Spreading Wings S1000 User Manual

Spreading Wings S1000 User Manual
Spreading Wings S1000
User Manual
V 1.08
2014.4.28
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Disclaimer
Thank you for purchasing this DJI product. Please visit the S1000 page on www.dji.com regularly to keep up with
product information, technical updates and manual corrections. Information in this manual is subject to change
without notice in line with product upgrades and updates.
In using this product, you hereby agree to this disclaimer and signify that you have understood all points completely.
When assembling this product, follow all instructions carefully. The manufacturer and seller assume no liability for
any damage or injury arising from the use of this product.
DJI is a registered trademark of DJI Innovations. Names of product, brand, etc., appearing in this manual are
trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owner companies. This product and manual are copyrighted
by DJI Innovations with all rights reserved. No part of this product or manual shall be reproduced in any form
without the prior written consent or authorization of DJI Innovations. No patent liability is assumed with respect to
the use of the product or information contained herein.
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About
The S1000 is designed for professional aerial photography and cinematography. It is user friendly, safe, stabilized
and easy to fly while its integrated design makes assembly and configuration simple and fast. Retractable landing
gear, vibration dampers, small frame arm incline and minimalized gimbal mount allows for a clear 360 degree view
from the camera. An integrated power hub with patented coaxial connectors, built-in high-speed ESCs and motors
with high efficiency propellers ensure dynamic stability and maximized power efficiency. Used with a professional
DJI multi-rotor autopilot system, the S1000 can hover and fly reliably making it ideal for photography and
cinematography.
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Contents
Disclaimer................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 2
About ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 3
Contents.................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 4
Caution .................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 5
In The Box ............................................................................................................................................................................................................... 6
Tools Required ...................................................................................................................................................................................................... 6
Mounting Landing Gear .................................................................................................................................................................................... 7
Mounting Frame Arms ....................................................................................................................................................................................... 8
Mounting Electronics and Wiring .................................................................................................................................................................. 11
Connecting XT60 Ports on Center Frame................................................................................................................................................ 16
Installing Battery ................................................................................................................................................................................................. 16
Setting Landing Gear ........................................................................................................................................................................................ 18
Mounting the Gimbal ....................................................................................................................................................................................... 20
Appendix ............................................................................................................................................................................................................... 22
ESC Sound .................................................................................................................................................................................................. 22
ESC LED ...................................................................................................................................................................................................... 22
Specifications ............................................................................................................................................................................................. 23
FAQ.........................................................................................................................................................................................................................24
Soldering the ESC ....................................................................................................................................................................................24
Remounting the Propeller .....................................................................................................................................................................24
Propeller Precautions .............................................................................................................................................................................24
Using Propeller Holder........................................................................................................................................................................... 25
Assembling Motor Vibration Absorbers .......................................................................................................................................... 25
Remounting Landing Gear Servo ....................................................................................................................................................... 25
Recalibrating Servo Travel .................................................................................................................................................................... 26
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Caution
When flying, fast rotating propellers may cause serious damage and injury. Please fly safe at all times.
Assembly Cautions
(1)
Mount the GPS module with a bracket, to avoid interference with the power board on the center frame.
(2)
Ensure the IMU is mounted with the arrow pointing toward the front.
(3)
If using a receiver, attach it under the bottom board of the center frame with the end of the antenna
facing downwards away from obstructions to avoid loss of control due to signal loss.
(4)
Ensure frame arms are mounted correctly.
a)
Motor mounts with CCW marks should be mounted to the corresponding center frame positions
with the following marks: M1, M3, M5, and M7.
b)
Motor mounts with CW marks should be mounted to the corresponding center frame positions with
the following marks: M2, M4, M6, and M8.
(5)
Do not remove any glued-in screws.
(6)
Tighten screws appropriately. Screws marked with blue glue can be used without thread locker once. On
other occasions, apply appropriate thread locker.
(7)
S1000 should be raised above the ground when testing landing gear or recalibrating servo travel.
(8)
Notice that matching the indicators is very important. Please pay attention to them.
Flight Cautions
(1)
ESCs are not water-proof, do not fly in rain or snow.
(2)
Ensure all parts are in good condition before each flight. Do not fly with worn or broken parts.
(3)
Ensure propellers and motors are installed correctly and propellers are unfolded before flying.
(4)
Ensure ESC signal connectors and power cable connectors are tight and reliable before every flight.
(5)
When flying, stay away a safe distance from people, buildings, high-voltage lines, tall trees, water and
other hazards.
(6)
Use only 6S LiPo batteries for the power supply.
(7)
Ensure all output signals from M1 to M8 are in proper working order when using the DJI A2 flight control
system to avoid damage or injury.
(8)
Do not overload the system.
(9)
Do not get close to or touch motors or propellers when they are spinning as this can cause serious injury.
(10)
Disconnect battery and remove camera during breaks and transportation to avoid damage or injury.
(11)
We strongly recommend using as many DJI parts as possible.
Others
(1)
If you have any problem you cannot resolve, contact your dealer or DJI customer service.
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In The Box
Center Frame×1
Landing Skid Tube×2
(with Silicone Rubber Damper)
Frame Arm×8
Landing Gear Leg×2
GPS Collapsible Mount×1
Spring×2
Connector Set×1
3-PIN Servo Cable×1
Screw Package×1
Accessories package×1
For frame arms mount: M4x35
For landing gear mount: M3x8, M2.5x6.7
Heat-shrinkable tube (diameter of 10mm)
Tools Required
Tools
Usage
2.0mm Hex Wrench, 2.5mm Hex Wrench
Mounting screws.
Thread Locker
Fastening screws.
Nylon Cable Tie
Scissors
Binding devices and wires.
Cutting Pliers/Dykes
Foam Double Sided Adhesive Tape
Mounting receiver, controller and other modules.
Hot Air Gun
Fixing power cable connectors.
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Mounting Landing Gear
Instructions
1.
Slide landing gear leg into landing skid tube then affix the joints with M2.5x6.7 screws. Ensure silicone
rubber dampers are attached.
2.
Insert the landing gear leg into connection point on the center frame. Affix in place with M3x8 screws.
3.
Connect springs to both parts to ensure safety.
4.
Complete. Spring length is 58.5mm unstretched and 70mm stretched.
70mm
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Mounting Frame Arms
Instructions
1.
Check arms.
(1)
Check propellers for cracks, then install and screw propeller cover on tightly.
(2)
Ensure motors are mounted firmly and rotate freely.
(3)
Mount arms with red propeller covers to M1 and M2 to indicate the nose of the S1000.
(4)
Distinguish marks CW and CCW on the arms. Mount the arms with mark CCW to the M1, M3, M5, and M7
positions of the center frame. The arms marked CW should be mounted to the M2, M4, M6, and M8
positions of the center frame.
(5)
Check power cable connector. Diagram A shows normal and B shows abnormal. The correct connection
method is detailed below.
i. Remove shrapnel from the damaged connector as demonstrated by diagram A using tweezers or a knife.
ii. Replace the power cable connector if the shrapnel damage is too great (e.g. connector is broken or bent)
and cannot be pulled out or plugged in.
A
B
Screw Mount
Propeller
CW or CCW Mark
Cover
Screw
Motor
ESC
LED*
ESC Signal Cable
Power Cable
*LED is on after motor started.
2.
Insert frame arm vertically into the mounting area on the center frame.
3.
Adjust screw mounts of frame arm and center frame.
4.
Insert the M4x35 screw from the right of the frame arm as the thread is located on the left of the screw
mount. Tighten screw appropriately. Over tightening may lead to connector abrasion.
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5.
Gently lift frame arm.
6.
Twist knob to lock in place. Be sure there is an audible click sound to ensure a proper lock. Check the
arm for movement. To store, untwist the knob and lower frame arm.
7.
Plug ESC signal cable into center frame.
8.
Plug power cable into center frame. Heat-shrinkable tubes can be used to stop the connector from
coming off.
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9.
Ensure all ESC signal cables (red) and power cables (blue) are connected to the center frame correctly.
Power cables can be fixed to center frame pillars to tidy them away. Make sure to use heat-shrinkable
tubes correctly (orange).
10.
Double check all frame arms. Arms M1 and M2 are the forward facing (nose), arms M5 and M6 are the tail.
Seen from the top, motors on arms M1, M3, M5 and M7 rotate counter clockwise while those on arms M2,
M4, M6 and M8 rotate clockwise.
M2
M3
M1
M4
M8
M5
M7
M6
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Mounting Electronics and Wiring
Eight positions are reserved for mounting a flight control system, wireless video transmission module, receiver, and
other items. The DJI A2 flight control system has been used here as an example. If using an A2, follow mounting and
wiring instructions found in the A2 flight control system user manual. If using the DJI WK-M flight control system,
please refer to the WK-M user manual for connections. Also be sure your firmware on your DJI flight controller has
been updated to the latest version.
Instructions
1.
Attach IMU module to the IMU area of the center frame. Ensure that it points toward the nose and does
not touch any other components as vibration can cause it to malfunction.
2.
Attach the PMU module to the center frame.
M1
M8
M3
M2
Reserved
position
Reserved
position
M4
M7
M6
M5
3.
Mount the main controller in the reserved position near the PMU module.
Reserved
Position
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4.
Attach the GPS collapsible mount to the center frame using M2.5x6.7 screws. Washer for GPS
collapsible mount is pre-installed on the center frame. To install GPS collapsible mount, remove the screw
from the washer then follow the below instructions:
5.
(1)
Remove screw ① from the center frame.
(2)
Position GPS collapsible mount then return the screw to its original position and tighten.
(3)
Remove remaining screw ② from center frame.
(4)
Position GPS collapsible mount then return screw to its original position and tighten.
Mount a GPS module to the GPS mount with a bracket. Ensure the arrow points toward the nose and
avoid catching fingers in the bracket when folding for transportation.
2
1
2
M2
M1
1
6.
The other reserved positions are indicated in the diagram below and can be used for mounting a receiver,
LED flight indicator, iOSD module and wireless video transmission module.
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7.
Check that every anti-drop system has been firmly installed in the reserved positions. Thread locker is
recommended.
(1)
Remove anti-drop to add appropriate thread locker.
(2)
Replace and tighten.
Notes
(1)
Only mount the IMU in the IMU position of the center frame.
(2)
Mount the GPS with a bracket to avoid interference from the center frame power board.
(3)
Use glue to install the GPS bracket. Ensure it is firm and reliable before every flight.
(4)
Always test motors using the Assistant Software after installation. Refer to the “Flight control system user
manual” for details.
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Connecting main controller to center frame
1.
Finish flight control system connection according to the A2 flight control system user manual.
2.
Link connector set (blue) to ESC signal outlet on the center frame then link connector set (blue) to main
controller as shown below.
(1)
Yellow 4-pin cables are for M1~ M4 connections. Yellow cable should be connected to M1.
(2)
Brown 4-pin cables are for M5~ M8 connections. Brown cable should be connected to M5.
(3)
Black 4-pin cables are for four continuous ground pins connections. M1~M4 are connected as the
following diagram shows.
M1
M2
M3
M4
M5
M6
M7
M8
M1
M2
M3
M4
M5
M6
M7
M8
Notes
If using a DJI WK-M flight controller, you must use the wires that came with the WK-M. M1 through M6
correspond to each motor number. M7 corresponds to F1 and M8 corresponds to F2 on the WK-M.
M1
M2
M3
M4
M5
M6
M7
M8
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M1
M2
M3
M4
M5
M6
M7
M8
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Connecting main controller and landing gear
1.
Connect left servo cable near M4 to the “RLG” port near M4 on the center frame, then ensure the “RLG”
port near M3 is connected to the “L” port of the landing gear control board.
2.
Connect right servo cable near M7 to the “R” port of the landing gear control board using a servo cable.
3.
For the A2 flight control system, connect the F1 port of the main controller to “IN” port of the landing gear
control board. Other flight control systems connect a 2-position channel receiver to the “IN” port.
M8
M1
M6
M7
M1
M2
M3
M4
M5
M6
M7
M8
M2
M5
RLG
Cable of
left ser vo
M4
M3
RLG
Cable of
right ser vo
Notes
(1)
If right and left servo cables are reversed, landing gear will not be function.
(2)
Wire neatly to avoid cables being damaged by frame edges.
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Connecting XT60 Ports on Center Frame
The bottom board is a power distribution board with three XT60 connectors for battery power.
Instructions
1.
Connect PMU power cable to XT60 connector on top of the bottom board.
2.
Connect landing gear control board cable to XT60 connector on the bottom of the bottom board.
3.
Other connectors can supply power for other DJI devices if required.
Installing Battery
Soldering battery connectors
AS150 anti spark connectors are used. They must be soldered to battery power cables.
1.
Remove original battery connector. Avoid cutting power and ground cables at the same time as this can
cause a short circuit. We recommend wrapping unsoldered cable with insulating tape to prevent
accidental connection.
2.
Pass the black ground wire through the black housing. After passing the wire through, solder the female
bullet connector to the ground wire. Wait for the soldered connection to cool, then pull the housing back
over the bullet connector.
3.
Screw and pass the red power wire through the red housing. After passing the wire through, solder the
male bullet connector to the power wire. Wait for the soldered connection to cool, and then screw and
pull the housing back over the bullet connector.
Connectors soldering diagram
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Connectors are soldered
Installing and connecting battery
1.
Attach battery to battery tray. Do not use an oversized battery. Maximum installation dimension is 80mm
X 120mm X 200mm.
2.
Insert black connector① then red connector② to power on. Pull out red connector② then black
connector① to power off.
1
2
2
1
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Setting Landing Gear
Using a 2-position R/C transmitter switch, landing gear retraction can be carried out remotely.
Setting up the transmitter
Select a 2-position switch (default setting is OK) as the control input for the landing gear. Ensure the
corresponding receiver port is connected to the “IN” port on control board. For the A2 flight control system,
connect the main controller’s F1 port to “IN” port on control board.
Raise: Toggle the switch to this position to raise the landing gear.
Lower: Toggle the switch to this position to lower the landing gear.
Notes:
(1)
If the transmitter switch has a FailSafe function, set the FailSafe value to the [Lower] position. This
ensures that landing gear will lower automatically when the receiver enters FailSafe mode.
(2)
To avoid accidental switch triggering, slide levers or other controls can be used for landing gear control.
Usage procedures
1.
Ensure transmitter and receiver batteries are fully charged.
2.
Toggle switch to [Lower] position, and then turn on transmitter.
3.
Ensure [R], [L] and [IN] connections are correct.
4.
Ensure landing gear is in the [Lower] position then power on the system. If the green LED on the landing
gear control board is solid, everything is normal. If it flashes green slowly, re-calibrate the system according
to instructions in “Recalibrating Servo Travel”.
5.
Toggle switch to [Raise] position ONLY AFTER takeoff.
6.
Toggle switch to [Lower] position for landing.
Tips
(1)
Servo power will shut off within 3 seconds after the landing gear has reached its target position.
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(2)
When powering on the system, if the transmitter switch is in the [Raise] position, the LED will flash red
quickly as a warning. Toggle the switch to the [Lower] position to continue.
(3)
If there is an abnormal signal or no signal input into the [IN] port, the LED will slowly flash red. Check
receiver and connections for problems.
(4)
If servo power consumption is too high, the LED will light up red. If this lasts more than 4 seconds,
landing gear will lower and the LED will flash green slowly. Re-calibration is needed before flying.
(5)
A2 flight control system users can use the A2 Assistant Software to set intelligent gear on the
“Advanced” page. Refer to the “A2 flight control system user manual” for details.
LED Control Board Indicator
System normal
Calibration required
Recalibration required
Calibration failed
Enter calibration mode
System calibrating
Motor stalled
Unsafe startup alert
Input signal abnormal
Specifications
Parameter
Range
Parameter
Range
Working Voltage
3S~6S (LiPo)
Input Signal
PWM (High-Pulse Width 800us~2200us)
Working Current
Max [email protected]
Output Signal
PWM(Mid Position is 1520us) in 90Hz
Working Temperature
-20~70oC
Output Voltage
6V
Total Weight
875g
Servo Travel
150 o (Minimum120 o)
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Mounting the Gimbal
Before assembling the gimbal, install GCU as shown below. Be sure to install on the side as shown below. A DJI
Z15-5D gimbal has been used as an example in the following diagrams.
The connectors on gimbal should be removed for better performance, then the gimbal can be mounted to the lower
connection points. A DJI Z15-5D gimbal has been used as an example in the following diagrams.
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Check that the system’s center of gravity is at the blue line as shown in the below diagram.
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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 used with DJI autopilot systems parameters and travel
ranges do not have to be calibrated.
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Specifications
Frame
Diagonal Wheelbase
1045mm
Frame Arm Length
386mm
Frame Arm Weight
(with Motor, ESC, Propeller )
Center Frame Diameter
Center Frame Weight (with Landing Gear
Mounting Base, Servos)
Landing Gear Size
325g
337.5mm
1330g
460mm(Length)×511mm(Width)×305mm(Height)
(Top width: 155 mm)
Motor
Stator Size
41×14mm
kV
400rpm/V
Max Power
500W
Weight (with Cooling Fan)
158g
ESC
Working Current
40A
Working Voltage
6S LiPo
Signal Frequency
30Hz ~ 450Hz
Drive PWM Frequency
8KHz
Weight (with Radiators)
35g
Foldable Propeller (1552/1552R)
Material
High strength performance engineered plastics
Size
15×5.2inch
Weight
13g
Flight Parameters
Takeoff Weight
6.0Kg ~ 11.0Kg
Total Weight
4.2Kg
Power Battery
LiPo (6S、10000mAh~20000mAh、15C(Min))
Max Power Consumption
4000W
Hovering Power Consumption
1500W (@9.5Kg Takeoff Weight)
Hovering Time
15min (@15000mAh& 9.5Kg Takeoff Weight)
Working Environment Temperature
-10 oC ~ +40 oC
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FAQ
Soldering the ESC
Be sure to solder the thick wires and fine wires correctly when soldering an ESC to the frame arm.
Clockwise (CW) and counter clockwise (CCW) motors should be soldered to the ESC in order of color.
CCW arms
CW arms
Red
Black
G
G
Fine wire
G
G
Fine wire
P
P
V
V
Blue
Thick wire
Solder pad
Blue
Black
Red
Thick wire
Remounting the Propeller
Instructions
1.
Use two M3x8 screws and four washers to remount propeller.
2.
Apply thread locker to the thread of the propeller mount first.
3.
Affix screws with 4Kg.cm (0.4N.m) torque..
Tips: Refer to original screw tensions if unfamiliar with torque measurements. Applying thread locker to the
propeller mount first avoids getting thread locker into the holes of the plastic propeller.
Notes: Loose screws cannot be securely locked with thread locker.
Propeller Precautions
Torque markers on the screws and propeller covers will give you a visual cue to check whether the propellers are
loose. Check the torque markers before every flight.
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Using Propeller Holder
Instructions
1.
Insert blades to propeller holder.
2.
Attach propeller holder to frame arm.
Assembling Motor Vibration Absorbers
A soft gasket is part of the vibration absorber. Assembly of the soft gasket must be carried out as per the diagram
below. Assembly is the same for CCW and CW propellers.
Remounting Landing Gear Servo
Remounting servos is not recommended as they come pre-installed.
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Instructions
1.
Connect left servo cable near M4 to the “RLG” port near M4 on the center frame, then connect the
“RLG” port near M3 to the “L” port of the landing gear control board using a servo cable.
2.
Connect the right servo cable near M7 to the “R” port of the landing gear control board using a servo
cable.
3.
Pressing the SET button using a pin then power on. You will see a yellow LED beside the SET button
flashes quickly. Wait as servos complete position initialization.
4.
Make sure the arm connecting to the servo is parallel to the link. (Shown in the following Fig).
5.
Assemble the left and right servos to the left and the right parts of the landing gear. Power off.
Finished Installation
Servo
To right servo
Connecting
arm
Link
To“RLG” of M3
To receiver channel
( To F1 port if use A2 )
SET Button
LED
Recalibrating Servo Travel
Landing gear travel has been pre-calibrated. Mechanical adjustment of gear travel is not recommended.
Instructions
1.
Keep hands away from all mechanisms.
2.
Ensure [R], [L] and [IN] connections are correct.
3.
Keep the whole aircraft off the ground during calibration as landing gear will move.
4.
Press and hold the SET button using a pin while powering on, then release. An LED will flash yellow
quickly. Press the SET button again. Auto calibration will begin and the LED will flash yellow slowly. DO
NOT obstruct any moving parts during auto calibration.
5.
During calibration, the left landing gear will raise and lower, follow by the right landing gear.
6.
After calibration, both left and right landing gears will be lowered and the LED will be a solid green. This
indicates that the landing gear is working properly.
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Notes
(1)
If the LED is solid yellow after calibration, a problem has occurred. Carry out Remounting Landing Gear
Servo then try again.
(2)
Avoid obstructions during calibration. If the landing gear was obstructed, recalibration is required using
the above steps.
(3)
If [R] and [L] servo cables are reversed, travel will not be measured correctly. Connect correctly and
recalibrate the landing gear using the above steps.
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Part List
Locate the part that you wish to replace in the following figures, and then order the package that comes with the
specified part. The numbering of the part is defined as follow:
S1020101CCW
S1000
01-Frame Arm;02-Center Frame;
03-Landing Skid
CW as clockwise;CCW as counter clock
wise;B as Black;R as Red;G as Green
Package Part No.
Package No.
Frame Arm
S1012102B/
S1012202R
M3×12.3
S1012503
S1012501CCW/
S1012502CW
S1012101B/
S1012201R
M3 ×10.3
S1010801
S1012302/
S1012402
S1011001
S1012901/
S1013001/
S1013101/
S1013201
S1010401CCWB/
S1010501CCWR/
S1010601CWB/
S1010701CWR
M3 ×12.3
S1012301R/
S1012401 G
S1010402/
S1010502/
S1010602/
S1010702
Package No.
Name
Part No.
4
S1000-Premium Frame Arm CCW - Black
S1010401CCWB,S1010402,M3x12.3
5
S1000-Premium Frame Arm CCW - Red
S1010501CCWR,S1010502,M3x12.3
6
S1000-Premium Frame Arm CW - Black
S1010601CWB,S1010602,M3x12.3
7
S1000-Premium Frame Arm CW – Red
S1010701CWR,S1010702,M3x12.3
8
S1000-Premium Motor Damping Unit
S1010801,M3x10.3
10
S1000-Premium
S1011001,M3x10.3
Motor
Mount
Carbon
Board
21
S1000-Premium 4114 Motor with black Prop
S1012101B,S1012102B,M3x4.5
cover
22
S1000-Premium 4114 Motor with red Prop
S1012201R,S1012202R,M3x4.5
cover
23
S1000-Premium ESC with Red LED
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S1012301R,S1012302,M3x12.3
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S1000-Premium ESC with Green LED
S1012401G,S1012402,M3x12.3
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S1000-Premium Propeller Pack (8)
S1012501CCW , S1012502CW , S1012503 ,
M3x12.3
Central Board
S1020301
M3x8.0
M3X4.5
S1021501
S1021502
S1020901
S1020302R
M3x8.0
(self-tapping)
S1020902
S1021201L
S1021202R
S1021101
S1021401
S1021301
M3x8.0
M3x4.5
Package No.
Name
Part No.
3
S1000-Premium Lock Knob
S1020301,S1020302,M3x8.0 (self-tapping)
9
S1000-Premium Center Frame Support Pillar
S1020901,S1020902,M3x4.5,M3x8.0
12
S1000-Premium Arm Mounting Bracket
S1021201L, S1021202R,M3x4.5 ,M3x8.0 ,
14
S1000-Premium Center Frame Bottom Board
S1021401,M3x4.5,M3x8.0
15
S1000-Premium Center Frame Top Board
S1021501,S1021502,M3x4.5,M3x8.0
Package 11
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11
S1000-Premium Frame Arm Mounting Steel
S1021101
Shaft
Landing Gear
S1031901
S1033304
M3x4.5
S1031812
S1031813
S1031712
S1031904
S103181 4
S1033306
S10 31701
S1031903
S1033305
S1033305
S1033301
M3x8.0
S1031604
S1031605
S1030201
S1031902
M2.5x13
S1031602
S1033307
S 1033308
S1033303
S1031603
S1031601
S1031811
M2.5x5
S1033302
S1032601
M2.5x5
S103 1801
S1032602
M 3x8
S103181 0
S1031809
S10318 08
S1032603
S1031802
S1031803
S1031804
S1031807
S1031805
S1031806
(1)
S1032604
S1032002
M2.5x8
M3 x 22
S1032001
C aution :( 1 ) Par ts w ithin the dot area are mirrored against each other. Apar t
from S1 0 3 1 8 1 3 and S1 0 3 1 8 1 4 , they are unique to package 1 8 .
Package No.
Name
Part No.
16
S1000-Premium Gimbal Damping Bracket
S1031601,S1031602,S1031603,S1031604,
S1031605,M2.5
17
S1000-Premium Retractable Module (Right)
S1031701,S1031702,S1031703,S1031704,
S1031705,S1031706,S1031707,S1031708,
S1031709,S1031710,S1031711,S1031712,M3x4.5
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18
S1000-Premium Retractable Module (Left)
S1031801,S1031802,S1031803,S1031804,
S1031805,S1031806,S1031807,S1031808,
S1031809,S1031810,S1031811,S1031812,
S1031813,S1031814,M3x4.5
19
S1000-Premium Gimbal Damping
S1031901,S1031902,S1031903,S1031904,
Connecting Brackets
M2.5,M3x8.0
20
S1000-Premium Landing Skid
S1032001,S1032002
26
S1000-Premium Landing Skid Leg
S1032601,S1032602,S1032603,S1032604,
2
S1000-Premium Battery Tray
S1030201
33
S1000-Premium Gimbal Mounting
S1033301,S1033302,S1033303,S1033304,
Accessories
S1033305,S1033306,S1033307,S1033308
M2.5x8,M2.5x1.3,M3x22
Miscellaneous
S1032701
S1020201
S1020202
S1032702
S1020203
S1020204
Package No.
Name
Packages No.
13
S1000-Premium Center Frame
Package 3,9,11,12,14,15,S1021301
29
S1000-Premium Complete Arm
Package 7,8,10,11,22,23,25,S1012901
[CW-RED]
30
S1000-Premium Complete Arm
Package 6,8,10,11,21,24,25,S1013001
[CW-Green]
31
S1000-Premium Complete Arm
Package 5,8,10,11,22,23,25,S1013101
[CCW-RED]
32
S1000-Premium Complete Arm
Package 4,8,10,11,21,24,25,S1013201
[CCW-Green]
27
S1000-Premium GPS Holder
S1032701,S1032702
28
S1000-Premium Screw Pack
Assorted screws
1
S1000-Premium Power Cord Plug
S1020201,S1020202,S1020203,S1020204
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