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The Parrot AR.Drone 2.0 Quadcopter Elite Edition with Jungle graphics is a remote controlled, four-propeller quadcopter with an integrated HD 1280 x 720p camera that supports video and still image capture while in flight. The AR.Drone 2.0 Elite Edition includes a lighter outdoor hull for optimal performance as well as an indoor hull that features prop guards. The AR.FreeFlight Control App allows you to use your iOS or Android mobile device to operate the aircraft from the ground as well as capture video and still photos. The device has built-in Wi-Fi to facilitate connection to your smartphone or mobile device, which provides a wireless range of up to 165' depending on conditions. You can use a joystick on your mobile device touchscreen or you can simply tilt and turn your mobile device to control the quadcopter.
The camera footage can be streamed directly to your mobile device using Wi-Fi for low resolution recording, can be recorded in full quality by inserting a USB flash drive or the Parrot Flight Recorder directly into the AR.Drone for onboard, in-flight recording. The AR.Drone 2.0's other notable features include an autopilot system, access to the AR.Drone Academy, multiple sensors for smooth flying and stability in the air, an onboard 1 GHz ARM Cortex A8 CPU running Linux, and support for acrobatic maneuvers including flips and barrel rolls. The AR.Drone 2.0 is also compatible with other apps including Director Mode, AR.Race 2, AR.Rescue 2 and Astro Drone.
Note: Please address all technical issues directly to Parrot. Contact technical support by phone at 877-9Parrot (877-972-7768).
Mobile Device Operated
The AR.Freeflight App features the following controller modes:
Joypad Mode (ON): Mobile device touchscreen joystick for control
Joypad Mode (OFF): Tilt mobile device for control
Absolute Control Mode: Lets you activate absolute reference control mode
AR.Freeflight is the main app used in lieu of a transmitter to operate the AR.Drone from the ground. Additional apps that are supported include: AR.Drone Director Mode App, AR.Race 2 App, AR.Rescue 2 App, and Astro Drone App. In addition, an SDK is available for developers, allowing custom solutions to be created
Integrated Flight Camera
HD recording to USB thumb drive or Flight Recorder
Captures 720p video at 30 fps in H.264
Captures still photos in JPEG
92° diagonal wide angle lens
Low-latency streaming to mobile device
Body Shell and Airframe Construction
Foam to isolate the inertial center from the engines' vibrations
Expanded Polypropylene (EPP) hulls
Carbon fiber tubes: total weight 13.4 oz with outdoor hull, 14.8 oz with indoor hull
Features 30% fiber charged nylon plastic parts
Liquid repellent nano-coating on ultrasound sensors
Fully reparable: all parts are designed to be replaced
Four brushless inrunner motors
Powered by 3 element, 1000 mAh lithium-polymer battery
Specific high propelled drag desinged to provide high maneuverability
8 MIPS AVR CPU per motor controller
14.5 watt and 28 500 rpm when hovering
Self-lubricating bronze bearings
Tempered steel propeller shafts and micro ball bearings
Low noise Nylatron gears for 8.625 propeller reductor
Rare earth magnets
Emergency stop controlled by software
Fully reprogrammable motor controller
Water resistant electronic controllers
Built-in ARM CPU
1 GHz, 32-bit ARM Cortex A8 processor with 800 MHz video DSP (TMS320DMC64x)
1 Gb DDR2 RAM at 200MHz
Wi-Fi with b/g/n support\
Flight Data Sensors
3-axis accelerometer with +/- 50mg precision
3-axis gyroscope with 2000°/second precision
Pressure sensor with +/- 10 Pa precision (2.6' at sea level)
60 fps vertical QVGA camera for ground speed measurement
3 axis magnetometer with 6° precision
Ultrasound sensors for ground altitude measurement
For connecting Flight Recorder, a thumb drive, and software updates