S1000 Premium + Z15-GH4 (HD) + A2
* camera not included
Spreading Wings S1000 Features
Zenmuse Z15-GH4 (HD)
Another Evolutionary 3-axis Professional HD Gimbal
Built for the Panasonic GH4/GH3
3-axis Rotation Control
A Total Solution
Multiple Control Modes
Gimbal Servo Drive Module
Built-In Independent IMU Module
9 TYPES OF MULTI-ROTORAND A CUSTOMIZED MOTOR MIXER
INTELLIGENT ORIENTATION CONTROL (IOC)
POINT OF INTEREST (POI)
INTELLIGENT LANDING GEAR FUNCTION
AUTO RETURN-TO-HOME /ONE-KEY GO-HOME
MULTI-ROTOR ONE-MOTOR FAIL PROTECTION
SAFE AND STABLE
The S1000’s V type mixer design provides large amounts of propulsion while improving power efficiency. Combined with a DJI flight controllers like the A2, it is guaranteed to remain stable even with the loss of a rotor. Integrated into the center frame is a power distribution system using our patented coaxial cable connector.
It is more efficient, reliable and easy to install and eliminates the need for soldering. All frame arms as well as the retractable landing gear are made from carbon fiber, ensuring light weight and high structural stability.
EASY TO USE
All eight arms can be completely folded down and the 1552 folding propeller can be tucked away, minimizing the S1000’s size for transportation. To fly, simply lift the frame arms up, lock them in place with the red clips and power up the system. This greatly saves on pre-flight prep time.
PRE-FLIGHT PREP TIME
Its main power cord uses an AS150 sparkproof plug and an XT150 plug, preventing creators from mixing up polarity when plugging in the battery and preventing short circuits.
Flight time 15 Mins
Takeoff weight 6Kg~11Kg
Weighing approximately 4kg with a maximum takeoff weight of about 11kg, the S1000 can easily carry equipment as heavy as a 5D mark 3. Used with a 6S 15000mAh battery it can fly for up to 15 minutes.
LOW GIMBAL MOUNTING POSITION
The gimbal is mounted low on the frame on a specially designed bracket. When combined with our retractable landing gear, it offers a clear and wide shooting angle.
RETRACTABLE LANDING GEAR
Our Zenmuse gimbal range offers advanced camera stabilization for smooth footage, precision tilt and position control from the ground, and video downlink compatibility so that person on the ground can see what the camera sees.
Gimbal and battery are mounted to the same bracket, with dampers placed between the bracket and the frame. This significantly reduces high-frequency vibrations and makes shots clearer and sharper. The battery tray's position also makes it more stable and convenient for mounting and dismounting.
FRAME ARM DESIGN
Each frame arm is designed with an 8° inversion and a 3° inclination, making the aircraft more stable when rolling and pitching yet more flexible when rotating.
Each frame arm has a built-in 40A electronic speed controller (ESC). When combined with its 4114 pro motor and high performance 1552 folding propellers, it is capable of a maximum thrust of 2.5Kg.
For aircraft of 20 kg or less, these are referred to as a 'small unmanned aircraft', for which the requirements are a little less stringent and are covered within Articles 166 and 167.
in Class A, C, D or E airspace unless the permission of the appropriate air traffic control unit has been obtained;
within an aerodrome traffic zone during the notified hours of watch of the air traffic unit (if any) at that aerodrome unless the permission of any such air traffic control unit has been obtained; or
at a height of more than 400 feet above the surface unless it is flying in airspace described in sub-paragraph (a) or (b) above and in accordance with the requirements for that airspace.
over or within 150 metres of any congested area;
over or within 150 metres of an organised open-air assembly of more than 1,000 persons;
within 50 metres of any vessel, vehicle or structure which is not under the control of the person in charge of the aircraft; or
subject to paragraphs (3) and (4), within 50 metres of any person.
In essence therefore, provided the aircraft has a mass of 20 kg or less, the current regulations state:
Note: there is currently no 'protected' frequency band allocated for the control link between 'remote pilot' and aircraft. Some control frequencies are also 'shared' with other uses (such as Bluetooth and WiFi, or a band for research and development systems). The small UAS manufacturers should be well aware of this, however it would be worthwhile checking with them to ensure that there are no other related precautions which need to be taken with their specific machine. You will need to ensure that any other equipment you routinely need to use does not adversely affect the flight of the aircraft.
Careful note should be taken that the collection of images of identifiable individuals, even inadvertently, when using surveillance cameras mounted on a small unmanned surveillance aircraft, will be subject to the Data Protection Act. As this Act contains requirements concerning the collection, storage and use of such images, Small Unmanned Aircraft operators should ensure that they are complying with any such applicable requirements or exemptions.
Further information about the Data Protection Act and the circumstances in which it applies can be obtained from the Information Commissioner’s Office and website: www.ico.org.uk
Foldable Propeller (1552/1552R)
Gain Value Settings