landing Gear
SE032802
SE031801
SE033301
SE031901
M2.5x5 ( 2pcs )
SE032901
SE032204
SE033102
SE032801
SE032803
M3x8( 4pcs )
SE032803
SE032801
SE033001
SE032802
SE032804
HC_M3x8( 2pcs )
M2 . 5x5 ( 4pcs )
SE032201
SE032202
M3x5 ( 2pcs )
SE033103
SE033104
HC_M2 . 5x10 ( 4pcs )
SE032101
SE032001
SE032401
SE031701
SE031702
SE032402
SE033201
PM2 x3 . 5x4
SE032301
M3x8
SE032302
(1)
SE033203
SE032501
SE8032502
SE8032402
SE033202
M2.5x8
SE033201
SE033401 ( 7pcs )
(2)
SE032502
HC_M2.5x8
SE8032801
SE8032802
SE8032803
HC_M3x22
SE032601
SE032701(4pcs)
Note1: (1) Left Support Tube right Support Tube are different; (2) Left set, middle set and right set of Damping Unit
are different.
Package NO.
Name
Components Number
17
Retract Module(Left)
SE031701、SE031702
18
Retract Module(Right)
SE031801、SE031702
19
HITEC Servo (Right)
SE031901、HC_M2.5x10
20
HITEC Servo (Left)
SE032001、HC_M2.5x10
21
Carbon Tube of H-Frame
SE032101、HC_M2.5x8
22
Control Board
SE032201、SE032202、SE032203、SE032204、M2.5x5
23
Spring
SE032301、SE032302、SE031702、M3x8
24
Support Tube (Right)
SE032401、SE032402、M3x8、HC_M2.5x8、HC_M3x8
25
Support Tube (Left)
SE032501、SE032502、M3x8、HC_M2.5x8、HC_M3x8
26
Base Tube
SE032601、SE032701
27
Silicone Rubber Damper
SE032701
28
Damping Unit (Set)
SE032801、SE032802、SE032803、SE032804、HC_M3x8
29
Aluminum Tube of H-Frame
SE032901
30
Silicone Rubber of H-Frame
SE033001
31
Battery Tray
SE033101、SE033102、SE033103、SE033104、M2.5x5、M3x5
32
33
34
35
Control arm of Retractable
Module(Left)
Control Arm of Retractable
Module(Right)
Shaft
Sleeve
of
Retract
Module
IMU Mount
SE033201、SE033202、SE033203、M2.5x8
SE033301、SE033202、SE033203、M2.5x8
SE033401
SE033501 、M3x8
Others
SE033801
SE033601
Package NO.
Name
Components Number
36
GPS Holder
SE033601
M3x8(10pcs)、HC_M2.5x10(10pcs)、M2.5x5(30pcs)、M2x9(10pcs)、
37
Screws Package
M3x4.5(10pcs)、M2.5x8(5pcs)、M2.5x11(10pcs)、M3x 10.5(15pcs)、
HC_M3x8(10pcs)、HC_M2.5x8(10pcs)、HC_M3x22(5pcs)
38
Blade Holder
SE033801
Package NO.
Name
Components Number
39
Battery Mount Board
SE033104、Velcro straps
40
Frame Arm with Prop CCW &Red LED
Package NO. 1、4、5、7、10
41
Frame Arm with Prop CW &Red LED
Package NO. 2、4、5、8、10
42
Frame Arm with Prop CCW &Green LED
Package NO. 1、3、6、7、10
43
Frame Arm with Prop CW &Green LED
Package NO. 2、3、6、8、10
M2.5(4pcs)
SE014401
S E 014402
Package NO.
44
Name
Vibration absorber of Motor
Components Number
SE014401、SE014402、M2.5