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Drone avionics system K++Pro

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As a new generation flagship flight control system, K++Pro integrates the advantages of the classic flight control K3A, and strengthens compatibility and multiple redundancy schemes to form a redundant redundant control system with superior performance, strong reliability and effective guarantee Work safety The flight accuracy of the route is increased by 25% The vertical control accuracy is increased by 20% The trajectory is more precise and the flight is smoother Double shock absorption structure design Responding to various complex vibration effects The aging of the frame can also fly stable Reduce the investment in after-sales maintenance Triple redundancy imu Dual redundant barometers Flying is safer The motor noise is three times smaller Save 5~15% electricity The flying sound is even smaller Industrial sensor configuration One time calibration No imu calibration for life Double the stability of attitude control More stable control Better wind resistance Dual CPU configuration More powerful processing functions Support up to 1000Hz ESC control Main control supports backup power interface More reliable power supply K++Pro comes with intelligent vibration analysis function, which can judge the vibration of the aircraft in real time. And the safety warning is displayed in the APP to help adjust the adaptability of all aspects of the fuselage device. Make flight operations more energy efficient and safer. K++Pro is equipped with three redundant IMU and dual redundant barometer sensors. Real-time monitoring of sensor data such as IMU through advanced diagnostic algorithms.
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