YUNEEC Typhoon G Quadcopter with GB203 Gimbal for GoPro (RTF)

YUNEEC Typhoon G Quadcopter with GB203 Gimbal for GoPro (RTF)

YUNEEC Typhoon G Quadcopter with GB203 Gimbal for GoPro (RTF)

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Product Highlights

  • Designed for Aerial Photo and Video
  • Aerial Video with a GoPro HERO
  • 3-Axis Gimbal Stabilizes Camera
  • ST10+ Ground Station / Transmitter
  • 5.5" Touchscreen to View/Operate Camera
  • OSD Overlay of Flight Telemetry Data
  • No-Fly Database
  • Battery Lasts up to 25 Minutes
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  • 1Description

A completion level of ready-to-fly (RTF) means this version of the Typhoon G Quadcopter with GB203 Gimbal for GoPro Camera from Yuneec comes factory-assembled and that a pre-bound transmitter/ground station unit (radio controller) is included. More than just an RC multi-rotor, the Typhoon G is designed for APV - aerial photography and video. To this end, it features a 3-axis gimbal on which you can mount a GoPro HERO3, HERO3+, or HERO4 action camera.

The Typhoon G is bundled with the ST10+ Personal Ground Station, a 10-channel, 2.4 GHz transmitter and 5.8 GHz video receiver rolled into one hand-held unit. In addition to traditional RC joysticks to pilot the quadcopter, there is a built-in Android mobile device which boasts a 5.5" touchscreen - a bump from the original ST10, which has a 4.5" screen. It allows you to view an FPV (first-person view) video image from the camera along with telemetry data superimposed, as well as access settings not available through normal transmitter.

As part of the RTF bundle, if features one 5400mAh flight battery, providing up to 25 minutes flying per charge - depending on wind-resistance and other factors.

GB203 Gimbal for GoPro

    The included GB203 gimbal allows you to mount a GoPro on the Typhoon G. The gimbal provides three axes of stabilization. It can pitch (tilt) +75 to -120-degrees, roll (cant) ±45-degrees, and yaw (pan) ±45-degrees. The gimbal powers directly from the flight battery. It works with the HERO3, HERO3+, HERO4 Black, and HERO4 Silver

    To relay video back to the ground end, the MK58 Digital Video Downlink is included. This allows you to view a live image on the display of the ST10+'s 5.5" screen

    ST10+ Transmitter/Personal Ground Station

      Transmitter (hand-held radio controller) and ground station system are combined into one device with the 10-channel ST10+. It features a 2.4 GHz transmitter for joystick operation of the quadcopter. In addition, there is a 5.8 GHz-range receiver for the video feed from the camera plus telemetry data. Updates over the original ST10 include a brighter touchscreen that is now 5.5" in size. The screen plus embedded Android OS enables you to view a live feed from the video transmitter complete with telemetry data overlaid (OSD)

      Flight Control Features

      No-Fly Database
      The Typhoon G flight computer has access to a database of published FAA no-fly areas - such as zones near airports. Additionally, the maximum flight altitude can be locked to remain below 400' AGL (above ground level) for further compliance

      Flight Modes

      Smart Mode
      Designed for beginners, this mode uses GPS to establish a 26' "SAFE Circle" around the pilot. Stick relativity is maintained, meaning the aircraft will move in the same direction the stick is pressed is relative to the pilot, regardless of which way the quadcopter's actual "nose" is pointing. A "virtual barrier" imposes maximum radius of 300', help to ensure visual with the quadcopter is always maintained
      Angle Mode
      This mode is optimized for experienced pilots using the Typhoon G for aerial photography. It provides more control and steeper bank and pitch angles, helping open your work up to a greater variety of possible shots
      Home Mode
      This safety feature can be activated at any time with the simple flip of a switch on the ST10+. When activated, the Typhoon G will automatically return to its "home point" and land within a 10' circle of where it took off. If for whatever reason the transmitter signal is lost, Return Home will take over and fly the Typhoon G back to the home point until it lands or the signal is restored

      Note: Proper GPS calibration is required to ensure this feature works correctly
      Follow Me
      With this mode, the gimbal keeps the camera trained on the operator holding the ST10+

      Includes CGO SteadyGrip

        Transform the GoPro HERO camera and gimbal into a handheld, stabilized mini-rig with the included CGO SteadyGrip. It features a smartphone holder for iOS and Android devices that have screens up to 6.4" so that you can use the app to monitor a live feed and operate camera settings (5.8 GHz Wi-Fi support on the mobile devices is required). The gimbal slides on with rail attachment for quick setup and draws its power from six AA batteries that are housed in the base (batteries available separately). A pitch control roller on the top of the handgrip allows you to manually adjust camera tilt while shooting

        Note: This version of the SteadyGrip is not compatible with the CGO3 camera
        Flight Time Up to 25 minutes (depending on flying conditions)
        Maximum Flying Height 400' / 121.9 m above ground level

        Note: Adjustable via the Q500 GUI
        Maximum Rotational Velocity 65°/s
        Maximum Bank Angle 35°
        Maximum Climb Rate Smart and Angle Mode: 9.8 fps / 3 m/s
        Maximum Descent Rate Smart and Angle Mode: 6.6 fps / 2 m/s
        Takeoff Weight With Battery and CGO2-GB Camera: 3.7 lb / 1.7 kg
        Model Gimbal for GoPro HERO3, HERO3+, HERO4 (camera available separately)
        Range Pitch: +75 to -120°
        Roll: ±45°
        Yaw: ±45°
        Temperature Operating Temperature: 32 to 104°F / 0 to 40°C
        Dimensions 4.3 x 3.8 x 4.5" / 110 x 97 x 115 mm
        Weight 8.1 oz / 230 g
        Steady Grip
        Dimensions 8.8 x 3 x 7.1" / 223 x 75 x 181 mm
        Weight Without Camera / Gimbal: 13.9 oz / 395 g
        Video Transmitter
        Frequency 5.8 GHz
        Range Up to 1312.3' / 400 m line-of-sight
        Power Requirements 5 VDC (±0.5 V)
        1 A
        Dimensions 2.5 x 1.2 x 0.5" / 63 x 30.2 x 11.5 mm
        Weight With Antenna, Connector, and USB: 1.3 oz / 36 g
        Flight Battery
        Capacity 5400 mAh
        Chemistry Lithium-polymer
        Voltage 3S (11.1 V)
        Model SC 3500-3 Balancing Smart Charger
        Supported Chemistries Lithium-polymer
        Charge Voltage 12.6 VDC; 3.5 A / 45 W maximum
        Fuse 7.5 A
        Power Requirements 10.5 to 15 VDC; 5 A (100 to 240 VAC adapter included)
        Model ST10+ Personal Ground Station
        Frequency Control Channels: 2.4 GHz
        Video Receiver: 5.8 GHz
        Channels 10
        Flight Modes Smart
        Home Modes
        Operating System Android
        Number of Channels 10
        Range Control Signal: Up to 2624.7' / 400 m line-of-sight under optimal conditions
        Display Size: 5.5"
        Interface: Capacitive multi-touch
        OSD Flight systems telemetry data can be viewed on-screen
        Feedback Tactile (vibrating) and audible feedback
        Power Requirements Built-in Battery:
        3.6 V; 5200 mAh, 18.7, Wh
        Charger 5 V USB charging (AC adapter included)
        Dimensions Height: 8.3" / 210 mm
        Width: 16.5" / 420 mm
        Diagonal Length without Rotor Blades: 20" / 510 mm
        Propeller/Main Rotor Diameter: 13" / 330 mm
        Weight Without Battery and Payload: 2.5 lb / 1.1 kg
        Packaging Info
        Package Weight 15.2 lb
        Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 20.0 x 18.0 x 12.0"
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