Autel Robotics EVO 2 Pro – Drone User Manual

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Here’s the full instructions manual for Autel Robotics EVO 2 Pro Drone

Aircraft :

Functionality Description:

Autel Robotics EVO 2 Pro - Drone User Manual
Autel Robotics EVO 2 drone
  • Flight LED Indicators

On the tip of each aeroplane arm is an LED indication. Front LEDs are going to
To help you determine the plane’s nose’s direction, the light up solid red the back.

The aircraft’s current flight status will be shown on LEDs. The graph below displays each status indicator’s meaning

  • Aircraft Battery

The brand-new, specially created rechargeable Li-Po battery for the EVO II has high
energy capacity and density. It should only be charged using the provided charger.

  • Gimbal & Camera

The camera is stabilised by a high-precision 3-axis gimbal inside the aircraft image stability and clarity are ensured while the aircraft is in flight.

To function properly, the gimbals must be between -10°C and 50°C (14°F and 122°F) in temperature. You can modify the gimbal pitch using the remote control or the Autel ExplorerTM app. the pitch axis to any angle between 0 and 90 degrees.

Autel Robotics EVO 2 Pro - Drone
  • Built-in Smart Flight System

The EVO II’s integrated Smart Flight system provides stable and user-friendly flight control.
System. The technology provides a number of sophisticated features, such as Go Home,
Using the StarpointTM Positioning System and Failsafe.

  • Smart Flight Features

The EVO II’s integrated Smart Flight system provides stable and user-friendly flight control.
System. The technology provides a number of sophisticated features, such as Go Home,
Using the StarpointTM Positioning System and Failsafe.

  • Omnidirectional Binocular Vision Sensing System
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Binocular vision sensing on the EVO II’s front, back, left, right, top, and bottom. In order to determine the distance between an aeroplane and prospective obstacles.

When an obstruction is detected, the system will stop the aircraft’s forward movement. detected. The StarpointTM is also incorporated into the front, back, and bottom binocular vision systems. Positioning Method.

This method determines the current using ultrasonic sensors. With the binocular cameras, the pilot measures the aircraft’s height and determines its location. through analysis of images.

Remote Control:

Under ideal conditions, the EVO II has an unimpeded transmission range of up to 9 kilometres conditions.

The remote control works with or without a live video downlink and supports without a mobile device pairing.

The aeroplane remote control and video downlink system At 2.4 GHz, the control mechanism operates. A live video is shown on the OLED screen’s 3.3-inch size. feed, battery life, GPS signal, altitude, and other information.

  • Functionality Description
  • Live View Panel
  • Indicator Lights
  • Remote Control Buzzer Alerts

Preflight Preparation:

The EVO II has an intuitive design and leaves the factory a completely constructed box. Please carefully read the instructions and follow them to guarantee safe drone use.
the following cautions before your first flight.

Battery Preparation:

  • Aircraft Battery Installation
  • Aircraft Battery Removal
  • Charging

The remote control and aeroplane battery can both be charged using the provided charger The adapter block of the charger has two connectors attached.

The fixed cable matches the aeroplane battery, as seen below, and the USB cable is charge the remote control with.

Remote Control Preparation:

  • Unfolding the Remote Control
  • Powering Up/Off the Remote Control
  • Remote Control Calibration
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If the Command Sticks exhibit unusual behaviour (for instance, if the remote control is dropped, when the aircraft’s flight path does not correspond to control inputs), it is
It is advised that you calibrate the remote control. The remote control can be adjusted.
through the Autel ExplorerTM app

  • Pairing the Aircraft & Remote Control

Aircraft Preparation:

  • Unfolding the Aircraft
  • Propellers Installation
  • Compass Calibration

The compass is pre-calibrated out of the box, therefore user calibration is usually not necessary unneeded.

If compass error warnings affect the direction of the aircraft’s flight does not correspond to control inputs, or you fly the aircraft far away from your calibration position; calibrate it using the instructions below.

Flight Operations:

Preflight Checklist:

Remote Control & Flight Operations:

  • Motor Start & Aircraft Takeoff
  • Command Stick Controls (Mode 2)
  • Landing & Motor Shutdown

When either of the following circumstances occurs, Failsafe will be activated. The plane will automatically land from where it is now.

Maintenance & Service:

Autel Robotics will offer firmware to enhance your EVO II’s performance. updates that are made frequently.

The most recent firmware is available for download in one file on our official website, please. You will be notified when a firmware update is available after connecting it to the aircraft, a prompt appears on the Autel ExplorerTM app.

  • Firmware Upgrade
  • Troubleshooting Tips
  • Storage & Maintenance
  • Warranty:
  • Customer Service:
    • Technical Support
    • Repair Service


Regulatory Compliance & Flight Restricted Area:

  • Compliance & Advisory
  • Flight Restricted Area Illustration

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