The next generation of hexacopter with ground station and
Synopsis: The H500 with retractable gears, is an advanced
unmanned aerial video multi-rotor. Packaged to be Ready-to-Fly out of the box,
it comes standard with multiple flight modes, such as Stabilized mode, IOC
(Simple mode), Position Hold (Loiter), One Key Return Home (RTL), One Key Start.
The H500 comes standard with 5400 milli-amps-hour 6S battery, providing you upto
20 minutes of flight time. This gives you sufficient time to survey a site,
shoot a movie scene or conduct a virtual tour.
12 channels professional FPV Radio with OSD and Large 5" video screen
5.8G real time image monitor, 5LCD screen
Supports 3 versions of camera - GoPro 3 or iLook+ or Sony RX 100
3-Axis Brushless Gimbal - G-3D supports iLook and Go Pro Hero 3 sized cameras.
G-3S supports Sony RX100
Flight time up to 25 minutes (22.2V 5400mAh LiPo included)
New GPS flight control system featuring more accurate position hold
Hyper IOC - advanced intelligent orientation control
Circle Mode - H500 can circle a GPS Waypoint to cruise around
One Key Go Home
One Key Start. The One Key Start function, is one switch to start the engine,
it throttles up to a specified altitude, and loiters for the next stick command.
Failsafe to return home in case of signal loss
One of the key features of a Devo F12E transmitter, the CoPilot Mode, 2 pilots
on a Tali H500 hexacopter. Very often you may find it difficult to fly and film
at the same time, the Devo F12E allows you to turn any programmable Devo or
compatible transmitter into a second transmitter for a CoPilot to share
responsibilities. In other words, one person can be flying and the other person
can be the camera man. Typically on a Search and Rescue mission, a SAR team will
also consist of the pilot, sensor operator and the spotter.
How to stop stop your G3D rattling:
Depending on your setting, instead of Aux 5, you may need to adjust Aux 6,
following the same principles.
Tali H500 and Scout x4 uses a LiPo case, which you purchase for USD$35, and
place your own battery.
... behind the scenes
Thursday November 10, 2016