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Mavic Mini (A Look Inside)

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Hey thanks for that. Was wondering where the gps was located, for led placement. And or where to block for att mode.
 
Kind of a another observation the snap adapter is seriously close to the gps antenna. Also funny to see one apart and they are just out.
 
OK......

And what do I see where? Why do #1 and #3 look so different?

Are the "sensor holes" used for ventilation somehow or could they be used for LED placement?
 
Sorry about the double images. I only posted 4, however it’s a forum upload issue.
It tends to do that sometimes. No worries though. You all get the idea.
 
Looks like they worked hard to keep that weight down. That little sucker is packed.
 
is there any loctite on those prop screws?? without it I would think props will loosen and fall off
 
Hi! Many thanks for these pics! I wonder if there is a convenient way to tap off power leads to an external payload? I can see two pads labeled 3V6 and GND but are they solderable?
 
I wonder if there is a convenient way to tap off power leads to an external payload?
Might be worth checking the USB port for power delivery - at least on the Tello it can be used to power payload.....
 
Yes you can . I'm working on adding additional batteries now... I've even replaced the 2500mah 18650 cells with 3500mah 18650cells. However no flight time was increased because the batteries I used were only rated for 10amps not 20amps... Looks like the best we can do for 20amps is 3000mah. That will at least put us in the 30+min flight time mark. Then add 2 3000mah 18650s on top, tapped into these solder points and we should be good for 45min +
 

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Не могли бы вы показать фотографии микросхемы и компонентов передатчика в дроне и / или панели управления, чтобы его модель могла определить, будет ли он поддерживать высокую мощность или нет, и тот же диапазон 2,4 ГГц
 
Yes you can . I'm working on adding additional batteries now... I've even replaced the 2500mah 18650 cells with 3500mah 18650cells. However no flight time was increased because the batteries I used were only rated for 10amps not 20amps... Looks like the best we can do for 20amps is 3000mah. That will at least put us in the 30+min flight time mark. Then add 2 3000mah 18650s on top, tapped into these solder points and we should be good for 45min +
The 3.5A cells may be hi voltage cells (>=4.35V instead of 4.21). You must get a usually cells, with 4.21V per cell:
Sony / Murata Konion US18650VTC6 3000mAh - 30A
LG INR18650-HG2 3000mAh - 20A
I will wait the results of Your experiment. Thanks.
 
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