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Discussion in 'Phantom 2 Vision + Discussion' started by msinger, Nov 7, 2014.
Can anyone explain what benefits the anti-static compass has over the original compass?
Static is electricity and as such magnetic fields will be created which can/may have an effect on the compass - so anti-static will be better.
cheaper plastic enclosure without the additional connector on the leg.
I like that it does not need to be taped to the landing gear. I'm guessing that's possible since the cable is a little more rigid.
No .. just like there is no clear explanation or data showing how the new ESCs or motors make the updated Phantom any better.
I suspect the original magnetometer, with it's metal exterior housing, was susceptible to ESD. This would/could cause damage to the magnetometer or other components via its connection.
Changes like this are sometimes a response to data collected from units returned from the field for repair.
The possibility that it also, or exclusively, reduces costs is a very real consideration too as all corporations continually strive to reduce fixed costs.
The following site does not include data, but it does list the benefits:
http://www.dronecamps.com/#!product/prd ... ---part-11
But, I agree. It would be nice if DJI took the time to share the gruesome details about their latest products.
Motors and ESCs are all math, knowing the stator size and kv gives you a good idea of how it's supposed to perform. Most of us need more direct, tangible evidence though I just got a set of 2312s and ESC V2s for my P2, and will be installing and testing them this weekend!
Awesome. I trust you'll post an uneccessarily wordy write up with lots of photos
It's cheaper than the old one