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Intel Aero Ready to Fly Drone

Hello everyone!

Just wonder if anyone knows:

1) Is a battery included in Intel Aero Ready to Fly Drone for drone itself and for controller? If yes, which one?

2) What is the protocol and frequencies the controller using? (Is it Zigbee or smth)

Thank you!

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idata
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Hello nemtseva,

 

 

The recommended battery: Li-Po, 4S, 4000+ mAh, with XT60 connector according with the Intel website click.intel.com, you can see here:

 

http://click.intel.com/intel-aero-ready-to-fly-drone.html http://click.intel.com/intel-aero-ready-to-fly-drone.html

 

Just scroll down and you will see the information below the videos.

 

 

 

Regards,

 

 

 

Ivan.

 

idata
Community Manager
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Hi nemtseva,

 

 

Just to answer your questions:

 

Is a battery included in Intel Aero Ready to Fly Drone for drone itself and for controller? If yes, which one?

 

>> A battery is not included.

 

 

2) What is the protocol and frequencies the controller using? (Is it Zigbee or smth)

 

>> Per the specification table on the https://software.intel.com/en-us/aero/drone-dev-kit product page, the ESCs utilize a UART interface which are designed and manufactured by Yuneec and modified for Intel® Aero. The ESC communication protocol on that UART interface has not been exposed. But we do expect to show how to control the LEDS located on those ESCs

 

 

Regards,

 

-Pablo
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