Installation Guide for Inspire One Basic Antenna Kit Written by Adam Chan (one of the fans of DJI Inspire 1 in Hong Kong) at 2015/4/21. my Facebook : Adam Chan (welcome for any sharing on i1 & aerial photography) The outcome of RC attached with Inspire 1 Basic Antenna Kit by FPVLR. Description : This kit is made up of 2 LHCP half sphere helix antennas, 9dBi gain, 76 degrees beam width. It also includes needed cables to modify the Inspire controller, and a 3d printed mount to support basic and advanced kit. - See more at: http://fpvlr.com/shop/index.php?route=product/product&product_id=130 Their Advanced kit is ready for sales , for long range set-up , Ease of aiming, 400% stock distance potential and much more penetration through trees, behind obstacles and more.- See more at : http://fpvlr.com/shop/index.php?route=product/product&product_id=131 Disclaimer: I am not associated with FPVLR in any way. I'm one of their user who love to sharing experience only. But thanks Tony FPVLR for teaching me the workflow of installation. Mission : Upgrade the antenna for DJI Inspire 1 transmitter. This is my Antenna package Step 1: - Unscrew and open the case Step 2: - Unplug and pull out the original cables (A&B) Before you can pull out the cables , you should : 1. Remove the screw , then unplug Cable A & B. 2. Snip the plastic flange then pull out Cable B. Remarks : 1. Pliers is useful for tiny works. 2. I kept the original cables for spare. Step 3: - Drill two holes for SMA connectors Step 4: - Route the new cables and plug under the board Insert the new cables gently , those cables are hard to fit under the electronics board so some screws need to be just unscrewed a bit to allow the board to move up a bit if necessary. I keep two of the original cables at the top. Updated on 2015/04/21 – Thanks for the sharing by Lloyd Coleman , this is the way he do: “To help thread the new cables under the boards I tied a piece of thin string (dental floss) to the end of the old cable before I pulled it out. I then tied the floss to the new cable and was able to pull it back under the board.” Step 5: - Restore & done ! Pay attention and double check the cables are not being folded when you close the case. Mission complete and test your drone ! I hope you enjoy this tutorial. Welcome to add my Facebook : Adam Chan for further discussion.
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