Delair UX11 Drone User Manual

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Here’s the full instructions manual for Delair UX11 Drone.

Introduction: The Delair UX11 aircraft is an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) that is operated remotely. The aircraft uses BVLOS-ready communications.

Mobile connectivity via a 3G network allows for a limited range. Additionally, the Delair Link radio link can also be used for communication between the aircraft and the tablet.

The aircraft can perform precise steep (30 degrees) takeoffs and landings for use in confined areas. Landings are executed at low speed through the use of distance-measurement technology

  • The UX11 system
    • Typical applications
    • ISA conditions

All the operating specifications provided in this guide for the UX11 aircraft are determined using International Standard Atmosphere (ISA) conditions.

  • Project phases

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System components:

  • UX11 aircraft
    • Top view
Delair UX11 Drone User Manual
  • Bottom view
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  • Buttons and LEDs
  • Tablet
    • Requirements
    • Recommended tablets
  • Delair Link communication module

As an option, you can control the aircraft using the Delair Link communication module.

  • Overview
    • Buttons and screen
    • Setting menus
  • Transport bag
    • Features
    • Overview
    • Aircraft docking

The wing spacer foam also functions as a supporting foam plate for docking the aircraft during assembling, pre-flight operations and disassembling.

Software overview:

  • Installation
  • Configuring cellular connection on the tablet
  • First-time configuration
  • The “My missions” screen
    • Mission preparation screens
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  • Flight monitoring screen
  • Maintenance screen
    • Association
    • FCC/CE Setting

Telecoms regulation standards impose restrictions on Wi-Fi frequency use, power levels, etc.

  • Firmware update
  • Settings screen

Specifications and limitations:

  • Specifications
    • UX11 aircraft specifications
    • Sensor specifications
    • Data link specifications
  • Limitations
    • Operation limitations
    • Flight environment
    • Obstacle clearances
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When defining a flight, you must ensure that the mission area is clear of obstacles at the flight height and the selected takeoff and landing locations.

  • GSD and height

The GSD (ground sample distance) specifies the distance on the ground represented by the pixel of a captured image.

It depends on the camera sensor’s pixel size and lens focal length. The smaller the GSD value, the more detailed the images.

  • Image overlap

Preparing a mission:

  • Creating a mission
  • Setting flight areas and no-fly zones
    • Creating a polygon
    • Editing a polygon
    • Adding no-fly zones
  • Downloading maps, DEM, and custom DEM
    • Downloading a map and a DEM
    • Use a custom DEM
  • Defining the flight
    • Managing the flight settings
    • Set the takeoff location
    • Set the landing location
    • Setting a geofence

A geofence is a virtual boundary the aircraft cannot fly through. Whatever happens, the aircraft will stay within restricted airspace.

  • Checking the communication timeout
  • Viewing the flight plan elevation

To ensure that the aircraft stays within its safe capabilities, tap SHOW ELEVATION to view the elevation profile.

  • Resume uncompleted flight

Flight scheduling:

  • Check flight conditions and permissions
    • Check the flight permission
    • Check the weather
  • Check the site

Preparing the equipment:

  • Checking the UX11
  • Charging the UX11 battery pack
    • Charging cable
    • Charger settings
    • Charging and discharging mode
    • Cycle mode
    • Checking battery parameters while charging
    • Checking battery level with the LiPo checker

A LiPo checker (battery cell checker) is provided with the charger. It can be used to verify battery (and individual cell) charge level.

  • Charging the Delair Link communication module
  • Checking the tablet
  • Storing your equipment in the transport bag

Executing a flight:

  • Checking the environment
  • Finishing the creation of the flight plan
  • Assembling the UX11 aircraft
  • Inserting the battery into the UX11 aircraft
  • Powering up
  • Completing the pre-flight checklist
  • Launching the UX11 aircraft
  • Monitoring and controlling the UX11 aircraft during flight
    • Monitoring
    • Controlling
      • User-initiated flight modes
      • Autopilot-initiated flight modes
      • Waiting pattern definition
      • Alarms
  • Landing the UX11 aircraft
    • Abort landing
  • Completing the post-flight checklist
  • Removing the battery from the UX11 aircraft
  • Disassembling the UX11 aircraft

Analysing, exporting and processing :

  • Pre-processing using Delair After Flight application
  • The Delair After Flight application
    • Installing the application
    • Obtaining PPK licenses
  • Importing, visualising and processing data
    • Importing the images from the UX11
    • Processing images for high accuracy (PPK)
      • Select base station files
      • Set reference coordinates and height offset
      • Launch the process
    • Selecting and filtering images
    • Exporting images
  • Configuration settings and options
    • Digital Elevation Model
    • Coordinate systems
      • Configuring the preferred coordinate system
      • Showing coordinates on mouse position
    • Other options
      • Exported formats
  • Photogrammetry processing


  • Replacing the propeller
  • Replacing a wing
  • Replacing the belly plate
  • Replacing the propeller holder
  • Cleaning or replacing the Pitot tube
  • Cleaning the camera lens
  • Replacing the Delair Link battery


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