360° Propeller Guards – Phantom 4 Pro V2.0
If you’re no stranger to drones, you know that in order for the Propeller guard Phantom 4 Pro V2.0 to reach great heights and perform expert aerial manoeuvres, the propellers need to spin at a blindingly fast rate. For users looking for more peace of mind, easily mountable Propeller Guards protect people and objects nearby. Additionally, they can also come in handy for experienced drone users when flying in tight spaces or indoors.
Designed to protect people and objects from spinning propellers, these small and light Propeller Guard mount directly underneath the rotors to ensure flight safety.
- Small and light propeller protection for safer flight
- Easy to mount and detach
- Install Propeller Guards onto corresponding frame arms. DO NOT mix them to avoid effecting the Vision System.
- Propeller Guard × 4
- Weight (1 PC): 11.5 g
- Angle: 85°
- Radius: 138.5 mm
- Installation Circumference: 521 mm
- Phantom 4 Series
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (FAQs)
A: Prop guards are a great way to learn to fly your phantom as you are less likely to break a prop and it does not put the props into the ground if it topples on landing. However, they greatly reduce efficiency and mean that the phantom blows around in the wind a lot more.
A: The propeller guards make it much less likely this will happen to you or, more importantly, to an innocent bystander.
Enhanced Recovery – Your Phantom is less likely to get caught in a tree. The guard helps deflect the drone after a collision.
A: In order to avoid such damage, a propeller guard needs to be installed. Prop guards also protect marine animals who could lose their lives by colliding against the fast-moving propellers.
- Be sure to remove the warning stickers from the motor before attaching the propellers.
Mount the propellers with black propeller rings to the motor with black dots. Mount the propellers with the silver propeller rings to the motor without the black dots. Press the propeller down onto the mounting plate and rotate in the lock direction until it is secured in its position.
A: Press the propeller down into the motor mount and rotate in the unlock direction.