By Helen Lyman. User Manual. Published at Monday, February 05th, 2018 - 20:01:08 PM.
The frame: The frame connects all the parts and keeps them in position. The frame comes in two arrangements such as X or + The motors: There are four motors in a drone and that is why it is also known as quadcopter. Each propeller is powered by a single motor. The voltage of the motor will determine the speed or rotation of the propeller. Electronic speed control: The wires that connect the battery with the motor are known as ECS. Flight control board: This is the master control and regulates the accelerometer as well as the gyrometer directing the speed of the motor. Battery and charger: This is important as it provides life to the drone to take flights.
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TAKING OFF: Take-off to eye-level altitude for about 10-15 seconds; Look for any imbalances or irregularities; Listen for abnormal sounds; Pitch, roll, and yaw to test control response and sensitivity; Check for electromagnetic interference or other software warnings; Do one final check to secure safety of flight operations area; Proceed with flight mission
WEATHER & SITE SAFETY CHECK: Chance of precipitation less than 10%; Wind speed under 15 knots (less than 20 mph); Cloud base at least 500 feet; Visibility at least 3 statute miles (SM); If flying at dawn dusk, double-check civil twilight hours; Establish take-off, landing, and emergency hover zones; Potential for electromagnetic interference? Look for towers, wires, buildings, trees, or other obstructions; Look for pedestrians andor animals and set up safety perimeter if needed; Discuss flight mission with other crew members if present.
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