Stellar X1000 FAQ
Yes, you can set the battery level failsafe threshold via iOS, Android or PC interface.
You can have up to 2 failed motors as long as they are not both on the same arm, the Stellar will continue to fly normally with reduced lift.
Any type of RF modems of 900mHz with UART connection
Compatible with most popular radio brands such as JR, Jeti, Futaba, Spektrum, FlySky
15m/s in Roll and Pitch axis
4.2kg to 4.5kg depending on options. This weight does not include battery, gimbal or payload rack.
The default password is 0000
We recommend high quality 6s Lithium Polymer (LiPo) batteries with capacity ranging from 10,000mAh to 22,000mAh, and discharge rating of at least 15C.
30° on Roll and Pitch axis
Selectable between Manual, Attitude and GPS mode.
Land immediately, your battery level is reaching the warning threshold (set by you in the interface)
Check that you have correctly installed the flight controller and gps antenna. Check that you have specify the off-sets for the GPS antenna into the setup interface (PC, iOS or Android). Check that you have the latest firmware update for your flight controller.
Ensure that you have entered the magnetic deviation for you location into the flight controller via the setup interface. Also perform a magnetometer calibration.
Please adjust the “Altitude Gain”
Check that Bluetooth is turned to ON on your mobile device or use the PC interface to connect via USB
Up to 50 waypoints for JM-1 free of charges
Two battery trays
Yes, all Stellar come pre-installed with JM-1 autopilot and are fully flight tested at our factory.
Yes, RTL altitude can also be configured via iOS, Android or PC application.
Yes, you can use popular GCS software such as Mission Planner, QGroundControl, and UgCS