Zero UAV YS-X4

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Zero UAV YS-X4

Postby Outlaw Graphics » Fri Apr 12, 2013 12:12 pm

just finished building my TBS Discovery, i was going to get a Naza and GPS but i couldn't find stock so instead i got a Zero UAV YS-X4 here's some specs of the FC
OVERVIEW
YS-X4 Autopilot system for multi-rotor is specially designed for Hobbyist. It continues the Innovation/Practicality/Convenience style of products of Zero UAV , applied to brand-new design of integrating IMU into one unified box with MC, possessing fashionable appearance with metal texture, comes with free navigation/ click & go/target lock etc. supper cool features, meanwhile it supports ground station like Android Phone/Tablet/PC and various platforms like Quad/Hexa/Octo etc. 9 types of multi-rotor, brings you extremely different flying experience.
YS-X4 will come with two versions and free GCS for ALL:
1 WIFI Version (YS-X4W, Upgrade to Navigator Version Available)
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FEATURES
1 Auto (Takeoff/ Go Home/Landing)
2 Target Lock & Fly encircle (Both ground station and RC Transmitter can control & No limitation)
3 Click/Touch & Fly To Point
4 Realtime Flight status (Google Earth Map)
5 Auto-Navigation
6 Fail/Safe (Auto Hover--Go home--Landing)
7 Low Voltage Alert
8 Gimbal Stabilization
9 Flight Control Mode(GPS Attitude Mode/ Attitude Mode/ Manual Mode)
10 Bluetooth Module Supported
11 Built-in Damper Module
12 Optional S-BUS/Ordinary/PPM Receiver
13 Carefree
14 Follow Me
15 Intelligent Motor Arm/Disarm
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION

Basic Performance
Multi Rotor Types supported Quad-Rotor: +4, x4;
Hexa-Rotor +6, x6,Y6, Rev Y6;
Octo-Rotor +8, x8, V8 (Gimbal is unavailable)
Supported ESC output 400Hz refresh frequency
Recommended Transmitter PCM or 2.4GHz with 6 channels at least and Failsafe
function available on all channels
Recommended Battery 3S~6S LiPo
Power Consumption MAX 2.5W
Operating Temperature -5°C to +60°C
Ground Control Software Requirement Android / Windows XP sp3 / Windows 7
Flight Performance
Hovering position accuracy (GPS
mode) Vertical: ± 1m Horizontal: ± 2m
Suitable Wind Condition < 8m/s (17.7mph)
Max Tilt Angle 35°
Max Ascent/Descent Speed <6m/s

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Click Here for Detailed Information
/uploads/YS-X4 Informations3.pdf

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Re: Zero UAV YS-X4

Postby Outlaw Graphics » Fri Apr 12, 2013 12:14 pm

pictures of the build, hoping to test over the weekend

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Re: Zero UAV YS-X4

Postby Outlaw Graphics » Sat Apr 20, 2013 6:49 pm

had a couple of flights with this now, still tinkering with setting but i'm amazed by how locked in the GPS is, also tried the RTH feature today for the first time with success
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Re: Zero UAV YS-X4

Postby G6EJD » Sat Apr 20, 2013 7:06 pm

Looks good and this shows there is an alternative (better IMO) than the Naza.
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Re: Zero UAV YS-X4

Postby Outlaw Graphics » Sun Apr 21, 2013 12:23 am

i've never owned a NAZA so can't compare but this has got lots of features so will keep me interested for a while :)
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Re: Zero UAV YS-X4

Postby Outlaw Graphics » Sun Apr 21, 2013 2:02 am

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Re: Zero UAV YS-X4

Postby MXG » Fri Apr 24, 2015 10:34 am

Hi,

What is the recommended maximum airframe size for this? DJI, for example, recommend that you don't use the Naza for anything over 650mm (I've used it on a 1050mm) without issue.

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