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DJI Phantom 2 V2.0 2.0 Drone UAV Quadcopter Aerial Helicopter RC Remote Control

January 30, 2015 - Comment

” We Can Wrap as a GIFT – just please request during the checkout ” DJI Phantom 2 Newest V2.0 Drone UAV Quadcopter Aerial Helicopter Airplace RC Remote Control Newest Edition V2.0! In stock ready to ship ! Authorized DJI Dealer! Free Extra 2 Sets of Propellers! What’s new for Phantom 2 V2.0? NEW Changed

” We Can Wrap as a GIFT – just please request during the checkout :) ” DJI Phantom 2 Newest V2.0 Drone UAV Quadcopter Aerial Helicopter Airplace RC Remote Control Newest Edition V2.0! In stock ready to ship ! Authorized DJI Dealer! Free Extra 2 Sets of Propellers! What’s new for Phantom 2 V2.0? NEW Changed to 2312 960kv motor, increased lifting power from 600g to 800g for each motor.NEW Speed Controller inside the drone, customized for the 2312 960kv motor.NEW 9450 propeller, provides higher lifting power, customized for the 2312 960kv motor.Upgraded Remote Controller, now with Tilt Angle Dial on the left corner, use it to control Gimbal’s Tilt Angle (previously was a Tilt Lever on the controller’s back)Remote Controller now has battery level LED.Remote Controller has a built-in battery, use a USB cable to re-charge it. inkfrog terapeak Phantom 2 Quadcopter The Phantom 2 Quadcopter is the second generation Phantom quad-rotor RC helicopter from DJI and features a larger battery and improved prop design, and flying time that lasts to up to 20-25 minutes, compared to around 14 minutes on the original DJI Phantom Quadcopter. This product will appeal to a variety of potential users, from RC aircraft hobbyists who want to record their flights to videographers and photographers looking to open up a whole new range of shooting possibilities. Included with this “ready-to-fly” version of the Phantom 2 Quadcopter is a 6-channel, 2.4GHz transmitter (TX) that comes pre-bound with the aircraft. It features an operational range extending up to 3,280′ line-of-sight, depending on conditions. Because of the complexity associated with multi-rotor aircraft, the Naza-M V2 flight control system in the Phantom 2 relies on a GPS-based navigation as well as gimbal, compass, and other data to maintain flight stability and provide other assisted-flying features. While fully manual operation is possible, and can be unlocked using the Naza Assistant Software, most users, especially videographers hoping to get the smoothest possible shoots, will opt for GPS or GPS Attitude flight mode. In GPS Mode the Naza system keeps the Quadcopter stable and right-side-up when moving, and holds it in a fixed horizontal and vertical position whenever you release the sticks. New for this model, the Phantom 2 features a 5200 mAh battery system that has been simplified from the previous Phantom version. The battery now slots in without having to connect any DC leads, and features four LED indicators visible on the outside, tail-end of the aircraft helping you keep track of battery levels in flight. Charging is also simplified, with all of the charging circuitry now built into the battery itself, there is no more separate balance lead to worry about plugging in. Because of this design, the Phantom 2 battery cannot be charged with all-purpose balance chargers, only chargers made specifically for it. Warning: Never use the DJI Phantom 2 Quadcopter with your GoPro camera when both devices have their Wi-Fi systems turned on. The DJI Phantom’s Wi-Fi and the GoPro camera’s Wi-Fi run on the same frequency, so if you use them together when both Wi-Fi systems are engaged, the DJI Phantom’s transmitter will lose the ability to communicate with the DJI Phantom Quadcopter. Whenever this happens, you will not be able to tell the Phantom where to fly. This may result in loss of property or damage to your equipment. Minimal Assembly Required Those used to other RC aircraft will note the Phantom 2 requires only basic assembly using a screw driver and supplied wrench. You will just need to attach the rotors, skids, and a few other small parts. Once assembled you will need to be sure to follow all of the calibration steps to ensure correct operation of the GPS autopilot system before flying. Naza-M V2 Flight Control System The brains of the aircraft, the Phantom 2 uses the same Naza-M V2 flight control system as several other DJI models, including the original Phantom. The software ships preconfigured with two available flight modes, GPS Mode and GPS Attitude Mode. Additional modes and other custom configurations can be enabled using the Naza Assistant software, a Windows-only application available for free download from the DJI website. In addition, the software can offload flight data for diagnostic and teaching purposes and well as perform firmware updates. Attitude and GPS Flight Modes The Phantom 2 has two GPs-assisted flight modes for you to choose from. Of the two, GPS Mode is the most automatic. In GPS Mode the Quadcopter will stop as soon as you release the controls and stay hovering at a fixed horizontal and vertical position. This setting is the easiest to fly and is generally preferred for shooting video as the Quadcopter won’t sway or drift because of light wind gusts. GPS Attitude Mode, or Attitude Mode, is a more manual flying mode in which the Phantom 2 does not try and maintain a fixed spatial position. When you release the controls it will continue to drift unless friction slows it down or you stop it. And in this mode it will be more likely to be blown around if there is any wind. This not a true manual mode, however, in that the GPS navigation system is still used to maintain flight stability and by the “return to home” feature in the event of signal loss. Return to Home Failsafe If the Quadcopter loses the signal from the controller for any reason the “return to home” feature will initialize. The aircraft will ascend to 60 feet then make a straight-line course back to the “home position” you will have defined during the GPS calibration process. Once there, it will safely descend to the ground and power itself off. Intelligent Orientation Control (IOC) IOC is designed to help make flying more intuitive. Nominally, the yaw control will allow the Quadcopter to rotate continuously, which can quickly become confusing if you lose track of which way is “front”. Suddenly your controls can get mixed up, where pressing right causes the craft to move left and pressing forward causes it move backward. Intelligent Orientation Control prevents this from happening, keeping the “tail” of the Quadcopter pointed roughly toward the pilot at all times. To enable this feature you will need to use the Naza Assistant Software. Slot-In Battery with LED Status Indicators A 5200 mAh battery slots into the “tail” of the Phantom 2 and enables up to 22 minutes of flying time. It features and on/off switch and four LED charge indicators that are visible while flying so you can keep track of remaining flight time. For recharging, balance and power regulation is handled internally within the battery itself. You simply plug it into a wall outlet with the supplied power cord and you are good to go. LED Status Indicator LED status light on the rear struts of the Phantom 2 provide you with various feedback as well as warnings. Colors alternate between green, amber and red and can either be flashing or solid. These messages give you valuable information such as whether the GPS system is properly calibrated, warning you the battery is getting low or telling you the remote’s signal is out of range. CREATE ASTONISHING AERIALS The Phantom 2 is unbelievably easy to fly. Combined with smooth, stabilised footage from the b-2D gimbal, aerial cinematography and videography has never been easier. It’s light, rugged and perfect for travel. Long flight timeEasy to carry *Requires Zenmuse b-2D, video downlink and monitor. Real flight at your fingertips See what the camera sees and lose yourself in picture quality so good it will feel like you’re in the sky yourself. Install an iOSD to see the real-time flight data. More flying fun. *Requires iOSD mini or iOSD Mark II, video downlink and monitor. Unbelievable Intelligence Program your flight path from an iPad with the 16 waypoint Ground Station system, to shoot with more precision than ever. Beyond visual range (BVR) flightMission planneriPad Ground Station, more convenient LIGHT WEIGHT, EASY TO CARRY weight: 1000gDimensions (cm): 29 x 29 x 18Flight time: 25mins Technology Self-tightening PropellerMicro USB PortCAN-Bus Expansion Module Intelligent, Long Lasting Battery The high capacity, high performance 5200mAh Lithium Polymer battery offers up to 25 minutes of flight time. Built in intelligence provides battery capacity data, over charge/discharge protection, as well as maintenance reminders making the battery extremely safe and reliable. 25% – 50% – 75% – 100% Battery CapacityEasy Battery Replacement Integrated battery compartment allows battery changes in a matter of seconds. Precision Flight and Stable Hovering Integrated GPS auto-pilot system offers position holding, altitude lock and stable hovering allows attention to be focused on shooting. Auto Return-to-Home /One-key Go-Home If the Phantom 2 and its controller disconnects during flight, the system’s failsafe protection will come to the rescue and if the signal is good enough, the Phantom 2 will return to home and land automatically. You can also program a One Key Go Home function through the Assistant software. Features: Ready to Fly, Multifunctional Quad-rotor SystemCustomized b-2D Gimbal SupportPrecision Flight and Stable Hovering25min Flight Time & Intelligent BatteryAuto Return-to-Home & LandingAdvanced Power ManagementIntelligent Orientation Control (IOC)Easy Battery ReplacementSelf-tightening PropellerVideo Downlink SupportCAN-Bus Expansion Module What’s In The Box:Phantom 2 Quadcopter 6-Channel Transmitter (TX)8 x Self-Tightening Props + 4 Extra for free Landing Gear (Pair)Phantom 2 Quadcopter BatteryPhantom 2 Vision Battery ChargerUSB CableWrenchLimited 1-Year Warranty on Transmitter, MC, ESC i000000

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