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|Size||Controller: 51.2mm x 38mm x 15.3mm|
IMU: 41.4mm x 31.1mm x 27.8mm
GPS module: 50mm (diameter) x 50mm
LED: 25mm x 25mm x 7mm
|Power Consumption||Max. 5W|
|Maximum Wing Resistance||<8m/s|
|Max Yaw Angular Velocity||150 deg/s|
|Max Tilt Angle||35°|
|Low Battery Voltage Warning||Supported|
|Hovering Accuracy|| |
|Supported Multi-rotor||Quadcopter: I4，X4;
|Supported ESC||400Hz frequency|
|Recommended Battery||2S to 6S LiPo|
|Operating Temperature||-5°C to +60°C|
|Assistant Software System Requirement||Windows XP / Windows Vista / Windows 7 / Windows 8|
|Recommended Radio||D-BUS, PPM or normal receiver|
|Other DJI Products Supported||Z15, H3-2D, H3-3D, iOSD, 2.4G Data Link, S800 EVO, S900, S1000, S100+, etc.|
|PWM I/O Ports||F1，F2 &X ports for output|
|iOSD Data Storage||Need iOSD MARK II|
|Ground Station||2.4G DATA LINK|
|Intelligent Flight Modes||Home Lock, Course Lock, Point of Interest|
|Remote Parameter Adjustment||WKM Assistant（need BTU or Bluetooth LED）|
|PC Assistant||DJI ASSISTANT, not support simulator|
It provides assistant software (app) for iOS devices, you can download these from the APP store, and you also need the DJI Bluetooth LED.
The assistant software for Mac will be available in the future.
If you fail to adjust the gain value in the Assistant software, please check the follow items to solve the problem:
1. Make sure the MC has connected and communicated with the Assistant software successfully.
2. Make sure the Receiver has connected to the MC successfully.
3. Make sure you have selected the correct Receiver type in the Assistant software, and then you can try to adjust the gain value again.
Please check the following items:
a). Whether the aircraft or motor is overloaded or not, which could cause the aircraft to lose altitude;
b). Whether the battery power is sufficient, low voltage will trigger the low voltage protection function;
c). The vibration of the aircraft is excessive, please check the motors and propeller balance to avoid vibration;
“This is the Home-Point indicating function. When the Home-Point has been recorded before takeoff, every time the main controller has searched more than 6 satellites (no red flashing), and you are not in manual mode, the LED will flash 6 purple LED’s periodically to indicate that the aircraft is less than 8km from the Home-Point. When the aircraft is outside the 8km radius, the LED’s will cease blinking.
If you are using the IOC function, every time you re-edit the Home-Point, the purple lights will flash.
LED blinks yellow and green alternatively means compass errors or interference:
1.Long time yellow and green blinking: in this case compass calibration is required.
2.Temporary yellow and green blinking: e.g. LED blinks several times when the aircraft flying over some district and then no yellow and green blinks; or take an calibrated aircraft from outside to inside of house, the yellow and green blinking may appear inside. In these cases the compass is ok and has no influences to flight. Compass calibration is not required.
When compass data become abnormal (LED blinks yellow and green) during flying, for safety reasons, the autopilot system will auto change the control mode. However in ATTI. and Manual Mode is free from influence. In any other control mode, the autopilot system will enter into ATTI. Mode automatically (the mode shown on status bar will be “Atti.” if you connect the autopilot to the assistant software). Once the compass data go back to normal, the autopilot system will regain the original control mode.