Here’s the Autel Evo II Drone manual for you to check out.
Here’s the full instructions manual for Autel Evo II Drone.
About This Manual:
Before Your First Flight:
- Documents for Getting Started
- Autel Explorer™ App Installation
A 3-axis camera gimbal that is stabilized and foldable is part of the EVO II quadcopter.
Flight LED Indicators:
On the tip of each aeroplane arm is an LED indication. To make it easier for you to locate the orientation of the aircraft’s nose, the front LEDs will illuminate solid red. The aircraft’s current flight status will be shown on the rear LEDs.
The brand-new, specially created rechargeable Li-Po battery for the EVO II has a high energy density and capacity. It should only be charged using the included charger.
- Basic Functions
- Additional Functions
- LED Warning Descriptions
Gimbal & Camera:
A high-precision 3-axis gimbal built into the aircraft stabilizes the camera while it is in flight, resulting in stable, clear images.
The gimbal temperature needs to be between -10°C and 50°C (14°F and 122°F) in order to function effectively. The pitch axis can be changed to any angle between 0° and 90° using the Autel ExplorerTM app or the gimbal pitch slider on the remote control.
- Gimbal of EVO Ⅱ: provides an 8K video camera
- Gimbal of EVO Ⅱ Pro: provides a 6K camera with a 1-inch sensor
- Gimbal of EVO Ⅱ Dual: provides an infrared camera and an 8K video camera
- Replacing the Gimbal
Built-in Smart Flight System:
Through its integrated Smart Flying technology, the EVO II offers stable and user-friendly flight control. The technology provides a number of sophisticated features, such as Go Home, Using the StarpointTM Positioning System, and Failsafe.
- Flight Modes
Depending on the availability of GPS and the flying conditions, the EVO II can automatically convert between two flight modes.
Smart Flight Features:
- Go Home
Only when a strong GPS signal is present can the Go Home function be activated. Press and hold the Go Home Button on the remote control for three seconds to manually start the Go Home procedure.
The flight will automatically return to its present home location and land there after receiving this command, according to 28.
When necessary, the EVO II can use the Failsafe feature to automatically land in its present location or return home.
- Landing Features
The landing protection mechanism of the aircraft will identify the ground conditions when it reaches the home point above. If the terrain is level and flat, the flight will land automatically. If not, it will wait for the next order while hovering where it is right now.
Omnidirectional Binocular Vision Sensing System:
Binocular vision sensor devices on the EVO II’s front, back, left, right, top, and bottom employs picture data to estimate the distance between the aircraft and potential obstructions.
When a system detects an obstruction, the aircraft will stop moving forward. The StarpointTM Positioning System is also included in the front, back, and bottom binocular vision systems.
This technology analyses images from binocular cameras to determine the location and employs ultrasonic sensors to determine the aircraft’s current height.
- Functionality Description
Under ideal circumstances, the EVO II has an unimpeded transmission range of up to 9 kilometers. The remote control can be used with or without an attached mobile device and provides live video downlink.
2.4 GHz is the frequency used by the video downlink and aircraft remote control systems. A live video stream, battery life, GPS signal, flight speed, and other information are shown on the 3.3-inch OLED screen.
Live View Panel:
- Flight Information Panel
- Image Transmission Mode
To check the remote control’s remaining power level without powering it on, press
the power button quickly
Remote Control Buzzer Alerts:
A user-friendly design and full assembly are standard on the EVO II right out of the box. Please read the following instructions and warnings before your first flight to guarantee safe drone operation.
Aircraft Battery Installation:
- Before inserting the battery, turn it off.
- As indicated on the right, put the battery in the battery compartment. It will snap solidly into place after the batteries.
Aircraft Battery Removal:
- Before removal, turn off the aircraft battery.
- Slowly remove the battery by pressing and holding the finger grips on either side.
Using the provided charger, you can charge both the remote control and the flight battery at the same time. The adapter block of the charger has two connectors attached.
The fixed cable connects to the flight battery, as illustrated below, and the USB cable is used to recharge the remote control.
Remote Control Preparation:
Unfolding the Remote Control:
- Positioning the Antennas
Powering On/Off the Remote Control:
- Powering On
- Powering Off
Remote Control Calibration:
It is advised to calibrate the remote control if the Command Sticks are aberrant (for instance, if the remote control is dropped to the ground or the aircraft’s flight direction does not match the control inputs). Using the Autel ExplorerTM app, you can calibrate the remote control.
Pairing the Aircraft & Remote Control:
- Unfolding the Aircraft
- Removing & Reinstalling the Gimbal Holder
- Unfolding the Arms & Propellers
- Attaching the Propellers
- Detaching the Propellers
User calibration is often not required because the compass is calibrated right out of the box. The procedures listed below can be used to calibrate an aircraft if compass error messages arise, the aircraft’s flight direction does not match control inputs, or you fly the aircraft a great distance from your calibration site.
- Calibration Procedure
Remote Control & Flight Operations:
The flight has three different Command Stick Modes: Mode 1, Mode 2, and Mode 3. They all operate the flight in different ways.
For Mode 2, which is the default, see the diagrams below. Consult the App Manual for instructions on how to modify the Command Stick Mode.
Motor Start & Aircraft Takeoff:
Command Stick Controls (Mode 2):
- Left Command Stick
- Right Command Stick
Landing & Motor Shutdown:
- Manual Landing
- Automatic Landing
- Passive Landing
Maintenance & Service:
Autel Robotics will continuously offer firmware updates to improve the functionality of your EVO II. From our official website, you can get the most recent firmware in a single bundle. The Autel ExplorerTM app, once connected to the aircraft, will inform you when a firmware update is ready.
Downloading & upgrading the firmware:
Storage & Maintenance:
Regulatory Compliance & Flight Restricted Area:
Compliance & Advisory:
Flight Restricted Area Illustration:
- Aircraft Specifications
- Sensing System Specifications
- Camera Specifications
- Gimbal Specifications
- Aircraft Battery Specifications
- Remote Control Specifications
- Charger Specifications
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