This is an optional upgrade and can bolt on directly to the current Av200 gimbals. The gimbal is also supplied with an adaptor plate for Droidworx multi-rotor frames.NZD$500.00 excl GST
The Photo Higher Emergency Ballistic Deployment Recovery system (BDRS) is the first commercially available emergency recovery system for rotary wing unmanned aircraft.NZD$0.00 excl GST
The Photo Higher Flying Fox is a compact cable cam system - it is a computer-controlled, stabilized, cable-suspended camera system. The system is stabilized with both mechanical and electrical gyros. The Flying Fox is powered with brushless motors.NZD$4100.00 excl GST
Currently under development. The Halo 3000 is Photo Higher's professional camera gimbal which can be used on autonomous unmanned aircraft such as multi-rotors as well as remote controlled helicopters. The Halo 3000 can also be used on jibs and cranes and other ground or mobile systems.NZD$14550.00 excl GST
New generation fully moulded modular carbon fibre multi-rotor frames designed for commercial and industrial applications. These are light weight frames which are designed for the most testing environments and conditions. These frames are super-light and very easy and quick to pack down.NZD$4100.00 excl GST
New generation fully moulded modular carbon fibre multi-rotor frames designed for commercial and industrial application. These are light weight frames which are designed for the most testing environments and conditions. These frames are super-light and very easy and quick to pack down.NZD$5200.00 excl GST
The new high-tech Skyline RSGS rock solid gimbal stabilisation gyro system from Photo Higher is an upgrade for your existing AV130 or AV200 to provide rock solid gimbal stabilisation. This is achieved by using state of the art ARM processors and advanced PID control.NZD$389.00 excl GST
The Skyline gyro has been primarily designed for the Av200 and the Av130 gimbals so the Skyline will work perfectly with either of these gimbals. There are no upgrades required to get the Skyline to work with the AV200 or AV130. Please note that if you are using any other aftermarket upgrade or powering the servos with more than 6volts – you MUST make sure that with the Skyline you power the system with either 4.8-6.5volts. If you use a BEC make sure it is a good quality BEC and that it has a clean power output.
The important thing is to make sure the camera is well balanced in the camera tray – this will make a big difference to the performance of the system especially when using heavy cameras like the Epic and Canon C300. The best way to do this is to remove the belt from the tilt servo so the camera tray can swing freely. Then attached your camera as close as you think to the center of gravity. Now see how well the camera is balanced. You can change the vertical hole position as well as the horizontal hole position until the camera is well balanced. This will make a lot of difference as the servo will be a lot smoother and it will have more holding power. We hope this helps.
The distribution board is actually just a wiring loom to take the battery power to each ESC. We make them ourselves with a dean’s connector for the battery, EC5 connectors for the ESC, 12AWG silicon wire and a whole lot of solder. You can make one yourself if you want as they are simple but time consuming.
There are a couple of You Tube videos showing some additional improvements which people have done to improve the responce of the servos. Both the AV130 and the AV200 are fitted with all the latest improvements including: - 3 turn potentiometer - 72 tooth servo roll gear The only improvement we do not agreee with is to supply the servo with a 2s 7.4 volt power supply. These servo work just as well with 6v. Secondly they are not rated to a 2s pack so we do not recoment doing this. If you are still having problems you should try our Skyline RSGS gyro stabilisation